Call to ACTION – Contact our legislators

At a cost of $50,000 per day to hold the Special Session in Santa Fe, there is a lot
of work to be done. However, Speaker Ben Lujan and the Democrats are dragging
their feet. They have met for an average of three hours per day. One day they
met for 20 minutes! They do not want to pass the Agenda, including no driver’s
licenses for illegals and putting a stop to “social promotion” which send a
child to the next grade even though they cannot do the work, so they are trying
to run out the time allotted for the Special Session.

New Mexico is near to last in many categories, including education, business friendliness, high school graduation, best place to live, etc. A new report shows that New Mexico is third in the nation in paying improper unemployment benefits (30% to the tune of $104 million) and fourth in unemployment fraud.  WHY? Are we just uneducated, country bumpkins that can’t get our act together? NO! It is our leadership, particularly those in the Legislature in Santa Fe, who have caused many of these problems and refused to act on real solutions. It is our state, our businesses, our
money, and they are accountable to us, to we the people of New Mexico.

Their actions must change!

The NM Conservative Coalition has put together a ten-step plan that Tea Parties and
Patriot groups all over the state are implementing, and we ask you join us. Why
should these people be in office? Let’s let them know that they won’t be for
long if they don’t change their ways now.

CALL TO ACTION
NM Conservative Coalition

1)  Complain about this slow pace to the Attorney General. When confronted about
their feet-dragging one legislator in the Democrat Party claimed, “we have
meetings in private where the work gets done”. Really? Meetings without the Republicans? What about the Open Meetings Act which requires them, BY LAW, to meet openly so the public can see what is done?

Contact NM Attorney General Gary King
Call or fax the AG:
Phone: (505) 827-6000 Fax: (505) 827-5826

Write to him via snail mail:
Gary King, Attorney
General,
408 Galisteo Street, Villagra Building
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501

2) Write a letter to the editor of your local newspapers.

3) Make phone calls to Legislators, starting with Speaker Lujan’s
office.

4) Send emails to the legislators in Santa Fe. Get your kids and grandkids and
friends and neighbors to call and write to them too.

5) Call in to talk radio shows in your area to discuss the feet-dragging by the NM
Legislature

6) Post comments on Facebook/your blog site/website

7) Tweet comments on Twitter

8) Make comments online in the comment area anywhere that you see this issue
mentioned

9) Spread the ten-step plan to others: at church/ at your veteran groups/homeschoolers/Republican groups/etc. and ask them
to join in

10) Come to Santa Fe. Attend Session Meetings. Also, while there, protest in person
to the legislators in Santa Fe. Tweet what you see or the response you receive
to spread the word.

Contact the NM Legislators:

List: NM Legislator list
PDF file: NM Legislators_2011
Excel file: NMLegislators 2011 contact

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Video of We The People Rally

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We The People Rally 2

We The People Rally 2

Terry Q. at KKOB invited Therese Cooper and Sylvia Bokor 
to come again tomorrow, Sunday, September 4 for another interview.

Today, Saturday, Sept 3, we had a lot of very good calls and comments with
some wonderfully intense discussion about driver’s licenses for
illegal immigrants and the Sept. 6 Rally.

Tomorrow Sylvia plans to expand on the damage that the law allowing driver’s
licenses for illegal immigrants is doing to New Mexico on two fronts: The threat
to citizen’s security that threatens our well-being, and the enormous welfare
expenses that are draining New Mexicans’ pocketbooks.

Tune in and join the discussion:  Weekends with Terrie Q. Sayre on 770 KKOB; Call-in numbers: 243-3333 or 800-460-0770

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2012: Not just an election, it’s a Restraining Order!

2012, it's not just an election, it's a restraining order

 

 

 

