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Marc Scaringi, Esq., guest speaker, January monthly meeting

(Feel free to come at 6:30 to enjoy the good food Hoss's has to offer. Meeting begins at 7pm)

If a federal agent came to your home and arrested you, you would expect your day in court, wouldn’t you?
You would trust that the legal system with its checks and balances would provide you all the rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution.

Not under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA.)

The NDAA allows the Feds to lock you up and throw away the key without any of your due process rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution, the rights so valiantly fought for by our founding fathers.

Many states are fighting back with non-compliance laws to tell the Federal Government that we will NOT COMPLY with their unjust laws!

Pennsylvania now has the Liberty Preservation Act, SB 999, sponsored by Senator Mike Folmer, which was placed in the Intergovernmental Operations Committee.

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, through the passage of the Liberty Preservation Act, can send a clear message to Washington, D.C.. – that the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania refuses to comply with or assist the U.S. Government in implementing the indefinite detention sections of the NDAA.
The Liberty Preservation Act prohibits any state, county or local official, employee or agent from providing material support or participating in any way with the implementation of sections 1021 and 1022 of the NDAA within the boundaries of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  Any state, county or local official, employee or agent who does provide material support or participates in any way with the implementation of the NDAA commits a misdemeanor offense and shall upon conviction be sentenced to pay a fine of not more than $500 or to imprisonment for not more than six months or both.~ 
http://www.rlcpa.org/index.php/legislative-action/liberty-preservation-act

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Marc Scaringi, Esq., is the lawyer-patriot who worked with Senator Folmer to draft SB999, the Liberty Preservation Act, and is our guest speaker for January.

Mr. Scaringi was born and raised in Pittsburgh and graduated from Georgetown University and Widener School of Law. Marc worked for Rick Santorum's Senate Campaign then as a legislative correspondent in DC for Senator Santorum.

Marc and Melanie operate their own firm, Scaringi & Scaringi, which is based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

From 2010 to 2012, Mr. Scaringi campaigned for the Republican nomination to the United States Senate in Pennsylvania winning accolades from media and political commentators across Pennsylvania concerning his strong debating skills, knowledge of the issues and unsurpassed work ethic.  Mr. Scaringi finished in fifth place in the primary with almost 52,000 votes.
Mr. Scaringi was referred to by the Harrisburg Patriot News as “…the citizen-  politician the Founding Fathers dreamed of running the government.”.

Mr. Scaringi resides in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania with his wife, Melanie, and their daughters, Gabriella, Julia, Portia and son Marc Anthony Scaringi, Jr.
He is currently a member of the Camp Hill Faith Presbyterian Church, Camp Hill, PA and the coach of the Camp Hill Nationals’ Tee-Ball Team.



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  • A former member
    A former member

    I think that the focus of the group is not going in the direction it needs to be lead. My point wasn't that the subject was old! It's that the Democrats and progressives have us chasing our tails. While we are debating on Obama Care , they have already moved on and are actively stealing elections in our State, and move now to Immigration Reform. We have elected so called conservatives Republicans voting along with and for the progressive movement. I will never run for office, I'm not smart enough or gifted in that area. It takes a special person to do that, and to encourage others as if anyone can do it is foolish and another example of lack of direction from leadership.
    I don't go to these meetings to gain knowledge. I think we each should be doing that each day on our own! (reading and listening to talk radio). The group is more like a "bitch session" and a place for some to sound off.
    I want more then that!

    January 27, 2014

  • ray

    Thanks for attending the meeting Tom.
    If the voting to continue funding the NSA is of concern, then the NSA is indeed still a story, as is Obamacare. The upcoming meeting will help gain insight in order to help speak to others. The Constitution is old too, but I'd hope it's always a current topic.
    It's hard to just say these things are bad and let's vote other people in. It takes ALOT to unseat the current pols. Mr. Scaringi did more than just complain, he stepped up and ran for office. Did you support him when he ran? His message at the meeting was intended to help those very people you want to see do the same.
    If you listened what he had to go through to run, then making a blanket statement saying we just need to vote the bad guys out is true, but a bit shortsighted.
    If you feel strongly about it, then bring it up at a meeting. Bring the names of the pols we should know about and how they voted. We'd welcome it. Again, thanks. I hope you keep attending and get involved.

    January 26, 2014

  • Lois K.

    Was Marc there this past week, 2014?

    January 16, 2014

  • Mary S.

    I did not attend the meeting last night.

    January 8, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    My first and probably last meeting with this group.
    Seemed to be a lack of knowledgeable people within the group on the subjects discussed.
    NSA story is huge story...but an old story. The more important story that didn't get discussed is that after all of this was known about the NSA...our representatives still voted to continue funding for it! Obamacare is an old story too! Every time we get a chance to defund something, our representatives vote to keep it going! Why discuss Obamacare? Who of our representatives voted for it! That's what we need to discuss! We need to focus on voting these people out! Who voted for what! Let the group know! Get the message out! They must go...NOW!!! It is time...lets not waste this opportunity! What has been done is done. We can only undue this stuff by voting these people out and getting our people in!!

    January 7, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Due to travel and training, I'll have to suspend Tuesday attendance till February. Please keep me as a active member. Thanks.

    January 7, 2014

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