We are a large group of Constitutional Conservatives who meet every 2nd & 4th Wednesdays in Reno, providing a forum to educate and inform ourselves on legislation, candidates, political policies & trends locally and in our country. The only rule is that only one person speaks at a time. We are also activists who regularly write & call our legislators and speak out at the Legislature, City Council, County Commission & School Board meetings. Join us!
Friday, December 7, 2018
Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL)
November 28, 2018 SUMMARY King Buffet 3650 Kietzke 11:30-1:30 pm If you have questions or comments, please do NOT hit Reply. Kindly email me directly at email@example.com. Thank you.
MISSION STATEMENT: To provide a forum to educate and to inform about various current local, state and national political issues; to provide a forum for candidates running for office to inform and educate about their platform; to provide a forum for attendees to discuss and make informed decisions that promote the Conservative cause and citizen participation in government.
Conservative Talk Lunch SUMMARY November 28, 2018
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Daily & Weekly * Monday-Friday, 5:00-8:00 AM, 780 AM (KKOH) The Mitchell andMason Show, with Ross Mitchell and Dan Mason, also live-streamed at http://bit.ly/14EQcg. Battling Liberals daily. Call in lines are 775-852-8255 or 800-564-5564. * Monday-Friday, 8:00-9:00 AM, 780 AM (KKOH) Dan Mason Show. Also live-streamed at http://bit.ly/14EQcg. Battling Liberals daily. Call in lines are 775-852-8255 or 800-564-5564. * Monday-Friday, 8:30-9:00 AM, 1180 AM, Good Government Forum: Promoting Responsible Government, One Issue at a Time. Host: Mon Bertolucci: A Discussion On The Waste, Fraud, Abuse And Corruption Of The Government Extortion Racket. Listen Online: www.AmericaMatters.us * Every Wednesday, 4:00-5:45 PM, Scheels Meeting Room (Upstairs). Constitution Study Group, Contact D.J. Jones, firstname.lastname@example.org * Every Thursday, 10:00-11:00 am, Good Government Forum on 1180 AM, Promoting Responsible Government, One Issue at a Time. Host: Mon Bertolucci: A Discussion On The Waste, Fraud, Abuse And Corruption Of The Government Extortion Racket. Listen Online: www.AmericaMatters.us * Every Thursday, 2:00-3:00 pm, CEO Business Mind on 1180 AM with Joe Morabito. Re-broadcast over the weekend on 99.1 FM. Check local listings. Or follow Joe’s blog, ceobusinessmind.com. * Every Thursday, 3:30-5:30 PM, Current Events, where the discussion centers around news, headlines, politics. No subject is off limits. All participants are respectful of others and all are welcome. Del Webb Aspen Lodge, Questions? Contact Larry Newman, 775-322-5141.
Coming Soon * Sun, Dec 2, 1:30-4:00pm, Del Webb Aspen Lodge, Disaster Prep Group. Always informative, everyone is welcome. Questions, call Larry Newman, 775-322-5141. * Fri, Dec 7, Claim Jumper, Republican First Friday. Kids' underwear & sox drive to benefit Kids Kottage. Social gathering to meet and gather with Republican friends. Free appetizers, no-host bar. Questions? Call or text Paul Jackson, 775-219-5764. * Wed, Dec 12, 11:30-1:30, Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL), King Buffet. Call Carole Fineberg, 775-622-9811 with any questions or a desire to be on the agenda. $14 for optional buffet, beverage, tax & tip. * Wed, Dec 12, 5:30 pm, Sparks Nugget, Sparks Republican Women (SRW). Program: Newly elected Sparks Mayor Ron Smith. Contact Barb Hawn, 775-250-4296 or email@example.com for pricing and reservations - by Dec. 7. * Thur, Dec 13, 11:30 am, Atlantis, Republican Women of Reno (RWR)Christmas Party. Program: Kim Copel as LIzzie Borden, notorious alleged axe murderess of the 1890s + reviewing the election results. $25/members w/ reservations; $30/non-members w/reservations; $35/walk-ins; $15/first-time guests of members. RSVP to 866-806-5501 or rwreno.org. * Fri, Dec 14, 6:00-10:00 pm, Republican Men's Club Christmas Party, Atlantis, Paradise Ballroom. Music provided by McClain Promotions. $45/per person for dinner and dancing. RSVP by 12/13. RSVP at republicanmensclub.org or contact Ray Rocha, firstname.lastname@example.org, 775-240-1564. * Tue, Dec 18, 5:00-8:00 pm, Washoe Country Republican Assembly (WCRA) Christmas Party, KNPB Conference Room, 1670 N. Virginia St. Potluck and White Elephant Gift Exchange. Click HERE for details. * Tue, Jan 8, 6:00pm, KNPB Channel 5, 1670 N. Virginia, Washoe County Republican Assembly (WCRA) meeting. * Wed, Jan 9, 11:30-1:30, Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL), King Buffet. Call Carole Fineberg, 775-622-9811 with any questions or a desire to be on the agenda. $14 for optional buffet, beverage, tax & tip. * Wed, Jan 23, 11:30-1:30, Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL), King Buffet. Call Carole Fineberg, 775-622-9811 with any questions or a desire to be on the agenda. $14 for optional buffet, beverage, tax & tip. * Sat, Feb 23, Atlantis - LINCOLN DAY DINNER. Keynote Speaker: Sebastian Gorka, former Deputy Ass't to Pres Trump and Fox News Contributor. Varying pricing. Click HERE for the flyer and how to register.
