Summer Schedule for Tea Time Meetings:
Thursday, 7/26: Mills River Restaurant, 4467 Boylston Hwy,;Mills River, NC: Next Meeting: Thursday, 7/26.
Regular Thursday meetings resume beginning, 8/2: IHOP, 229 Airport Road, Arden, NC
There are other events happening we will be attending. Please see Event Calendar here. (Leadership training/ Gun show/meet and greets)
But please, continue to act on our the Action Alerts: call, email and engage on social media. We have critical legislation that will change the course of the nation. Be part of the solution. Not part of the problem!
Why is the Goodlatte-Dehman-Ryan Amnesty bill so bad???
The bill defines DACA as 'nonimmigrants.' The Compromise legislation (version 6/19/18, 2:35pm) states that the new category for "DACA", "contingent nonimmigrant," are not to be considered "qualified alien." (See p183, line 11-17.)
DACA will automatically be eligible under PRWORA for State level public benefits (including professional licenses like notary stamps) in-state tuitions, etc. with their defined status of "Nonimmigrant." (see p158, line 19-21.) and refer to (p 508 Â§1621(a)(2))
(PRWORA: The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 is a United States federal law considered to be a major welfare reformAnd, it gets way worse ... Please see info below and then pick up the phone!
- Heritage Action This week: From Melody Clark, our Mid Atlantic Regional Coordinator: (Act on Federal Spending and Healthcare)
Priority in Senate
The House passed the Trump administration's initial request to rescind nearly $15 billion in wasteful federal spending (H.R. 3). Heritage Action key voted the bill, which passed 210-206 despite zero Democrat support and the objection of 19 House Republicans. This would not have been possible without you.
The Senate will now vote on the Trump administration’s rescission request this week to cut spending by nearly $15 billion (H.R.3).. Sen. Mike Lee has reportedly gathered the 20 signatures needed to force a floor vote to discharge the bill from the Appropriations Committee.
Please call Senator Tillis (202) 224 6342 and Senator Burr (202) 224 3154 and urge them to support and pass the rescission bill. As a reminder, only a simple majority in the Senate is needed to pass rescissions.
Senate Republicans ought to follow the House in passing this historic rescission request and get it to the President Trump's desk, proving to conservatives and voters across the country that they can exercise fiscal restraint.
Our annual We Read The Constitution Event is Saturday, September 15th at Fletcher Park in Fletcher from noon to 3PM. Free event and open to the public . Congressman Mark Meadows will be our special guest. Stay tuned for the exciting details.
GLOCK 43 RAFFLE HERE
Help us to continue to aggravate liberals and their failed progressive policies while supporting constitutional candidates and sending a message to the gun grabbers.
"The right to bear arms shall not be "infringed.
Glock 43 Gun Raffle is underway.
Also tickets in person ...
At Fruitful Seasons, Pistol Packin gun store, 1927 Spartanburg Hwy, Unit 20, Hendersonville, NC 28792
At PF Custon Guns, 18 Sunset Drive, Asheville, North Carolina 28806
And at Tea Time Thursdays!
WE THE PEOPLE ... WE'RE BACK .... Tees and More!
Support the 210th National Guard Unit Henderson, Transylvania, Sylva, & Murphy.
Now through August, 2018 Donations also welcome for shipping costs! Sponsored by WNC Vet Council.
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