Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL) – July 27, 2022 – SUMMARY

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Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL)

Wed, July 27, 2022


King Buffet, 3650 Kietzke

Daily & Weekly

          *    Monday-Friday, 5:00-8:00 AM, 780 AM (KKOH) The Mitchell Show, with Ross Mitchell and Ryan, also live-streamed at  HTTP://BIT.LY/14EQCG. Battling Liberals daily.  Call in lines are 775-852-8255 or 800-564-5564.

           *    Monday-Friday, 3:00-5:00 PM, 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, Monica Jaye Show. Online podcast on, available 24/7.

          *    Tuesday, 12:00noon, Scheels Conference Room (upstairs), In-Person Constitution Study Group, led by Richard “Dick” Westrup, 775-747-1238 or

           *    Wednesday, 4:00pm, Constitution Study Group. Virtually, for now. Contact Bruce Parks for the link, 1NEVADAPATRIOT@GMAIL.COM.

           *    Every Thursday, 2:00-3:00 pm, CEO Business Mind on WWW.TALKZONE.COM, which can be accessed online anytime.

Coming Soon

  • Fri, July 29, 6:30-8:00pm, Lakeridge Association Park, 6287 Sunrise Meadows Loop, Meet & GreetEddie Lorton for Mayor. Desserts, refreshments, enlightening information. Outrdoors, so bring a lawn chair and a jacket. RSVP to Arline Bliss, 775-287-4414.
  •       Sat, July 30, 5:30-8:30pm, Glenda Gilmore’s home, 9673 Glen Ridge Dr, Washoe Republican Women(WRW) Annual Boots & BBQ. Meet candidates, food and libations, music, silent auction. $75 before 7/22′ $85 after. RSVP to Liz Lord, or 925-586-2149.
  • Wed, Aug 10, 11:00am doors open; meeting 11:30-1:00pm, King Buffet, 3650 Kietzke, Conservative Talk Lunch(CTL). $21 for full buffet, beverage, tax and gratuity. To be on the agenda, please contact Carole Fineberg, or 775-622-9811.
  •       Thur, Aug 11, 11:00am doors open, Atlantis, Republican Women of Reno(RWR). Program: State Party Chair Michael McDonald and local campaign guru Aaron Park discussing analysis of the Primary and the path to victory in November. $30/members; $35/non-members; $20/first-timers, all with reservations by Aug 4. Details and to reserve your spot,
  •       Sun, Aug 14, 5-7pm, at a private home, location TBA, fundraiser forSigal Chattah for Atty General.
  •       Mon, Aug 15, Two-step fundraiser for Ricci Rodriguez Elkins for Assembly 30: 5:30-9:00pm, Dinner at Sparks Water Bar, 325 Harbour Cove #101 ( Then, 7:00-9:00pm after-dinner at Engine 8 Urban Winery, 1260 C St (aka Avenue of the Oaks) with live music by Country singer Trey Taylor and dessert wine. Super Supporter $1150/pp or $1500/couple. Supporter $250/pp or $350/couple or call with any questions, Ricci, 775-240-5143. RSVP by Aug 1,
  • Wed, Aug 17, 11:00am social; 11:30-1:00pm luncheon meeting, Atlantis, Washoe Republican Women(WRW). Program: Congressman Mark Amodei. $35/members; $40/non-members; $45/walk-ins. Reservations by 4pm, 8/12, to Kim Bacchus, Mail checks to WRW, 3495 Lakeside #84, Reno, NV 89509 or by credit card at
  • Sat, Aug 20, 5pm networking; 6pm dinner, private home, Nevada Sunset Wine Dinner. Sponsored by the Mt Rose Republican Women(MRRW). Join old and new friends for a 5-course Italian meal with wine pairings. Mingle with Republican candidates. Silent auction. Fine wines from Nevada Sunset Winery. $100 – 5pm admittance. VIP table for 8 – $1200 for early admittance and candidate networking at 4:30pm. Prepay online: or mail check to MRRW, P.O. Box 18446, Reno 89511
  • Wed, Aug 24, 11:00am doors open; meeting 11:30-1:00pm, King Buffet, 3650 Kietzke, Conservative Talk Lunch(CTL). $21 for full buffet, beverage, tax and gratuity. To be on the agenda, please contact Carole Fineberg, or 775-622-9811.
  •      Sat, Aug 27, 6:00pm, private home in Verdi, Party in the Pines Fundraiser for the Washoe County Republican Party. Beautiful venue, lakefront property with 2-1/2 acres. Drinks, dinner, dancing, live music, silent auction. $75 in advance; $100 at the door.


NY Post has issued a PSA for readers to prepare for a nuclear attack. Lengthy article about how to prepare, what to pack in your “Go” bag, what exit plan to have, etc. Hmmm, seems odd, but maybe they know something we don’t???

