Regularly scheduled meetings:
CVTP Action Night: 1st Thursday of the month in Fresno
Bakersfield: 4th Thursday of the month
Farmersville: 1st Thursday of the month
Fresno: Every Tuesday
Hanford: 2nd Thursday of the month
Madera: 3rd Tuesday of the month
Mariposa: 3rd Saturday of the month
Oakhurst: 2nd Thursday of the month
Porterville: 2nd Monday of the month
Prather: 1st Monday of the month
Reedley: 3rd Tuesday of the month
Tulare: 3rd Thursday of the month
See the Local Chapters and Meetings page or links above for more information.
The City of Fresno is updating its development code to align with its General Plan. Make your voice heard. You can download the Development Code at http://www.fresno.gov/Government/DepartmentDirectory/DARM/AdvancedPlanning/DevCodeUpdate.htm.
You can send comments to the email address below or to mail them to:
City of Fresno, DARM Department
Re: Development Code Update
2600 Fresno Street
Fresno, CA 93721
If you are concerned about the education of your children and grandchildren, or are in charge of educating students, please do not miss this important event. It's a rare opportunity to hear these renowned speakers tell us "the rest of the story" and why many are concerned.
The speakers will be:
- Bill Evers is a research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution. He was an assistant U.S. Secretary of Education for planning, evaluation, and policy development from 2007 to 2009.
- Lance Izumi, JD is Koret Senior Fellow and Senior Director of Education Studies at the Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy. He is also a published author and served as a member of the California Community Colleges Board of Governors from 2004-2015.
- Ze'ev Wurman is a Senior Policy Adviser, U.S. Department of Education, 2009; he served as a commissioner on the California Academic Content Standards Commission that in 2010 evaluated the Common Core suitability for California adoption.
Johnny Tacherra will be kicking off his campaign to unseat Jim Costa with a fundraiser.
Our keynote speaker will be Neil Mammen. He will be speaking on distinguishing between “rights” and “Goods and services” as defined in the Constitution and how to make good arguments against liberals who try to confuse these issues. You’ll walk away with skills you can use.
Neil is a a first generation American. By day, he is an electrical engineer. As an engineer, he designs video systems, networking systems, computer chips, and boards with Tentmaker Systems and other US and international engineering companies.
He was born in Ghana and grew up in Sudan and Yemen. He came to the US for college. At 20 he earned his bachelor of science in Electrical and Computer Engineering. At 22 he earned his master of science in Solid State Physics and Computer Engineering. He has co-founded four start-up companies in Silicon Valley. He has about 20 issued or pending patents in areas such as networking, traffic shaping, packet processing, and LED local dimming TV methodologies.
He is a speaker at conferences around the US and has been featured on NPR debating Eric Rothschild of the ACLU and Eugenie Scott. He has been on over 40 radio shows, including the Bob Dutko Show, the Lars Larson Show, and American Family Radio. His Daily One Minute broadcasts can be heard on 160 radio stations around the US on AFR radio. He is a regular guest every Monday at 08:15 on the Sam Sorbo Show.
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