Rock River Patriots Meeting Friday December 11th

The Rock River Patriots will be having a meeting this Friday December 11th in Fort Atkinson at the Dwight Foster Library at 6:00pm.  The Dwight Foster Library is located at 209 Merchants Avenue.

At this meeting, we welcome Mark Griffin, Field Coordinator for the John Birch Society who will be giving a presentation about their Support Your Local Police campaign.

After the presentation, we will celebrate Christmas with a time of food and fellowship and discuss plans for the upcoming year.

Hope to see you all there!
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Rock River Patriots Meeting Friday January 9th – CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER

I regret to inform all of you planning to attend the Rock River Patriots Meeting tomorrow night, January 9th, 2015, that the meeting has been cancelled due to the weather.  We received notice that many people were not going to be able to attend because of the bad weather.

Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.   We hope to see you all in February at our next meeting!

 

Common Core Hearing A Sham!

Steve Kauffeld is a member of the Watertown School Board and a member of the Rock River Patriots.

March 8, 2014
Letter to the Editor,
On Thur Feb 6 th , the people’s voice was stymied, by an orchestrated public hearing lead by Sen.Luther Olsen who is chairman of the Senate Education Committee. The hearing was on Senate Bill 619 co-sponsored by Senator Leah Vukmir and Senator Paul Farrow.
I try to attend various legislative hearings in Madison and other locations around the state, particularly those I have a vested interest in. Being a school board member, I have had considerable interest in the implementation of Common Core standards in our state’s public schools.
  I don’t know what is more galling to me, the political gamesmanship proffered  by Sen Luther Olsen with his AP interview two hours before the hearing was held, stating that this Bill was dead, the preferential treatment given the DPI, CESA administrators, our district school superintendent and their staff and supportive teachers, or the subsequent AP article published in the Watertown Times Fri.   March 7th, page 7, first section. I could write an entire article on the bias shown and misrepresentations printed in that article. This article would have you believe there was no public interest or input at this hearing. However, many people from across the State were in attendance. I would testify there were easily as many or more private citizens in attendance and supportive of SB619. Also the lions share of testimony by the private citizens was not allowed to be heard until four hours after the hearing began. If you have any interest, and you should, check out Wis. Eye on the internet. All hearings are recorded.
I would also have you note the accompanying photo {Watertown Daily Times}   shows our edu-crates standing in solidarity behind their chosen speakers {talk about using the bully pulpit}. Just a point of interest, it is supposed to be against legislative hearing decorum to show any physical, verbal or non-verbal, assent or dissent during testimony. All non-testifying persons are to be appropriately seated. But this was not a normal hearing. When you attend, there is normally white printed papers you can use to register either to speak or write a note whether you support the proposed bill or oppose. Not at this hearing. It was stated that you must use either the new pink or blue sheets to register. Any white sheets would not be recognized. This left hundreds of white registration sheets filled out by citizens who were unable to attend because of difficulty of distance, time or commitment with no voice in the process. Fortunately I heard co-sponsor Sen. Paul Farrow directed that   all the white registration forms were to be collected and he would see to it they were read and counted.
It was also stated by Rep. Steve Nass’s legislative staffer that in his twenty years of working in the Capitol, he has never witnessed the overt disregard for a fellow party member whether they were Democrat or Republican.
This to me explains the most egregious act of all by Sen Luther Olsen. The fact is, he has considerable conflict of interest even being a member of the education committee, let alone the chair person. You see, his wife is a CESA 6 administrator and his family profits handsomely from this position, let alone the political ramifications. Luther Olsen, at the very least should have recused himself as Committee Chair person during this whole process. His actions on March 6, indicate to me that he does not deserve to be a State Senator.
Finally, SB619 and it’s companion bill 617 in the House actually does have broad support. Why shouldn’t it? SB619 repeals nothing but offers the ability of private citizens of this state to have a voice in the curriculum and standards taught to our children. They are not the property of the community/state. Do you agree, that our professional bureaucrats and supposed experts don’t always get it right? Would you not also agree that we the citizen taxpayers should have a voice? We are not chattel to be marginalized. I would suggest any and all state Senators should be contacted and encouraged to pass SB619.

Steve Kauffeld   {Watertown School Board Member}

Choose Your Crime Stats

Federal Judge OKs Installation of Surveillance Cameras Without a Warrant

I guess private property isn’t really private after-all.  This is the epitome of BIG BROTHER!!!  This stems from another drug case, which along with “terrorism” cases seem to take our constitutional protections and throw them out the window.

Federal Judge OKs Installation of Surveillance Cameras Without a Warrant

On October 29, a federal district court judge ruled that police can enter onto privately owned property and install secret surveillance cameras without a warrant.

The judge did set forth a few guidelines that must be followed before such activity would be permissible, but the fact that such a scenario is accepted as constitutional by a federal judge is a serious setback for privacy and for the Fourth Amendment.

The Fourth Amendment guarantees:

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

link to full article

Michael Shaw and Beverly Eakman – September 15th at Olympia Resort in Oconomowoc, WI

Mark your calender! The Rock River Patriots and the WI 9/12 Project welcome you to an informative seminar on UN Agenda 21 featuring Michael Shaw from Freedom Advocates. 

We also welcome Beverly Eakman to speak on how to counter Group Manipulation Tactics!  These well-known speakers will provide essential knowledge to understand and counter UN Agenda 21.

The process of creating “consensus” is a tool used to further a predetermined globalist outcome.  Learn the techniques that will be used against you and the means to counter them!

The seminar will begin at 1pm with Beverly Eakman focusing on Countering Group Manipulation Tactics.  There will be a break for dinner from 4-6pm.  At 6pm we will resume the seminar with Michael Shaw speaking on Agenda 21.  His presentation will conclude with information specific to how Agenda 21 is being implemented in Wisconsin.

Discounted rooms will be available for those who are traveling a long distance.

Here is the downloadable Eakman-Shaw Flyer.

Rock River Patriots Meeting Friday August 24th

Hello Patriots,

The Rock River Patriots are having a meeting on Friday August 24th in Fort Atkinson at 6pm.  We will be meeting in the community room of the Dwight Foster Library, located at 209 Merchants Avenue in Fort Atkinson.

At this meeting we will discuss the primary election results as well as current events and initiatives.  Kirsten Lombard, from the WI 9/12 Project, will be giving a presentation on Green Tier.

This will definitely be an informative meeting.  Hope to see you all there!

ReminderUPCOMING EVENT – September 15th at Olympia Resort in Oconomowoc, WI

Mark your calender! The Rock River Patriots and the WI 9/12 Project welcome you to an informative seminar on UN Agenda 21 featuring Michael Shaw from Freedom Advocates.  We also welcome Beverly Eakman to speak on how to counter Group Manipulation Tactics!  These well-known speakers will provide essential knowledge to understand and counter UN Agenda 21.

The process of creating “consensus” is a tool used to further a predetermined globalist outcome.  Learn the techniques that will be used against you and the means to counter them!

The seminar will begin at 1pm with Beverly Eakman focusing on Countering Group Manipulation Tactics.  There will be a break for dinner from 4-6pm.  At 6pm we will resume the seminar with Michael Shaw speaking on Agenda 21.  His presentation will conclude with information specific to how Agenda 21 is being implemented in Wisconsin.

Discounted rooms will be available for those who are traveling a long distance.  A printable flier will follow soon!