Forecast Cloudy

Arlene from Israel

Before I look at that forecast, let me mention “Kaitana Savta,” which translates literally as “Camp Grandma” (it sounds better in Hebrew).  I am about to begin Kaitana Savta, which comes every year in August and is truly as much fun for me as for my grandkids. Starting tomorrow and in days ahead, I will have two and three kids sleeping here and going out where Savta takes them to have fun, or staying in to do games and arts and crafts.

This year especially, this time will help me regain my balance – after weeks of focusing on the war.

And so… I will be posting.  But less frequently, and perhaps – after today – with shorter posts.


Now, as to that forecast.  I use the term cloudy in two regards.  First, the clouds block our vision. And then, they suggest storms advancing.

As most of you doubtlessly already know, an Israeli negotiating team is back in Cairo after Hamas agreed to yet another 72 hour ceasefire.  Hamas leaders had refused to extend the last one because they weren’t happy with the way negotiations were going.  And so, last Friday they began launching rockets again.

Credit: mikesamerica

How wearisome, how straining. These rockets startled many in Israel, as people had just begun to relax and think in terms of “normal,” and quiet.

Hamas offered to continue to negotiate, but Israel made it very clear that we have a policy of not negotiating under fire, and our team was called home.


Then followed a touch-and-go situation, with Hamas reluctant to stop launching again and Egyptian mediators trying to bring about yet another ceasefire.  Finally Hamas agreed: For another 72 hours.  As is the Hamas norm, there was a barrage of launchings right before the ceasefire was to begin – they have to get in as much as they can.  This is the last ceasefire, they said.  If they are not happy with the results of negotiations in 72 hours, forget it.  They will not only begin launching again, they will escalate their attacks.

The ceasefire was called for midnight last night, but the Israeli team was only sent back to Cairo this morning, after it seemed that the ceasefire was holding.

The team: Maj. Gen. (res) Amos Gilad, Director of the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Ministry of Defense; Shin Bet chief Yoram Cohen; Yitzhak Molcho, lawyer and close confident of Netanyahu; Maj.-Gen. Nimrod Sheffer, head of the IDF’s Planning Directorate; and Yoav Mordechai, Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories.

They will concentrate on security issues.


Israel wants Hamas disarmed: With rockets in its possession removed and the means for bringing in more rockets blocked.

Hamas wants to be fully open to the world, permanently and unconditionally: the blockade at sea must be lifted and all crossings into Gaza must be open. That’s just a start. They also want a seaport and an international airport.

These demands are mutually exclusive and the odds that they can be reconciled somehow within 72 hours are zero.  The only way to see an extension of the current ceasefire would be if one or both parties were to significantly compromise or modify its demands (Heaven forbid that Israel should).


There are some very modest actions being taken – and proposals being made – in an effort to reconcile demands.

Egypt, which has kept the Rafah crossing into the Sinai tightly closed for some while now, opened it in recent days for wounded in Gaza and those with foreign passports.  Rafah is a key element here – would be a key avenue for opening up Gaza.

Additionally, Netanyahu has been alluding for some time to the readiness of some EU countries to lend an assist here, and it turns out that he spoke with some solid reason.  Last week, Britain, Germany and France presented Israel with a proposal for international supervision of the rehabilitation of Gaza that would prevent Hamas from re-arming.


It is, however, a long step from making such a proposal to providing Israel with reassurance that sufficient mechanisms would be in place and that the international community would persevere in its commitment.  We’re talking about making sure that forbidden armaments do not make their way into Gaza at all, and that materials needed for reconstruction (yes, including concrete!) do not fall in the hands of Hamas.


Netanyahu has said, and it is certainly true, that the EU is more prepared to help now because of alarm about radical Islam (and more on this below).

But there is another proviso in the offer by the EU nations: They want to bring Mahmoud Abbas and the PA into the act, either with regard to manning the crossings or taking some control of Gaza in a more serious way.  Obama is pushing for this as well. This is supposed to be a solution to the problem – and a segue into new “two state solution” negotiations!.  But it is an absolute non-starter.

Consider the major stumbling blocks here:

[] Abbas and his Fatah party are solidly in league with Hamas.  They are sitting with Hamas officials, pumped for pro-Hamas Turkey and Qatar to serve mediator roles in negotiations, failed to criticize Hamas for breaking ceasefires, and so on.  Israel should trust representatives of Fatah to guard Hamas? This would clearly be a case of assigning the fox to guard the henhouse.

[] Abbas and Fatah – the Fatah-dominated PA – are weak and no match for Hamas.  Hamas drove Fatah from Gaza in the first place and has failed to defeat Fatah in Judea and Samaria only because of an IDF presence.  There is no way Abbas’s people are up to the job, even should they want to do it.

I see this entire scenario as totally absurd anyway, as I had mentioned the other day when I spoke about Abbas trying to ride two horses with one tuchis.  Fatah and Hamas have a unity agreement that Fatah, and Abbas, have not disavowed.  I allude above to “the Fatah-dominated PA” because in theory the PA now includes Hamas.  Sort of.  They identify as one when it’s convenient and separately when that suits.

