The meeting came to order
at 7 PM at the Louisa county public library, by Fred Gruber, due to our
coordinator Jack Bertron being unable to attend. After the prayer and
the pledge were said Frank Vayo, treasurer, gave his treasury report.
Our kitty has, after expenses as of last months meeting, a total of
The first order of
business, Fred Gruber introduced our several guest speakers of the
evening. Our two main speakers of the evening are Virginia Rights
blogger, Sandy Sanders, and Jim Bacon, whom blogs for Strong Town
Movement. Also, George Goodwin and John McGuire whom are running for
Peter Farrell's position in Congress for our district were asked to
speak on their behalf of their campaign's
The first person that
spoke for the evening was John McGuire, businessman and former Navy
seal. He spoke about his experiences being paralyzed and coming back to
have the stamina to open a nationwide business of fitness for people of
all ages, from 80s on down. He is the brother of Louisa County
Commonwealth Attorney, Rusty McGuire. He spoke about his life growing up
in foster homes and being raised by his grandpa. He was a sniper
instructor in the service.
The next speaker was
George Goodwin, who was Tom Garrett's a legislator advisor. George has
lived his entire life in Louisa and worked for the government for many
years. It wasn't until he left his government position that he was able
to pursue his political endeavors. George reads all the legislation and
then presents it to our congressman on what the bill is about and
advises him whether or not to vote on that legislation. George has invaluable experience in the workings of Congress and how the state legislature works.
Our guest speaker of the
evening was Sandy Sanders, whom is a lawyer and a political activist.
Sandy has blog for Tom White's, Virginia Rights blog since 2009 and has
guest blog several other places from time to time. He spoke about the
events of Europe and the UK and that it could very possibly be coming
here to the USA.
Our final guest speaker
of the evening was Jim Bacon. Jim spoke about his bacon rebellion and
how he started his blog. You can look at his blog at ;
After Jim's presentation our meeting came to a close.
Edit April 27th, 2017