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Around the State

Dear New Mexicans,   — 2 items —
Not to let statewide organizations feel left out, I’m listing some of their
meetings below.  Wherever you live in NM, you can join these
organizations—county Republican Party, Tea Party and other patriot
groups—and get to know one another to prepare for the 2012 effort.
Of special interest are—May 13 and May 27 respectively—Heather
Wilson’s Meet& Greet and Susana’s dinner invitations, notices of which I
received this A.M.  Both are public events organized by the Taos GOP and are
being broadcast on Facebook. See details below.
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1. Albuquerque — Additional
meetings:
May 11, Wednesday, Metro Federated Republican Women, 11:30
AM, Season’s, 2031 Mountain Rd NW.  $22. Contact: Carol Brusca at 250-2117 or carolbrusca@yahoo.com
May 14, Saturday, Janice Arnold-Jones’ Office Hours, 9:00
AM – 11:00 AM, Southwest Secondary Learning Center, 10301 Candelaria Rd NE–at
Morris intersection.  Contact: Janice at 379-0902 or conspiracybrews@aol.com
Change of venue notice
May 19, Thursday, 11:30 AM  Zia Federated Republican Women
Meeting,  Four Hills Country Club, 911 Four Hills Rd. SE. Contact: Gwen Poe,
505-247-1533.  [Editor’s Note: Thanks to Clyde Wheeler for
update.]
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2. State wide events:
Anytime:  YouTube presentation from the Thorntons.  It’s
said to be aimed at the youth in America, and at Tea Party supporters.  You are
welcomed to send the link to others in your community.
[Editor’s Note: I’ve not seen the video.]
May 10, Tuesday — Ruidoso
Republican Party of Lincoln
County meeting, 6:00 PM dinner, 6:30 PM speaker, Cree Meadows Restaurant, 301
Country Club Drive, Ruidoso. RSVP preferred to rsvp@rplcnm.org. Contact: Roger Allen at chair@rplcnm.org
May 10, Tuesday — Clovis
Republican Women of Curry
County meeting, 11:30 AM, Dakota Steakhouse, Clovis.  Contact: LaQuita Terry at
(575) 762-2885.
May 10, Tuesday — Tucumcari
Republican Party of Quay
County Meeting, 6:00 PM, Quality Inn, 3716 E Tucumcari Blvd, Tucumcari.
Contact: Bill Menges at (575) 461-3460 or bmenges@hotmail.com
May 10, Tuesday — Espanola
Republican Party of Rio
Arriba County, 6:30 PM,  RPRAC County Headquarters, Espanola. Contact: Theresa
Martinez at tgmartinez@lanl.gov
May 11, Wednesday — Silver City
Republican Party of
Grant County, 7:00 PM, Red Barn Restaurant, 708 Hwy 180 E, Silver City. Contact:
Ron Henderson at ron_8391_kay@cybermesa.com
May 12, Thursday — Willard
Republican Party of
Torrance County, 6:30 PM,  Community Center, Willard, Contact: Rick Lopez at
384-0519 or pxsandman@aol.com
May 13,  Friday — Taos
Meet&Greet U.S. Senate Candidate Heather Wilson, 4:00 PM, Ranchos de
Taos, 101 Stakeout Drive. Contact Facebook to RSVP http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=184371641615295
May 13, Friday — Combined Sandoval & Bernalillo
Counties
San-Bern Federated Republican Women, 11:15 AM, Chamisa Hills Country
Club,500 Country Club Drive, Rio Rancho. Contact: Ellen Palmer at
890-5895.
May 14, Saturday — Las Cruces
Republican Party of
Dona Ana County Central Committee, eat at 8:00 AM, meeting at 9:00 AM Furr’s
Buffet, Griggs Avenue, just off Triviz, Las Cruces  Contact: darp@comcast.net or (575) 526-1332.
May 14, Saturday — Deming
Republican Party of Luna
County meeting, 10:00 AM, Airport, East Pine Street, Deming. Contact: Dan Kujat
at (575) 494-2658 or thelmadan@netscape.net
May 16,  Monday — Elephant Butte
Republican Party of
Sierra County meeting, 6:00 PM, Turtleback Club Restaurant, Elephant Butte.
Contact: Coleen Greer at 505-239-8285 or 575-894-0303 or coleengreer114@hotmail.com
May 17, Tuesday — Santa Fe
Republican Party of Santa
Fe County members strategy meeting, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM, Santa Fe Women’s Club
auditorium, 1616 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe.  Contact: Christine Williams, rpsfc@gmail.com
May 18, Wednesday — Roswell
Chaves County Republican
Women meeting, Noon, Roswell Regional Hospital, 117 E 19th Street, Roswell.
$8.50 for optional buffet lunch. Reservations required. RSVP & Contact: chavescounty.republicanwomen@gmail.com
May 19, Thursday — Carlsbad
Republican Women’s Club
of Carlsbad, 12:00 Noon – 1:00 PM, Carlsbad Pizza Inn, 1210 W Pierce Street.
Contact: Kristin Pope at (575) 302-6755 or dougkristinpope@hotmail.com

May 26, Thursday — Hobbs
Republican Women of Lea
County meeting, Noon, Ranchers Steakhouse, Hobbs. Contact: Ann at (575) 393-6020
or kabatson@windstream.net

May 26, Thursday — Hobbs
Republican Party of Lea
County, 6:30 PM, RP County HQ, 1776 N Turner, Hobbs. A meal is served before the
meeting so please RSVP..Contact: www.learepublicans.com or Ann at (575)
393-6020 or kabatsonb@windstream.net
May 26, Thursday — Alamogordo
Republican Party of
Otero County meeting, 6:30 PM, Pepper’s Grill, 3200 N White Sands Blvd,
Alamogordo. Contact: Sassy at (575) 443-1195 or Rocky Galassini at rockygalassini@yahoo.com
May 26, Thursday — Clovis
High Plains Patriots
meeting, 7:00 PM , Master’s Conference Room, 810 East 21st St., Clovis. Contact:
www.highplainspatriots.com
May 27, Friday— Las Cruces
Dona Ana County Federated
Republican Women meeting, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM, Good Samaritan Village, Creative
Arts Room, lower meal charge $8 each. RSVP. Contact: Catherine Fuller at (575)
527-5574 or cat.fuller@comcast.net
May 27, Friday— Taos
Dinner with the Governor. Reception 6:30 PM. Dinner 7:30 PM.
Sagebrush Inn, Taos.  Dinner $25.00.  Contact Facebook to RSVP. http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=209907135698214
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Official and unofficial Republican and Family-Friendly events

