December 4th 2017
Pacific Legal Foundation
Farmers, Truckers, Businesses and all Citizens!
Join us on December 4th, 2017 at the Church of Glad Tidings, 6:30 PM
Sutter Buttes Tea Party hosts Jeremy Talcott!
Jeremy Talcott – Attorney - Sacramento
Property Rights. Every citizen has them but are they safe? Property rights are the basis of our Liberty. Your life is your property. Your land is your property. Your stuff is your property. The Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) is an organization that has argued before our Supreme Court many times and won. Of the last 11 appearances before our Supreme Court, the PLF has walked away with 9 wins. That’s one darn good track record.
Jeremy Talcott joined the Pacific Legal Foundation in 2016. He focuses on property rights, administrative law, and the separation of powers and federalism principles that (ought to) define American government. Jeremy obtained his undergraduate degree in Communications from the University of Central Florida, but for every minute he spent in classes, he spent five more playing guitar or bass in several noteworthy-for-their-obscurity rock and roll bands. A few tours across the country later, Jeremy realized that he was spending all of his free time reading about the principles of liberty and decided to make a career out of it. He graduated cum laude from Chapman University, Fowler School of Law in Orange, California, where he was president of the Federalist Society, Senior Articles Editor of the Chapman Law Review, and “that guy who keeps trying to talk about the Constitution” of the Chapman Moot Court team. His two favorite parts of law school were externing for Judge Andrew J. Guildford in the Central District of California and getting the top grade in Administrative Law from his favorite professor.
Jeremy has one extremely funny veterinarian wife, two rambunctious twin boys, three hungry cats, two nervous dogs, and a large pile of unread books, all fighting for his attention. He and his wife are slowly working their way through IMDB’s list of the Top 250 Horror Films of All Time.
Likes: separation of powers, due process
Dislikes: deference, delegation
Desires: long walks in a freer country
Drawing for the ammo raffle tonight, while It’s still legal! 300 rnds of 9mm, 200 rnds of .223 with a 2nd place drawing of 60 rnds .223 steel jacket, 400 rnds of 22 LR with a 2nd drawing of 160 rnds of varmint .22 LR. Tickets are donations of $5 each or 5 for $20.
The Sutter Buttes Tea Party meetings begin promptly at 6:30, on the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month at The Church of Glad Tidings at 1179 Eager Road, Live Oak; Highway 99 and Eager Road. Everyone is welcome to join us as we continue to move forward with a renewed enthusiasm in recognition of our achieved success in the White House! As we continue to promote the principles of constitutionally limited government, fiscal responsibility and free markets – we will also acknowledge our progress in those areas and bring attention to the victories for liberty, truth, justice and faith in God, that do not make the headlines.
There is no membership requirement and no cost to attend. Doors open at 6:00 pm with lively music and videos to get you motivated and keep up that “winning” mindset. Come early to socialize with fellow patriots and get a good seat.
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