For NV Senate District 9: None of the Above

On October 20, 2014, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

This is a tough one, as it’s a choice between two Democrats – it’s just that one of them recently changed her registration, but not philosophy, to GOP. The one who is still a registered D is incumbent state Sen. Justin Jones, the darling of the gun control crowd.  Problem is, his RINO opponent, Becky Harris, isn’t much better on the issue.

She’s also lousy on taxes. Harris refused to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge and also refused to answer the RJ’s question as to whether or not the “sunsets” should be extended.

Plus she stinks on education reform, too. In the Voter Guide Harris said she only supports “PUBLIC school choice” (my emphasis), not vouchers so parents can rescue their kids from the entire public school system.

Worse, we’re talking about a candidate with no experience or public record as an elected official, yet has ducked media interviews and refuses to debate her opponent. A vote for Harris is akin to buying a pig in a poke.

Nevertheless, there’s no way I can support her opponent, who is so adamantly anti-Second Amendment.

For those satisfied with choosing the lesser of two evils, go ahead and vote for Harris. I understand.  But if I lived in that district, I’d be voting for None of the Above.  It’s time to stop rewarding the Republican establishment for giving us nominees who don’t embrace core, limited government conservative values.

NOTE: You can grab your Sample Ballot and match it up against all of my picks-to-date by clicking here

 

 

There’s No Question, Vote “No” on Question 2

On October 16, 2014, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

In an editorial voicing support for Question 2, the Las Vegas Review-Journal began: “If voters approve Question 2 on this fall’s ballot, they will not increase taxes on Nevada’s mining industry.”

But that’s like saying if the Gibbons Tax Restraint law – which requires a 2/3 super-majority vote of the Legislature to approve any tax hike – is repealed (as many liberals hope), no taxes will be increased. Which is “technically” true.  The problem is that both measures would not merely enable future tax hikes, it would almost guarantee them.

Indeed, make no mistake: If Question 2 passes, bills to increase the mineral tax on our mining community will be unleashed at warp speed!

In fact, liberals are salivating at the prospect, as well as Sen. Michael Roberson’s (RINO-Las Vegas) “Dirty Half-Dozen” gang that proposed a whopping $600 million-plus tax hike on mining in the last legislative session. Worse, the money would be dumped into a dark hole deeper than any mine shaft…

Nevada’s government-owned/bureaucrat-managed/union-operated public school system.

So if you vote for Question 2, just know that you are (a) voting for higher taxes and higher government spending, and (b) perpetuating our dead-last-in-the-nation status in education rather than forcing true reforms, including universal parental school choice.

And here’s another oft-overlooked point: In addition to the mineral tax, Nevada’s mining industry already pays every other tax that every other business pays. Oh, except, of course, for Tesla.

Indeed, while critics in the Legislature are complaining that the current cap on the mineral tax is unfair because it benefits only one industry (yeah, the one and only industry that pays it!), those same legislators last month eliminated the entire tax burden for the next 10 years for one COMPANY.

Now let’s do a little side-by-side comparison here, shall we?

  • Tesla’s battery factory is projected to create 6,500 jobs paying an average annual salary of around $52,000 and the operation will pay zero taxes in Nevada for the next ten years.
  • Mining employs over 12,000 rural Nevadans at an average annual salary of $90,000 and paid, in 2013 alone, a whopping $347.9 million in various taxes.

So we’re going to single out and give one newcomer company with no history or roots in Nevada a free ride for ten years while jacking up the taxes on an industry that’s been a great corporate citizen since before Nevada achieved statehood and will pay over $3 BILLION in taxes over the next decade?

Yeah, that’s fair.

Oh, and for you Clark County voters who don’t think this impacts you: Who do you think will be picking up the tab for all those unemployment, welfare and food stamp checks in the rural counties if mining in Nevada is harmed?

Vote “No” on Question 2.

 

 

Help Henderson School Win $100,000

On October 12, 2014, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

In case you missed my column on this last March, C.T. Sewell Elementary School in Henderson is everything you’d want a government school to be.  High academic standards, strict discipline, teachers who care about the students more than the teachers union and a principal and staff who don’t whine about not having enough money and instead go out and raise it themselves to spend on the kids, their school and their education.

Well, one of the amazing teachers there, Brenda Moynihan, entered the “Dream Big Teacher Challenge” contest sponsored by Farmers Insurance Group” and has advanced to the final round in the Southwest Region.

