Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL) – Wed, July 12, 2023 – SUMMARY

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 Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL)

July 12, 2023


King Buffet

3650 Kietzke


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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) Samantha Stone 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.

*    Thursdays (for the time being), 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.


Coming Soon

*      Wed, July 12, 5:30-8:30pm, Paisan’s, 6550 Longley, NV Women’s Leadership Alliance (NWLA). Program: Tami Pyfer, Director of Operations for UNITE, will use the “Dignity Index”, an innovative approach to conversations that will ease division between political sides. $50, includes dinner. Go to or call Liz Arnold (775) 385-8708 to reserve your spot.

*       Thur, July 13, 11:00-1:00pm, Atlantis, Republican Women of Reno (RWR). Program:  Fashion Show from Boutique Elegante and William Furs plus Sen. Lisa Krasner providing a recap of the latest Legislative session.  Registration before July 6 : $34.50/members; $39.50/non-members; $29.50/first timers. Late registration after 7/6, add $5 surcharge. Vegetarian option, call Cindy Sassenrath 707-621-2009.

*  Tue, July 18, 1:00 doors open, King Buffet, 3650 Kietzke, Republican Men’s Club (RMC) meeting. Program:  Bill Conrad, candidate for US Senate against Jackie Rosen. $21 for full buffet, beverage, tax and gratuity.

*      Wed, July 26, 11:00am doors open; meeting 11:30-1:00pm, King Buffet, 3650 Kietzke, Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL). $21 for optional full buffet, beverage, tax and gratuity. To be on the agenda, please contact Carole Fineberg, or 805-377-2155.

*      Wed, Aug 9, 11:00am doors open; meeting 11:30-1:00pm, King Buffet, 3650 Kietzke, Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL). $21 for optional full buffet, beverage, tax and gratuity. To be on the agenda, please contact Carole Fineberg, or 805-377-2155.

*     Thur, Aug 10, 11:00-1:00, Atlantis, Republican Women of Reno (RWR) membership meeting. Program: To Be Announced. Early bird pricing until 7/6 @ 4pm: $34.50/members; $39.50/non-members. Credit cards will incur a $1.50 fee. Reservations after 6/2 will incur a $5 surcharge. Last minute reservations will incur a $10 surcharge. To pay by check or to order a vegetarian meal, call Cindy Sassenrath, 707-621-2009. Prepaid reservations required and no refunds.

*      Wed, August 23, 11:00am doors open; meeting 11:30-1:00pm, King Buffet, 3650 Kietzke, Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL). $21 for optional full buffet, beverage, tax and gratuity. To be on the agenda, please contact Carole Fineberg, or 805-377-2155.



1)  Nevada Women’s Leadership Alliance – NvWLA

Wed, July 12, at 5:30 at Paisan’s, NV Women’s Leadership Alliance (NWLA) is hosting Tami Pyfer, Utah Project Lead and VP of External Affairs for UNITE, and former elected official at many levels in Utah. She will share her leadership journey and her current work with the “Dignity Index” initiative, an innovative approach to managing conversations to ease political divisions between opposing sides. To reserve tickets go to: or call Liz Arnold, (775) 385-8705.

2)     Lynn Chapman – The latest newsletter from Nevada Families is a summary of the Legislative session. The summary, in increments, is also on the website,


3)     Roger Edwards – Republican Men’s Club meets the 3rd Tuesday, July 18, at King Buffet. The program will be Bill Conrad, candidate for US Senate in ’24. $21 for full buffet, beverage, tax and gratuity. Reservations not necessary.


CTL News” Presentation

1) Congresswoman Malliotakis (R-NY) questions Dr. Redfield about COVID’s origin and Fauci’s role in it. (5:32)


2) CA State Senator Scott Wilk urges parents to flee CA. (1:34)


3) Peter St. Onge, PhD, on the dire economic state of San Francisco. (3:43)


4) A quick clip of a media interview of one of Maxwell’s victims. Scroll down until you see a video of a dark-haired woman in a blue dress.  After that, on the same page, scroll down a little further for a video of a  CNN anchor and guest/author Mike Rothschild criticizes “The Sound of Freedom” movie for encouraging QAnon conspiracy theorists, despite the real-life Epstein and Maxwell escapades.


Joe McElhinney – The organization about which “Sound of Freedom” was created is Operation Underground Railroad (O.U.R.). O.U.R. is not taking any money from the proceeds of the movie and they could use donations to help them continue to rescue children, mostly in Central and South America. Go to their website, and give if you can.

Nicôl Herris – the Jordan Peterson interview with Tim Ballard with O.U.R. and Jim Caviezel, who plays Ballard in the Sound of Freedom movie.



Janet Butcher – County Commission Update

At yesterday’s County Commission meeting, Commissioner Garcia spent 7+ minutes on a tirade about how she is being treated and how she was talked to with her children at a recent public event, likely Drag Queen Story Hour.


Agenda Item 5 – cannabis consumption lounges in unincorporated areas. 4 against, so it failed with Andriola voting against, but announcing a re-visit down the road.


Agenda Item 6 – affordable housing in Incline Village and Crystal Bay area. Passed, with Andriola voting for it.


Agenda Item 7 – Timothy Dake reappointed to full-term at Regional Parks Commission.


There was discussion on a controversial project called Latino Arte, promoting art and dance for LGBTQ + Latina X. This passed.


Beverly & Autumn Harry from the Piute community talked about all the pollutions coming to them, trickling downstream on the Truckee.


