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Browsing the blog archivesfor the day Tuesday, May 9th, 2017.

News from Yreka Tea Party Patriots


Hi Everyone…

The tea party learned at one of our previous meetings that about one in 10 children will be sexually abused before their 18th birthday!! 

Come to Tuesday’s meeting

Learn What You Can do to Stop Child Sexual Abuse!!

Yreka Tea Party Patriots

Meeting for Tuesday, May 9th

6:30 PM at the Covenant Chapel Church

200 Greenhorn Rd.   Yreka


Carla Charraga

Deputy Director Siskiyou Domestic Violence & Crisis Center

  • Nearly 70% of all reported sexual assaults (including adults on adults) occur to children aged 17 and under.

  • This year there will be about 400,000 babies born in the U.S. that will become victims of child sexual abuse.

                Everyone attending will receive a  workbook and a certificate

Free….no membership.  Doors open at 6PM, come early to socialize with like minded people.

 Contact Louise @ 530-842-5443

 Action Alert

Important CA legislation that will affect your Medicare 

Just in case you were not aware of CA SB 562  called “Healthy California ACT, (Universal Health Care, One party payer) See attached bill.

This bill affects every ones health care/insurance in CA even Medicare!! Please, especially note the part about not being able to use any provider outside of CA.  Guess we will all have to go to Redding if we need to see a specialist.  This is Obama care on steroids!!

This bill will cover everyone who resides in CA!!!! 

Currently the bill is in appropriations after passing in the Senate Health Committee on 4/17/2017.  According to Senator Gaines’ office, it has until May 26th to make it to the Senate for a vote or it dies.

Please see the following information I received from Dave Meurer from Senator Gaines’ office regarding the status of this bill:  “Assembly members Bonta and Gomez  are Principal Coauthors of SB 562.  So there are already Assembly members in support of the bill.  If it passes the Senate, it would then be referred to the Assembly for their consideration.  It does not look like the Assembly is already moving on its own single payer bill.”

Senator Gaines and Assemblyman Dahle are against this bill as well as the other Republican legislators.   Dave Meurer recommended that we send emails, faxes and make calls to Governor Brown asking him to veto the bill.  If you have friends and family in other parts of the State ask them to do the same.

 I see more and more of our liberties going down the toilet every day.  “Citizens for Fair Representation” is the only action we have left to save our liberties in California as our representatives are irrelevant and impotent because they are so out numbered.

 Please  forward this information on to your democrat friends and family as they may not be happy with Medicare being included in this bill. Maybe they can pressure their Dem representatives to stop this bill in Appropriations.

Yet another reason to Make SOJ51 happen.  Donate to the legal fund ….as if your life depends on it……SOJ51.org

To contact Gov. Brown…916-445-2841  www.gov.ca.gov  fax:916-558-3160

Jefferson Update

 Big Jefferson Rally in Sacramento

Wednesday, May 31st.

We are securing a bus which can seat 55 people….the cost will be approx. $35  The bus can pick us all up in Yreka…if interested,let Louise (842-5443)  know asap. Detail will come later.  Don’t miss out in this fun historical event.


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Some Northern California Residents File Suit Against State Gov’t, Say They’re Not Fairly Represented


FOX 40 News

Andy White and his dad drove down to the state Capitol from far Sierra County on Monday to talk to their state senator. Instead, they met an aid.

The men are not surprised. They say they get that a lot — no response to phone calls or emails.

“We’ve sent quite a few, and we’ve come to the point where we had to file a lawsuit against the state of California,” said Sierra County resident Andy White.

Along with Californians from 21 other northern, rural counties, the men have sued claiming they are not fairly represented in the state’s government. Eleven of those counties are represented by one senator. Los Angeles County alone is represented by 11 senators.

“The legislation being passed down here, it’s run amok. It’s run amok. It’s a one-sided deal,” White said.

But what these men really want isn’t better representation in the state of California, they want to leave California and form a new state — the state of Jefferson.

“Okay, well, the state of Jefferson is very simple. California is too big to be governed. It’s just too big,” White said.

New gas taxes, new cigarette taxes, transgender bathroom law — these separatists say what may be a good idea for metropolitan California, doesn’t work in the northern counties. So they want to form their own state, and the lawsuit is likely part of their strategy.

“We want to add a star to the flag,” White said.

And if they can get the courts to agree that they are under represented now… the idea of the state of Jefferson will get that much closer to the main stream.

Some Northern California Residents File Suit Against State Gov’t, Say They’re Not Fairly Represented

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President Kamala Harris? She’s making the first moves

Elections, Politicians & agencies

PNP comment: If this happens, rural America will have an even tougher go! — Editor Liz Bowen

Sac Bee.com

May 9, 2017

Now’s the time prospective presidential candidates start taking the subtle but crucial behind-the-scenes steps that get them noticed by the political intelligentsia, and Sen. Kamala Harris is quietly following the script.