If she wins, C.T. Sewell will receive a whopping $100,000 grant which will be used to “incorporate technology into Sewell’s classrooms and learning center so the school’s students – who rarely have access to computers or tablets at home – can more readily meet today’s academic expectations.”

Moynihan made it to the Final Three in the Southwest region. She’s up against one teacher from California and another from Arizona. The winner will be determined by how many votes each teacher gets from now until November 30…and you can vote once a day EVERY day.

Let’s help bring this home for Ms. Moynihan and the kids at C.T. Sewell Elementary. I’m including the link below and will include it in each newsletter from now until the contest ends.  All you’ll have to do is click on the link, vote for Ms. Moynihan, confirm your vote by clicking on the link in the email you’ll receive each day, and…well, that’s it.  That’s all there is to it.

Click here now

 

aIt was ten years ago that I testified, for my first and only time, before a government legislative body – the United States Senate Subcommittee on the Constitution. It was surreal.

Up on the dais, on my side of the issue, were some of the most liberal elected officials in all the land, including the late Sen. Ted Kennedy, then-Sen. Joe Biden, Sen. Diane Feinstein, Sen. Chuck Schumer and Sen. Russ Feingold. The issue was gay marriage.  I was arguing against the proposed Federal Marriage Amendment.

It was obvious to me that the concept of equal protection under law would eventually end the practice of government extending special benefits to married couples while denying certain individuals the right to marry the adult person of their choice. This was no longer a religious issue, thanks to foolishly allowing the government into the institution of marriage in the first place.

The way we’ve now foolishly allowed the government into our health care system. But I digress.

The point is I’ve been a live-and-let-live libertarian on this issue for a long time. As such, I have a completely clear conscience in telling certain members of the gay community to stop being such intolerant crybabies!

Look, folks. You won.  You now have, or soon will have, the right to marry the person of your choice in every state, coast-to-coast.  But that doesn’t mean you have the right to force others who object to gay marriage to support the exercise of your right.

If I’m a wedding planner who doesn’t want to plan gay weddings, leave me alone and go find another wedding planner who will. If I’m a photographer who doesn’t want to photograph gay weddings, leave me a alone and go find another photographer who will.  If I’m a baker who doesn’t want to bake cakes for gay weddings, leave me alone and go find another baker who will.

Indeed, as Kelsey Harkness reported last month in The Daily Signal, a bakery owner and his wife in Oregon are facing a whopping $150,000 “discrimination” fine after a crybaby lesbian couple filed a complaint simply because Melissa and Aaron Klein, owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa, didn’t want to design their wedding cake (boo-hoo).

After the complaint was made public, the Kleins were subjected to “threats, vicious protests and boycotts.” One email the couple reportedly received read, “I hope your kids get really, really, sick.”  Another read, “Here’s hoping you go out of business, you bigot. Enjoy hell.”

For choosing not to bake a cake? Seriously?

The Kleins have already closed down their retail store and are now operating the business from home. They’re appealing the “discrimination” ruling.  If they lose, they’ll lose their business completely.  Bankruptcy.

This is not right. And the greater gay community itself needs to rise up against such intolerance.  Live and let live has to work both ways.

 

Finally Consensus: As POTUS, Obama Sucks

On October 6, 2014, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

Over the past six years, Republicans have been critical of President Barack Obama’s weak, misguided national defense policies when it came to dealing with terrorists, thugs, dictators and thieves.

But if you think it’s only Republicans who think the president has been lousy in this area, you’ve got another think coming. Get a load of this quote about Obama’s failure to take action after Syria used chemical weapons from his own former CIA director, Leon Panetta, in a soon-to-be-released memoir…

“The result, I felt, was a blow to American credibility. When the president as commander in chief draws a red line, it is critical that he act if the line is crossed. The power of the United States rests on its word. Assad’s action clearly defied President Obama’s warning; by failing to respond, it sent the wrong message to the world.”

Did it ever. Epic fail.

In addition, there’s no denying the fact that Obama’s cut-and-run policy in Iraq has squandered billions in treasure and thousands of American military lives that were expended to rescue and rebuild that nation. Iraq is now overrun and terrorized by ruthless barbarians whose Queen of Hearts-like slogan is, literally “Off with their heads!”

Not satisfied with merely losing Iraq, it looks like Afghanistan is next to fall.

The Associated Press reported on Friday that “An Afghan army desperate for more advanced military equipment is suffering death rates 30 percent higher in the 2014 fighting season, the army’s first against the Taliban without large-scale assistance from the U.S.-led international military force.”

