Commonsense PRC to Meet May 1st

Posted: April 24, 2017 in Meetings
The Commonsense Property Rights Coalition will meet Monday May 1  at 6 pm according to co-chairman Kevin Jotz.  The special guest of the evening will be Dr. Dale Klein, a medical doctor with the Veterans Administration Hospital in Poplar Bluff.
“Dr. Klein is a whistle blower, one of those brave people who pointed out problems in the VA system that have led to neglect of many of our veterans and has even led to the death of some veterans. As a pain specialist MD he has dedicated his life to helping patients, and he is being punished by the VA for his efforts to help veterans. Dr. Klein came to our attention when he appeared on the Fox News Channel on the show Tucker Carlson Tonight. He will fill us in on the problems he has experienced, ways to fix the VA and how the care of many veterans has been neglected both in Missouri and across the nation.”
Those attending are encouraged to come early to eat and  visit. For more information call 417-264-2435.

PRC to Meet April 27th in Cabool

Posted: April 24, 2017 in Meetings
The Ozarks Property Rights Coalition will meet  7 pm Thursday  April 27 at 7 pm at the El Rancho Restaurant on highway 60 according to co-chair Bob Parker. 
The speaker of the evening will be Allen Busiek of Springfield, an expert in disaster preparedness. Busiek is chair of the Ozarks Resilience Group, a frequent speaker at area conferences, a retired Department of Defense electrical engineer, HAM radio operator, Master Gardener and generalist in areas of homesteading, preparedness and survival. He is also well known for his appearance on the National Geographic Channel TV show Doomsday Preppers featuring his aquaponics system. Busiek will discuss Advanced Tactical Prepping. He emphasizes that preparedness is good insurance for many potential disasters including tornadoes, earthquakes, local crime, ice storms, and other potential problems.
Those attending are encouraged to come early to enjoy the buffet and  visit. For more information call 417-264-2435.
The Commonsense Property Rights Coalition will meet Monday April 3 at 6 pm  at Fred’s Fish House according to co-chairman Kevin Jotz.  The special guest of the evening will be Dr. Eric “Rick” Mansfield.  Dr. Mansfield is a retired educator who resides on a small farm in Reynolds County, MO with his wife and dogs.  He has been  a logger, campground manager, facilitator for a Grateful Dead tribute band and canoe hostler in past jobs.  He and his wife now organically garden, raising much of their own food; hunts, fishes and writes.  Rick has a syndicated column—Reflections from the Road– in several local newspapers. 
 
Dr. Mansfield also runs a Not for Profit—the Ozark Heritage Project—which hosts numerous clean-ups of streams and their riparian borders.  These involve volunteers from families and schools.  Rick is a published author, with his first novel and most recent work—The Elk Killings—now available along with his previous collections of short stories on Amazon and at several local vendors.  Rick is also an accomplished speaker and storyteller, often appearing in historical costume to enlighten and inspire audiences around the Ozarks.  Rick has appeared regularly at both national and state parks, private festivals and in numerous schools.
 
Dr. Mansfield will present to the PRC  as Nick Walker, ace-reporter for the Missouri Gazette—oldest newspaper in St. Louis.  “Nick” will report live from Shannon County in 1909.  The topic—Politicians, Possums and Parks— will explore the intended role of state government in land preservation and speculate where such governmental intrusion might lead.  At the end of a short and entertaining presentation by the much-celebrated reporter from the 19th and 20th centuries, Rick Mansfield will  field questions as to his perspectives on the state of our park systems today.
“Dr. Mansfield spoke to our sister organization in Cabool last month and several people who missed the presentation called and asked when he would be speaking again, and he has graciously provided another opportunity” Jotz said. “He is an excellent speaker, and in addition to his presentation he discusses the problems with Missouri’s park system including Shannon and Oregon Counties, the elk population in Missouri and potential problems with the Department of Conservation.”
 
Those attending are encouraged to come early to eat and  visit. For more information call 417-264-2435.