Ricci Rodriguez-Elkins – Running for Assembly District 30. Two-step fundraiser for Ricci Rodriguez-Elkins for Assembly 30: 5:30-9:00pm, Dinner at Sparks Water Bar, 325 Harbour Cove #101 ( Then, 7:00-9:00pm after-dinner at Engine 8 Urban Winery, 1260 C St (aka Avenue of the Oaks) with live music by Country singer Trey Taylor and dessert wine. Super Supporter $1150/pp or $1500/couple. Supporter $250/pp or $350/couple or call with any questions, Ricci, 775-240-5143. RSVP by Aug 1, (see above in the Coming Soon section)

Valerie Fiannaca – announcing a fundraiser for the Washoe GOP, private home in Verdi, 2-1/2 acres, lakefront access, live music, dancing, silent auction. Aug 27, 6pm, $75 prepaid, $100 at the door. Drinks and dinner included, all hosted by a fellow patriot who loves this country and wants to see Washoe and Nevada red again.  RSVP: (see above in the Coming Soon section)

Nicol Herris –

1) Fundraiser for Sigal Chattah for Atty General. Sigal has come under serious, unwarranted fire from the opposition and needs our support. 5-7pm, Sun, Aug 14, location TBD. Kathy Doyle is taking reservations. (see above in the Coming Soon section)

2) Republican Women of Reno is having Michael McDonald and Aaron Park at the next meeting, Aug 11 at the Atlantis. (see above in the Coming Soon section)

3) There is an active group of people who call themselves Republicans who are supporting Democrat incumbents and candidates. Someone in the audience today said those Republicans should be censured for their actions and not allowed to participate in any Republican activities. This is the ugly war we find ourselves in now.

Donald Fossum –

Dr. Simone Gold, one of the founders of Front Line Doctors, is spending 2 months in prison for her Jan 6, 2021 activity. On Jan 6, she was standing on public land, with police protection on both sides as she was preparing to speak to the crowd. Now they are calling her action “trespassing” and she’s going to prison for 2 months for standing on public property. The legal team for Front Line Doctors includes Joey Gilbert and he is fighting like crazy for her rights.

Gary Duarte –

On TV now are commercials for NuScale Power (sponsored by Idaho Labs) showing Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) that will have enough energy for 25K homes.


Mike Clark – candidate for County Commission 2, where won the Republican Primary. Sour grapes opponents are jumping to the opposite team. Wendy Leonard speaking out against Jeanne Herman and others. Need to get Denise Myer elected and Mike needs help as well. The opposition is bringing the long guns and attacking every Republican running, or in the case of the School Board, everyone running against an incumbent.

Nicholas St. Jon – When we go to County Commission and School Board meetings, we’ve been stone-walled. Insanity is defined as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Ditch the Insanity!  How do we hold our elected officials (servants) accountable? Two-pronged approach:

1)  Grand Jury (GJ) – puts We the People back in charge. GJ is currently empaneled and has been since May, 2022 and would do the investigation. Nicholas knows how to go to a scheduled meeting and introduce a case for the GJ.

2)  County Commissioners and School Board Trustees are bonded. The County will pay the bond for each elected. But Nicholas will go after the bond.

Alphonso Faggiolo and Steve Emerson have done many criminal complaints and Nicholas has consulted with them or is working with them. Statute of Limitations is still active.

Criminal complaints have already been filed for being forced to go through a metal detector at Commission meetings.

Each person can decide which criminal complaint affects them and only put those items on your affidavit. The affidavits can be spoken out loud and turned in at a Commission meeting.

Call Nicholas with any questions, concerns or comments. Nicholas St. Jon – 775-237-3447

Samantha Stone –  puts together newsletters, videos, podcasts for businesses and organizations. Parents, students and others are either augmenting their public school experience with private schools, charter schools or being homeschooled are needed. Sam is looking for those families whose experience is better out of public school. Also looking (but in a lesser way) for those who are unhappy with public school. If you have info Sam can use, please email her at This email address is for personal outreach only; do not add her to any mailing lists.

John Eppolito – At a School Board meeting of last year, the Board approved over $400K for kids who need help in school, either emotionally, with meals or clothing. Last year, one of the School Board members asked if the SB has a database of the kids they service. The answer was no. Just yesterday, it was learned that WCSD does have a database on the kids. They voted yesterday to add another $500K to this program, without any information on the data retention.

John’s group, Protect Nevada Children, has requested a meeting to discuss the implications of the database and how long data is retained. Go to Paul LaMarca, a WCSD executive administrator, said he’s asked for the info on the database. But rather than wait for that info, the Board voted for the $500K increase to the program.

Picon Press’ Larry Chesney mentioned articles on his publication cover the School Boaral is situation.

Lynn Chapman – Question 1 (Equal Rights Amendment) on the November ballot. It sounds benign, but it is very dangerous to our families and our kids and it will amend the NV Constitution. This allows boys to participate in girls’ sports, allows puberty blockers and gender-change surgery without parental consent, co-ed bathrooms.  Taxpayers must pay for abortions. Age of consent was not added to this bill, so what IS the age of consent? Funding to faith-based organizations will be curtailed, which affects adoption, spousal abuse. Send donations to P.O. Box 201, sparks, NV 89432. Flyers available for anyone to take and distribute.

Katherine “Kitchie” Snedigar – affidavits can be written in several ways and there is a proper format to do it. All NV statutes are about commerce. Statutory law is rules and regs pertaining to corporations, such as an LLC, partnership, organization, or a natural person. Men or women fall under common law, but you must declare your status to get into common law. Our job as men and women is to do no harm to anyone or anything. The only way to challenge a Commission or School Board is to explain how you have been damaged personally. Police are part of a corporate scheme. Must declare your man/woman status at Commission and WCSD meetings (“I am a natural woman/man.”).

Nicholas St. Jon – has an official Anomalies report at He has met with County Manager Eric Brown and there is an official investigation going on. There were 2900 anomalies, mainly in the Cold Springs area in the Nov 2020 election, including 673 voters removed from the voter rolls in Sept 2021, no provisional voters showing up in the polling books, how they processed more than 5 same-day registrations per minute and how 90 people were still in line for same-day registrations when the polls closed at 7pm. You can read Nicholas’ report

Next Meeting:  Wed, August 10, 2022, same time, same place.


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