April 22nd Meeting

April 22nd Meeting

Thursday’s meeting will be packed with information on national, state and county government actions. 

  • Tim Shaeffer, of Americans For Prosperity, will present an overview of legislation in Washington D.C.
  • State Senator Jim Runestad will report on his efforts to investigate the actions of Governor Whitmer that may have been responsible for thousands of deaths in Michigan’s nursing homes.
  • County Commissioner, Karen Joliet will summarize the spending the Democrats want in Oakland County to promote their agenda
  • OCRP’s Executive Director, Chase Turner on MIGOP’s initiative to update the information to help GOP candidates win next year. He will also speak on this year’s city races.
  • This meeting will be in person at OverTyme Grill, in Waterford at 7:00 pm.

Next Meeting – October 24th

Since our last meeting, at the beginning of Summer, a lot has happened; Oakland Country’s executive branch has transitioned into Democrat control, under suspicious actions, of which a law suit was filed.  We’re lining-up the top speakers on this to up-date us at our next meeting in October.  We are also watching the budget battle in Lansing.  It all exemplifies the importance of electing republican majorities in local and state elections and what happens when we don’t.  This coming season, we will be bringing you the top speakers on what’s going on as well as the campaigns going into next year’s elections.  So, Mark your calendar for our next meeting on Thursday, October 24 at the Pontiac Country Club at 7:00pm

Next Event – October 24th

Since our last meeting, at the beginning of Summer, a lot has happened; Oakland Country’s executive
branch has transitioned into Democrat control, under suspicious actions, of which a law suit was filed.
We’re lining-up the top speakers on this to up-date us at our next meeting in October. We are also
watching the budget battle in Lansing. It all exemplifies the importance of electing republican majorities
in local and state elections and what happens when we don’t. This coming season, we will be bringing
you the top speakers on what’s going on as well as the campaigns going into next year’s elections. So,
Mark your calendar for our next meeting

NORC Hosting Panel Discussion on Arming Teachers

Contact: Matt Marko, President, NORC, 248-330-8733

Date: 3/10/2018

www.norc-us.org

 

NORC Hosting Panel Discussion on Arming Teachers.

Legislation being drawn to establish a “School Marshal Program”, similar to the “Air Marshal” program, will be the topic at a public panel discussion on Thursday, March 22, 2018, 7:00pm at the Pontiac Country Club, 4335 Elizabeth Lake., Rd., Waterford.  This event is free and open to the public.  NORC (the North Oakland Republican Club) is providing a community service to educate the electorate on one of the most significant political issues of our time.

Panelists will include Representative Jim Runestad, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, attorney Ryan Berman and others on both sides of the issue.  A town-hall Q&A session will allow attendees to interact with the panelists.

NORC is the Premier Republican Club in Oakland County. Established in the early 1960s,  its mission is to educate, inform and involve the public in the government and policy.  The monthly meetings are free and everyone is welcome.

The previous year’s meetings: February: Free speech on campus, March: Voter Fraud at the 2016 Election with Ruth Johnson, April: NFIB on eliminating Michigan’s income tax, May: Legalizing online gambling and recreational marijuana, June:  MEDC president Steve Arwood, September: 21st Century Education Commission Report by Thomas Haas, October:  Lana Theis’ No Fault Insurance reform, November: Part Time Legislature referendum by Brian Calley, January: The legislation to eliminate Gun-free zones, and last month a debate on the redistricting reform referendum.