More information: https://recallgavin2020.com
Unaffordable housing. Record homelessness. Rising crime. Failing schools. Independent contractors thrown out of work. Exploding pension debt. And now, a locked down population while the prisons are emptied. Hold Gavin Newsom accountable. Gavin Newsom must go.
Everywhere you look, the failures of Governor Newsom are obvious and appalling to everyone. For this reason, the Recall Gavin 2020 campaign is not conservative or liberal, or right or left, or Republican or Democrat. This is a mass uprising.
Our Recall Gavin campaign is building a grassroots organization with over 80,000 California voters already signed up as volunteers to sign and circulate recall petitions. That number is growing every week. And this is just the beginning.
Are you tired of being locked up, unable to make a living, at the same time as California’s prisons are being emptied? Do you wonder why Gavin Newsom’s cronies are building “supportive housing” for the homeless at a cost of over a half-million dollars per unit, instead of just getting them help in less expensive facilities? Then join the Recall Gavin 2020 movement.
Did you struggle to run a business, even before this lockdown, because of overregulation and the highest taxes in America? Did you lose your livelihood when Gavin Newsom signed AB 5, which made it illegal for many companies to negotiate with independent contractors? Then join the Recall Gavin 2020 movement.
Are you troubled by the growing encroachments on the 1st Amendment; our right to speak our minds, to freely assemble, to congregate whether it’s at church or on the beach? Are you troubled by encroachments on your 2nd Amendment rights, threatening your ability to purchase a firearm to protect yourself, especially now? Then join the Recall Gavin 2020 movement.
Are you ready to take the offensive against the ongoing destruction of our public schools? Have you had it with new laws that make it impossible to hold students or teachers accountable, making many of our schools unsafe? Do you believe you have the right to control what sort of sex education (or indoctrination) your child receives? Then join the Recall Gavin 2020 movement.
Do you wonder how California’s cities, counties, and state agencies will ever pay off their pension debt, or balance their budgets, or stop raising taxes, when Gavin Newsom can’t even cut spending to provide benefits to illegal immigrants, benefits that aren’t even offered to working citizens of California? Then join the Recall Gavin 2020 movement.
We are building an army to recall Gavin Newsom, and if you answered yes to any of these questions, we need you.
Our petitions are available to download now. If you want to do more, contact the coordinator in your county for the Recall Gavin 2020 campaign, and find out how you can circulate petitions. There are many ways to get involved.
Let’s make history! Join Recall Gavin 2020. The path to making California golden again starts right here.
We are building a grassroots army to gather enough signed recall petitions to put on the state ballot a measure to recall Governor Newsom. Signature gathering started June 10th and will finish in March 2021, the recall election will be held in 2021. We are confident that by reaching out to millions of Californians who have been betrayed by this governor, and by using the latest online and social media technology, we are going to give California’s voters an opportunity to fire Gavin Newsom.
Read about Ms. Chumley's new book Socialists Don't Sleep: Christians must rise or America will fall. Here.
Cheryl is an author, commentary writer and the online opinion editor for The Washington Times. Check out some of her work BY CLICKING HERE.
She is also a licensed private investigator (VA DCJS 99-645573) and principal of Chumley Investigations, LLC, in Virginia. (VA DCJS 11-17920).
It’s called “SOCIALISTS DON’T SLEEP: CHRISTIANS MUST RISE OR AMERICA WILL FALL,” and it’s an important look at how socialism’s seeds are planted and spread in America and what patriots can do to fight for our individual freedoms. Due out September 8.
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In addition to writing daily commentaries on politics, Cheryl hosts a twice-weekly podcast at The Washington Times, called “Bold and Blunt,” and available on Spotify, Apple, other podcast hosting sites — and at The Washington Times BY CLICKING HERE.
She’s an in-demand public speaker and media guest, passionate about topics related to Christianity and the country’s Judeo-Christian roots, the Constitution, politics and policy, United Nations and sovereignty issues, Congress and Capitol Hill – pretty much anything that lends itself to exposing those matters that run counter to freedom, biblical principles and the preservation of America as the greatest country the world’s ever seen.
Her publication credits include the Blaze, the Washington Times, the Washington Examiner, the Heritage Foundation, the Heartland Institute, Lifezette, PamelaGeller.com and more. She has made hundreds of appearances on national and local television and radio (including Fox News, C-SPAN, CBN and Michael Savage), and in person at various forums and events, to discuss politics and culture, the role of Christianity in government, media bias and limited government principles.
Ohio State Director & General Counsel
Proclaiming Justice to the Nations
Mr. Goldstein is a 30-year veteran of the United States Navy. His experience was an officer in the intelligence community. He graduated from Michigan State University majoring in History and Economics as well law school. He has been an education advocate for many years.