Cindy’s List
Official and unofficial
Republican and Family-Friendly events
Spotlight on Bernalillo
County:
RPBC office is located at
8100 Mountain Rd NE, Suite 102. Contact: 265-0981. Chairman Chris Collins, 1st
Vice Chair Rhead Story, 2nd Vice Chair Colin Hunter, Secretary Winnie Schmidt,
Treasurer John Kubiak. http://www.bcgop.org
Potential Republican
Candidates for Office 2012
Should your name be listed
here? Where’s our future without you?
President: (only declared
candidates and those exploring candidacy are listed; however, several other
candidates have not yet officially declined to join this race like Giuliani,
Huckabee, Trump and Palin)
Herman Cain
Newt Gingrich
Gary Johnson
Fred Karger
Andy Martin
Jimmy McMillan
Roy Moore
Ron Paul
Tim Pawlenty
Buddy Roemer
Mitt Romney
Rick Santorum
Ole Savior
United States Senate (from
NM):
Bill English
John Sanchez
Heather Wilson
United States House of
Representatives (from NM), District 1:
Janice
Arnold-Jones
Dan Lewis
PRC, District
1:
Ward Camp
NM House District
25:
Jennifer Thornburg
jetmom7@hotmail.com
All events are in the
Albuquerque area unless another county is noted.
In blue = new one-time
events or new information for regular events.
This edition has events that
occur every week at the end of the List.
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Special Events
Monday, May 9th
(Santa Fe
County)
SFFRW Luncheon
11:30 am – 1 pm @ Inn at
Loretto Inn & Spa, Santa Fe
This month’s speaker is our
Secretary of State Dianna Duran. Last meeting until September. The Santa Fe
Federated Republican Women normally meet on the 2nd Monday of every month
(except July and August). Cost is $22. Advance payment is preferred. Socialize
until noon. The Inn and Spa at Loretto is located at 211 Old Santa Fe Trail in
the city of Santa Fe. Please RSVP. Contact: SantaFeFRW@gmail.com or Frances
Fernandes, President, at (505) 795-1109
(Lincoln County)
RPLCNM Monthly
Meeting
6 pm @ Cree Meadows
Restaurant, Ruidoso
The Republican Party of
Lincoln County meets on the 2nd Monday of every month. Dinner is at 6 pm; the
speaker is at 6:30 pm. The meeting will be held at Cree Meadows Restaurant (301
Country Club Drive, Ruidoso) in the city of Ruidoso. RSVP preferred to
rsvp@rplcnm.org. Contact: Roger Allen at chair@rplcnm.org
Tuesday, May 10th
(San Juan
County)
CWA Morning Meeting
9:30 am @ Emmanuel Baptist
Church, Farmington
Concerned Women for America
have a morning prayer action meeting today. This is a regularly scheduled event
on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. The location is Emmanuel Baptist Church in the
city of Farmington. Contact: director@newmexico.cwfa.org
(Curry County)
Republican Women of Curry
County Meeting
11:30 am @ Dakota
Steakhouse, Clovis
The Republican Women of
Curry County meet on the second Tuesday of each month. The location is the
Dakota Steakhouse in the city of Clovis. New Contact: LaQuita Terry at (575)
762-2885.
(Quay County)
RPQC Meeting
6 pm @ Quality Inn,
Tucumcari
The Republican Party of Quay
County meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month. The Quality Inn is located at
3716 E Tucumcari Blvd in the city of Tucumcari. The new contact is: Bill Menges
at (575) 461-3460 or bmenges@hotmail.com
(Rio Arriba
County)
RPRAC Executive Committee
Meeting
6:30 pm @ RPRAC HQ,
Espanola
The Republican Party of Rio
Arriba County meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month. The location is the
County Headquarters in the city of Espanola. Contact: Theresa Martinez at
tgmartinez@lanl.gov
(San Juan
County)
CWA Evening Meeting
7:30 pm @ Los Hermanitos,
Farmington
Concerned Women for America
have an evening prayer action meeting today. This is a regularly scheduled event
on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. The location is Los Hermanitos in the city of
Farmington. Contact: director@newmexico.cwfa.org
Wednesday, May 11th
RIBN Meeting
11 am – 1 pm @
Cooperage
Republicans in Business
Network invite you to bring a friend and business cards. RIBN meets about every
other week. Eat for the first hour and meet for the second. Cooperage is located
on Lomas near Louisiana. Contact: Tony Olmi at 410-0724 or Frank Ruvolo at
604-4803
Metro FRW
Meeting
11:30 am @ Season’s
The Metro Federated
Republican Women will meet for lunch on the 2nd Wednesday of odd numbered
months. The cost is $22. Season’s is located at 2031 Mountain Rd NW. Contact:
Carol Brusca at 250-2117 or carolbrusca@yahoo.com
Tax Tips for Real Estate
Professionals
Noon @ Liberty Tax
Service
This is a lunch and learn
meeting hosted by Kimberley Pierce. Liberty Tax Service is located at 9370 Coors
Blvd NW #400. Contact: Kimberley Pierce on Facebook
New Mexicans 4 Limited
Government
5:30 pm – 7 pm @ Village
Inn
This conservative group
meets on the 2nd and the 4th Wednesdays of every month. Although a non-partisan
group, this certainly is a plank in our platform. The meetings are held at 4700
Lincoln Rd.
(Grant County)
RPGC Meeting
7 pm @ Red Barn Restaurant,
Silver City
The Republican Party of
Grant County meets on the 2nd Wednesday of every month. The Red Barn Restaurant
is located at 708 Hwy 180 E in Silver City. Contact: Ron Henderson at
ron_8391_kay@cybermesa.com
Thursday, May 12th
Nob Hill Neighborhood
Association
6:30 pm @ Immanuel
Presbyterian Church
The Nob Hill Neighborhood
