If you are at all interested in your liberty to keep exercising your constitutional rights as a US citizen, don’t miss this rally. It’s not just about taxes. It’s about what your state and local governments are doing, and when I found out about it, I had trouble believing it. You may also learn things you’ll have trouble believing, but they come straight from the “horse’s mouth.” Assemblywoman Shannon Grove will, for example, tell you about what goes on in the California Assembly and how your tax dollars are being wasted. She will tell you about her initiative to make California Assembly and Senate a part-time legislature. This woman is a fireball, and for sure she will keep you awake — even if we do have warm weather on Sunday.
This event is Sunday, April 15, at the Atascadero Sunken Gardens, from 1-3 in the afternoon. Bring a chair, and signs, if you have any, to express your point of view. Don’t forget your water bottle.
Other speakers include Tana Ambrose of Atascadero, speaking on United Nation’s Agenda 21, Rick Oltman from San Francisco, who will address illegal immigration and Nathan Maas, a North County high school history teacher, and Matt Kokkonen, who will talk about the debt and unfunded pension liabilities. Voting is important, but being an informed voter is even more important if you want your vote to bring about the right kind of change. This is your chance to get informed.