MEETINGS ON THE 3rd WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH - 7PM at

Silver Dollar Restaurant

422 E. Mississippi Ave, Elwood, IL  60421


This Month's Meeting

 
  This months speaker will be Steve Weber who is the Will County treasurer. Previously he was the Will County Auditor. He is also a CPA. He is an active bow hunter and loves to shoot at 600 yards. Steve also owns an archery shop in New Lenox. He will discuss how the treasurer works in Will County and how he has saves the county a tremendous amount of money. He will also discuss the fun of long distance shooting and archery and his archery shop. And, as always...don't forget to bring a friend!


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 Gun Giveaway

 

Will County ISRA member,Tom Lane from Manhattan IL was the name drawn for the WCGR January Gun Giveaway and he was present! Congratulations Tom! Remember, the winner must be present, be an ISRA member, have a valid FOID and comply with all local,state and federal laws.

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Last Month's Meeting

 

   At our January Grassroots meeting our guest speaker was William Potts, Sight Program Coordinator with the ISRA. Bill explained how the Sight program will work to our members; Bill is still looking for volunteers to stop in their local State legislator’s office with him and talk about 2nd Amendment issues. You can contact Bill at bpotts@isra.org or call 312-735-3366 for more detailed information. Also ISRA Executive Director Richard Pearson stopped in and field some questions from our members  More


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Chairman's Comments

  As is all too typical, bureaucrats “know” that they are smarter than the rest of us and are trying to force their will upon us. The newest one I am aware of is that Global Technocrat scientists have declared war on meat, as they have done already on fossil fuels, and their reasoning and the way they are trying to sell this idea is by claiming that carbon emissions will be reduced. Animals pass gas, and breath, and if there are no animals, then less gas emissions. The Paris Climate Agreement has bought into it and now investors are climbing on board with the idea. They are taxing carbon and sugar, and meat seems like it may be next. Lawmakers in Denmark, Germany, China and Sweden have discussed creating livestock-related taxes for the past two years. If this continues, down the line they will tell us there are to many people, and all but the elites and service workers should be taxed or eliminated. I remember a very long time ago that Rush Limbaugh said that there would come a time in the future when sugar would be taxed, as a way to regulate what we eat. He said, “you can laugh, but mark my words”. Unfortunately, he was right and too many of his dire predictions are coming true.  More


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