Real ID- Again and Again…

Posted: March 29, 2017 in REAL ID

It is important to know that Missouri Drivers Licenses are ALREADY Real ID compliant if you have renewed your license since 2013. It worked like this….In 2009, Missouri passed a law against Real ID. In 2012, The DMV offices were removing all their “old” photograph equipment and putting in Hi Def digital photograph equipment. You no longer received your new license while at the DMV Bureau, it then was mailed to you. The DMV Bureaus upload the Hi Def picture to a company called Morphos Trust. Morphos Trust is owned by Safran Int’l headquartered in France. Morpho then sends the pic to Safran, who sends it to the IMF, World Bank and Interpol as well as the FBI and any FBI equivalents in other nations that have contracted with Safran.

The Hi Def digital photo is BIOMETRIC and you are now entered into a facial recognition biometric international database.

To fix the fact that agents of the state were violating state law by doing biometric photographs the legislature amended the law to allow the agents of the state to have permission to break the previous law.

So, again, if you have renewed your license or ID since 2012, you are in this international biometric database.

Now, the General Assembly wants to grant blanket authority for biometric ID to agents of the state and be upfront about what they are already doing with your photograph. Hence, the email from Ron Calzone below…More info will come in subsequent posts proving without a shadow of doubt that the State of Missouri is and has been engaging in supplying non-government agencies with your biometric ID:

March 29, 2017 FLASH! HB 151, the terrible REAL ID Capitulation Act, just needs one more vote to pass the House and go on to the Senate. That vote is planned for this week.

Recall that back in 2009 Missouri office holders with some spine passed a law that forbids the Missouri Department of Revenue from participating in the federal REAL ID national ID card program.

They knew that the card is part of an effort to create a comprehensive federal database on all of us – Big Brother wants your number!

About 24 other states also rejected REAL ID.

Federal bullies have been threatening the states in an effort to get them to stand down from protecting their citizens’ privacy; they say they won’t let us on places like military bases and airports with our non-compliant Missouri driver’s license.

Up until this year, Missouri legislators have been standing strong against these threats. This year seems to be the Year of the Wimp, though.

 

“Choice” that’s not really Choice

Under the guise of “choice”, HB 151 would allow Missourians to choose either a REAL ID compliant drivers’ license or the same old license. The problem is, like any other government program, what starts out as voluntary will end up mandated for all.

And that will eventually mean RFID chips in all of our drivers’ licenses, and THAT means electronic tracking of your coming and going.

“Representation” that’s not really Representation

Not every office holder has wimped out on us. In fact, up until now there was enough resistance to keep the bill from moving to the House floor for full debate, but Tuesday that seems to have changed.

On Tuesday, Representative Elijah Haahr, the Speaker Pro Tem, sent Republican reps an email with suggestion for their end-of-week Capitol Report. One of the items was the announcement that the REAL ID bill has passed, even though that bill has not yet even been up for debate.

It’s not that Haahr is clairvoyant, it’s just that he’s a member of House Leadership, and leadership calls the shots. Yes, most of what happens in the House of Representatives is orchestrated. The man or woman you elected to represent your interests too often will simply go along with leadership instead of defending your constitutional rights.

Yes, they wimp out.

Misconception or Deception?

Trading liberty for security is never the right thing to do, but with REAL ID capitulation, security isn’t even the issue.

It’s convenience.

Supporters of the capitulation bill claim that people are having trouble getting on military bases with their current Missouri drivers’ license, but that claim doesn’t hold up under scrutiny. The truth is military bases have been fully REAL ID compliant since January 2016, and all you need to get on base is your Missouri drivers’ license and another form of ID, like a copy of your birth certificate.

When the fed’s 2018 deadline for REAL ID compliance comes, the same will probably be true for boarding airplanes – all you will need is your drivers’ license and anther form of ID, like a copy of your birth certificate. Read all about it, HERE.

