Harnessing the Power of Knowledge

In the previous post, there was mention made of “harnessing the power” in another context. Here, the watchword, “Harvesting the Power of Knowledge,” serves as a great introduction to a new website, NorCalCRUSH.com:

CRUSH is an acronym for Conservatives Reclaiming U.S. Heritage, and the About page on the site will explain in more detail what the group’s aims are and how they intend to meet those goals. I’m proud to be associated with NorCalCRUSH and hope that as word gets around, many on the California North Coast will get involved too. It is time for those who don’t agree with the far left politics of the likes of Lynn Woolsey and Nancy Pelosi to step out of the shadows and participate much more actively in local, state, and national issues that affect us all. If we remain the silent majority and do not speak up and act, this country, this state, and this North Coast will become unrecognizable to us. We have to reclaim common sense governing policies (fiscal, environmental, educational, military, transportational, legal, constitutional, etc.). We have to stop trusting the professional politicians and start trusting our own conceptions of what constitutes common sense. NorCalCRUSH has been formed to help us — We the People — to get together and take back the reins.

Follow NorCalCRUSH on Twitter . You can also see the latest CRUSH updates on the Watch Sonoma County tweet feed.

Everyone is welcome, so please go check out NorCalCRUSH.com. And after you view it — get involved. Write and submit an opinion piece. Sign up for our email newsletter. Become a watchdog reporter at local meetings of import to us all. Participate in and/or design and lead workshops. Let’s work together for a better Marin County, Sonoma County, Mendocino County, Humboldt County and Del Norte County. We’re all in this together, so let’s get it right — for ourselves and for those who will come after us.

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About district6voter

A concerned Northern California citizen who believes Representative Lynn Woolsey ought to be replaced in November, 2010.
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