August  2018

#WalkAway Campaign
#WalkAway - Brandon Straka,
#WalkAway - Brandon Straka, "Why I left the Democratic Party"
The "Walk Away" Movement Is Not Russian Bots! #WalkAway
Homeless in LA - Gary Gileno
If you haven't been downtown LA recently this video will give you a good Idea of what is going on. 

If you would like to see more videos that Gary has produce please subscribe to his YouTube channel grindall61 and follow on him Facebook.
August  13, 2018 Meeting
Joshua Scott  
Having grown up as a proud American patriot in southern California to a diverse family, I always saw myself as someone who would be perfect to represent the people of this amazing region. We live in a time where we have watched so many small businesses continuously fail due to burdensome regulations, and I have an immense desire to help businesses thrive again, as well as create jobs for hard working Americans.
Ice Agent Jorge Field 

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) enforces federal laws governing border control, customs, trade and immigration to promote homeland security and public safety. ICE was created in 2003 through a merger of the investigative and interior enforcement elements of the former U.S. Customs Service and the Immigration and Naturalization Service. ICE now has more than 20,000 employees in more than 400 offices in the United States and 46 foreign countries. The agency has an annual budget of approximately $6 billion, primarily devoted to three operational directorates - Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) and Office of the Principal Legal Advisor (OPLA). A fourth directorate - Management and Administration - supports the three operational branches to advance the ICE mission.

President Message -  Jack Mercica
August  2018

"One nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all - both born and pre-born.
Many of you who attend our monthly meetings have heard former President Judi Neal and myself repeat this tag line to our Pledge of Allegiance as a reminder to all, that liberty and justice belong to all conceived Americans, not just the ones that are able to make it safely out of the womb of its mother. With the recent nomination of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, that idea may become nationally sanctioned.
Finish reading Jack's Message
From My Prospective - Carolyn Gonzales
"It happened slowly, imperceptibly. One day slipped into another, one generation replaced another as the future became shorter than the past. Was I so oblivious that I did not see the smoky haze that hid a
terrible enemy, an enemy who looked like me, walked like me, and I thought talked like me. Was I so naïve, or was the enemy so clever? Perhaps it was both." Carolyn L. Gonzales

The story of one man, loved and revered by the Democrats; a man who was courted by both celebrity and political personalities. A handsome man, wealthy, and smart. He was a man who was complex; on one hand he was very compassionate and helped many strangers, on the other, a hard fast negotiator and demanding executive. Over the years, his popularity continued, and then one day, he had an epiphany and realized, his innate values were more aligned with the Republican Party, and so he changed
MVRC Monthly Meeting Information
August 13, 2018 MONTHLY MEETING 
Please RSVP    (909) 305-3717   
830 W. Bonita Ave, Claremont, CA 91711
(Southwest corner of Bonita/Mountain)
Social: 5:30 p.m.;  Dinner 6:00 p.m
Meeting: 6:40 p.m.  
Speaker begin: 7:00 p.m.
Dinner included with the meeting 
$15.00, Members  
$20.00 Non-Member

Attending meeting ONLY (Starts at 7:00 pm)
Member $5.00 
Non-Member $10  
Candidates to Follow

Mark Meuser
Secretary of State

Of all the offices we will be voting for this November, Secretary of State will be one of the most important offices to fill.  We must do all we can to insure that Mark Meuser is our next SOS.

Judge Steven Bailey
Attorney General

We have a lot of work to do to help Judge Bailey get elected to be our next Attorney General.  We cannot afford to have the left continue to run this state.

Yes on 6- Repeal the Gas Tax Organization Meeting
Repeal the GAS TAX!
What: How much will the new car and gas tax hike lead to an increase in the cost-of-living in the Inland Empire? How much of our existing gas tax funds are diverted and wasted by state and local transportation agencies? These questions will be answered as the statewide Gas Tax Repeal Initiative campaign kicks off in the Inland Empire with an Organizing Meeting of activists and local elected leaders.

Why: "The Gas and Car tax hikes will cost the typical family of four $700 more per year in higher taxes, but the roads will not get fixed because the politicians will continue to divert the funds as they always have in the past. Taxpayers deserve better and we invite anyone fed up with the skyrocketing cost-of-living and outright theft of road repair funds by politicians to join our campaign at" - Carl DeMaio, Chairman of Reform

Covina YES ON 6 - Gas Tax Repeal Organizing Meeting
August 23, 2018  
200 E. Rowland St, 
Covina, Ca 91723

Want to be part of the biggest taxpayer revolt in California since 1978's Prop 13?

You are invited to attend an "organizing meeting" in your area for the YES ON 6 - Gas Tax Repeal Campaign!
By attending this briefing, you will learn why we need to repeal the car and gas tax hikes and how you can help spread the word to other voters so we can win in November.  We will discuss campaign strategy, plan upcoming events in your area, identify local elected officials that are supportive of the YES ON 6 - Gas Tax Repeal, and devise additional projects in your area to get our message out.