Association Board Meeting is the 2nd Thursday of each month. Neighborhood
Association meetings are a great place for political hopefuls to drop in on.
Immanuel Presbyterian Church is located at 114 Carlisle SE. Contact: Kelli
Burkinshaw at kburki@riseup.net
(Torrance
County)
RPTC Monthly
Meeting
6:30 pm @ Community Center,
Willard
The Republican Party of
Torrance County meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month. The location is the
community center in the town of Willard. Contact: Rick Lopez at 384-0519 or
pxsandman@aol.com
(Santa Fe
County)
MOPS (Mother’s of
Preschoolers)
7 pm @ Christian Life
Fellowship, Santa Fe
MOPS is where moms come to
encourage and grow with other moms. MOPS meets the 2nd Thursday of every month.
Free childcare is provided. Please call to register. Christian Life Fellowship
is located at 121 Siringo Road. Contact: (505) 984-1000
Friday, May 13th
(Sandoval
County)
San-Bern FRW Meeting
11:15 am @ Chamisa Hills
Country Club, Rio Rancho
The combined Sandoval &
Bernalillo County Federated Republican Women meet on the 2nd Friday of every
month (except in July & August) at 11:15. The Chamisa Hills Country Club is
located at 500 Country Club Drive in the city of Rio Rancho. New Contact: Ellen
Palmer at 890-5895
Saturday, May 14th
(Dona Ana
County)
RPDAC Meeting
8 am @ Furr’s Buffet, Las
Cruces
The DARP Central Committee
meetings are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month. Eat at 8 am and the meeting
will begin at 9 am. Furr’s Buffet is located on Griggs Avenue, just off Triviz,
in the city of Las Cruces. Contact: darp@comcast.net or (575)
526-1332
(Rio Arriba
County)
Rummage Sale for Youth
Camp
8 am – 5 pm @ Apostolic
Lighthouse Church, Espanola
The rummage sale is to help
the church youth camp fund. The Apostolic Lighthouse Church is located at 320
Calle Chavez in the city of Espanola. Contact: 505-747-2709
(Grant County)
FRW Meeting
9:30 am @ Red Barn
Restaurant, Silver City
The local Federated
Republican Women’s group meets on the 2nd Saturday of every month. The Red Barn
Restaurant is located at 708 Hwy 180 E in Silver City. Contact: Pam Pinson at
Pamela@gilanet.com
(Sandoval
County)
RPSC Central Committee
Meeting
9:30 am @ behind 1st
Baptist, Rio Rancho
The Republican Party of
Sandoval County normally meets on the 2nd Saturday of the month. All registered
Republicans are welcome to attend. The location is behind First Baptist Church
of Rio Rancho, 1909 Grande Blvd (across from Intel) in the city of Rio Rancho.
All registered Republicans welcome. Contact: Doug Thomas at 896-0479 or
douginrrnm@yahoo.com
(Luna County)
RPLC Meeting
10 am @ Airport, Deming
The Republican Party of Luna
County meets on the 2nd Saturday of each month. The Deming Airport is located on
East Pine Street in the city of Deming. Contact: Dan Kujat at (575) 494-2658 or
thelmadan@netscape.net
(Santa Fe
County)
Lincoln Day Dinner
5 pm – 9 pm @ Vanessie,
Santa Fe
The Republican Party of
Santa Fe will have three announced Republican candidates for Senate (Heather
Wilson, Bill English and Greg Sowards) at this dinner. The cost is $100 per
person. Make checks payable to RPSFC, PO Box 31995, Santa Fe 87594. The Social
hour begins at 5 pm, followed by dinner, entertainment and awards at 7 pm.
Vanessie is located at 434 W San Francisco St (parking is on Water St). Contact:
Orlando Baca at secretary@santafecountyrepublicanparty.org or
471-5376
Monday, May 16th
(Sandoval
County)
Crosshairs for Christ
Meeting
6:30 pm @ Soul Rio, Rio
Rancho
The family-friendly hunting
organization, Crosshairs for Christ now meets on the 3rd Monday of every month.
Since the GOP is more in tune with the right to ‘arms’, this might be a good
place to plan to speak. The new location is the Soul Rio Church, 2003 Southern
Blvd SE, Suite 128-131 in the city of Rio Rancho. Contact: Lance Cherry at (505)
620-6883 or lance@crosshairsforchrist.org
(Sierra County)
RPSC Meeting
6 pm @ Turtleback Club
Restaurant, Elephant Butte
The Republican Party of
Sierra County meets on the 3rd Monday fo each month. The location is the
Turtleback Club Restaurant in the city of Elephant Butte. Contact: Coleen Greer
at 505-239-8285 or 575-894-0303 or coleengreer114@hotmail.com
Tuesday, May 17th
Bernalillo County Volunteer
Lunch
11 am – 1 pm @ Wecks on Juan
Tabo
On the 3rd Tuesday of every
month, a guest speaker will address all Republican volunteers of all kinds at a
lunch meeting. The only cost is to pay for whatever meal you purchase. The new
location is Wecks at 1105 Juan Tabo, west side of the street. Contact: Stephanie
Aldridge at saldridge@comcast.net or Billie Jo Crouse at billiecrouse@gmail.com
(Santa Fe
County)
RPSFC Monthly
Meeting
6 pm – 7:30 pm @ Women’s
Club, Santa Fe
The Republican Party of
Santa Fe County members gather to update and create strategy on the 3rd Tuesday
of every month (except June, July and August). Please meet in the auditorium of
the Santa Fe Women’s Club, which is located at 1616 Old Pecos Trail in the city
of Santa Fe. Contact: Christine Williams at rpsfc@gmail.com
(San Juan
County)
Farmington Blue Star Mothers
2
7 pm @ VFW Hall,
Farmington
On the 3rd Tuesday of every
month, the Blue Star Mothers gather again. Consider joining with them to get
boxes out to our troops. The meeting is held at the VFW Hall on Bloomfield Hwy.
