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CHATHAM REPUBLICANS MEET MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 2016 AT 5:30 AT PATE'S RESTAURANT

The regular monthly meeting for August of the Chatham Republican Town Committee will be held on the second Monday of the month as usual, Monday, August 8, 2016. However, this month, instead of meeting at the Chatham Community Center at 5, the meeting will take place at Pate's Restaurant, 1260 Main Street, Chatham, beginning at 5:30. Beverages will be available for purchase during the meeting and attendees are invited to stay for dinner afterwards.

All Republicans, conservatives and patriotic Americans committed to Republican victories in November are welcome to attend.

Acting Chairman Diane Bronsdon will preside. There will be an election for a permanent chairman, so all elected members are urged to attend. All elected members have received a list of all elected members with contact information. Any elected member is eligible for election as chairman. Any elected member can nominate herself or himself with no second required.

The draft agenda may be viewed or printed out by clicking on the link below:

2016.8.8 CRTC Agenda.pdf

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FULL FBI CHARGE OF VIOLATIONS OF FEDERAL LAW BY HILLARY CLINTON

If you want to hear all of FBI Director Comey's catalog of Hillary's violations, this two-minute video does it. What he describes is "gross negligence" in handling national security matters. The criminal statute describing gross negligence does not require a finding of any intent to harm the nation, as Comey knows. His statement makes it clear that Hillary Clinton without question violated the law - Title 18 sec 793(f) -- which carries a maximum penalty of ten years in prison.

(f) Whoever, being entrusted with or having lawful possession or control of any document, writing, code book, signal book, sketch, photograph, photographic negative, blueprint, plan, map, model, instrument, appliance, note, or information, relating to the national defense, (1) through gross negligence permits the same to be removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of his trust, or to be lost, stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, or (2) having knowledge that the same has been illegally removed from its proper place of custody or delivered to anyone in violation of its trust, or lost, or stolen, abstracted, or destroyed, and fails to make prompt report of such loss, theft, abstraction, or destruction to his superior officer— Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.

Comey: Although we did not find clear evidence that Secretary Clinton or her colleagues intended to violate laws governing the handling of classified information, there is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.

For example, seven email chains concern matters that were classified at the top secret, special access program, at the time they were sent and received. Those chains involve Secretary Clinton both sending emails about those matters, and receiving emails about those matters. There is evidence to support a conclusion that any reasonable person in Secretary Clinton's position or in the position of those with whom she was corresponding about those matters, should have known that an unclassified system was no place for that conversation.

In addition to this highly sensitive information, we also found information that was properly classified secret by the U.S. intelligence community at the time it was discussed on email. That is excluding any later upclassified emails.

None of these emails should have been on any unclassified system. But their presence is especially concerning because all of these emails were housed on unclassified personal servers not even supported by full time security staff, like those found at agencies and departments of the United States government, or even with a commercial email service like GMail.

I think it's also important to say something about the marking of classified information. Only a very small number of the emails here (note: not zero, as Clinton has claimed) containing classified information bore markings that indicated the presence of classified information. But even if information is not marked classified in an email, participants who know or should know that the subject of the matter is classified are still obligated to protect it.

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FBI: HILLARY'S GROSS NEGLIGENCE ENDANGERING NATIONAL SECURITY WILL BE A MATTER FOR THE VOTING PUBLIC TO EVALUATE

Hillary Clinton was found to be grossly negligent in handling classified emails, lying about what she did countless times, endangering national security and destroying thousands of documents containing State Department information required to be preserved and made public.

FBI Director Comey made a judgment not to recommend criminal prosecution, but laid out in detail the violations of law and breaches of national security in which Hillary Clinton engaged.

He in effect said that the information the FBI is making public can be used by the public in making their decisions in November.


Was this the right way for the FBI to proceed?

Two views: Andy McCarthy at National Review and John Hinderaker at PowerLine.

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PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION DAY TUESDAY MARCH 1

In Massachusetts the polls are open from 7am to 8pm for separate Republican and Democratic votes. Independents can vote in either primary.

Voters will cast their vote for their preferred presidential candidate, their state committee man and woman and those seeking to be on the local party committee.

For the Cape & Islands district, which includes Chatham and most the towns of Cape Cod and the Islands, there is a contest for Republican state committeeman between the incumbent Fran Manzelli and Ronald Beaty. Manzelli has done a decent job and I will be casting my vote for Fran. Beaty is also running for County Commissioner, which race will appear on the ballot in the September primary and the November final.

Judy Crocker, who also has done a decent job, is running for re-election as Republican state committeewoman unopposed and I will be voting for her.

In Chatham, there is a group of 35 seeking to be the next Chatham Republican Town Committee, from 2016-2020. You can vote for all members of the Group by filling in the oval next to the word "Group" at the top of the list. Marie Acton's name is at the top of the list. No other Republicans filed to run for the committee posts. I will be voting for the Group.

Results will be posted on this website on Wednesday after the Tuesday vote.

Fran Meaney

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ALL WELCOME: CHATHAM REPUBLICANS MEET MONDAY, FEB 8, 5PM, CHATHAM COMMUNITY CENTER


If you have friends who haven't registered to vote, urge them to do and to register Republican!

