Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL)

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Pledge of Allegiance
Announcements:

1) Oppose SJR5 Annual Sessions: HEARING Wednesday, 3/28, 4 pm – people needed!!!

2) Oppose AB281 making NV a sanctuary state. HEARING Friday, 3/29, 8 am- people needed!!!  SHARE YOUR OPINION https://www.leg.state.nv.us/App/Opinions/80th2019/

3) Republican Men’s Club (RMC). Program: Sheriff Darin Balaam, Tue, April 16, 11:00 am doors open, Atlantis. $25/members; $30/non-members; $18/first
timers; $8/students. RSVP: republicanmensclub.org.

4) Vince Ames – Caughlin Ranch community is collecting old, dirty, damaged American flags at their clubhouse. If you know of a Scout who is aspiring to be an Eagle Scout, this would be a good program for that young Scout to adopt to properly dispose of via any of the VFW posts or the Flag Store in
Sparks. Email Vince – vincentames@yahoo.com.

Discussion:
Vin Keenan – Support letters to Trump, congratulating him on being exonerated on the false collusion accusations. Let him know you no longer trust the FBI or the DOJ and urge the appointment of a special prosecutor(s) to investigate the Clintons, the DNC, or even Mueller and his team for covering up the misuse of surveillance, and criminal misconduct by all. Click HERE:

Bari Caine – Book review of what looks like a children’s book, “Donald Drains the Swamp”. This will likely not be found at Barnes & Noble, but at the locally owned independent, Grassroots Books at 660 E. Grove (just east of Kietzke), 775-828-2665. I was just there today after CTL and purchased the next to the last copy of this book. There is a “New Book” sticker on it which reduces the price by 20%, from $19.99 to $15.99 + tax ($17.31). I advised them to re-order. Thank you, Bari, for bringing this charmingly illustrated book (from Donald the Caveman series) to our attention.

Tim Stoffel & John Potash – There is a new bill afoot trying to outlaw large and exotic animals, making it difficult for even zoos to have them around. AB479 doesn’t yet have a hearing date or time, but it’s coming. This is the 5th legislative session that has tried to implement this. The 4 previous attempts have failed, but this is a pretty strong Dem Legislature. Click HERE for more info. Share your opinion: https://www.leg.state.nv.us/App/Opinions/80th2019/

Nathan Humphrey – with the National Right to Work Committee (https://nrtwc.org) is in NV with 3 others, two of whom are at the Legislature daily and 2 others are in communities, talking to the people (that’s us!). There are a whole slew of bills currently coming down the pike in NV, that I found on the NRTWC website, https://nrtwc.org/legislation:

AB103 – Under current law, employees may be provided leave to do union work if the union pays the employer
AB108 – This bill would force employees to sit through a “union orientation” as part of the hiring process.
AB190 – This bill would repeal Nevada’s ban on Project Labor Agreements, permitting state agencies to require their use, forcing contractors and
subcontracts into a bargaining agreement with a labor organization.
AB355 – This bill would impose the requirements on grocery employers to maintain former staff for 90 days following a transfer of ownership, but would
exempt workers under collective bargaining contracts, giving them a competitive advantage.
SB135 – This bill would force state employees to accept so-called “representation” of union officials as their exclusive agent in employment
matters.
SB153 – This bill would force Nevada school, supervisory employees, to accept the so-called “representation” of union officials as their exclusive agent in
employment matters, as well as magnifying government union bosses’ monopoly bargaining power by enforcing expired collective bargaining agreements into perpetuity until a replacement agreement is adopted.
SB158 – This bill would force police and firefighters in paramilitary command positions to accept so-called “representation” of union officials as their
exclusive agent in employment matters.
SB231 – This bill would repeal Nevada’s ban on Project Labor Agreements, permitting state agencies to require their use, forcing contractors and
subcontracts into a bargaining agreement with a labor organization.
SB312 – This bill would mandate that private employers provide employees with paid sick leave at a rate of at least one hour of leave for every 30 hours worked, but would allow employers under a collective bargaining agreement to hold to a lesser standard of only 24 hours of sick leave a year, giving them a competitive advantage.
SB406 – This bill would impose new restrictions or requirements on employers, but would exempt workers under collective bargaining contracts, giving them a competitive advantage.
SB459 – This bill would impose new restrictions or requirements on employers, but would exempt workers under collective bargaining contracts, giving them a competitive advantage.

SHARE YOUR OPINION https://www.leg.state.nv.us/App/Opinions/80th2019/

Arvid Pasto – Climate Change/Global Warming is Political (not Physical) Science. This was such a great presentation that I can’t do it justice without
linking to the entire PowerPoint presentation HERE: [This is apparently too large a file for this format, as uploading failed several times. If you want this
PowerPoint file, please email me, simi4relo@gmail.com, and I will email it back to you.]

And the script that accompanies it HERE:

Pat Kroll – Returned recently from C-PAC, where Mike Spence spoke at the Friday session and Donald Trump at the Saturday session rocked the
room. This was in DC, with another C-PAC event at Pepperdine University in southern CA, televised via closed-circuit to DC. Pat was thrilled and proud to
report that 50% of the attendees were age 24 or younger!

Next Meeting – Wednesday, April 10, same time, same place. MARIA DAVIS will be conducting the meeting, so kindly let her know you desire to speak,
hopefully ahead of time, but certainly on the day of, but prior to the meeting. I will be sending out the meeting notice as usual, but there will likely not be an
Agenda or a Summary. Please extend to Maria every courtesy.

Maria Davis
mcdtranslations@yahoo.com
775-225-8402

Next Meeting after April 10 – Wednesday, April 24, when we will have a special speaker: Peter Shaw, retired from the Idaho National Laboratories,
speaking on Yucca Mtn, its feasibility, its safety, it’s future. I’d like a full room to welcome Peter on this date! Click HERE for the flyer.

As always, if you want to reach me, please do NOT reply to this email, as I don’t get to Outlook very often. Instead, my preferred address is simi4relo@gmail.com, which is checked every day, several times a day.

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