But at least the President said this week he has this whole Ebola thing under control.

Oh, wait…

Reuters reported on Friday that “Nurses, the frontline care providers in U.S. hospitals, say they are untrained and unprepared to handle patients arriving in their hospital emergency departments infected with Ebola.”

Good grief.

And do you know who’s responsible for this disaster of a second term for a failed first term president?

The Republican establishment that forced Mitt Romney on us as the GOP’s presidential nominee in 2012, that’s who.  And if they give us another McCain-like/Romney-like nominee in 2016, we’re gonna end up with President Hillary…and it’ll be déjà vu all over again.

Will Republican leaders ever learn?

 

Guns Save Lives: Another in a Series

On October 4, 2014, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

On Thursday, the Associated Press reported that…

“Gun control groups say this is the year they finally go toe-to-toe with the National Rifle Association and match their foe’s imposing campaign spending for congressional candidates.”

AP further noted that…

“Organizations led by billionaire Michael Bloomberg and the wounded former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., will unleash huge sums in the campaigns’ closing weeks to back candidates favoring firearms curbs.”

These people are very misguided and very dangerous to your safety. Worse, they’re now armed to the teeth with Bloomberg’s money.

Do bad guys have guns? Yes.  Do bad guys do bad things with guns?  Yes.  Will Bloomberg and Giffords’ gun control measures stop that?

No.

The reality is bad guys have guns and will always have guns. And the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.  Not a good guy with a cell phone dialing 9-1-1.

Indeed, that latest example of how Guns Save Lives comes to us from right here in Las Vegas.

On Friday afternoon, the Las Vegas Review-Journal published a story online about a local woman who has been stalked by some nutjob for over six months.

When the woman – whose name has been reported but I’m not going to publish here – warned the stalker that she was getting a restraining order, the stalker reportedly replied, “That won’t help. That’s just a piece of paper.”

And you know what? When you’re dealing with psychos like this, he’s absolutely correct.

In another run-in, the stalker reportedly threatened…

“Hey, b—, we’re coming for you. The police won’t find me.  I’m planning a raid.  I am tracking you.”

Four attempts to break into the woman’s apartment and more than 10 calls to the police didn’t stop this lunatic. And as you can imagine, the poor woman was terrified and living like a “hermit.”

Then, shortly after 1 a.m. on September 26, the RJ reports that the woman “was watching TV when she heard her apartment door being broken.” According to the police report, when the stalker “stuck his head through the opening, the woman ran upstairs, grabbed her 9 mm pistol, and…”

BLAM! BLAM!

Two shots.

The dirtbag ran away, “was found a short time later hiding in some bushes,” and “survived a single gunshot wound to the chest.”

He’s now in custody. The woman is alive.  And now she’s safe.

Repeat after me: Guns Save Lives. Guns Save Lives.  Guns Save Lives.  Guns Save…

 

From the Department of Stupid Is As Stupid Does comes the latest from Nevada’s neighbor to the West. The California Legislature has passed, and Gov. Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown has signed, the nation’s first statewide ban on…plastic bags (SB 270).

So how are canine owners supposed to pick up the dog poop on sidewalks and the neighbor’s lawn now?

Unless repealed by voter referendum, the law will ban the use of plastic bags in grocery stores beginning next summer and in convenience stores and pharmacies in 2016.

The ban is billed, of course, as saving the environment, which, of course, is “for the children,” but also, of course, is a load of flapdoodle. As the American Progressive Bag Alliance explained in a press release following the bill being signed into law…

“Senator Padilla’s bill was never legislation about the environment. It was a back room deal between the grocers and union bosses to scam California consumers out of billions of dollars without providing any public benefit – all under the guise of environmentalism. If this law were allowed to go into effect it would jeopardize thousands of California manufacturing jobs, hurt the environment, and fleece consumers for billions so grocery store shareholders and their union partners can line their pockets.”

Doesn’t sound so altruistic now, does it? I’ll get to the “fleecing” part in a minute.

Gov. Brown declared that the ban would reduce “the torrent of plastic polluting our beaches, parks and even the vast ocean itself.” But think about that.  Brown’s argument for the plastic ban is that it will reduce litter.  But if you take that to the logical next step, then we’ll soon be banning aluminum cans.  And then Big Mac boxes.  And finally candy wrappers!

But this ridiculous law is even worse than it seems on the surface.

