Gun Rights Mean Civil Rights; Call to Action

Gun Rights Mean Civil Rights; Call to Action — Defenders of the Second Amendment and self defense rights are being urged to attend hearings in Harrisburg, Sept. 24-25. Being considered are “red flag” laws which will allow gun confiscation without due process; “universal background checks” which is de facto universal gun registration; and bans for AR-15s which has become the best-selling rifle in America.

It is noted that paid corporate shills wearing red shirts will be in attendance.

The hearings will be 9 a.m. to noon, Sept. 24 and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Sept. 25 before the Pennsylvania Senate Judiciary Committee in Capitol’s North Office Building, Hearing Room 1.

Frederick Douglass pointedly noted that a man’s rights rest in three boxes: the ballot box, the jury box, and the cartridge box.

There are some who shouldn’t have access to guns, but they shouldn’t have the right to vote either. Ponder that “social justice” phonies.

This gun control push is not about making things safer — which all sane, law-abiding people desire — but about taking rights from sane, law-abiding people which will do anything but make things safer.

Gun Rights Mean Civil Rights; Call to Action -- Defenders of the Second Amendment and self defense rights are being urged to attend hearings in Harrisburg, Sept. 24-25. Being considered are "red flag" laws which will
Gun Rights Mean Civil Rights; Call to Action

PA Political Leadership School

Foundation for Applied Conservative Leadership will hold a PA Political Leadership School, 9 a.m., June 8, at Victory Church, 2560 Audubon Road, Audubon, Pa 19403.

The Foundation describes this a intense one-day training that covers:

  • The Real Nature of Politics – why just “educating” people alone won’t result in change;
  • The Biggest Lie in Politics – and how the political class uses your convictions against you;
  • How to work effectively at the Capitol – getting a bill sponsor and a roll call vote despite the leadership; and
  • How to put pressure on legislators.

The Foundation says the instructors have years of experience putting these principles to work in multiple states.

It says many have worked on federal, state and local campaigns, including major presidential campaigns, and successful campaigns for U.S. Senate and Congress.

The early bird price through May 25 is $40 or $25 for students.

Visit here to sign up.

PA Political Leadership School
PA Political Leadership School

Jane Taylor Toal Stepping Down As Citizens For Liberty President

Jane Taylor Toal Stepping Down As Citizens For Liberty President — Jane Taylor Toal of King of Prussia, the president of Citizens for Liberty, was a guest on Joe Basrawi’s Cup of Joe podcast.

She talks about unity and finding common ground with all Americans. Also discussed is Citizens for Liberty’s Town Hall: Firearms Forum Part 2 scheduled for 7 p.m., April 10 at Upper Merion Township Building, 175 W. Valley Road, 19406.

She also announced that she is stepping down as the Citizens for Liberty leader.

Check it out below.

Jane Taylor Toal Stepping Down As Citizens For Liberty Leader
Jane Taylor Toal Stepping Down As Citizens For Liberty Leader

Michelle Malkin CPAC Speech

Michelle Malkin CPAC SpeechYesterday, we gave you Alex Jones. Today we return to sanity with Michelle Malkin’s wonderful and powerful speech made at CPAC 2019, yesterday (March 1).

It is being talked about.

CPAC stands for Conservative Political Action Conference.

Michelle Malkin CPAC Speech
Michelle Malkin CPAC Speech

Keystone Constitutional League Broached

Keystone Constitutional League Broached — The podcast for the Feb. 4 Our Time with John Haenn can be heard below.

Among John’s topics is the status of the Tea Party movement. He proposes the Keystone Constitutional League to re-energize it.

John’s show can be heard live 8:30-9 a.m., the first Monday of the month on WFYL.

Keystone Constitutional League Broached On Our Time

Les Gentiles Les Mechants Is An Anthem

Les Gentiles Les Mechants Is An Anthem — A video of a song becoming anthemic among France’s Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vest) movement is exploding the right heads.

The music comes from the 1973 French hit Les gentils, les méchants by Michel Fugain with biting new lyrics by French singer Marguerite

The English translation of the title is “Good People, Bad People”. In Marguerite’s version she sarcastically refers to rich, elite, major media etc. as “good people” and the working class as the bad ones as that is how they are portrayed in the major media by the self-proclaimed elites.

