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Come on by the HQ at 7357 El Camino Real in Atascdaero on Wednesday August 23rd at 5pm to watch the Presidential debates and Tucker Carlson interview. We will be switching back and forth for MAXIMUM entertainment value. Also, PIZZA and drinks will be available. Have fun and wake up the neighbors! Were gonna get
I never get tired of learning what people think. We had a great time discussing everything from Cal Coast News to January 6th and Tucker Carlson to the Moral decay America is suffering. If you didn’t make it this time then we hope to see you next Wednesday at Tent City Brewing for
Testimony from January 6th 2020 protesters about the lies told by the corporate media surrounding the event and aftermath.
Great meeting with Lisa Majors from Resilient Souls about human trafficking and restoring women who have been trafficked and abused.
February Meeting Click below and see our main speakers for February. Awesome meeting as always. Looking forward to March!
Our first speaker for the new year of 2023 was Max Bonilla. His passion and clear understanding of the issues at hand were very well articulated and everyone in attendance of the meeting was eager to meet with him. The video is available to watch on rumble.com Max is 17 years old and lives
The 2022 Christmas party was a big hit. The party was held at the RPSLO headquarters on 7357 El Camino Real from 5-8pm and every kind of food was there. We had great catered food from Que Paso in Atascadero and many other foods and desserts brought in by guests. There was a 100%
Over a dozen candidates showed up for a last-minute stump speech to an intent crowd. This meeting was fantastic because of the energy and enthusiasm surrounding all the candidates.
Vicki Nohrden was our special guest speaker on October 3rd, 2022 and has spent 25 years as a family advocate and community leader. Her public service has included classrooms, front rooms, boardrooms, and courtrooms throughout our region. Her business career began in real estate and later her passion for restoring families led her to