Turn up your volume. This is great! Also some good stories about piloting 747 airliners!
Mark Baird knocks it out of the park in the national radio interview on Caravan to Midnight. Thank you to Roy Mac for making this connection possible. Mark starts at 26.18. minutes.
By Stephen Frank
on Oct 09, 2014 08:06 PM
The good news is thanks to North Dakota drilling for oil, Californians will get a cut in the cost of gasoline. But, Sacramento, thanks to Arnold and our currently confused Guv Brown, is going to raise taxes on gasoline by 16-76 cents on January 1, 2015 “to save the planet”. While the rest of the […]
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North Dakota to Bring LOWER Gas Prices to Californians—Sacramento to RAISE Gas Taxes Up to 76 Cents on January 1, 2015
Full of Special Interest PORK!
Prop 1 is about taking $14.5+ billion ($7.12B+interest) dollars from California taxpayers and handing it over to self-appointed land grabbing, pet project creating “agencies” and “special interest groups” in the name of radical environmentalism and administrative fees; in the name of “protecting” and “restoring” wetlands (aka land grabs), “removing fish barriers” (aka dam removals), creating biking trails, hiking trails (aka land grabs) and funding for “multi-party settlement agreements” like Klamath River Dams REMOVAL and Yosemite River Restoration to REMOVE the ice skating rink, tennis courts, raft, bike and horse rental (things that have nothing to do with Merced River “restoration).
ARE WE GOING TO HAVE TO PASS PROP 1 TO FIND OUT WHAT’S IN IT; just as we did with Obamacare?
Couple the new groundwater legislation JUST passed with the potential passing of Prop 1 … the THEFT of our land and water at historic level continues. Is it any wonder that California’s economic status in the world continues to decline? Is it any wonder our children will suffer the consequences for years to come past our lifetime?
It is NO MYSTERY why California continues to lose its status as THE breadbasket of the world and the economies that come with. Imagine the lives California has changed throughout the world and throughout California’s history because our Ag Industry was strong and vibrant with small, responsible, generational farming and ranching families.
Because of big legislation and unknowing voters we are selling out our small farming and ranching communities like water through a fire hose. How can our small farming and ranching communities possibly compete with BIG AG that can afford to pay the sky rocketing fees for the water and land that has been STOLEN from The People???
As we allow the majority of politicians on both the Left and the Right (with their BIG AG & BIG ENVIRO lobbyist buddies) act like KINGS drunk on riches of POWER and GREED, our quality of life drips away like water through a sieve and we WILL become their paupers.
ARE we a democracy? The only difference between a democracy and a kingdom is HOW MANY DICTATORS WE ALLOW TO RULE OVER US!!
California…our Liberty and Freedom and QUALITY OF LIFE ARE ON NOTICE!!!
From Debbie Bacigalupi
Here’s what happened yesterday, Oct. 14, 2014) in Plumas County. It was scheduled as a Presentation item only, so we were not expecting a vote. Mark was given an hour to present his case, which he did in a way that only Mark can do! It was interesting watching the faces of several of the board turn from disinterest to curiosity to engagement as they all scribbled down notes.
The Chairman, Jon Kennedy, (who is leaving in January) was determined NOT to be convinced no matter what. The others were more open and willing to engage in the prospects. Putting it on the ballot was discussed, but that would push it far into the future.
We were invited back in January, (after the new Board members are seated) for another discussion. The people of Plumas county (as well as supporters from Butte, Tehama, Yuba, Sierra, Placer and Glenn) packed the room-so many that they couldn’t all fit and they had to stand out in the hall! Thank you all for your support!
Now, the people of Plumas county need to educate and inform the rest of the county about the State of Jefferson for when we return in January.
– From Terry and Sally Rapoza
It was an Awesome Meeting and Presentation
By Mark Baird on Oct. 14, 2014 to the Plumas Co. Board of Supervisors
Now send your emails to all the Plumas County Supervisors encouraging them to vote and sign the Declaration.
Jefferson Statehood Project
People within the California rural counties are joining to form free State.
Free people – Free Markets – Limited Government
Representation for the peoples of rural California.
The 2 X’s in the Jefferson Seal represent the people being double-crossed by Sacramento.
If you support the State of Jefferson Project lets tell the supervisor that represent your district by sending an Email requesting that they vote to support the Declaration to withdraw from the State of California.
Make your voices heard. Select your representative from the list below. Click on the Email address below and send them an Email. Or send them all one!
Plumas County Supervisors
• Terry Swofford, Supervisor District One Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Kevin Goss, Supervisor District Two Email: email@example.com
• Sherrie Thrall, Supervisor District Three Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Lori Simpson, Supervisor District Four Email: email@example.com
• Jon Kennedy, Supervisor District Five Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent by Larry Larson
JUST NO LONGER SILENT
In GOD we still trust all others we question
Presentation to Supervisors
Presentation regarding the Declaration to withdraw from the State of California will be given the to Plumas County Supervisors on
OCTOBER 14, 2014
at 1 pm
PLUMAS COUNTY COURTHOUSE
520 Main St. # 309
Mark Baird will be doing a presentation to the Plumas County Board of Supervisor on the State of Jefferson and visit the following website:
Bring your neighbors and friends and lets pack the Board Room
PS: Don’t forget that Board meetings are live streamed so people who can’t make it to Quincy can watch on their computer.
By Stephen Frank
on Oct 10, 2014 08:48 PM
There are two ways to get oil drilled from the well head, to the refineries in Kern County. One is by pipeline. We know the Keystone pipeline is not being built and others are in court or State legislatures—not being built. The other way is by rail. There are hearings and lawsuits in Northern California […]
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Invite your friends to the Town Hall
109 S. School Street
6 to 8 p.m.
Keynote speaker: Mark Baird
MC: Terry Rapoza