Classes are held Every 3rd Monday of the month
@ Elmer's Restaurant Banquet Room
Interstate 5 - & Garden Valley East- 6-8:30 pm - Open to the public - Donations Welcome
September 18, 2017
PRO'S AND CON'S OF A CHARTER GOVERNMENT
Guest Speaker - John Parker, Jr
Read the charter for Douglas County Oregon by clicking Here
7 POINTS LISTED FOR DISCUSSION BY GUEST SPEAKER
1. What happens to our Sheriff?
2. When will newly elected seats be filled ?
3. Governor to appoint one Commissioner while current Douglas County Commissioners appoint remaining 2 seats?
4. Will a County Manager cost more than current Commissioner Salary?
5. How will the Charter affect department personel & daily operations?
6. Will Repealing the Charter once in place, be even possible?
7. Disclosure of "favors" or "promises" from future contractors by County Managers be a problem for taxpayers?
Jo Rae Perkins Congressional House Candidate 4th District will be speaking
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT FOR THE LAST 14 YEARS - MANY BLESSINGS FOR ALL OF YOU!!
"IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOUR RIGHTS ARE, AND HOW TO DEFEND THOSE RIGHTS.......YOU HAVE NONE"
16 American Jurisprudence 2d, Sovereignty of the states
"The original thirteen states existed prior to the adoption of the Federal Constitution and before that time possessed all the attributes of sovereignty. All these attributes except those surrendered by the formation of the Constitution and the amendments there to have been retained. But the sovereign power of the states is necessarily diminished to the extend of the grants of power to the federal government in the Constitution, an it is subject to the restraints and limitations of the Constitution.
New states, upon their admission into the Union, become invested with equal rights and are subject only to such restrictions as are imposed upon the states already admitted. There can be no state of the Union who's sovereignty or freedom of action is in any respect different from that of any other state. There can be no restriction upon any state other than one prescribed upon all the states by the Federal Constitution. Congress, in admitting a state, cannot restrict such state by bargain. The state, by so contracting with Congress, is in no way bound by such a contract however irrevocable it is stated to be. It is said that the subject to the restraint and limitations of the Federal Constitution, the states have all the sovereignty powers of independent nations over all persons and things within their respective territorial limits."
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