Amy Gilligeri – current Library Board Chair has a term that expired June 30 and reappointing her was voted down by the Commission, 3-2, with Andriola voting No. She was a terrible Chair, either knitting or chewing gum. Library Director Jeff Scott ran her meetings. The County Commission must have known for months that this term was expiring on June 30, but they waited until after it was up and now the position is vacant until they find another Chair to appoint.


Commissioner Garcia made a point that about 10 of Janet & others show up at the CC meetings. Janet would love to have more who show up to either speak out or just get up and say “I agree with the speaker before me.”


Public Utilities Commission (PUC)

The PUC just APPROVED a DELAYED rate hike for Nevada Energy (NVE), supposedly effective July 1 to October.


Now, for the $373 MILLION NVE wants us to pay for:

Buying fire trucks for fire stations in northern NV

Uniforms for fire stations in northern NV

Boots for fire stations in northern NV

Salaries for fire stations in northern NV

Training for fire stations in northern NV

Medical exams for fire stations in northern NV


Isn’t that what taxes in cities and counties are for? I never heard of NVE buying or paying for those here before, have you?


Currently NVE is divided into 2 separate entities:  Nevada Power (in the south) and Sierra Power (in the north). There is a plan that has been approved to COMBINE both entities into the Nevada Disaster Protection Plan (NDPP). It was specifically divided before because the south has extreme summers and in the north, we have extreme winters.


A review by financial analyst, Nichole Loar at the PUC confirming this, can be found at Docket # 23-03004, The MORE AGGRAVATING NON-NECESSARY EXTORTION COSTS start on page 18 in Volume 1 out of 15 Volumes.  Then, on page 25 of the same volume:


“Fire Squad boss year 1 – $88,073.70, year 2 – $91,156.28, year 3 – $94,346.77.

Fire Crew members year 1 – $281,835.84, year 2 – $291,700.09, year 3 – $301,909.60″


NV Energy projects it will spend $373 million on disaster preparedness in the next three years –  $171 million for capital expenses ($43.5 million in Southern Nevada and $127.6 million in Northern Nevada) and an additional $202 million for operations, maintenance, administrative & general (OMAG) costs – projected at $33.5 million for Southern Nevada and $168.5 million for Northern Nevada.


Nicholas St Jon – of Washoe Patriots – Jeff Church found the Rules and Regulations of Washoe County and Commissioner Alexis Hill is in violation at nearly every meeting since April 25.

ACTION ALERT!!! Please print out the AG’s complaint form and send to Nicholas and he will deliver in person to the AG’s office.  With a boatload of complaints, RLI (the assurety company who bonds her) will cancel her bond and she has 5 days to find new insurance. Chances are likely that no other assurety company will touch her and she’ll be forced to resign. Complaint Form Fillable.pdf (spaces between Combined, Complaint, Form, Fillable).

Send to Nicholas at 280 Greg St, #10, Reno, 89502


ACTION ALERT!!!  Roger Hillygus and Stewart Handte saga – This is the case of Roger’s aging mother being mistreated in a care facility. He and Stewart took her out of the facility and have since been incarcerated for kidnapping and a bunch of other charges. It has now been learned that there was no restraining order, so illegal to restrain Roger for now over 9 months. Stewart is about to be incarcerated again. Please show up tomorrow, Thursday, 7/13, 75 Court Street, Courtroom 8, 2:00pm, just to sit there in support.


AMAC is starting to address this. Next Tuesday in Carson City, they are talking about fraud perpetrated against seniors. RSVP at


Every Monday, 6:30pm, 5295 Sun Valley Blvd, Washoe Patriots meets. Citizen Grand Jury. Plus their menu for prepping on their website.


At the Mike Lindell conference, Nicholas will be representing Washoe County at this conference in Springfield, MO on Aug 16-17.  He has asked to report on the election fraud cover-up and is working to get a one-on-one meeting with Mike Lindell. Donations needed to help him get to Springfield. It will be about $1500 to attend. Nicholas, 775-772-6467..


Roger Edwards – Valerie Fiannaca set up a one-on-one with Comm Andriola, which Roger attended as Valerie’s “emotional support animal.” The first part went well, but after a short while, Andriola dodged questions and Valerie was only allowed to ask 3 questions.


Donald Fossum – spoke in support of Stephanie Phillips, who is an aggressive child protector for years now.


Turning Point is working in this area to get the college youth active and involved.


Gary Schmidt – now lives in Storey County, but is very proud of the people in this room and Washoe Patriots for stepping up and working to unseat the current corruption. Juanita Cox has been one of the most vocal and strongest members of the public to speak against the wrongdoing, the corruption, and the downright “boots on the neck” of We the People. Juanita is ill, confined to bedrest. Keep her in your thoughts and prayers.


Gary Duarte – Biden’s border policy is against the Constitution and everyone should be getting on social media and shouting that from the highest rafters.


Bruce Foster – yesterday at the CC meeting, presented a program called Reno the Biggest Littlest Shopping Cart community. He showed photos of all the shopping carts in the Truckee, in the parks and everywhere, which is helping to promote the “homeless” problem (@ approx. $175 each).  Thousands of $$ being wasted.


Roger Edwards commented on the non-retention of Penny Brock on the Executive Committee for non-attendance.


Next Meeting – Wednesday, July 26, same time, same place. Candidate for US Senate Stephanie Phillips will be on hand.


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