Pledge of Allegiance Announcements: Join us for the first meeting of the Washoe Citizens Action Network(WashoeCAN). Speakers to include: *Jeanne Herman—Washoe County Commissioner, District 5 *Steve Wolgast--Former County Commissioner candidate and leader of Washoe Residents for Appropriate Plannng *Tammy Holt-Still—The “Voice of the Lemmon Valley residents” *Bill Johnson--Former County Commissioner candidate, life-long Reno resident and artist
Topic of conversation will be the current and future plans for the building and growth our county officials, and the developers, have in store for all areas of Washoe County as well as how these plans will affect our quality of life.
Tuesday, DECEMBER 11th, 6:00 PM at the Sparks Masonic Lodge, located at 2425 Pyramid Way
As noted, this the first meeting of the Washoe Citizens Action Network, we have chosen an issue which has an impact on all residents of the county. The goal of WashoeCAN is not only to educate and inform, but more importantly for us, the concerned citizens, to engage and effect change regarding the decisions that are being made by local and regional government. We will do this by:
1) Regularly convening the WashoeCAN team. 2) Targeting and researching issues. 3) Determining and planning a course of action regarding targeted issues. 4) Attending local legislative/governmental meetings. 5) Speaking and going on the record at such meetings.
The time is now to get involved and act to preserve our values and quality of life here in Washoe County. Without an active and engaged citizenry, our local government will simply continue on their path of unobstructed growth, dictates and regulations which affect us all. All are welcome, so please join us to begin the process of a much needed citizens’ check and balance on our local elected and unelected officials.
Brandon Camp WashoeCAN email@example.com
Mike Clark- Washoe County Assessor, one of the few bright spots in an otherwise dismal election day. Mike won by a mere 500 votes. Interesting statistic: there were 90K votes cast for County Assessor in 2014 and in 2018, there were 180K+, with the unions, casinos, builders, realtors against him. SJR14 was not even on his radar until he learned that State Senator Julia Ratti had bragged at a social gathering last February that because Mike Clark hadn't supported her SJR14 legislation, she had found a 'qualified' candidate to run against him. When Mike heard that from others, he started looking into SJR14 and start peeling back its many layers.
Vin Keenan - only about 10 days left before Congress recesses for the session. Please call your legislators, either locally or in DC, and urge them to fund the border wall in the Budget (or Continuing Resolution/CR) due Dec. 7.
Sample Statement: I support both the Border Security and Building the Wall. Please vote to provide enough funding to build the wall and for total border security! And while you're at it, let's get Yucca Mtn funded as well.
Background Information: There are a few weeks before the Democrats get control of the House of Representatives the one thing, they will not do is building a wall to limit Illegal Immigration. The end game is Citizenship to create more voters from more socialistic countries where the central government is in control.
Valerie White- suggested this website, which I don't like so much as it goes through Senate Conservatives and asks for a donation at the end. You don't have to make a donation, but I don't like even being asked and I'd rather have my call go directly to the legislator.
Lynn Chapman - has an interesting Education Reporter, with articles such as "An Unreliable College Botches Free Speech", "The Danger of Online (Or Any) Pre-Kindergarten Assessment" and "The Doctor/Music Connection and the Terrible Disregard for Music in Public Schools."
Lynn also has Freedom Calendars for sale - $5 (or less in quantities of 3 or more), which helps fund Janine Hansen and Lynn in Carson City during the Legislative Session.
For copies of this publication or Freedom Calendars, contact Lynn, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sue Kozak- Why is it calls for jury duty are declined with the reason "I'm not a legal citizen" and therefore cannot serve on a jury? Why are illegals being allowed to vote (jury pools are pulled from registered voters)? When the excuse for not serving on a jury comes back with "I'm illegal," can't that be reported to the Sec'y of State to remove them from the voter rolls?
Homeless/On the Street Folks- a long discussion about this topic ensued. Valerie White, who has some experience with the issue says only about 10% on the street want to be helped and to get back into society. The other 90% are either mentally ill or addicted to drugs. Reno's program to offer them shelter and a meal is only enabling them. There is no drug-testing or requirement to get off drugs or help them find a place to live or work.
The problem is perpetuated with some of the low-end jobs being taken by illegal immigrants. Gary Duartebrought up the "immigration gumballs" video which demonstrates all too clearly the big picture of immigration and poverty. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPjzfGChGlE
Gary also wanted us to include in the call to Heller, Amodei and the White House our urging to continue the study on Yucca Mtn. The study is only the next step in a long process to get Yucca opened. It just completes the safety review needed by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to move forward. So far, it's been just stale-mated.
Ken Koeppe- there are 7 states in which the policy of 'autonomy' exists. If a person on the streets insists he doesn't want to be taken in or helped, we must leave him alone. Valerie White suggests that we need to hit them where it hurts - take away their grocery carts (which really is stolen property) and if the business community would enforce that, we might get somewhere.
Next Meeting - Wednesday, December 12, 2018, same time, same place.