The YES ON 6 - Gas Tax Repeal Campaign needs your help and it starts by attending this informational and organizing meeting.
  Visit Gas Tax Repeal

Proposition Review November 2018 
By Hayden Lening
The Proposition are coming! Proposition are Coming!

Much like Paul Revere sounded the alarm that the British were coming, we are sounding the alarm for the Propositions that will be on the November Ballot. We will do our best to break them down to make them understandable. We are already aware of the GAS Tax repeal statement that will give most of the vote masses a warm fuse feeling to try and keep the gas tax in place so there is no time like the present to starting talk to people about the "half truths" that will be told about about them and do our best to educate people to see the truth.

Below are 3 bills that are being considered in Sacramento. I loving call it "Sacromental"!

AB 398 -the Cap & Trade extension for another 10 years at least.  Raises gas prices every time "credits" are purchased, as the public is forced to pay for the bribery of the legislature.  Bribery because they are paying the government that is so concerned about pollution so that they can pollute more.

AB 1668 -The "Water Conservation" bill which demands that we are limited to 55 gallons of water per day per person in any and every household.

This is conservatively 1/4 of what we ordinarily use and is futilely aimed at reducing consumption.  Fines will occur when we cannot meet the standard.  The fine will be placed on the water supplier and be passed along to the consumer.  $1000 to $10,000 per day depending on drought conditions established by the governor and his hand selected panel. When you hear the word "Sustainability" is the the warm fuse word for rationing.
(Rationing is the controlled distribution of scarce resources, goods, or services, or an artificial restriction of demand.)

AB2943 -A ban on the use of any book that shows that homosexuality is wrong.  This includes the Bible and Catholic Catechism classes, as well as any Bible study group in any Christian sect.

We are not sure whether to laugh or weep
at the subterfuge involved in this, especially Prop 6. Please read and understand the lies that are being told via our State Government.

September 10, 2018 California Political News & Propositions 2018
Stephen Frank Biography
Long time political activist  
Human Rights Activist (Freedom is a human right)
(Foodie-devotee to The Food Network)
Political Actions-Current
Advise campaigns and causes on "Netroots", the use of the Internet for building the base, moving the message, broadening the reach of phone banks and voter contact, etc. Promotion of ground support efforts.
  1. Development of volunteer organizations in support of candidates and causes, including creating coalitions
  2. Working with People of Faith in support of candidates and causes
  3. Advise candidates on local political issues, leadership and potential support
In This Issue
State Races
John Cox for Governor
Judge Steven Bailey Attorney General
Meuser for Secretary of State 2018
Local District Races

Tim Donnelly 8th Congressional District
Sean Flynn, 31st Congressional District
CA State Incumbents

Edmund G Brown Jr.
Lt. Governor
Gavin Newsom
Attorney General
Xavier Beccera

Secretary of State
Alex Padilla
Attorney General
Xavier Beccera

Secretary of State
Alex Padilla
State Treasurer
John Chiang

U S Senators

Republican Party
State and Local

The Republican Party of California
Republican Party of Orange County
San Bernardino County Republican Party

Local Clubs

California 48th District Republican Committee
Chaffey Community Republican Womens Federated
Chino Tea Party
Corona Act For America
East San Gabriel Valley Republican Center, Inc
La Crescenta Valley RWF
Republican Club
of the Foothills

Republican Party,
49th AD

Redland Tea Party Patriots

Training for
Future Leadership

Patriot Academy Training Champions to Change the World
Young America's Foundation


California Political Review
Pacific Justice Institute
Online Voter Registration
SOS-Registration Filing Dates

President 2018-2019
Jack Mercica
Vice President
Linnie Drolet
Frank Murray
Deborah Scott-Toux  
Judi Neal
Hayden Lening
Wendy Gish
Fund Raising
Ly Kou
Jon Hart
Student Scholarships

High School and College students are eligible for yearly paid membership as long as they are in school and willing to participate in election canvassing, petition signature gathering and phone banking.

Also, available for High School and College students is the Margaret Scott Reagan Ranch Scholarship.  Participants are required to submit a full page essay on "What being a conservative means to them."  If you know a student who meets this criteria, please have them contact MVRC for contest requirements.

Petitions & Bills

Conservatives Meet Here - Membersh ip Information

MVRC, P.O. Box 1536, Claremont, CA 91711

Members: $25.00
Seniors: $20.00 (60 & up) 
Couples: $40.00
Students: $10.00
Active Duty Service: Free

The Mountain View Republican Club makes every effort to bring to its members, speakers who are knowledgeable on a variety of topics.  It does so solely with the intent of broadening its members knowledge.  
Some topics may be controversial, and there may be differences of opinions, however, the Mt. View Republican Club will not censor information that is relative to today's headlines, or political conversations.
If a member finds any speaker objectionable, please contact us at 909-305-3717.