Gilets Jaunes started as a protest against higher fuel costs instituted as part of a scheme by the “you (not me) must suffer to save the planet from global warming” French powers-that-be.

It is now becoming a worldwide thing addressing a myriad of issues ranging from child molestation by the rich and powerful to unrestricted immigration and unequal enforcement of laws.

Below is Marguerite’s video with English subtitles. Someone should send it to Gov. Wolf.

Les Gentiles Les Mechants Is An Anthem
Les Gentiles Les Mechants Is An Anthem

Pennsylvania Leadership Conference 2018

Pennsylvania Leadership Conference 2018 — Registration is happening for the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference October Briefing on Friday, Oct. 26, at the Crowne Plaza in King of Prussia, PA. There will be a full day of activities starting at 9 a.m. including morning presentations, a noon luncheon, and afternoon panel discussion

On the agenda are Jonathan Williams of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), co-author of the Rich States/Poor States report; activist training by Daryn Iwicki from Americans for Prosperity; a U.S. Supreme Court update by Michael Geer of the PA Family Institute; a political update by Montgomery County GOP Chairwoman Elizabeth Preate Havey, and a speech by Pennsylvania Lt. Gubernatorial candidate Jeff Bartos.

Political commentator Kathy Barnett will be the featured luncheon speaker.

Following the luncheon will be an Issues that Women Care About panel presentation with a keynote speech by noted political scientist and frequent cable news commentator Carol Swain and panelists Kathy Barnette; Maria Espinoza, national director of The Remembrance Project; and Monica Burke of the Heritage Foundation.

The Pennsylvania Leadership Conference is the premiere gathering of public policy conservatives each year in the Keystone State. It is the largest and longest-running of the state-based conservative conferences regularly attracting a long list of conservative elected officials, scholars, journalists and activists for two days of speeches, panel presentations, workshops and networking.

Registration for seating can be made at  www.paleadershipconference.org.

Pennsylvania Leadership Conference 2018

John Haenn Interviews Leo Knepper

John Haenn Interviews Leo Knepper — John Haenn had an excellent interview with Leo Knepper of Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania (CAP), May 7 concerning the potential of Pennsylvania and why it’s not reaching it.

Check it out below:

John’s program “Our Time” airs 8:30-9 a.m., the first Monday of the month on WFYL 1180 AM.

John Haenn Interviews Leo Knepper

John Haenn Interviews Leo Knepper

 

Conservative Power Blasts Pennsylvania Republicans (And Val)

Conservative Power Blasts Pennsylvania Republicans (And Val)

Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania, which has become a major power in state politics, has released a flyer (above) bitterly blasting the State GOP and its legislative lapdogs.

State Party Chairman Val DiGiorgio, who we warned you about and warned you about and warned you about is featured prominently.

He is “example 3” as to why you should not donate to the party and is, fairly, described as “lobbyist.”

Did you know that Val worked with state Attorney General and Dem bigwig Josh Shapiro at the political fixing firm Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young and that Val’s wife got a $105,000 a year job with Josh’s fiefdom better known as Montgomery County.

Enough Republican state committeepeople apparently didn’t else two more votes would have been flipped to keep Val from winning the chairmanship.

He’s been doing a heckuva job hasn’t he? The Democrats certainly think so.

By the way, Donna Ellingsen, whose integrity has made her Val’s nemesis, is running for state committee along with Timothy Welsh of Oxford in Chester County this May 15. If you live in the area and care about fighting cronyism, vote for Donna and Timothy.  Better yet, volunteer to help them get elected.

Her area consists of  Coatesville, Modena, Valley North & South, Atglen, East Fallowfield, Highland, Parkesburg, Sadsbury, West Fallowfield, West Sadsbury, Elk, East Nottingham, West Nottingham, Oxford Borough, Lower Oxford, Upper Oxford, Caln and West Brandywine.

Val still works with Stradley Ronon and is prominently featured on its website.

Conservative Power Blasts Pennsylvania Republicans (And Val)