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This Meeting Scares Neocons

So far 2014 has been a rough year for the neocons and old guard of the Republican Party. But it has been an equally positive one for the libertarians, constitutionalists, whackobirds, and tireless grassroots true believers.

Liberty candidate for Congress, Art Alas (Like the Page: Art Alas for Congress 2014), has been meeting voters in his district while volunteers collect signatures. Volunteer at

Senate Bill 828, California's 4th Amendment Protection Act has been gaining popularity as people realize the threat of NSA unconstitutional surveillance. Call YOUR state senator and assembly member. Strongly, but respectfully, ask them to support SB828 or introduce equal legislation in the Assembly. If they do not commit to a YES vote, ask them why. If they’re undecided, let them know you’ll call back in a few days. contact information here:

At our March 1 meeting, we'll prepare for the California Republican Party convention in Burlingame March 14-16 and also discuss the RPLAC endorsement meeting March 8.

The neocons and old guard are losing ground. Recently we've seen the RNC condemn the NSA, and the corruption of GOP establishment darlings is only beginning to be exposed. Now is the time for liberty. Let's show up and make a difference, again!

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  • Adrian L

    Good meeting

    1 · March 4, 2014

  • Stan M.

    great turn-out

    1 · March 3, 2014

  • Raymond

    I might have wanted to attend this meeting, but then I saw that they hate neoconservatives like me. So I guess I will have to find some meeting where people like John McCain, Mitt Romney, and George W Bush are not hated.

    1 · January 27, 2014

    • Wiseburn

      Raymond, We'd love you to come and find common ground. Or even discuss areas where we disagree. We're not a hate group. The post just said that we are hated by those in power.

      1 · February 24, 2014

    • Raymond

      Thank you, but the thing is, I consider myself to be a neocon, and am quite proud of it. For me, neo conservatism is conservatism combined with compassion. Plus, I am for foreign intervention when it comes to battling that which is clearly evil, such as the nazis, communists, and islamofascist terrorists. I consider myself, then, to be a conservative more in the tradition of a Ronald Reagan, than of a Ron Paul.

      1 · February 24, 2014

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