Wednesday, May 14, 2014

PTP Wire | Pitchfork Protest III minus the Pitchfork

Issue: # 2014- 35
May / 2014
This Issue
Upcoming Events
Recent Local Elections
Pitchfork Protest III
The Power of Property Rights
Upcoming Events 


May 14

Pitchfork Protest III



York Hall

301 Main Street

Yorktown, VA


 See Below



May 19

Jihad In America



Middlesex Sportsman Hunt Club

1860 Twiggs Ferry Road

Hartfield, VA  23071 


Bob Heffley from Act in America! will be speaking at the Mid-Pen Tea Party Meeting, concerning Jihad in America.



May 22

Concerned Women for America

Prayer/Action Chapter 



Bethel Baptist Church

1004 Yorktown Road

Yorktown, VA  23693

Government Notables



If you have specific legislation that hits home, provide examples of why it should or shouldn't support it, I will be glad to include it in the next edition.


If you read certain legislation differently, please feel free to share also.


Recent Local Elections
Recently, local elections determine several positions.  One that is in controversy is Rick Jones, who won before he lost. 


Hampton Elections

Mayor: George E. Wallace; City Council: Donnie R. Tuck, Will J. Moffett and Linda D. Curtis; School Board: Joseph C. Kilgore, Jason Samuels and Linwood "Butch" Harper.


Newport News Elections

Mayor: McKinley L. Price, City Council: Herbert Bateman, Jr., Sharon Scott and Saundra Cherry; School Board: Gary B. Hunter (Note 1), T. Jeff Stodghill, Douglas C. Brown and Carlton Ashby.



 Pitchfork Protest III



York Hall

301 Main Street

Yorktown, VA


 May want to arrive at 5:30 -- parking is limited.


York County Supervisors are getting ready to rezone land owned by as many as 4000-7000 landowners in YC and REMOVE existing farming rights. Delegates Brenda Pogge, Gordon Helsel & Rick Morris have agreed to speak. 


The rally ends at 7pm when the Planning Commission meeting starts. Even if you can't make it to the rally, PLEASE COME TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING at 7pm. The meeting normally ends at 10pm.


Over 430 people have signed this petition... it will only take a minute and is free:


This is not JUST about property rights, farming rights, cleaning the Bay & oysters. It is about stopping the abuse of power by our local elected officials.

The Power of Property Rights
The Power of Property Rights
The surfer situation is viewed by some as anarchy.  Where people working out their conflicts without the use of government or third parties (i.e. without government).  They feel they must speak for those unable, therefore, injecting government is necessary.


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