Contact: http://www.nmbluestarmothers.org
Wednesday, May 18th
(Chaves County)
FRW Meeting
Noon @ Roswell Regional
Hospital, Roswell
The Chaves County Republican
Women meet on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. Lunch is $8.50 if you choose the
optional buffet. Reservations are needed. The hospital is located at 117 E 19th
Street in the city of Roswell. New Contact:
chavescounty.republicanwomen@gmail.com
(Santa Fe)
SF Liberty on the Rocks
Meeting
5 pm – 7 pm @ Rio Chama
Steakhouse, Santa Fe
The Rio Grande Foundation
welcomes you to the new Liberty on the Rocks meetings in Santa Fe on the 3rd
Wednesday of each month. Rio Chama is located at 414 Old Santa Fe Trail in the
city of Santa Fe. No Host Happy Hour. Full menu available. RSVP if possible, not
required. Contact: libertyontherocks@riograndefoundation.org
Ward 26 Meeting
6:30 pm @ IHOP
The official republican
meeting of all those living in Ward 26 (NM House District 26) takes place this
evening. All GOP friends and family members are welcome. The International House
of Pancakes restaurant is located on 7500 Menaul, just west of Pennsylvania.
Ideas for holding a ward event will be discussed. Contact: Larry Kennedy at
(505) 350-0977
Thursday, May 19th
Zia FRW Meeting
11 am @ Furr’s on Wyoming –
new location
The Zia Federated Republican
Women meet on the 3rd Thursday of every month. Furr’s is on Wyoming, just south
of Menaul. Contact: Lourdes Ruiz at 298-1570.
(Eddy County)
Republican Women’s Club of
Carlsbad
Noon – 1 pm @ Pizza Inn,
Carlsbad
The Eddy County Republican
Women’s group meets every 3rd Thursday of the month. Purchase your own pizza
buffet. The Carlsbad Pizza Inn is located at 1210 W Pierce Street in the city of
Carlsbad. Visitors are welcome. Contact: Kristin Pope at (575) 302-6755 or
dougkristinpope@hotmail.com
Liberty on the Rocks
Meeting
5 pm – 7 pm @
Vivace
The Rio Grande Foundation
welcomes you to a no-host Happy Hour on the 3rd Thursday of every month. Vivace
is located at 3118 Central Ave SE (in Nob Hill). RSVP if possible, not required.
Contact: libertyontherocks@riograndefoundation.org
(San Juan
County)
Liberty on the Rocks
Meeting
5 pm – 7 pm @ St Clair
Winery, Farmington
The Rio Grande Foundation
welcomes you to a no-host Happy Hour on the 3rd Thursday of every month. The
location is the San Juan room of the St Clair Winery, located at 5150 East Main
Street in the city of Farmington. RSVP if possible, not required. Contact:
libertyontherocks@riograndefoundation.org
(Sierra County)
RPSC Meeting
6 pm @ Hodges Restaurant,
Elephant Butte
On the 3rd Thursday of each
month, the Republican Party of Sierra County will be meeting. The location is
Hodges Restaurant in the city of Elephant Butte. Contact: 894-0303.
(Sandoval
County)
Blue Star Mothers
7 pm – 9 pm @ 1st Baptist
Church, Rio Rancho
The Blue Star Mothers meet
on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of every month. The meeting on the 1st Thursday is
a support meeting. The meeting on the 3rd Thursday is a business meeting. The
First Baptist Church is located at 3906 19th St (across from Intel) in the city
of Rio Rancho. Contact: nmbluestarmothers.org
Saturday, May 21st
RGV Blue Star Mothers
Meet
10 am @ Albuquerque Police
Academy
On the 3rd Saturday of every
month, the Blue Star Mothers of Albuquerque meet. They arrange for meeting
troops as they arrive at the airport. The police academy is located at 5412 2nd
Street NW (just south of Montano) Contact:
http://www.nmrgvbluestarmothers.org
Monday, May 23rd
(Lincoln
County)
FRWLC Meeting
11:30 am @ Cree Meadows,
Ruidoso
The Federated Republican
Women of Lincoln County meet on the 4th Monday of every month. The location is
Cree Meadows in the city of Ruidoso. Contact: Dolores Stevens for reservations
at 653-4379
Wednesday, May 25th
New Mexicans 4 Limited
Government
5:30 pm – 7 pm @ Village
Inn
This conservative group
meets on the 2nd and the 4th Wednesdays of every month. Although a non-partisan
group, this certainly is a plank in our platform. The meetings are held at 4700
Lincoln Rd.
Thursday, May 26th
AFRW Meeting
11:30 – 2 pm @ Tanoan
Country Club
Albuquerque Federated
Republican Women hold their meeting on the 4th Thursday of every month (except
in July and August). The Tanoan Country Club is located at 10801 Academy Rd NE.
Contact: Marianne Chiffelle at 256-1857 or pink1929@q.com
(Lea County)
Republican Women Meeting
Noon @ Ranchers Steakhouse,
Hobbs
The Republican Women of Lea
County meets on the 4th Thursday of every month. The location is the Ranchers
Steakhouse in the city of Hobbs. Contact: Ann at (575) 393-6020 or
kabatson@windstream.net
(Dona Ana
County)
LC Liberty on the Rocks
Meeting
5 pm – 7 pm @ Ceil
Levatino’s Home, Las Cruces
The Rio Grande Foundation
welcomes you to the new Liberty on the Rocks meetings in Las Cruces on the 4th
Thursday of every odd month. Ceil Levatino lives at 5406 Remington Rd in the
city of Las Cruces. Go south on Las Alturas, turn left on Tellbrook and then
right on Remington. RSVP if possible, not required. Contact:
libertyontherocks@riograndefoundation.org
(Lea County)
RPLC Meeting
6:30 pm @ HQ, Hobbs
The Republican Party of Lea
County meets on the 4th Thursday of every month (except November and December).
A meal is served before the meeting so please RSVP when you can. The location of