You see, once the ban takes effect stores will still be allowed to use paper bags – only the customer will be charged a fee of at least 10-cents per bag. But that fee will not go to the government for, say, anti-littering programs.  No, that money – which could reach into the BILLIONS of dollars – will go to the stores themselves!

So California’s ever-compassionate liberals will soon be taking money out of the pockets of poor and middle-class families and giving it to multi-million dollar corporations. Yeah, that’s the ticket!

An effort to repeal the law via the ballot is already in progress. If enough signatures, a little over half a million, are gathered within 90 days of the bill being signed into law, then the law will be suspended until the repeal is voted on in 2016.  So the plastic bag isn’t dead yet!

I wonder which liberal Nevada legislator will introduce a similar ridiculous bill here next year.

 

2008 Master of Disaster Looking for an Encore?

On October 1, 2014, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

Nevada U.S. Sen. Dean Heller has been mentioned as the possible next head of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) which will be in charge of recruiting and funding candidates for the 2016 election cycle.

It should be noted that the last Nevadan to head that committee was former Sen. John “Pants on the Ground” Ensign – who proceeded to lose a multitude of seats in 2008, thus making Harry Reid the Majority Leader.

To be fair, though, Ensign was just the front man. The “brains” behind that magnificent disaster was Nevada political consultant Mike Slanker – the guy phoning in Gov. Brian Sandoval’s non-race campaign.

Slanker is also a consultant to Heller.

Uh-oh. Anyone else sensing a little déjà vu all over again?

 

The Most Important Nevada Race in 2014

On October 1, 2014, in Muth's Truths, by Chuck Muth

The most important Nevada race in 2014 isn’t for governor, or secretary of state, or attorney general, or even lieutenant governor. No, the most important race on the ballot will be between Republican Dan Schwartz and Democrat Kim Wallin for the office of state Treasurer.

Why? Because that little-known office has everything to do with how the state invests your tax dollars.  Elect a bad treasurer and we could be bankrupt in a heartbeat.  Just ask Orange County!

So you don’t want to miss the live debate between Schwartz and Wallin that will be held on Monday morning, October 13th.  Talk-show host Alan Stock and I will be moderating the discussion in front of a live audience at the Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas.  The debate will run from 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. and will be simulcast on KDWN 720 AM radio.

Schwartz is a private businessman and financial investor.  Wallin is a CPA and the incumbent state Controller.  Join us on the 13th and find out why each believes they should be Nevada’s next chief financial officer.

 

Unless you’re a true conservative, go ahead and hit the delete key RIGHT NOW…because there’s nothing in this missive that’ll be of any interest to you.

Nothing whatsoever.

Go ahead.

Hit “Delete.”

Bye-bye.

Don’t let the e-door hit you on the way out.

Now, for the rest of you…

I have a subscriber to Muth’s Truths – let’s call him “Bob” (especially since that’s his real name) – who asked me for a little donation advice in the Republican primaries. He then sent me donation checks, made payable to the candidates, which I forwarded along to the campaigns.

Three of the four candidates I recommended – all of whom I was working with and advising – moved on to the general election. Not a bad batting average.

The same gentleman recently asked for the same donation advice for the general election a couple weeks ago and just sent me six new contribution checks – ranging from $100-300 each – for me to forward to the candidates on his behalf.

This works well for all concerned.

Naturally, the candidate benefits from getting the financial contribution.

The donor benefits, as giving a donation puts him or her in a totally different category as a donor, not just a voter, in the candidate’s mind.

And I benefit from the good will of the candidates as the “bundler” who is recommending financial contributions to their campaigns.

The donor also benefits from the advice because I’ve been in this game for over 20 years now and often have a better idea which candidates are true conservatives who will stick to their principles once elected – although I, too, am occasionally fooled (see: Michael Roberson) – and which are full of flapdoodle.

I also often have a better idea of which campaigns are truly well-run and which candidates are merely talking a good game.

This way the donor is less likely to invest good money with bad candidates running bad campaigns in races they aren’t likely to win no matter how much Susie Sunshine they blow up our collective skirts.

So with Bob’s fine and deeply appreciated example in mind, here are my top four recommendations for conservative legislative campaign contributions in the general election. And yes, all have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge; for me, that’s a litmus test.