There’s no time to lose, call and email your Missouri state rep now. Tell them not to wimp out and to vote “NO!” on REAL ID:

The Ozarks Property Rights Coalition will meet Thursday, March 23. At 7:00 pm according to co-chairman Bob Parker. The special guest of the evening will be Dr. Eric “Rick” Mansfield.  Dr. Mansfield is a retired educator who resides on a small farm in Reynolds County, MO with his wife and dogs.  He has been  a logger, campground manager, facilitator for a Grateful Dead tribute band and canoe hostler in past jobs.  He and his wife now organically garden, raising much of their own food; hunts, fishes and writes.  Rick has a syndicated column—Reflections from the Road– in several local newspapers. 
 
Dr. Mansfield also runs a Not for Profit—the Ozark Heritage Project—which hosts numerous clean-ups of streams and their riparian borders.  These involve volunteers from families and schools.  Rick is a published author, with his first novel and most recent work—The Elk Killings—now available along with his previous collections of short stories on Amazon and at several local vendors.  Rick is also an accomplished speaker and storyteller, often appearing in historical costume to enlighten and inspire audiences around the Ozarks.  Rick has appeared regularly at both national and state parks, private festivals and in numerous schools.
 
Dr. Mansfield will present to the Ozarks Property Rights Congress as Nick Walker, ace-reporter for the Missouri Gazette—oldest newspaper in St. Louis.  “Nick” will report live from Shannon County in 1909.  The topic—Politicians, Possums and Parks— will explore the intended role of state government in land preservation and speculate where such governmental intrusion might lead.  At the end of a short and entertaining presentation by the much-celebrated reporter from the 19th and 20th centuries, Rick Mansfield will briefly field questions as to his perspectives on the state of our park systems today.
 
Those attending are encouraged to come early to enjoy the buffet and visit. For more information call 417-264-2435.
 
Author and history professor Dave Dougherty will speak with the Commonsense Property Rights Coalition group March 6 at 6 pm at Fred’s Fish House in Mammoth Spring, per co-chair Kevin Jotz.

“The speaker for the evening will be David Dougherty, an author, radio talk show host, expert on survival, college professor and retired Army colonel. Dougherty is the owner founder of SurviveUSA of Calico Rock, Arkansas, the region’s first preparedness store. He is the author of several books including A Patriot’s History Reader: Essential Documents for Every American; A Patriot’s History of the Modern World: Vol I: From America’s Exceptional Ascent to the Atomic Bomb 1898 – 1945; A Patriot’s History of the Modern World, Vol II: From the Cold War to the Age of Entitlement 1945 – 2012; The Politically Incorrect Guide to the American Revolution (with Larry Schweikart, and several other works of fiction and nonfiction. He will discuss his most recent book, Starve the Beast! How Ordinary Americans Can Take Back Their Country. He has also ghost written for Glenn Beck”.

“This is an organization concerned with protection of private property rights. The group believes that without protections of private property rights nothing else is secure. The right to own and reasonably use private property is a cornerstone of the U.S. Constitution, differentiating our country from others around the world. As John Adams, one of our nation’s Founding Fathers and our second president, said: ‘The moment the idea is admitted into society that property is not as sacred as the laws of God, and there is not a force of law and public justice to protect it, anarchy and tyranny commence.”

We welcome all area residents interested in private property rights, food freedom and protection of constitutional rights to attend, or to call us for more information at 417-264-2435 or 417-270-1724.
Property Rights Coalition Features Holistic Health Practitioner
The Ozarks Property Rights Coalition will meet Thursday February 23  at 7 pm at the El Rancho Restaurant in Cabool, Missouri according to co-chair Bob Parker. “ Topics for the evening will be current events, President Trump’s appointment of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to investigate vaccine safety and other topics of interest. Our main speaker will be Hannah Eisenberg, a holistic health practitioner who was diagnosed with cancer and a few years later declared cancer free. She has an amazing story that she will share with us.”
“This is a new meeting location for us. The El Rancho Restaurant is in the Sinclair truck stop building in Cabool on Highway 60 on the north side of the highway. They are generously allowing us to use their meeting room and we encourage everyone to come early and enjoy the buffet. Note that El Rancho is a bit east of the Hwy 63 exit in Cabool. ” For more information call 417-264-2435.