the county headquarters is 1776 N Turner in the city of Hobbs. Contact:
http://www.learepublicans.com or Ann at (575) 393-6020 or kabatsonb@windstream.net
(Otero County)
RPOC Monthly
Meeting
6:30 pm @ Pepper’s Grill,
Alamogordo
Republican Party of Otero
County meets the 4th Thursday of each month. Pepper’s Grill is located at 3200 N
White Sands Blvd in the city of Alamogordo. Contact: Sassy at (575) 443-1195 or
Rocky Galassini at rockygalassini@yahoo.com
(Curry County)
High Plains Patriots
meeting
7 pm @ The Master’s
Conference Room, Clovis
Anti-big government group
meets on the last Thursday of each month. The location is the Master’s
Conference Room, located at 810 East 21st Street in the city of Clovis. Contact:
http://www.highplainspatriots.com
Friday, May 27th
(Dona Ana
County)
DARP FRW Luncheon
11:30 am – 1 pm @ Good
Samaritan Village, Las Cruces
Dona Ana Counties Federated
Republican Women will meet for lunch on the 4th Friday of each month. This
luncheon will be held at the Good Samaritan Village in the Creative Arts Room
with a lower meal charge of $8 each. Please RSVP. Contact: Catherine Fuller at
(575) 527-5574 or cat.fuller@comcast.net
Saturday, May 28th
South Valley Citizens for
Common Sense
9 am – 10:30 @ Abuelita’s NM
Kitchen
This group meets the 4th
Saturday of every month. We got some of the deadweight out but we’ve more to do
for 2012. Abuelita’s New Mexican Kitchen is located at 6083 Isleta Blvd SW
(Pajarito & Isleta).
Wednesday, June 1st
FREE Museum Admission
9 am – 5 pm @ Albuquerque
Museum
There is a neat game for
kids like a treasure hunt for what they will see in the museum that is loaned
out at the front desk. On the first Wednesday of every month, admission is free
all day long at the museum. General admission is also free until 1 pm every
Sunday. The museum is located at 2000 Mountain Rd NW (Mountain & 19th
Street). These free days are year round. Contact: 243-7255.
(Otero County)
RWOOC Women’s
Lunch
11:30 am @ 19th Hole
Restaurant, Alamogordo
The Otero County Republican
Women meet on the 1st Wednesday of each month. 19th Hole Restaurant is located
at the Golf Course in the city of Alamogordo. New Contact: Grace Gonzalez at
437-5397
Thursday, June 2nd
(San Juan
County)
Four Corners FRW Meets
11:30 am @ San Juan Country
Club, Farmington
The Four Corners Federated
Republican Women meet on the 1st Thursday of every month. Price for lunch is
$13. The San Juan Country Club is located at 5775 Country Club Drive in the city
of Farmington. RSVP please. Contact: Jeanine at 320-9424 or
fourcornersfrw@gmail.com
Concerned Citizens for
Limited Government
7 pm – 8:30 pm @ Village
Inn
This conservative group
meets on the 1st and the 3rd Thursdays of every month. Although a non-partisan
group, this certainly is a plank in our platform. The meetings are held at the
Village Inn at 6390 Coors Blvd NW, between Montano & Paseo del Norte.
(Sandoval
County)
Blue Star Mothers
7 pm – 9 pm @ 1st Baptist
Church, Rio Rancho
The Blue Star Mothers meet
on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of every month. The meeting on the 1st Thursday is
a support meeting. The meeting on the 3rd Thursday is a business meeting. The
First Baptist Church is located at 3906 19th St (across from Intel) in the city
of Rio Rancho. Contact: nmbluestarmothers.org
Saturday, June 4th
Let Freedom
Sing
2 pm – 6 pm @ Veterans
Memorial
This is a fundraiser for the
Rio Grande Valley chapter of Blue Star Mothers. Items will be raffled off and
donations collected for the boxes they send to the troops. The Veterans Memorial
is located on the corner of Gibson and Louisiana. Contact: 328-4792
Monday, June 6th
(San Juan
County)
Farmington Blue Star Mothers
Meet
7 pm @ Civic Center,
Farmington
On the first Monday of every
month, the Blue Star Mothers gather. Consider joining with them to get boxes out
to our troops. The meeting is held at the Civic Center at 200 West Arrington
Street in the city of Farmington. Contact:
http://www.nmbluestarmothers.org
Tuesday, June 7th
(Curry County)
Central Committee
Meeting
6 pm @ Muffley’s Backroom,
Clovis
The Curry County Republican
Party has their meeting of Central Committee members on the first Tuesday of
each month. Muffley’s is located at 1430 Thornton Street in the city of Clovis.
Contact: Rube Render at 763-0658 or currycogop@actsnm.com
Thursday, June 23rd
(Dona Ana
County)
Lincoln Reagan
Dinner
7 pm @ NM Farm and Ranch
Museum,
The Republican Party of Dona
Ana County is hosting a Lincoln Reagan dinner. Governor Susana Martinez will be
attending. Tickets are available at party headquarters for $100 per person.
Contact: darp@comcast.net
Tuesday, August 23rd
(Santa Fe
County)
Club 54 Meeting
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm @ tba
The Santa Fe Federated
Republican Women’s Club 54 meets on the fourth Tuesday of February, April,
August and October (and other dates as events are planned). Contact:
santafefrw@gmail.com
Friday, September 30th
(Sandoval
County)
Inaugural Golf
Outing
6 pm @ Santa Ana Golf Club,
Bernalillo
The Republican Party of
Sandoval County and San/Bern Federated Republican Women are hosting this golf
fundraiser. Cost is $125 per person. Tournament package includes green fees,
golf cart, range balls, prizes and a hamburger bar. Santa Ana Golf Club is
located at 288 Prairie Star Rd in the city of Bernalillo. Contact:
