Mike and Branches board chair Mark Baird explore what it looks like to rebuild a rhythm. The last year has presented us with immense loss. But in stepping, slowly but surely toward the future, we have the opportunity to fit the fragments back together, to find the rhythm again, and make it our own.Music by poddington bearWendell Berry - Remembering
We talk with Mark Baird about the CFR lawsuit as well as his new 2A lawsuit: tokeepandbear.com Don’t forget to look out for our local events on Facebook. For more information on the State of Jefferson visit: SOJ51.org Make sure you check out our sister shows, Jefferson State of Mine at KCNR1460 and the State of Jefferson Hour at KAHI. If you would like information regarding sponsoring this podcast and future episodes, please visit our sponsors page for more information. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email us using our contact page. We’d love to hear from you! Find us on social media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeffersonlibertyradio Twitter: https://twitter.com/sojlibertyradio YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrBBqp5d2voSmI3HZsB5pTg BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/jeffersonlibertyradio/ Gab: https://gab.ai/jeffersonlibertyradio View our show notes here: https://jeffersonlibertyradio.com/2019/01/january-12th-2019-mark-baird/
THE CONSTITUTION HAS THE ANSWER, IT'S NOT SECESSION, IT'S AN ARTICLE 4, SECTION 3 PROCESS "Lassen County voters will decide whether the rural county should support the State of Jefferson, a movement aimed at creating a 51st state to bring greater government representation to California’s northern region. The Lassen County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 Tuesday on a resolution that recognizes a lack of representation in state government but postpones the county’s position until June 2016. Supervisor Jim Chapman, who opposes the State of Jefferson, led the dissent with an outspoken critique of the movement’s “misrepresentation of the facts.” And he scoffed at its call to “‘Let our people go’ – like Moses going across the desert.” “Most of us don’t like the way government works ... but history is not on the side of this issue,” said Chapman, the board’s vice chairman. Earlier this month, Lake County supervisors voted 3-2 to place support for the State of Jefferson on a countywide ballot scheduled for November 2016. Their resolution did not endorse any part of the standard breakaway state declaration."