Northwest Ohio Classical Academy
Founding School Board Member
Hour 2 with special guest Kathleen Sallah
Kathleen has been married 47 years and is the mother of 3 girls and grandmother of 3. She was born in Louisville, KY as her father was a graduate of West Point and consequently spent most of her early years on bases around the world. Kathleen was educated in the Catholic School system and graduated from Central Catholic High School in Toledo, Oh. She helped launch a national program called For the Fit of It based in Dallas, TX. This was a program that taught women how to fit commercial sewing patterns and adjust them to fit their body. She is currently the managing partner of Sallah Properties which concentrates on student housing and over 55 rentals and is also involved in many commercial property ventures.
As a founding school board member for NOCA, Kathleen's responsibilities include managing the facilities for a growing student enrollment.
Contact Chief of Staff is David Shostal
Randy Hillier (born 1958) is an activist and politician in Ontario, Canada. He is currently an independent MPP, but was elected as a Progressive Conservative MPP for Lanark—Frontenac—Kingston during the 2018 Ontario general election, having previously represented Lanark—Frontenac—Lennox and Addington from 2007 to 2018.
Hillier is a licensed construction electrician with a diploma in electrical engineering technology from Algonquin College and former employee of the Canadian federal government. He lives near Perth, Ontario. Hillier was a candidate in the 2009 provincial PC leadership election and the interim leadership election in 2014. Hillier has formerly served as the PC critic for the Attorney General, Labour, Northern Development, and Mines and Forestry in the provincial legislature.
In 2003, Hillier co-founded and served as the first president of the Lanark Landowners' Association. He then assisted in creation of local landowner groups in other parts of Ontario, modelled on the Lanark Landowners. In 2006, he became the first president of the 15,000-member Ontario Landowners Association (OLA), an umbrella group for these groups. The OLA was formed "...to preserve and protect the rights of property owners and to enshrine property rights within the Constitution of Canada and the laws of the Province of Ontario."
Under Hillier's leadership, the landowners' groups initially engaged in acts of civil disobedience, including blocking highways, barricading government offices, staging illegal deer hunts, and publicly breaking laws that the landowners regarded as unjust. This was primarily done as a tactic to draw media attention to perceived injustices, and thereby to pressure the provincial government to amend the laws or at least enforce them in a manner less injurious to the interests of rural landowners.
Hillier has explained the illegal actions of the landowners as follows:
I believe in non-violent civil disobedience. I believe when a law or rule is blatantly wrong it is a part of our democratic process to challenge that law. At times civil disobedience is used to illustrate and further bring attention to the absurdity.
In 2007, when he was seeking election to the provincial legislature, Hillier was challenged to justify his participation four years earlier in an illegal deer hunt. He responded by stating,
I sent [Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty an email containing] a picture of a dead deer saying the people of Lanark County were removing nuisance deer because the Liberal government had revoked those licences [for farmers to shoot deer that were eating their crops]. I did it four years ago... and I would do it again because I will not stand for injustice and I will not stand for farmers to be put into bankruptcy.
As well as acts of civil disobedience, the landowners conducted demonstrations at Queen's Park and Parliament Hill. Hillier's ability to attract media notice through the use of attention-grabbing rhetoric and tactics prompted one television commentator to describe him as "Don Cherry in plaid and rubber boots." On one occasion in 2006, Hillier was arrested and detained (but not charged) for trespassing during a protest at a water quality meeting in Cornwall.
After the creation of the OLA in 2006, acts of civil disobedience were replaced by attempts to influence the political system by more traditional means. Landowner-endorsed candidates ran for municipal office in many rural municipalities in the 2006 Ontario municipal elections. Hillier and other members of the OLA began to appear as witnesses before parliamentary hearings into issues affecting rural areas.[a]
Hillier is the author of numerous editorials on a wide range of policy issues. Between 2003 and 2010, he contributed 11 articles to Le Québécois Libre, a bilingual libertarian online journal that was published in Montreal until 2010.
Beginning in 2006, Hillier was co-publisher and co-editor of the OLA's official organ, The Landowner magazine (known since September 2019 as Landowner Voices) which is published bi-monthly. Hillier used to publish an editorial in each issue of The Landowner.
Source & footnotes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randy_Hillier
Ohio House of Representatives - 65th district
Hour 2 with special guest Randy Hillier and Ohio Rep. John Becker
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Becker has also served as a Republican State Central Committee and Clermont County Republican Central Committee member and is a tax accountant and utility consultant. He is married with two children.
Becker claims to be the most conservative politician in the Ohio legislature.
