More Fights, More Fun

Campaign for Liberty

Last month, I sent you some gruesome details on House Bill 187.

Shortly after I emailed you, Senator Gary Simpson removed himself from being a sponsor on the bill.

I don’t know about you, but results like that are fun when they happen.

But unfortunately, this fight is far from over.

In our meetings this month, I will dissect House Bill 187 for you – directly from the actual language of the bill.

In addition, we’ll begin the process of mobilizing on the local fights that our Hartly One-Day School graduates identified using one of the tools they learned at the training.

In Wilmington, the city has gotten fat and sassy from their Instant Ticketing System, where bureaucrats trespass on private property looking for “code violations,” and the owner is declared guilty the moment the ticket is written and must pay extra for an appeal.

And many times, they are ticketing properties and recording the wrong addresses – with the fines and violation records being charged to random neighbors down the street!

In Newark – the city awash with power plant corruption and rain taxes – the Council has recently installed their “Checkpoint Charlie” security apparatus at City Hall to assuage the fears of the City Manager and Mayor.

Meanwhile, University of Delaware students can’t carry basic, open market Taser guns sold on Amazon to protect themselves while walking back from class at night.

Our group in Kent County is taking on the unlawful backdoor registration ordinance in Dover that requires its own citizens to get a permission slip from the Chief of Police in order to carry a firearm for personal protection in city limits.

Let’s be clear: the natural right to bear arms and openly carry in Delaware requires no permission.

And Sussex County is currently taking fire in the way of tax hike referendums in their school districts, with our activists achieving a victory in Seaford on February 27th and the next battle looming in Milford on March 26th.

These activists engaged the citizens and sent a clear message to their local school board. . .

. . .Stop taking federal money to implement the disastrous, expensive curricula known as Common Core, along with the data-gathering schemes over our children and their families, and then expecting us to pay for it when the federal bribe money stops flowing.

In other words, keep control over our childrens’ education LOCAL and remove Common Core from our schools.

Here are the dates and times of our meetings this month.

Kent County – Wednesday, March 12, from 7-9p.m.
Levy Court Administration Complex (Room 221)
555 South Bay Road
Dover, DE 19901

West New Castle County – Monday, March 17, from 7-9p.m.
Newark Senior Center (Activity Room)
200 White Chapel Drive
Newark, DE 19713

North New Castle County – Wednesday, March 19, from 7-9p.m.
Emmanuel Presbyterian Church
1006 Wilson Road
Wilmington, DE 19803

Sussex County – Friday, March 21, from 7-9p.m.
Abundant Life Church
20488 Donovans Road
Georgetown, DE 19947

South New Castle County – Thursday, March 27, from 7-9p.m.
M.O.T Senior Center
300 S. Scott Street
Middletown, DE 19709

We had great meetings last month, with a lot of participation from our Hartly graduates in scoring these fights.

Now it’s time to turn up the heat on these local politicians and stop the seeds of bad government where they are planted first – at the bottom of the food chain.

Please mark your calendars and attend one of the local meetings at the dates and times listed above.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. House Bill 187 is the #1 threat to our grassroots voice and the democratic process in Delaware.

Don’t miss the detailed breakdown of this egregious piece of legislation.

Join us and take action to stop bad government policies right in your own backyard. Show up to a local meeting at the dates and times listed above.