http://www.nmgopgolf.com
Friday, October 7th
Values Voter
Summit
3 days @ Omni Shoreham
Hotel, Washington DC
Limit Government, Reduce
Spending, Traditional Values, Protect America – The Values Voter Summit is
coming. Students will only cost $50. Contact: http://www.valuesvotersummit.org or
877-372-2808
Weekly Events (yes, every
single week)
Sundays
Albuquerque West-side Bible
Reading
9 am – 10 am @ McDonald’s
Restaurant
The Bible is read aloud on
Sundays at 9 am. Please feel welcome to attend, regardless of church membership
or lack thereof. Bibles and New Testaments are given away FREE of charge. No
purchase is needed. Donations are not accepted. Pencils, stickers and things are
given away to children. The location is the indoor play area of McDonald’s on
98th Street at I-40. Contact: Cindy Jones at 262-1194
(Santa Fe
County)
The Experience (college-aged
group) – FREE coffee
5 pm @ Zion Worship Center,
Pojoaque
The Experience is a
gathering of college kids in the Santa Fe area. Bring a friend. Free coffee
provided. Meet for awesome worship and relevant Biblical teaching every Sunday
night. The Zion Worship Center is locted next to the Cities of Gold Hotel in the
city of Pojoaque, just outside of Santa Fe. Contact: Derrick Sandoval at (505)
470-6063
Tuesdays
(Chaves County)
Moms in Touch
9 am @ First Baptist Church,
Roswell
Moms meet for one hour every
Tuesday during the school year to pray for kids and their schools. The First
Baptist Church is located at 500 N Pennsylvania Ave in the city of Roswell.
Contact: (575) 623-2640
(Dona Ana
County)
Media Posse Meeting
10 am @ DARP HQ, Las
Cruces
Really want to understand
issues? Meet with Sid Brannon and friends every Tuesday at the County HQ in Las
Cruces. Contact: darp@comcast.net
Pro-Life Catholic Mass with
Eucharistic Procession
12:10 pm @ Holy Innocents
Chapel
A mass followed immediately
by a procession takes place most Tuesdays. Organized by a Catholic pro-life
group, all are welcome. Father Stephen Imbarrato celebrates a mass every
Tuesday. This chapel is located at 625 San Mateo Blvd, near the Planned
Parenthood killing facility, south of Lomas and north of Central. Contact:
Project Defending Life at 266-4100 or http://www.defendinglife.org
Wednesdays
Pro-Life Mass (often a
Tridentine Mass)
Noon – 1 pm @ Holy Innocents
Chapel
Organized by a Catholic
pro-life group, all are welcome. Father Millan Garcia celebrates mass every
Wednesday (often a Tridentine Rite Mass). English/Latin books are provided so
you can follow along. For ladies, mantillas/veils can be borrowed or purchased.
This chapel is located at 625 San Mateo Blvd, near the Planned Parenthood
killing facility. Contact: Project Defending Life at 266-4100 or
http://www.defendinglife.org
Thursdays
Albuquerque West-side Bible
Reading
9 am – 10 am @ McDonald’s
Restaurant
A small Bible study meets
Thursdays at 9 am. Normally, it is just two or four people. Please feel welcome
to come if you need someone to pray with you. Bibles and New Testaments are
given away FREE of charge. No offerings will be taken. Small gifts are normally
given to children. The location is the indoor play area of the McDonald’s on
98th Street at I-40. Free Wi-Fi. Contact: Cindy Jones at 262-1194
Pro-Life Catholic
Mass
Noon – 1 pm @ Holy Innocents
Chapel
Organized by a Catholic
pro-life group, all are welcome. Father Stephen Imbarrato also holds mass every
Thursday. This chapel is located at 625 San Mateo Blvd, near the Planned
Parenthood killing facility. You don’t have to be Catholic to pray for women
facing difficult circumstances. Contact: Project Defending Life at 266-4100 or
http://www.defendinglife.org
Fridays
Republican Breakfast Forum –
Heights
7:30 am @ Golden Corral
Pay for your own order and
please tip your wait staff at the breakfast sponsored by the Republican Party of
Bernalillo County. The buffet is $7.50. Golden Corral is located on the NE
corner or Eubank & Central. Contact: County HQ at 265-0981
WiN (Weight includes
exercise & Nutrition) – Free
Noon @ Westside Family
Acupuncture
A few people gather to share
diet and exercise information and to encourage whatever plan you think will work
for you. The location is an acupuncture office at the corner of Coors and
Dellyne (1 block south of Coors/Montano). There is no cost. Better health is
about your own choices but you can have support for the choices that you make.
Contact: 897-6560.
Saturdays
Saturday Morning Office
Hours
9 am – 11 am @ SW Secondary
Learning Center
Janice E Arnold-Jones hosts
this every Saturday at the Southwest Secondary Learning Center. The location is
10301 Candelaria Rd NE, where Candelaria intersects Morris. Contact: Janice at
379-0902 or conspiracybrews@aol.com
Cynthia (Cindy) Jones
elbow_jones@msn.com or
CindysList@msn.com 262-1194
Circulation is @ 1,450 NM
Republicans receiving list:
Currently, Cindy’s List is
e-mailed by me to about 600 Republicans
Chaves County forwards to
about 160 Republican Women
Dona Ana County forwards it
to an additional 500+ people
Sandoval County forwards the
List to about 200 people
On Facebook, search for and
add Cindys List (no apostrophe) to reach me. And then also search for and ‘like’
Cindy’s List e-calendar, which is all of these events put into a calendar
format.
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San Juan County 9-12 Project

