|This week the economic and political solons of the world will converge on Davos, Switzerland, most by private jet. Each year the conference agenda assumes a heightened, progressive hysteria around the issue of climate. We are, it seems, doomed, unless we agree to total government command of the economy, a ban on fossil fuels, and, for good measure, a universal basic income for those who can’t, or don’t wish to, work. The thought leaders all concur. There can be no debate. The science, after all, is settled.|
Robert Crook has another story to tell us. In his long career as an auditor of some of the largest oil and gas producers in the world, he has seen the twists and fallacies the climate movement utilizes to control the narrative. In fact, the US has led the world in reducing carbon emissions by 50% in the past decade, even while gaining energy independence through the shale revolution and becoming, for the first time, a next exporter of oil and gas.
Davos might not welcome Robert Crook’s ideas, but we’re privileged to have him as our inaugural 2020 guest, for an evening of dissident education around one the main defining issues of our day.
Please join us for a long overdue summit on the facts, and fictions, around the state of the earth.
Thursday, January 30, 7:00 p.m. Greek Taverna 292 Bloomfield Ave, Montclair
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1 Adult for Robert Crook $35.00
2 Adults for Robert Crook $70.00
1 student for Robert Crook $15.00
Our rights are under attack.
With the country experiencing a series of tragic mass shootings, and urban centers pulsating with unchecked, daily violence, the establishment left is leveraging our national trauma in its campaign for more government control over our personal lives and choices.
Grief, shock, and outrage are powerful, natural human reactions to unspeakable events. They are also easy emotions to exploit, by those whose interests revolve less around the sanctity of human life than the accumulation, and retention, of collective power.
Recently in Montclair the issue of Second Amendment rights came to a contentious climax, with the installation of a pro gun control mural on the New Jersey Transit administered Chestnut St. underpass.
For those who value the right of law abiding citizens to self defense and who revere the constitution and the sanctity of individual choice, the complicity of a public agency in unilateral political expression is unacceptable.
The club is in the process of applying for permission to mount an alternative mural on the other side of the underpass.
Enter Alex “Alejandro” Roubian.
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This being Halloween season, it’s time for a terrifying tome, and since Stephen King seems to be taking a hiatus, Murray Sabrin has stepped into the breach with his truly scary offering, “Why the Federal Reserve Sucks”.
We’re thrilled to welcome Murray back for a return appearance at our next Montclair Republican Club meeting on Thursday, 11/7, at the Greek Taverna, 292 Bloomfield Ave, 7:00 p.m.
1 Adult $35.00 For Murray Sabrin
2 Adults $70.00
1 Student with ID $15.00
Dr. Sabrin, in his career as an academic, author, political candidate, and public intellectual, has long been the voice of sanity in the economic mental asylum that is New Jersey. Please join us, if you dare, while he serves up a scare fest of facts about the macro economy in the age of negative interest rates, out of control deficits and a Federal Reserve that pursues a policy of runaway money creation, spinning resources out of thin air. Must be magic. Or witchcraft.
Be warned–some viewers may find this presentation disturbing. Attendee discretion is advised.
Do you believe County government is a footnote, a detail, a non-issue? Guess again. How many of us knows about the 54M contact Essex County maintains with Immigration and Customs Enforcement to detain illegal aliens? Or how much money filters through the county coffers as they fund and administer multiple state run agencies and programs? Exactly who has the power over all of this money? And how does it benefit us?
Adam Kraemer wants us to know. He’s running for Essex County Freeholder against incumbent Democrat Romaine Graham. Adam is a private citizen and lifelong Essex County resident, living in West Orange, married with triplet sixteen-year-olds. A former teacher of Social Studies, he currently works in the Credit Department for Inteplast in Livingston. He’s a graduate of Columbia High School and Colgate University, with two Masters from Teacher’s College of Columbia University.
Adam is a private citizen who loves his community, and if he wins will be the first Republican on the Essex County Board of chosen Freeholders for the last four decades. Think about that.
We’ll welcome Adam to our Fall kickoff club meeting on Thursday, September 19, 7:00 p.m. at the Greek Taverna, 292 Bloomfield Ave, Montclair NJ. $35.00 pp adult includes dinner. $15.00 for student with ID.
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LETTER TO KEVIN S. CORBETT, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR– NJ TRANSIT REGARDING THE CHESTNUT STREET UNDERPASS MURAL
As you may know, New Jersey Transit recently allowed the display of a political mural on an underside wall of the train trestle at Chestnut Street in Montclair.
And, as you also may know, the mural depicts commonly-recognized gun control themes and thereby promotes a single viewpoint on an important political issue currently being debated in community life, the media, and government.
Because NJTransit is a state-owned public transportation system, NJTransit has an ethical and legal obligation to afford free expression, equal protection, and access to opposing viewpoints.
Indeed, NJ Transit appears to recognize this obligation to the constitutional rights of the public in Chapter 83 of its regulations governing the “Conduct and Safety of the Public in the Use of NJ Transit Equipment and Facilities,” wherein it is promulgated:
From time to time, NJ TRANSIT receives requests from members of the public for permission to exercise their constitutional rights of expression at such stations and terminals. NJ TRANSIT, through this chapter, informs and instructs the public how it can exercise its rights on or about NJ TRANSIT facilities and the procedures to be followed in exercising such rights. (16:83-1.1 Purpose; scope) https://www.njtransit.com/pdf/1683_NJT_Regulations.pdf
Indeed, to restrict state-owned facilities for use in promoting a single political viewpoint would violate federal and state constitutional protections against discrimination.
As it happens, our Club wishes to bring forth an alternative viewpoint to that which has already been approved, displayed, and promoted by the artists of the mural and by NJ Transit.
Please let us know, therefore, how we can work with NJ Transit to secure the appropriate permissions and/or permits to commission and display a mural of similar size, scope, and prominence as the existing mural.
Thanking you for your attention to this matter, I am
John Van Wagner, PresidentMontclair Republican Club
This year the Montclair Republicans fielded its largest contingent yet in the township’s 4th of July parade. Every year we grow in numbers, diversity, passion…and visibility!