Special Meeting: #1 New York Times Best Selling Author Larry Schweikart



To give you an idea of Larry's work, here's a clip from his interview on CSPAN
about his best book,  "A Patriot's History of the United States."

video

Thursday, March 16, 2017
Rush Park Auditorium - 3001 Blume Drive, Los Alamitos, CA

Our Special Guest:  

Best-Selling Author John L. Hancock!




Our special guest in March will be John Hancock (the living one), an author of two fine books about history.  One, “Liberty & Prosperity,” resulted in his being invited to London to meet some of the members of Parliament to discuss his work on Saxon history.

John has started a new series of talks that are designed to be given in pubs and ale houses, copying the events of early America when traveling experts would give presentations in various cities; hence the name “Liberty Untapped”  The pubs would give the speaker space and time if the attendees drank the house beer.  It was how our forefathers learned more about government, food storage, farming improvements and other important matters of the day.  So far, this system has been successful in California – and is growing!


Thursday’s subject will concern how some political groups wage a “Distortion of History,” a process designed to manipulate the thinking of our youngest citizens.  It is an informative talk, and important!
405/605 Patriots Present:
Let's Celebrate and Get Moving!
February 16th. 2017 - 7:00pm
Rush Park Auditorium, 3001 Blume Dr. Los Alamitos. (Rossmoor)




For our February meeting we are proud to have Susan Shelley as our keynote speaker.  She is an expert on Southern California politics and is one of the leading conservative columnists in California. She is a member of the editorial board of the Southern California News Group, eleven daily newspapers including the Los Angeles Daily News and the Orange County Register.

She was previously a candidate for the California Assembly, startling the political establishment by nearly winning a longshot special election after campaigning on economically conservative ideas in a liberal district.

Susan is the author of “How the First Amendment Came to Protect Topless Dancing,” a history of landmark Supreme Court decisions that changed the Constitution and the country. A collection of her columns on the 2016 presidential election, "How Trump Won," has just been published.

2016 Election Recommendations





President
Donald J. Trump
Congress 47th.
Andy Whallon
72 Assembly district
Travis Allen
65 Assembly district
Young Kim

Proposition 51
Yes would be in favor.
ü  NO against issuing Bonds.
There is no Local control!

Proposition 52
               Yes would be in favor.
ü  NO not in favor of handing out
Our funds with no strings attached.

Proposition 53
ü  YES is a vote to give power to the Voters
No vote is to let Politicians spend our money without our input.

Proposition 54
ü  YES vote is to let us see what the crooked politicians are voting on.
No vote is to let the Legislators vote on bills without us reading them first.

Proposition 55
Yes vote extends a tax that was supposed to be temporary.
ü  NO Vote lets the Tax expire like the crooked politicians promised.

Proposition 56
Yes vote increases cigarette taxes by $2.00 per pack. $20.00 per carton of ten.
ü  NO vote leaves the tax the same and keeps the fat Bureaucrats away from our money.

Proposition 57
Yes vote supports releasing criminals out of jail early. Enough of this nonsense.
ü  NO vote keeps our laws strong and keeps our streets safe.

Proposition 58
               Yes vote repeals English in our schools.
ü  NO keeps English in our Schools.
               Does Tower of Babel mean anything to you?

Proposition 59
Yes vote is in favor of overturning a Supreme Court decision.
ü  NO Vote is to vote against overturning Citizen united v. Federal Election Commission.


Proposition 60
            Yes vote is to require the use of condoms.
ü  NO Vote keeps the government out of every aspect of our lives.

Proposition 61
Yes vote regulates drug prices for state agencies.
ü  NO Vote keeps the government out of regulating drug prices.

Proposition 62
      Yes vote repeals the death penalty.
ü  NO vote is against repealing death penalty.
See prop. 66!!

Proposition 63
Yes vote is to degrade your 2nd amendment rights.
ü  NO Vote keeps the Government away from our 2nd. Amendment rights.

       Proposition 64
            Yes vote is to legalize Marijuana.
ü  NO vote is against legalizing Marijuana.

Proposition 65
Yes vote redirects money that the markets charge for bags to environmental causes.
Establishes new Bureaucracy.
ü  NO vote keeps the law the same, but why let them charge us for bags? See Prop 67!!

Proposition 66
ü  YES vote makes the Penalty more efficient and less expensive and more humane.
No vote keeps the law the same which drags out for decades.

Proposition 67
Yes vote keeps the law as is and you will not be able to use plastic bags.
ü  NO Vote overturns SB 270 and we can have our plastic bags back. The markets will not be charging for bags.

October - Katy Grimes - A REAL Journalist From Sacramento


For months we have been trying to match schedules with Katy Grimes, a fact-driven investigative reporter from Sacramento.  We finally have her on October 18.  She will talk about the last bills making it out of Sacramento and field questions.  

This should be informative and fun!


As Senior Correspondent for the Flash Report, Katy covers the California Legislature and state agency politics from the State Capitol.


For the last 10 years, Katy has worked as an investigative journalist, political columnist and news reporter for The Sacramento Union, the Pacific Research Institute’s CalWatchdog Journalism Center, and The Flash Report.

Katy currently writes for Canada Free Press, Legal Insurrection and Reagan Baby. She has been published in the Orange County Register, the Flash Report, Cal News, California Political News and Views, Fox and Hounds, Human Events, and Watchdog.org. She was a regular columnist for The Sacramento Union, and has written for the Washington Examiner, the San Francisco Examiner, the Sacramento Bee, Fox News, and the Business Journal.