I hope everyone had a great Easter, as I did with my family.  Too many mashed potatoes and rolls!  Then kids eating way too many chocolate bunnies and peeps.  And of course a good amount of time thinking of Jesus and the wonderful things he has blessed myself and my family with.

Then, this past week we get the news of the demise of Bin Laden by the Seal team.  So far a really great couple of weeks including our TEA Party on the 15th.  We even got a birth certificate finally!

On Tuesday May 3rd we will be meeting at the Totah Theatre in Farmington at 7:00pm.  We will have Steve Neville, Tom Taylor, Tom Mullins, Bruce Higgins, and of course, I will have to take a few minutes also.  I just don’t know how to keep quiet anymore!  I hope that all of you can make it out.

There is also of course our Lunch meeting this week at Los Hermanitos on East Main on Friday at 11:30am.  I will be speaking on the currency situation and how the possible QE3 could completely destroy any savings or retirement plans, and even home equity if you have any.  You are all invited to come and eat lunch.

Also on Tuesday May 3rd there is a NM Environment Department, Air Quality Bureau public meeting on Regional Haze state implementation plan revisions and proposed revisions to the good neighbor provisions of New Mexico’s infrastructure state implementation plan. The Regional Haze program is a federal program that implements Clean Air Act requirements for improving visibility at specific national parks and monuments, wilderness areas and national wildlife refuges across the nation. The New Mexico revisions include a determination of Best Available Retrofit Technology for San Juan Generating Station in Waterflow, NM.

The meetings will be held from 2:00 pm until 6:00 pm, with an open house and poster session scheduled from 2:00 pm until 4:00 pm where staff will be available to answer questions individually. From 4:00 pm until 6:00 pm, a presentation will be given with an opportunity for the public to provide comments directly to the Department.

Dates and locations of the public meetings are:
May 3, 2011, in Farmington at the Civic Center, 200 W. Arrington.

Then on June 1, a public hearing is scheduled in front of the Environmental Improvement Board on these two plans beginning June 1 in Santa Fe at the State Capitol building, and continuing June 2 (3 and 4 if necessary) in Farmington at San Juan College.

The energy industry could use as much help as possible fighting for the jobs that could be lost, as if we haven’t already lost enough in the area already.
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This group is not a party affiliated group, we are like minded conservatives of any or no party that have decided that it is up to each one of us to make a difference in the political process.

We have posted a flyer that you may download and print and share with your friends and co-workers. It is under the faq section of the website.

Thanks to all of you who help out, and to those who write, email, and call their representatives.

If you want more information, you can contact me at sjc912@sjc912.org.

I, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, pledge my life, my fortune and my sacred honor to this war.  I will not rest until I have been taken back to the God who created me.  This war is for the very survival of the ideals that God founded our country with, and inspired numerous imperfect souls to start this battle so many years ago.  I will not allow the liberty that God has blessed each of us with to not survive to be enjoyed by my posterity for as long as I am alive.

Thanks for all you do,

Aaron Lee
Permanent Link to: SJC912 Project

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