Sunday, August 28, 2011

Thank you Supreme Court

The following item was sent in by a Committee member who found it online at the Tea Party Nation Forum.
On May 26th, the United States Supreme Court decided a case.  There is nothing unusual about the Supreme's deciding a case.   The vast majority of cases heard and decided by the Supreme Court do not make the news.  This one did not make much in the way of news, but the end result could be incredible.

On May 26th, the case of Chamber of Commerce v. Whiting was decided.  The genesis of this case came from Arizona’s frustration over illegal immigration.  Looking to do something about it, they came up with a very narrow idea.  The 1986 Immigration Reform Act stripped the abilities of the states to enforce immigration law.  But it did leave an opening.  The act specifically forbids states from punishing employers civilly or criminally for hiring illegal aliens.   It did leave the door open for the states to move in the area of “licensing.” 

Friday, August 26, 2011

New Club for Conservative Teenagers

Join us at the Headquarters on Tuesday, August 30th at 6:30 p.m. as we organize the Montgomery County
Teenage Republican Club, a countywide group for conservative teenagers.  Get involved as we approach the 2012 elections.

Food is available, so tell your friends and let us know you’ll be coming.  Please respond to the email address below and visit the Montgomery County Teenage Republican Club facebook page for the latest information.

For more information, contact

Montgomery County GOP Headquarters
2801-V Vaughn Plaza Road (map)
(next to Office Depot)

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Numerous Events This Week

Get your calendars out.  Several Republican organizations in Montgomery County have meetings this week, and Thursday features a very special event: a book signing by Conservative Messenger K. Carl Smith.

  • Tuesday, August 23rd, 12 p.m.: Chief Justice Chuck Malone will address the River Region Republicans.  The meeting begins at noon at the Farmer's Market Cafe downtown.  Reservations not required.
  • Wednesday, August 24th, 12 p.m.:  Senator Cam Ward joins the Capital City Young Republicans, also at the Farmer's Market Cafe.
  • Thursday, August 25th, 4 p.m.: Come meet K. Carl Smith, who will be signing copies of his latest book, Frederick Douglass Republicans: The Movement to Re-Ignite America’s Passion for Liberty at GOP Headquarters at Vaugn Plaza. 
  • Thursday, August 25th, 6 p.m.: K. Carl Smith will address the August meeting of the Montgomery County Republican Executive Committee.
Ready to get involved?  These meetings are a great way to find out more about the Republican Party, network with fellow Republicans, and find out what you can do to help Republicans win in 2012.  We look forward to seeing you this week!

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Next CCYR: Aug. 24th with Senator Cam Ward

Please join the Capital City Young Republicans for our August Luncheon. The meeting will begin at noon on August 24th at the Farmer's Market Cafe downtown. The Guest Speaker will be State Senator Cam Ward who represents District 14 covering areas of Bibb, Chilton, Jefferson, and Shelby counties. He currently serves on the Judiciary Committee, Education Policy Committee, and Shelby County Legislation Delegation.

For further info, contact: Lori Frazier, Chair, 334-294-3676 or

'Frederick Douglass Republican' K. Carl Smith To Sign Newest Book at GOP Headquarters

K. Carl Smith will sign copies of his newest book, “Frederick Douglass Republicans, The Movement to Re-Ignite America’s Passion for Liberty,” at the Montgomery County Republican Headquarters on Thursday, August 25 from 4 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.  The GOP headquarters are located at 2801-V Vaughn Plaza Road next to Office Depot.  The public is invited.

Smith launched “The Conservative Messenger,” ( a grassroots initiative to enlighten, educate, empower, and equip its members based on the Frederick Douglass Republican Methodology.  He has appeared on Fox News’ “Mike Huckabee Show” and The 700 Club.  A former Army officer and motivational speaker, Smith was appointed by former Governor Bob Riley to serve on the Alabama Amistad Commission in 2009. 

A native of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Smith makes his home in Trussville.  For more information about his presentation and the Montgomery County Republican Club, visit

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Meet & Mingle with the Capital City Republican Women - Thursday, August 18th

The Capital City Republican Women invite all conservative and Republican women to a Meet & Mingle, Thursday, August 18th at GOPHeadquarters in the Vaughn Plaza Shopping Center.

Meet and network with other Republican women.

Light refreshments will be served. The cost is $15.

CCRW will also we accepting donations of school supplies or checks (payable to CCRW) to benefit schools affected by the April tornadoes.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Monday, August 8, 2011

Next MCRC Meeting: Bridging the Generational Gap - August 15th

Chuck Carver
Fellow Republicans,

I want to recognize the enthusiasm demonstrated during the Precinct Training these past few weeks. While this is an MCREC effort, many Club members took part and made a difference. What a great and early start for our combined efforts for next year. This will be a continuous struggle; so, find your role in the build-up to the 2012 elections. We need everyone to help.

Our theme for the next meeting of the Montgomery County Republican Club on 15 August will be “Bridging the Generational Gap.” Cliff Sims will be our speaker. He is Chairman of the University of Alabama College Republicans, and is making a pitch for all Republicans to reach out and make next year a big win for us, especially in Montgomery. We all need to hear his message as we consider and act on the 2012 plan.

I’ve reached out to the other Young Republicans and College Republicans In the Montgomery area, i.e. Huntingdon, Faulkner, and the High School Clubs, and hope many will attend our next meeting to hear Cliff’s message As we grow our efforts, we need to involve everyone, and this is the place to start.

Please make a special effort to attend on the 15th and bring your friends. See you there. We can win!

Chuck Carver
Club President

Monday, August 1, 2011

Question of the Day

If it were up to you, what would you cut from the federal budget?
That's our question of the day in our Facebook Group. Put yourself in Speaker Boehner's place and list your deficit reduction priorities.  We would love to know your answers.
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