Here ya go…

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1.) Jill Dickman: Assembly District 31 (Washoe County)

AD 31 is the only district with a Republican majority of voters and a Democrat incumbent. Worse, the incumbent, Skip Daly, is a card-carrying unionista.  Daly’s 2013 conservative rating from Citizen Outreach was a putrid 11.54%

Dickman is an unapologetic fiscal conservative and businesswoman who has been active for many years in the Washoe County GOP. She’s paid her dues, and then some.

In the Republican primary, she was initially facing an establishment tax-and-spend Republican who ended up not running at the last minute. But instead of getting behind Dickman, Assembly Minority Leader Pat Hickey scrambled furiously to find another mushy-moderate establishment candidate to run against her.

He found one in the form of a stand-for-nothing, term-limited Sparks city councilman. But despite a tremendous funding advantage and endorsements by not only Hickey, but Gov. Brian Sandoval and other “elite” GOP officials in Washoe County, Dickman won.

She didn’t out-raise her opponent. She out-thought him and out-worked him.

Dickman has the best chance of all the state Assembly races this year of knocking off an incumbent Democrat and picking up a net seat. Better, we wouldn’t just be getting an additional Republican, we’d be getting an additional CONSERVATIVE Republican.  That’s a “two-fer” worth investing in.

2.) Assemblywoman Michele Fiore: Assembly District 4 (Clark County)

If you look in the dictionary for the term “Conservative Political Boat Rocker” you’ll find a picture of Michele Fiore.

The freshman assemblywoman from Las Vegas chalked up the highest conservative rating of any member of the 2013 Legislature and is unabashed and unafraid of taking the fight to the other side – including the liberal media.

Liberal blogger Jon Ralston despises Michele Fiore. DESPISES.  That should tell you all you need to know.

It’s one thing to quietly cast the correct vote on bill after bill. It’s another thing to lead the conservative charge at the tip of the spear.  Conservatives don’t have many Republicans in office like that.

Naturally, Fiore has angered not only the left but the pansies in the GOP establishment who would prefer to pat the little girl on the head and tell her to go stand in the corner. Fiore generally has two words for such folks…but I can’t print them here in a family newsletter!

In any event, Fiore has a huge target on her back and the Democrats have a credible candidate running against her in the general election in a “swing” district.

Traditionally a candidate is never more vulnerable as they are in their first re-election campaign. This is Fiore’s first re-election campaign.  Conservatives can’t afford to lose her.

3.) Vicki Dooling: Assembly District 41 (Clark County)

There are a lot of candidates who arrive on the scene with no previous experience as a conservative activist or party volunteer and expect everyone to bow down before them simply because they decided they wanted to be a legislator.

That’s NOT Vicki Dooling!

Vicki is a very responsible and reasonable conservative activist who has been very involved in the tea party movement as a leader since the movement’s inception.

She’s running against Democrat Assemblyman Paul Aizley, whose 5.77% conservative rating from Citizen Outreach in 2013 is even worse than Skip Daly’s. He’s a professional math teacher who protects the government’s monopoly control over education by carrying the teachers union’s water and opposing any true education reform measures.

The district has a small Democrat advantage which could be wiped out by the large number of non-partisan voters in the district who lean Republican. Vicki has an engaged, competent grassroots campaign team on the ground and this race could be not only another GOP pick-up, but another CONSERVATIVE pick-up.

4.) Brent Jones: District 35 (Clark County)

Brent was the conservative candidate in the special election in 2013 for the Senate District 9 seat vacated by Sen. Elizabeth Halseth (R-Maxim Magazine).

The GOP establishment, led by Sen. Moderate Mike Roberson, jettisoned their original recruit in the race and then backed a moderate under qualified and unaccomplished candidate against Jones. She won the primary but went on to lose the seat in the general election.

This time around Jones is running for the state legislative seat currently being (mis)represented by Assemblyman James Healy, whose 7.69% conservative rating from Citizen Outreach puts him firmly in the “Bolshevik” category.

This seat, like Dooling’s, has a Democrat majority that probably equals out once you factor in the GOP-leaning non-partisan voters. And the expected low voter turnout this general election also favors Jones over Healy.

Jones is a business owner with experienced grassroots activists working his campaign. An upset here is possible.  And as with Dooling and Dickman, a Jones victory wouldn’t just be an additional Republican in the Assembly, but an additional CONSERVATIVE Republican in the Assembly.

Maybe that’s why he can’t get the time of day from Minority Leader Hickey or his caucus. He’s gonna have to rely on the financial support of conservatives outside the GOP establishment that has tried to cut his legs out from under him the last two election cycles.

