Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL) – Wed, June 14, 2023 – SUMMARY

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Conservative Talk Lunch (CTL)

Wednesday, June 14, 2023

King Buffet, 3650 Kietzke

                                                                                       11:30-1:00pm

(The margins will stay truer if you open the full screen).

         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 www.pilled.net, available 24/7.  https://pilled.net/#/profile/152065

           *    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 rcwfortruth@gmail.com

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

Coming Soon

         *      Thur, June 15, 6:00-8:00pm, Wine & Shine, Mt Rose Republican Women (MRRW). Private old car collection with 24 luxurious classic cars. Home of Jim & Anne DiMartini. Hearty appetizers and superb wines. $110. RSVP: www.mtroserepublicanwomen.org.

         *      Fri, June 16, 12Noon-2:00pm, America Matters Studio in the Reno Town Mall, 4001 S. Virginia. Stephanie Phillips for US Senate 2024. Meet & Greet. Stephanie will be answering questions on the Eddie Floyd Show on the radio and afterwards with light refreshments.

         *      Sat, June 17, 10:00-2:00pm, Corley Ranch, 859 Hwy 395, Basque Fry featuring FL Governor Ron DeSantis. Tickets are $25 (much cheaper than in the past). To order tickets, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/8th-annual-basque-fry-at-the-corley-ranch-tickets-604145735157?aff=Website

         *      Sun, June 18 (Father’s Day) – Special Needs Kids Day at the Rodeo.

         *      Thur, June 22, 11:00 doors open, Reno Town Mall Conference Room (upstairs), Nevada Matters luncheon. Program: Michael Kadenacy and John Carey of the Nevada Wins PAC: “An In-depth Review of the Nevada 2022 Election and How to Get Better Results in 2024”.  $15 for lunch and program; $7 for just the program and no lunch. RSVP to nevadarocha@yahoo.com at least 48 hrs prior to the event so a proper food count can be obtained. Pay by cash or check at the door.

         *      Wed, June 28, 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, simi4relo@gmail.com or 805-377-2155.

         *      Fri, July 7, 5:30-8:00pm, Li’l Waldorf, 1661 N. Virginia (across from UNR), Republican First Friday. Purely social. Come mingle with like-mindeds.

         *   Tue, July 11, 5:00 potluck/6:00 meeting, 3652 S. Virginia, Ste C-9 (GOP HQs), Washoe County Republican Assembly (WCRA). Program: Taking Over Social Media & Other Media in Washoe County, presented by Craig Newton.

         *      Wed, July 12, 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, simi4relo@gmail.com or 805-377-2155.

         *      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. To reserve your spot, go to www.nwla.org.

         *   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.

         *    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, simi4relo@gmail.com or 805-377-2155.

         *   Tue, Aug 1, 5:00 potluck/6:00 meeting, 3652 S. Virginia, Ste C-9 (GOP HQs), Washoe County Republican Assembly (WCRA).

         *    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, simi4relo@gmail.com or 805-377-2155.

         *    Thur, Aug 10, 11:00 doors open, Atlantis, Republican Women of Reno (RWR). Program:

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.

            *      Wed, Aug 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, simi4relo@gmail.com or 805-377-2155.

        Announcement:

Carmen Price has 3 pairs of like-new cowgirl boots. Two are Tony Lama and the other one BCBG. Two pair black and 1 pair really great-looking tan. Size 7-1/2, just polished and stretched. $275 for the 3 pairs or $100 per pair.  If interested, contact Carmen – carmen.price1@aol.com or 714-276-5288.

Discussion

“CTL News” Presentation:

1) Biden’s Illegal Migrant Invasion (4:03)

https://www.infowars.com/posts/epic-video-bidens-illegal-migrant-invasion-is-underway/

2) Easter Update: A Little History Lesson (Segment from 10:45-17:20, continuing next time. This is a 2-hr feature length film, of which we are watching segments.)

https://beforeitsnews.com/politics/2023/04/situation-update-49-special-easter-edition-trump-i-caught-the-deep-state-jfk-jfk-jr-schwab-bush-322-federal-reserve-more-3287421.html

3) 1) Is this the real Joe Biden? I don’t think so. (12:33)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laPzLzWfuxQ

Donald Fossum – Today, June 14, is Trump’s birthday and also Flag Day. Great speakers at the Basque Fry this weekend, including FL Gov Ron DeSantis, Adam Laxalt and others. See Coming Soon section above for ticket info.

 

Liz Arnold (Nevada Women’s Leadership Alliance – NWLA). Leadership training organization. They are focusing on center- and right-leaning younger people to step up and take our places as society’s leaders. We’d like to see more Conservatives in leadership positions in City, County & State government and move themselves up through the bureaucracy to higher and higher leadership positions. Dems have Act Blue for their Leftist purpose and they’ve done a great job training their candidates. Act Blue is the mirror organization NWLA aspires to be on the Right. Target audience is non-partisan and traditional Dems who are more conservative on issues). NWLA teaches how to be an activist, how to appeal and be persuasive (not angry) and build relationships.

          There is a dinner meeting/workshop on July 12, 5:30pm at Paisan’s Old World Deli, 6550 Longley with Tami Pyfer. Tami is a former UT legislator, Director of Ed under Lt Gov Gary Herbert in UT. She uses the Dignity Index to teach people how to talk to the opposition, move forward and be successful. Being able to communicate effectively is a powerful tool.

           $50 advance purchase required by July 10. Get tickets here: https://www.nwla.org or call 775-800-1268. If you have questions, please contact Liz Arnold, liz.arnold@nwla.org or call 775-800-1268.

           Also there will be training for candidates and candidates’ team members.