To keep up with what's going on check this website regularly and our Republican calendar
https://calendar.google.com/calendar/render?tab=wc#main_7%7Clist

Our presidential preference primary is Tuesday, March 1. If for whatever reason you can't get to the polls on Election Day you can apply for an absentee ballot. Click on the link for an application for an absentee ballot.

absentee_ballot application.pdf

Print it out (two pages), fill it out, date and sign it and mail both pages to your Town Clerk. (It's a self mailer if you can print both sides of one page; otherwise, just put both pages in an envelope and mail or deliver the envelope to the Town Clerk's Office.) Absentee ballots should be available at the Town Clerk's offices around the middle of February and one will be sent to you. You can also go to the Town Clerk's office in person to fill out an Application and, if the official ballots have arrived by then, you can also vote right then and there. Call the Town Clerk's Office to find out if the official ballots have arrived if you want to go vote in person. You can do that right up to the day before March 1 if you are to be out of town on March 1.


CHATHAM REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE
MEETING, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2015, 5 P.M.
CHATHAM COMMUNITY CENTER

AGENDA
VICE CHAIRMAN ELAINE GIBBS PRESIDING

I. PLEDGE
II. INTRODUCTIONS
III.MEETING REMINDER:
2nd Monday each month-next March 14,2016
IV.SECRETARY MARIE ACTON - REPORT-CHANGES/APPROVE MINUTES
V. TREASURER KEVIN SMITH'S REPORT-CHANGES/APPROVE
VI.IMPORTANT DATES
Feb 9- NH Primary
Feb10- Registration deadline to vote in Massachusetts Primary
Feb 11 Democratic Debate
Feb 13-Republican Debate
Feb 20-SC Primary
Feb 26-Republican debate-Telemundo
Mar 1-Super Tuesday- Al,AR,CO,GA,MA,MN,ND,OK,TN,TX,VA,WY
Mar 5 -Primary-KS,KY,LA,ME
Mar 8-Primary HI,ID,MI,MS
Mar 9-Democratic debate
Mar 10-Republican debate
Mar 14-Primary-FL,Il,MO,NC,OH
Mar 22-Primary-AZ,UT
VII-VOTE ON SUPER TUESDAY (March 1) Be sure to vote not only for your presidential preference but also for the slate of 35 running to be the new Chatham Republican Town Committee. You can vote for them all by filling in the block at the top of the list. Get your friends and neighbors to do the same.
VIII- ISSUES/CURRENT EVENTS
-Iowa results-what does it mean? (350m/3 million)
11 candidates- 180m voted (40m to the bottom 8) Top 3 separated by 8m votes (51/45/43)
Dirty tricks or just politics? (Coin toss/Carson/Microsoft app)
-BERNIE-could he win the Presidency?
$19.6 trillion in tax hikes over 10 years/won't wear tux
X-WHILE NO ONE IS WATCHING
-Obama visit to Baltimore Mosque-that has produced terrorists.
-500,000 have overstayed visas in 2015- 3600 from Pak,Iraq,Iran,Syria,Yemen,AF,Libya)
-Prisoner release in exchange for Navy personnel- never boarded plane
-Regulations (9-17) employers of more than 100 must report salaries by race and gender
-WH "Task Force on New America" - to speed up citizenship for 750m immigrants in LA alone
-Obama pardoned in Jan - 5 men indicted for illegally exporting US tech to Iran
-Administration reducing aerial surveillance at border by 50%
-More Hillary emails with names of CIA officers and foreigners on payroll
-McConnell announces will not bring bi-partisan legislation- too divisive. Obama free reign.
-Generals recommend draft for women.
XI-STRAW POLL
XII-OTHER BUSINESS

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Jeff Sessions: Without Ted Cruz, Amnesty Would Have Passed In 2013

Jeff Sessions: Without Ted Cruz, Amnesty Would Have Passed In 2013

Real Clear Politics, December 21, 2015

Sen. Jeff Sessions gave a full-throated defense of Sen. Ted Cruz at an event Friday in Daphne, Alabama. Cruz is facing attacks from Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, and others over technical issues regarding amendments to a 2013 immigation reform bill which never passed.

"People need to remember this, because this election is going to decide, the crowd who pushed that bill," Sessions said. "Will they be in the White House, and allowed to push their agenda, or will we have somebody else?"

"Remember after the 2006 battle, people started sending bricks to Congress, to build a wall with... The switchboards were shutdown, millions of Americans were calling. And when we finally had a vote, only 46 voted for it. The people spoke and the Congress, although it was dicey, they listened."

"In 2013 they spent a billion and a half dollars to promote this legislation, the political consultants, they had pollsters hired to spin the numbers, they had special interest groups, they met for months, the gang of eight, they were determined, it was a near on thing, it was a worse bill than the 2007 bill. It gave amnesty first... We voted more than once to build a fence, do we have a fence?"

"So it came before the Senate, and the gang of eight met every day, they also had been meeting for months with the special interests and activists, the la Raza group, the ACLU, and businesses who want more and more cheap labor."

"They had a scheme -- a plan to vote down every amendment no matter what the amendment was. They did it because they said they had achieved a delicate balance between enforcement, and they had the perfect bill... Every amendment was voted down by every Democrat and a number of Republicans. it was a tense."

"It was that close to being passed... and I think I can say this with integrity. Without the vigorous opposition of Ted Cruz, this bill likely would have passed."

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