Source & footnotes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Becker_(politician)
MNRT 11-30-20 Hour 2 with special guest Jimma McWilson and Tom Z
Contact Jimma McWilson
Here is the letter which Mr. McWilson sent to Ohio BOE member Johnson.
TO: Meryle Johnson, Elected Black Member, Ohio Board of Education
DATE: November 18, 2020
FROM: Jimma McWilson, Campaign for African American Achievement
SUBJECT: Ohio Devaluing 278,000 Black Students by Lowering Academic Expectations/Goals from 77 to 63.4 for Black Students and Increasing White Academic Expectations/Goals up to 86.3 from 77.
Dear Board Member Johnson,
It has come to our attention that you supported the State Superintendent and State Board’s Lowering Academic Expectations / Goals to 63.4 in 2018, for Black African Descendant students in the State of Ohio – down from 77 in 2017. Our understanding is that this was done so that it would be easier for teachers, administrators, Schools and Districts to meet theirGAP Closing measure on the State test.
According to NAACP President George Freeman, Jr., Youngstown/Mahoning County, you also stated, to members of the Youngstown School Board, Saturday, November 15, 2020, that “ it is unrealistic to have the same requirements for black students and white; expectations that Black students can’t reach.”
President Freeman also indicated you sent him an email stating the following “do you want the same expectations set for all students in a State in which funding is determined by property values? This is unfair.”
63.4 is the lowest “State” Academic Expectations/Goals For Any Racial Group In The Last 22 Years
If the above is your position and the statements attributed to you are true, please respond to the following questions:
1) Do You Support Inferior Academic Expectations/Goals for Black Students and Superior Academic Expectations for White Students?
2) Do you believe, as a Black Educator of 40 years, that the White Supremacist is correct – when they state that Black students are Academically Inferior and cannot compete with White students?
3) Do you Believe the U.S. Supreme Court was wrong when it called upon all states, who provide the opportunity of an education, “must do so on Equal Terms?
4) Do you believe Racial Academic Segregation in Integrated Schools should be codified in law?
5) Do you believe the U. S. Congress and President were wrong to pass Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act – which prevents Federal Funds from being used to deny someone their Equal 14th Amendments Rights on the basis of Race?
6) Do you believe it would be legal for any teacher to tell a student, I expect less of you because you are Black?
7) What would you tell a Black Parent if their White or Black Teacher told them they have Inferior Academic Expectations/Goals for their child because they are Black and behind?
8) What would a White/Black Coach tell her/his Black Players, in the Fourth Quarter, if they were behind – would they say, I do not expect you to win because you are Black?
9) Do you know the historical reasons why Black Children are behind in the Free State of Ohio?
10) Are you aware that Free Public Education, based on property taxes, was started by the State Legislature for White students in 1825 and there was NO Free Public Education for Black Students until 1831?
Contextually, this legislated 6-year GAP was intentional, legal, and based on the Black Codes legislated in 1804 and 1807. There has been no remedy for the harm caused by the State in the past or present. The GAP remains and violates Brown v. Board and Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
In These Perilous Times, Your Comments Can Project Us Forward Or Backward.
This Is The Beginning Of Our Montgomery 1955 Desegregation of Academic Education Movement in 2020.
The Struggle Continues And We must Prevail For Our Children!
Please respond to all on this email. Your public statement, as an Elected Official, will be shared via our next State Zoom Summit - December 4, 2020, 11AM to 1PM. You will be invited.
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Thomas Renz, Attorney
Hour 2 with Special Guest Tom Renz
Lawsuit was filed August 31, 2020, in the Federal Court of Northern District of Ohio (Toledo). See complaint and evidence documents, press releases, all of DeWine's orders since March, 2020, press coverage, attorney bios here: https://www.ohiostandsup.org/faqs
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Linda is the author of Prosperity 101. She also hosts a podcast called Prosperity 101. Here is the link to the podcast site. https://prosperity101.com
About Prosperity 101 Podcasts:
As a business owner, do you ever wish your employees understood the economic challenges you face as a job provider? Do you see them pulled towards public policies that will negatively impact your business and their jobs? Through interviews with nationally known thought leaders, policy experts, and small business owners across the country, listeners are encouraged, empowered, and equipped to educate employees on the economic realities of job creation and the benefits and responsibilities of living in a free society. This can lead to increased employee loyalty, engagement, and retention, and to an increase in civic awareness. The podcast series is created and hosted by Linda J. Hansen, an experienced political and business strategist, consultant, coach, author, and speaker. Connecting Boardroom to Breakroom™ and Policy to Paychecks™, the podcast and all Prosperity 101™ materials are designed for business leaders who care about prosperity for their employees, their business, and our country. You will learn something new from each exciting guest and you will be motivated to speak up for the principles that make our nation prosperous.