           Legislature Update – Lynn Chapman is in “recovery” from the Legislature,

           which is now in Special Session #2 (after Special Session #1). #2 is fighting

           about the new pro baseball stadium slated to be built in Las Vegas, based on

           taxpayer $$ and tax forgivenesses..

Gov has vetoed 32 bills, including Assisted Suicide. Several Dems joined Rs to vote against it because of the massive # of emails and calls into their offices asking them to vote against.

Lynn and Janine started off following 588 bills and whittled it down to 338, testifying and lobbying on all 338 and then sending veto notices to the Gov on many of them that passed.

The midwife bill (regulating midwives according a Board, which is done by CA and WA) was being pushed by 2 women from those states who just moved here and want to run the Board. Many midwives here and in rural areas are already in a midwifery group and are usually under the auspices of a doctor. There are very few complaints on midwives and this is an important issue to those living in the rural areas without many medical resources. This was vetoed by the Gov.

There were several good military bills that passed. A number of Purple Heart recipients brought a bill to urge VA Hospitals to put in hyperbaric chambers. This passed.

AB521 Capital Improvement Bill $422M – would increase taxes. Failed, but will likely be included in another Special Session.

Another Dem Bill was $22M to fund all Dem programs was passed.

The bill that covered sex change surgery being paid for by Medicaid passed and was signed by the Gov.

Medicaid for all failed.

Being an organ donor by way of opt out passed, instead of opt in. Heretofore, it’s always been an opt-in situation. If you want to donate your organs, there’s a box to check at DMV and it’s on your license. We don’t know if this will be vetoed by the Gov or not. He still has a few days before all vetoes must be in.

Janet Butcher – Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH) at downtown Library is Friday. On Saturday, it is at the North Valleys Library. 10:00-11:00 DQSH and then a full program is until 2pm. There has also been a Rainbow Story Hour that Janet and Nichelle Hull were not allowed into.  Library Director Jeff Scott (appointed by the County Commission) was there and recognized Janet and Nichelle because they speak out at County Commission meetings and Library Board meetings about DQSH. He told them they could not enter.

Library Board Update – Next meeting is Wed, June 21, 4:00-6:00pm at Incline Village. Trying to get a caravan to go to Incline.

The Board has an open seat for a year that hasn’t been filled and there are another 2 seats that will need to be filled this year before June 30 (theoretically). There are 22 applicants, some very good.  They were not informed until 5pm the night prior that the interview meeting was happening, so only 3 of them showed up.

Sparks Library DQSH is July 15..

County Commission Update – At the upcoming meeting, they are appointing a Senior Advisory Committee member. Denise Myer is running for that position and Commissioner Mariluz Garcia (Denise Myer ran against her and lost in 2022) has asked Myer not to be appointed because it would make Garcia feel uncomfortable to work with her. How immature!

The Golden Valley re-charge program was put on the agenda (finally) and passed.

They’ve asked for a budget of $1Billion, which is way more than a couple of counties with twice the population in CA.

The Elections Group cost the County $100K to audit our election. They want another $600K to take over our elections in Washoe County. Matthew Buehler is on the actual Audit Committee and doing a stellar job.

School Board Update – Only 5 people were present at yesterday’s meeting. They paid homage to the Pride Community and everyone except Jeff Church wore pride pins. Kurt Thigpen, openly gay, quit the School Board because he theoretically received death threats, but he was there to lead the Pledge of Allegiance.

They passed a lot of big dollar decisions.

Gary Duarte – He posts to Facebook nearly daily that Biden’s immigration policy is unconstitutional and he should be tried for treason. Spread the word!

 

Nicholas St Jon – He has 4 blank signs to make statements at the DQSH protest Friday.

This coming Monday 6/19, will begin weekly Monday evenings, 6:30pm, Washoe Patriots meeting, 5295 Sun Valley Blvd, Sun Valley. There is so much to do and learn about. They are focused on prepping with food, supplies, make-shift heat sources, eating seeds and sprouts to stay healthy and strong, training on being prepared for whatever could befall us. It’s going to be an important time to know what to do and be prepared.

“Sound of Freedom” movie tickets in the theaters is at www.Angel.comAngel10 is Steve Bannon’s discount code. It is about child trafficking in Central & South America. It stars Jim Caveziel (Played Jesus in Mel Gibson’s The Passion several years ago. He is portraying Tim Ballard, the lead investigator in Operation Underground Railroad (OUR), which has been freeing children from trafficking rings for more than a decade.

How can we file a complaint against Commissioner Alexis Hill for not allowing Public Comments at the beginning of the Commissioner meeting?

Roger Hillygus – He took his mother out of a senior facility where she was being abused. The Sheriff’s Dept took the mother back from CA at gunpoint and arrested Roger and threw him in jail. That was months ago and he’s still incarcerated.

Katherine “Kitchie” Snedigar – Kitchie calls herself a non-resident, unincorporated natural-born American woman. She is not a “person”, which the state defines and as such, the State can regulate you as a person. God defines you, not the State or the government. You are also not a “citizen.”

Don’t use their words. Use the words “man”, “woman”, “mother”, “father”. Refer to your offspring as “son”, “daughter” (not children).

Kitchie has no Driver’s License because she doesn’t drive a commercial vehicle. A motor vehicle is a commercial vehicle according to the laws on the books pertaining to motor vehicle, which defines them as those vehicles used in commerce. So those laws do not pertain to her and her use of her automobile.

The book, “Committee of 300”, published in 1960 tells about all this.

$120M spent on the CARES campus tent on 4th Street.  The most expensive drug redistribution center anywhere. And that’s probably just the beginning of what they will want down the road.

Next Meeting – Wednesday, June 28 – same time, same place.

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