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Meet and Greet with Chris Norby


“On Tuesday September 27th, Atlas Political Action Committee members and guests had the exclusive opportunity to hear from three high profile Orange County elected officials. At a private reception in the courtyard at Café Hidalgo in Downtown Fullerton, Assemblyman Chris Norby, Fullerton City Councilman Bruce Whitaker, and Supervisor Shawn Nelson spoke about the pressing issues they are currently dealing with at the State, County and City levels.

Assemblyman Norby spoke about the budget problems that face Californians today and how we have to continue the vigilant fight against the threat of higher state taxes. Hats off to Assemblyman Norby for staying the course and holding firm on no additional taxes with the most recent state budget, although he faced enormous pressure from the Democrats in the legislature, Governor Brown and special interests. Additionally, Atlas PAC members had the opportunity to hear more about one of Assemblyman Norby’s top priorities in the protection of private property, especially in the taking of private property by government through eminent domain. There is no one in the state legislature more knowledgeable and who fights for the rights of private property owners than Assemblyman Norby.

As a newly elected Fullerton City Councilman, Bruce Whitaker is a leader in a city that has made national news with the Kelly Thomas police beating. While many of his colleagues on the city council remained quiet, Councilman Whitaker got out in front and demanded the video and audio recordings of the beating be released to the public. He was one of the first public officials to openly question the Fullerton Police’s actions and demand accountability. In light of the gruesome beating that wrenches the stomach, Councilman Whitaker spoke about his thoughts on the most recent happenings in the case, and how important civil liberties are to a fee society. The citizens of Fullerton are fortunate to have Bruce Whitaker as their city councilman, especially in a time like this.

Supervisor Shawn Nelson spoke more about the Kelly Thomas case. Supervisor Nelson, on first hearing about the tragedy, requested the FBI to take over the investigation of the police beating. After the request, the FBI began their investigation that continues today, even after District Attorney Rackauckas announced charges of 2nd degree murder for one of the officers and manslaughter for another. Even in a tragedy like this, Supervisor Nelson reminded the audience that justice will prevail and the offenders will be made to answer for their wrongs. Supervisor Nelson also spoke about the importance of civil liberties and a just society.

Orange County is so fortunate to have Assemblyman Norby, Councilman Whitaker, and Supervisor Shawn Nelson, fighting the good fight. Atlas PAC looks forward to vigorously supporting these men in the years to come. If you missed Tuesday’s gathering, we look forward to your attendance at our next event in October. The 2012 Election is only a year away and is shaping up to be the most important election in almost 100 years. Atlas PAC will aggressively fight for candidates who believe in free market principles, low taxes, limited regulation, individual freedom, and the belief of American exceptionalism. Join Atlas PAC and let’s change the direction of the U.S. in 2012!

From An Evening with 3 exceptional elected officials, posted by on 10/05/2011 (15 items)

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