The Reform Party of California (RPCA) recently raised the issue of whether the political intelligence industry (PII), an obscure but lucrative creature that congress created and protects, was a worthy wealth-creating endeavor or just a means by which individuals or entities with material inside information could transfer wealth from themselves to individuals or entities who do not possess the inside information. Inside information the PII obtains arises from normal congressional activities such as plans to pass laws that could affect the value of securities or other assets in the private sector. Based on the information readily available to the public, the most reasonable conclusion is that the PII exists exclusively to redistribute wealth from insiders in possession of material information to outsiders who, when they conduct commerce with the insiders, are at an economic disadvantage.
The Reform Party of North Carolina points to the resignation of Art Pope as evidence of State Speaker of the House Thom Tills and Governor Pat McCrory’s inabilities to lead. Art Pope’s resignation came after the Republican controlled state legislature fought a prolonged budget battle that highlighted the fractures within the GOP.
Joe Vodenichar will hold an organization meeting in Guildford County at the Kickback Jacks located at 1600 Battleground Ave. Greensboro, NC. The meeting will be held on July 7th at 6:30pm. This meeting will serve as an organization meeting to recruit organizers and leaders for the Reform Party’s efforts. Nicholas Hensley is planning a follow up meeting in Raleigh to be announced later.
The Reform Party of Guildford County, NC is Meeting at Kickback Jacks located at 1600 Battleground Ave. Greensboro, N.C. at 6:30 PM on June 2nd. We’ll meet on the covered patio area. It is open to all that wish to join the Reform Party of the USA. If you would like further information call Joe at 336-455-1394.
The North Carolina Reform Party in Greensboro, N.C. is holding an organizational meeting on May 5th at 6 PM at Golden Corral on Lawndale Ave. You must purchase a meal at G.C. to enter the meeting room. We will meet there on the first Monday of each month for the next three months. In July, the registered members of the Reform Party will vote to stay at G.C. or another meeting place. For more information contact Joe at email@example.com or call 336-455-1394. I will be inviting 50 people from the Greensboro area to attend, but all unaffiliated voters are welcome to attend.