California may provide insight into the future direction of government

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Does California have something worth examining to get a glimpse at the future of government?  One editorial says, “Yes!”

California Gold

What do you think? 

Thanks to You!

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Thank you Cameron voters! 553 residents cast votes in the April election for city city council and school board.

While 553 might seem like a lot, this represents about 14% of the number of residents eligible to vote (approximately 3.900 if using 2010 census figures and 1.5 voters per household.

What would it take to flip that number around, to get 41% of Cameron voters to the polls for the next election?

What are your suggestions?

When Someone You Love Is Dying . . .

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. . . you don’t just sit there or walk away and busy yourself with something that you already know how to do.  Our ability as citizens to self-govern is eroding as representatives whose views and votes are shaped by the private interests that fund their election campaigns.

Take a look at this brief video.  Ask yourself, is this true in my community?  But don’t stop there because even a healthy community is in danger if the democratic republic in which it lives is devolving into a corrupt form of itself.  What are you, what are we willing to do about it?

We The People and the Republic We Must Reclaim

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Elections April 2, 2013

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Polls Open at 6:00 am and close at 7:00 pm


Voters in Cameron:

If you live in DeKalb County, Vote at 1st Cameron State Bank (north of Wal Mart)

If you live in Clinton County, Vote at the Public Safety Building (2nd & Chestnut)

Thank you for making the effort exercise your constitutional right to vote!