She’s making speeches to key national constituencies. She’s due for an appearance at a Washington think-tank panel full of chattering-class presidential favorites that the national media will be reporting and analyzing, probably for days. She’s been fundraising for colleagues and making sure that she is forming relationships with key national reporters.

They’re all boxes that prospective presidential candidates routinely check. It’s a chance to ultimately convince insiders they’ve got the gravitas and the fundraising chops to be taken seriously. The California Democrat, sworn into office four months ago, insists she’s not thinking about a run for president. Her inner circle forcefully tries to tamp down 2020 speculation – after all, there is no upside to being seen as a new senator focused more on national political ambition than on California.

But the speculation is not going away, not with the absence of a clear Democratic presidential frontrunner and the party desperately in search and in need of a new generation of leadership.

“A lot of activists in the party would love to see a new leader step forward,” said Roger Hickey,” co-director of the progressive strategy group Campaign for America’s Future.

Harris is being closely watched.

“Looking forward to see how she performs as a senator, I think that the sky is the limit for her,” said Jaime Harrison, associate chairman and counselor of the Democratic National Committee.

So far, Harris has leaped into the political spotlight with a resume that screams potential presidential material. She’s 52, a generation younger than better-known favorites such as Sens. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts or former Vice President Joe Biden.

“From everything I’ve seen of her she’d be an attractive candidate, she could be a compelling candidate, and I think she’d have a lot of appeal for primary voters,” said Bob Shrum, a senior adviser to the presidential campaigns of Al Gore and John Kerry.

A strong block of liberal Democrats, though, would eagerly embrace another Sanders run. And Shrum said Democrats would rally around a Biden presidential candidacy but, if the 74-year-old Biden doesn’t run, and he has said that he will not, “there’s a deep desire in the Democratic Party to move on to a new generation.”

What every new presidential hopeful needs is an early defining moment.

President Barack Obama’s was his 2004 keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention. Harris’ was her energetic performance in a prominent speaking role at the Women’s March on Washington, a rally that attracted worldwide attention and had an estimated crowd of a half a million people. She instantly became a favorite of liberals, and followed that with remarks at an immigration rally at the White House and a podcast with former top Obama adviser David Axlerod, the architect of Obama’s out-of-nowhere 2008 campaign.

Harris’ rollout accelerates this month. She was the keynote speaker at last week’s National Democratic Institute’s Madeleine Albright luncheon, a prominent Washington event hosted by the nonprofit, nonpartisan group. She’ll give the May 13 commencement speech at Howard University in Washington, her alma mater.

Days later she’ll join a host of others floated as presidential wannabes, including Warren, Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey, Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York in a speaking role at the Ideas Conference, a Washington gathering seen as the liberal equivalent of the Conservative Public Action Conference, a traditional testing ground of GOP presidential hopefuls.

Harris is building relationships in the party. She’s done fundraising emails for fellow senators Warren, Gillibrand and Sherrod Brown of Ohio.

It’s the sort of quiet bridge-building that ultimately paid off for Obama, Jimmy Carter, George W. Bush and many others years before they were elected.

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Siskiyou Sheriff’s Sergeant & Deputy Recover Stolen Trailer & Modular Home Valued at $38,000

Sheriff Jon Lopey, Siskiyou Sheriff's report

May 8, 2017


On May 6th and 7th, 2017 the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) investigated a possible stolen trailer and modular home that was allegedly located in vicinity of Dangel Lane and Quartz Valley Road in the unincorporated area of Scott Valley.  The vehicle and modular home were located and it was determined the trailer and modular home were stolen from Red Bluff, CA on May 5, 2017.  On May 7, 2017, a deputy and sergeant responded to recover and investigate the theft of the modular home, valued at $38,000.00.  The trailer and modular home were located in a driveway in the 12000 block of Dangel Lane in vicinity of Quartz Valley Road.  While the SCSO Deputy and Sergeant were investigating the theft, which was previously confirmed by running the vehicle identification number, a suspect was identified.  Mr. Chance T. Henson, 41, of Fort Jones was found to have a vehicle matching the description of the pick-up observed towing the stolen trailer and modular home from the Red Bluff location to Scott Valley.  Additional evidence was also secured at two locations.  The suspect’s explanation for how he acquired the trailer and modular home, which he claimed he purchased from another party, could not be reasonably substantiated.  During the investigation, a small quantity of heroin and paraphernalia were also located.

Mr. Henson was arrested for possession of stolen property, vehicle theft, possession of a controlled substance (heroin), and possession of drug paraphernalia (hypodermic and syringe).  He was transported to and booked at the Siskiyou County Jail in Yreka.  According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “We are fortunate this vehicle trailer and modular home, valued at $38,000.00, were recovered.  We are also thankful a suspicious citizen reported their initial observations, which led to the investigation and recovery of the valuable property and arrest of a suspect for serious auto-theft, possession of stolen property, and drug offenses.  Anyone with any information about this incident is urged to contact the SCSO’s 24-hour Dispatch Center at (530) 841-2900.”


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