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Commonsense  Property Rights Coalition Meets   June 5,   6 pm

Fred’s Fish House in Mammoth

VA Whistle Blower To Speak, Answer Questions
 
The Commonsense Property Rights Coalition will meet Monday June 5  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.”
“Dr. Klein was originally scheduled for the May meeting and was unable to attend due to flooding and closing of bridges. Since the original schedule the VA attempted to terminate him employment using a legal loophole. When this was discovered local veterans announced a ralley across from the VA hospital in Poplar Bluff, which was held with 70 veterans attending and marching despite the heavy rains. The event was also attended by whistleblowers from Chicago, Phoenix, Houston Texas and Shreveport, sharing their stories and holding a public press conference.  The conference was also attended by 12 Poplar Bluff VA employees during their lunch hour and covered by three television stations, two newspapers and local radio. As a result the newly appointed Secretary of the  Veterans Administration, nominated by President Trump and recently confirmed by the Senate, called the administration of the hospital and ended the effort to fire Dr. Klein for the moment.”
Those attending are encouraged to come early to eat and  visit. For more information call 417-264-2435.
Ozarks  Property Rights Coalition Meets May 25,  7  pm at El Rancho in Cabool with Preparedness Expert Tony Piche
 
The Ozarks Property Rights Coalition will meet  Thursday  May 25  at 7 pm at the El Rancho Restaurant on highway 60 according to co-chair Bob Parker.  The speaker of the evening will be Tony Piche of Springfield, an expert in disaster preparedness. Piche is co-owner of Down to Earth Foods, a frequent speaker at area conferences, and highly skilled in  homesteading, preparedness and survival.
 
Piche and his wife are American citizens who immigrated years ago from South Africa and Rhodesia who witnessed many of the terrorism incidents and wars in the area. He learned a great deal  in that experience he wants to share, concentrating on the preparedness mindset, a way of thinking that leads to survival. He also wants to share similarities he notices between the situation in South Africa in the 1970’s and 1980’s and the US today. 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.

Campaign For Liberty Meeting

Posted: May 16, 2017 in Meetings
Campaign For Liberty Features Veterans Voice Advocate Spokesman May 18

The West Plains Campaign for Liberty group will meet  at 7 pm at Don Lupe’s Mexican Restaurant according to Chairman Don Eagleman.
“The speaker for the evening will be Gary Turner, founder of the group Veterans Voice Advocate, a participant in last week’s demonstration at the VA hospital in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, which made national news. Veterans from the Ozarks and several other states demonstrated along with whistleblowers from Chicago, Arizona, Texas and Louisiana  to support Dr. Dale Klein, a whistleblower on long waits and bad conditions for veterans who was in danger of being fired.”
 
“Turner founded his group to provide assistance for veterans having problems with the Veterans Administration, and had representatives from the offices of Congressman Jason Smith and Senator Roy Blunt at a meeting last month.”
 
Eagleman said, “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.

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.
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.
The Ozarks Property Rights Coalition will meet Thursday June 23 at 7 pm at the El Rancho Restaurant in Cabool, Missouri according to co-chair Bob Parker.  Topics for the evening will be property rights issues in the state followed by the main speaker of the evening  Dave Lohr, an expert in survival and wilderness bushcraft, who will discuss surviving during emergencies with few resources. Lohr owns Kosh Trading Post in Koshkonong and is  a frequent speaker at Mountain Man and Native American events. Lohr will also instruct listeners in how to create dehydrated eggs, pemmican and parched corn, which he describes at the “original preparedness long term storage food.”    
 “This is a new meeting location for us” Parker said. “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.