Stories from the week January 18, 2013

From: Howard W.
Sent on: Sunday, January 27, 2013 3:18 PM

COP on the Hill

Stories from the week January 18, 2013

I had a modest week on the hill with 12 presentations to staffers.  Lots of changes of personnel in the offices which = more work at home to record who is the right staffer in 535 offices.

Ron Paul Legacy:   On Tuesday evening I was invited to address the local chapter of a group called C4L = http://www.campaignforliberty.org the umbrella organization for the Ron Paul efforts.  About 40 were attending and we had a robust 30 minutes.  I was surprised by how many Republicans attended.

KING for a day:  When I presented last week at Grover Norquist’s brunch, I was quite surprised to see my name on the back of a chair at the main table where the VIPs sit.  The foto of it is at the very bottom.  The info at the bottom of last week’s newsletter was the sheet I gave to the 150 in the room.  Sorry for not stating that.  Money can buy anyone access.  Good ideas/presentations count at Grovers.

My published LTE in a Florida paper is at the bottom.

 

COP stats since inception: August 2009

  • 1025 Presentations to Congressional staffers..12 this week
  • 30 Appearances on major TV networks (Fox, ABC, CBS, NBC, Univision)
  • 21 published interviews in major (daily)newspapers
  • 43 interviews and reports in minor media = blogs, cable TV, etc
  • 71 published letters to the editor (value per MAPINC in free publicity: $70,000) = 1 this week
  • 2 editorials in daily papers mentioning my efforts & in support of COP position
  • 22 Radio Interviews
  • 34 brief chats with Members of Congress
  • 30 chats with other elected officials, state reps, senators, etc.
  • 11 major conferences attended (CPAC, LULAC, NRA, etc)
  • Permanent invitation to Grover Norquist’s Wednesday brunch attended by 150 conservative leaders.   Named the “Grand Central Station of the Conservative Movement.”
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  • Consider being a member of COP at $30.00 or more per year.   All contributions are tax-deductible.   Law Enforcement’s voice in opposition to current policy is vital on the Hill to achieve a repeal of federal prohibition.  COP provides that voice.   If you agree that Modern Prohibition/War on Drugs is the most destructive, dysfunctional and immoral policy since slavery & Jim Crow and want to be a part of the solution…  Go to: 

DRUG PROBLEM NO EASY FIX 

As a retired detective, I heartily 
agree with Kingsley Guy's Jan.  13 column, "Time to re-think our War on Drugs." We need to end this drug prohibition. 

Our children have a job option to sell drugs and nearly 1million are employed in sales, some of whom are shot every day.  Pedophiles are not caught, as my colleagues are flying around in a helicopter looking for a green plant. 

After 41years, and a trillion dollars spent, the DEA's own 
brochure states: "Drugs are readily available to America's youth..." The police and courts cannot fix stupid.  Have a drug problem? See a doctor. 

Howard Wooldridge, Buckeystown, Mass.  

PUBLISHED in the Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, FL) January 18, 2013

 

 

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