11-16-20 Hour 2 with Special Guest Andrew Whitney
Product website: https://myoleander.com
Andrew Whitney from Phoenix Biotechnology will talk about Oleander-4x and COVID-19. You may recall Mike Lindell talking about this therapeutic a couple of months ago.
A Facebook post from Secretary Ben Carson is creating a buzz on social media after he credited a “very powerful therapeutic” for his quick recovery from COVID-19. He’s talking about Oleander-4x. The homeopathic product was rolled out to the public by Phoenix Biotechnology, Inc. in October.
Oleander-4x is an all-natural homeopathic product, which comes from a unique botanical extract from the leaves of the oleander plant.
Phoenix Biotechnology Vice Chairman and Director Andrew Whitney would love to talk about how their product works, the common misconceptions and their quest to have a drug product granted additional trials (since Phase I and II FDA testing on their drug product have already shown it to be safe).
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Erwin Lo, MD, is a neurosurgeon at Spinetech, a neurosurgery, neurology, and pain center practice with offices in Beaumont, Conroe, Nederland, and Houston, Texas. With more than 24 years of medical experience, he is always excited to take on new challenges in pursuit of providing lasting pain relief.
Dr. Lo’s interest in the human nervous system began at DePaul University Graduate College in Chicago, Illinois, where he earned a Master of Science degree in Biology. He then enrolled in Rush Medical College in Chicago, Illinois, where he received his medical degree.
In addition to publishing numerous research articles in reputable scientific journals, Dr. Lo completed medical residencies at both Rush Medical College and the University of Texas before serving the Beaumont and Conroe communities as a board-certified neurosurgeon.
Prior to joining the Spinetech team, Dr. Lo spent 11 years with Triangle Neurocare, LLP, in Beaumont, Texas, perfecting his skills in individualized treatment plans, performing innovative minimally invasive procedures, and implementing neurosurgical interventions and peripheral nerve surgeries in the practice.
At Spinetech, Dr. Lo specializes in customized back pain and spinal cord injury treatments. He is currently accepting new patients.
Neurological Surgery Residency
July 1997-May 2002
Univ of TX Medical Branch, Galveston, TX; Univ of TX M.D Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX; Univ of TX Health Science Center, Hermann Hospital Houston, TX
General Surgery Internship
University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
Sept 1991 – June 1996;
Rush Medical College, Chicago, IL; Research:
July 1993 – June 1994
Research Fellowship, Neuro Pharmacology;
Sept 1988 – June 1994
Rush University Graduate College, Chicago, IL
Master’s Degree, Biology;
Sept 1986 – June 1988
Depaul Univ Graduate College, Chicago, IL.
EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS
Brain and Spine Center of Southeast Texas, LLP Beaumont, Texas
11/2013 – Present
Golden Triangle Neurocare, LLP Neurology Specialist with Neurosurgical Group
7/2002 – 11/2013
Neurology Associates Neurology Specialist Beaumont, Texas
7/1998 – 6/2002
Spinal-pelvic fixation using Galveston rods in a patient with post-traumatic lumbo-sacral instability: Case presentation and review of literature submitted for publication.
Pharmacological manipulation of striatal-derived neurotrophic factors supported by NIH grant; Articles published in Neurology 40:402(5-1), Neurology 41:324 (S-l), Prog. Brain Res 82:693, Exp. Neurol. 114:28 1989-1995
Evaluation of neurotrophic activity in human cerebrospinal fluid: supported by The United Parkinson Foundation; Published in Exp. Neurol. 125 (1994)
Pharmacokinetics of levodopa in patients with Parkinson's disease; Supported by Boehriger- Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals (1991)
Drug-induced alterations in Striatal Neurotrophic Activity; Society for Neuroscience, 24th annual meeting, November, 1994, Miami, FL
Old and new dopamine agonists in Parkinson's disease European Association for Clinical Neuropharmacology, December, 1993, Psa, Italy
Temporal patterns of haloperidol-induced growthpromoting activity; society for Neuroscience 23rd annual meeting, November, 1993, Washington, D. C.
Interieukin-lbeta and sciatic nerve effects on neuronal differentiation; Society for Neuroscience 22nd annual meeting, Oct. 1991, New Orleans, LA
Effects of CNS-acting drugs on the production of striatal-derived neurotrophic factor; society for Neuroscience 21st annual meeting, Oct. 1991, New Orleans, LA.
Neurotrophic factors in Parkinson's disease Society for Neuroscience 20th annual meeting, Oct. 1990, St. Louis MO.
CERTIFICATIONS & AWARDS
Successfully completed USMLE Steps 1,2,3 Texas Medical License March, 1997
Board Certified, Neurology, Fall, 1999
Frank Yatsu Award (Outstanding Resident)