House likely to consider criminal justice reform legislation in September — Tell your Rep. not to release criminal aliens
This summer, House Speaker Paul Ryan announced that the House will likely take action in September on criminal justice reform legislation, addressing, among other things, overcrowding in federal prisons. The Sentencing Reform Act (H.R. 3713) passed through the House Judiciary Committee last year and would reduce minimum sentencing guidelines for certain federal criminals. The proposal would allow for the release of thousands of criminal aliens from prison and onto the streets.
NumbersUSA takes no position on criminal justice reform in general, but the House proposal would release thousands for criminal aliens with little chance that they’ll be deported.
For this reason, H.R. 3713 is opposed by a number of law enforcement groups, including the National Association of Assistant U.S. Attorneys (NAAUSA).
One View: Daly’s firing shows county commission’s double standards
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One of our Members Juanita Cox at the RNC
|I need you to be aware of an emergency situation in California.
After all, those of us in the faith community cannot just be focused on the Presidential election.
Here’s what’s going on — there’s currently an effort underway in the California Senate (SB 1146) to strip the state’s faith-based colleges and universities from operating in ways that are consistent with their religious missions. This bill could be the end of Christian education in California. Trust me, it won’t stop there. It will spread across America.
The bill has already passed the State Senate and will soon be voted on by the House.
Here is what it will do…
If the state deems a school’s actions to be discriminatory (barring coed dorms, requiring chapel or holding prayer, even having separate bathrooms for men and women, for example) these institutions will no longer be protected. They’ll become a target for public shaming, lawsuits, you name it. Students will lose state aid.
This matters. It matters because it’s a direct assault on the First Amendment protection for religious freedom. It is totally unprecedented.
Let me say it again, with all of us focused on the Presidential election, this bill could slide through and threaten the future of Christian education in America.
You’ll be happy to know that My Faith Votes is working on this issue directly with college and university presidents throughout California, and frankly they need your help.
They are fighting back as best they can, but it’s expensive, and they’ve got a huge job to do. They’re trying to provide a quality education. That’s all.
You may not think this matters to you if you don’t live in California. But it does. This is not just a California issue. It’s an American issue. It’s about standing up for the Constitution, and making an impact where we can. If it passes, it will not be long before we are fighting this in every state.
I thank you for your time today, and I hope we can count on your support.
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Pledge of Allegiance Sheriff Chuck Allen
Guest Speaker – Sheriff Chuck Allen
Sheriff Chuck Allen spoke about new changes he has made to improve the Washoe county sheriff’s Department. Sheriff Chuck allen also spoke about the issue of sanctuary cities and Federal Immigration Laws.
A motion was made by Sterly Engman to adopt the minutes of the previous meeting on June 7, 2016, with suggested changes. A second was made by Jeanne Herman. The motion passed.
The treasurer’s report was made by Vicky Maltman. $67.00 was raised at the last meeting. This report was filed subject to audit.
Candidates for Office
David Carter spoke to the WCRA membership. He is running for the Nevada State board of Education in the CD2 area. David wants to bring more transparency to Nevada Schools. The low achievement of Nevada Schools has to be improved. David has a web site: Carter4NVDOE.Com. and can be reached at 775-291-3686.
Bill Horn is running for the Washoe county school Board Trustee in district G. Bill said that there are serious trust and accountability issues with the district. Taxpayers are not getting a good return for their investment. “We need to support the school system from the class room up, not from the board room down.”
Election of Treasurerection of Treasurer
George Lee and Breck Greninger were nominated to run for Treasurer. George Lee received 10 votes and Breck Greninger received 6 votes. George Lee is the new treasurer for the WCRA.
Jeanne Herman reported that the county has no power over the refugee issue in Washoe County.
Vicky Maltman reported that there is no vetting of refugees.
Juanita Cox stated that the National Federation of Republican Assemblies has $5,000.
Bill Conradt has given the WCRA a domain name to use.
Joannah Schumacher made and Jane Lyon seconded a motion to pay for Bill Conradt’s membership fee. The motion passed.
Tim Stoffel reported that the county is still trying to reduce the number of animals in Washoe County by trying to first eliminate exotic animals.
A motion was made to adjourn. The motion passed
“It, is, we are told, traditional that when Bill Clinton knows that a Cabinet secretary or another [Secret Service] protectee….is in the area, he’ll say, ‘Oh, let me say hello.’…Met with her [Loretta Lynch] for about 30 minutes. She said it was completely social. They talked about grandchildren. But this has led to a lot of conspiracy theories that even before Hillary Clinton has been interviewed by the FBI, to our knowledge, that somehow this is Bill Clinton talking to Loretta Lynch about clearing Hillary Clinton of the e-mail investigation.”
— MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell on Andrea Mitchell Reports, June 30.
Do ya think they really talked about their grandchildren for 30 minutes after she waited for him?
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JULY 12, 2016Article V con con defeated Article V position destroyed overhwelimingly by voice vote.
Heading off to the National Republican Convention. We are going to have fun.
“It’s high time to tell the miscreants and traitors to get out of our house”
“Welcome to 2016— the revolutionary Year of the Fire Monkey. With Mars showing its glowing red ever so brightly in the night sky, even the heavens are conspiring with the everintensifying sentiments of American rebellion. The whole world is looking to the U.S. citizenry as the last bulwark still standing — quite feebly, albeit — in defense of national sovereignty and personal freedom. Were the USA to fall to a conspicuous totalitarian tyranny as is planned by the NWO agenda, the whole world will be plunged into the same chaos as created by the European Union dictatorship.”
“Just like 1776 it is again necessary for We the People to summon the courage and will and resourcefulness to take back what has been stolen.”
“If the United States of America is to, once again, be legitimately recognized as the “The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave” then the American become must become free and act brave.”
I am off to battle in Cleveland (in the Platform Committee). Please pray for me…..
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