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Make no mistake. I didn’t take the time to write this up merely for your entertainment pleasure.  I want you to cough up some dough!

Not a lot. Just something.  Anything.

I don’t care if all you do is take out a $5 bill from your pocket or purse, wrap it up in a sheet of paper and mail it to me with a note reading, “Please give this to (insert name of candidate of your choice).”

Better, take out a $10 and designate that it go to one candidate, or specify that it be divided between two candidates.

Ditto a $20.  Designate all $20 for one candidate, or $10 each for two candidates, or $5 each for four candidates.

It’d be better if you sent a check, but the candidates can deposit cash just as well. Just make sure you include your name and snail-mail address on the sheet of paper so the candidate will know who and where to mail the thank you card.

And if they DON’T mail you a thank you card, I want to know about it…because there will be hell to pay for taking your generosity for granted!

Similarly, if you’re better off financially and can contribute more, PLEASE do so.

Write a couple of $10 checks. Or $25 checks.  Or $100 checks.  Mix-and-match.  There is no wrong donation strategy here.

Just contribute SOMETHING to SOMEBODY…or multiple somebodies.

Again, all four of these candidates are unapologetic conservatives.

All have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge.

All are running credible campaigns and are walking, not just talking

All have a chance to win on November 4.

But they need last-minute money for get-out-the-vote efforts.

Now, to be totally honest with you Republicans in the Assembly have virtually no chance to win the majority in the Assembly this year.

Sorry, but that’s the reality born of lousy mamby-pamby leadership.

However…

There’s an EXCELLENT chance to elect a conservative majority within the assembly minority that would DRAMATICALLY change the go-along-to-get-along mentality embraced by Minority Leader Hickey and the other weak-kneed Gumby Republican moderates in his caucus.

Look…

If you can’t even bring yourself to invest five lousy dollars to help elect bona fide conservative candidates to the Nevada Legislature, then you’re not serious about making a change.

The ONLY reason more conservative candidate didn’t win more GOP primary races this year is that they were outspent with establishment money from lobbyists and other special interests.

And unless you and I step up and make sure conservatives have enough money to compete fairly, we’re going to keep getting screwed legislative session after legislative session.

So stop whatever you’re doing RIGHT NOW!

Reach for you checkbook or wallet.

Pull SOMETHING out.

I don’t care how much. But the more the better.

Stick your cash or checks (made payable to the CANDIDATE, not me) in an envelope RIGHT NOW with your name and address printed (legibly!) on a piece of paper instructing me on who to give it to.

Put a stamp on the envelope RIGHT NOW.

And mail it to:

Citizen Outreach PAC
c/o Chuck Muth
5841 E. Charleston Blvd., Ste. 230-253
Mt. Reagan, NV 89142

If you do it RIGHT NOW, I’ll be able to “bundle” your contribution(s) with everyone else’s and get them to the candidates when they need it the most…RIGHT NOW.

Thank you for your time and consideration in this important “insurgent” effort.

Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
The Campaign Doctor
Professor of Psephology (homeschooled)
Nevada’s #1 Irritator of Liberals

P.S. Reminder: It’s better and safer to send checks, but the odds are good that cash donations of small amounts will come through with no problem.  It did inside birthday cards my son received a couple weeks ago!

P.P.S. Reminder: If sending a check, make the check payable to the CANDIDATE, not to me or Citizen Outreach PAC.  I’m simply “bundling” individual and corporate contributions, not making PAC contributions.

P.P.P.S. If you prefer to contribute via credit card, just include your name as it appears on the card, your credit card number, the expiration date and CVV code from the back of the card on a sheet of paper with your donation instructions on it.  All four campaigns are set up to accept and process credit card donations.

P.P.P.P.S. If you choose NOT to make even a token investment in advancing the conservative cause in November – especially when there are so many viable opportunities to change the direction of the GOP Assembly caucus – then don’t even think about, under any circumstance, emailing me and bitching about what Hickey and the other Gumby Republicans do in the next legislative session.

I don’t have time for whiners and complainers who can’t even put a token five dollars where their mouths are.

This is where we separate the wheat from the chaff.

Are you going to just keep talking about electing more conservatives?

Or are you going to be part of the fight to actually do it this year?

P.P.P.P.P.S. If you want to call me to further discuss your donation options, give me a ring at (702) 942-3291.  You can also just bring your contributions, sealed in an envelope, to this week’s First Friday Happy Hour with you.

Cheers!