Such is the insanity of world diplomacy that all of this is taken seriously.


As far as the crossings into Gaza from Israel are concerned, I anticipate that in due course they will be opened to commercial merchandise.  Whatever authority is checking the crossings from the Gaza side, I cannot imagine a situation in which Israel would not monitor the flow of goods from our side.

Please be aware, Israel has been permitting large quantities of humanitarian goods into Gaza.  (Israel does not pay for these goods, but does permit them to go in.)  Hundreds of tons of supplies go into Gaza daily: medical supplies, food products, hygiene products, etc., via the Keren Shalom crossing.

Here is yet one more piece of information that exposes the true cold-blooded nature of Hamas:

The Keren Shalom crossing had to be shut down because of deliberate shelling of the area by Hamas.  Such is Hamas concern for the civilians of Gaza.



So, if (when) Hamas begins launching rockets again, what will Israel’s response be?  It’s here that vision is blocked by the clouds.

We have had several operations over the years fighting Hamas in Gaza (these operations are not technically referred to as “wars”).  In each instance, Israel has stopped short of taking Hamas out.  This is referred to as “mowing the grass.” There are some very serious thinkers who believe the whole notion of “solving” the problem with Hamas is not realistic, as the radical ideology is too ingrained in the populace. They believe – even today – that it is in Israel’s best interest to increase deterrence from time to time so that Hamas is reluctant to attack Israel again for some period of years.

They believe that to try to do more is both unrealistic and would take too great a toll on Israel.

People of this persuasion speak of our waging a war of attrition, and not more, even if Hamas starts launching again: Hamas launches, we bomb from the air and shell from the sea, until Hamas finally gets tired of doing this.


But there is a growing number of Israeli voices calling for a more serious action.

There are not only voices inside the government calling for this – I note Avigdor Lieberman in particular.  There is the almost unanimous opinion that the job is not yet done that has been expressed by frustrated members of the IDF.

And now we have a new situation that we did not have before: pressure from residents of the south of Israel. This is not something that can be ignored. 

These long-suffering residents have endured years of living in shelters when rockets were launched from Gaza – and they endured with a stoic bravery. But when word was released about the Hamas tunnels and the Hamas plans for massacres of thousands in the south via those tunnels, that was something else. A large percentage of these residents fled the south, awaiting word that it was safe to return.  The tunnels were eliminated, a long term ceasefire was about to be negotiated, and they were told it was time to return.  Turns out that it was not yet safe to return, because Hamas started launching rockets again.  They are irked and are demanding that the government protect them. And Netanyahu has to pay attention.


And then the question is, how serious would the action be?  Stay in Gaza until all terrorist elements are eliminated and then walk away. Stay permanently?  Weaken Hamas much more seriously than we’ve done yet – including with assassination of some Hamas leaders – without totally taking Hamas down?  The opinions are vastly varied.


I recognize that this is a long posting, but would like to touch upon a few other relevant factors before closing:

It is said that Hamas is continuing on the road of attacking because it is desperate – is low on money and feels it has nothing to lose. (And, it should be noted, since it has had no major “success” in the fighting, it is further motivated to keep trying.) But what I see is that it is also a more formidable enemy than was the case previously.

This has to do in large part with those tunnels.  Yes, presumably we eliminated those that crossed the line into Israel. But a huge network of tunnels remains: this is where rockets are kept and where many of their leaders are hidden.  A major part of this intricate underground construction is located under Gaza City.  Were our troops to enter there – which they would have to do in a serious ground operation – they would be set upon by terrorists literally leaping out of the ground from behind them, either to kill them or to kidnap them.

Our marvelously trained troops, all of whom are dear to Israel, are ready to go.  But to send them into this?


A confession: When Hamas started sending those rockets our way again at the end of last week, I thought – Enough! let’s take them down. Israel cannot tolerate this. And Hezbollah and others to the north are watching.

But then I thought again.  I realized that the launching of rockets might be a trap, luring us into Gaza City.  I realized what the cost might be.

This quandary is precisely what the decision makers of Israel must deal with.  And it is possible that some very heavy decisions will have to be made soon.


We speak about fighting the fight against radical Islam for the world.  Perhaps, then, we must do what we must do, with full determination.

But perhaps there are other avenues that can accomplish what needs to be done…

What I am seeing, which makes me hopeful (if I am allowed to say “hopeful” in such a gruesome context) is that the world is waking up to the horrors of radical Islam.  The absolute horrors of what ISIS is doing in Iraq may have a quantum effect on how the world sees these matters.  Finally.

And the world is starting to see that Hamas and ISIS are one and the same.  Which will bring about growing isolation for Hamas – already Egypt and Saudi Arabia are arrayed against Hamas, and others will follow – and a stiffening of the spine of the international community.

See this very important and articulate TV interview by anti-terrorist Steve Emerson regarding the fact that Hamas and ISIS are one and the same.

He says Obama cannot bomb ISIS in Iraq and support Hamas as a legitimate entity in Gaza.  He says, what is more, that if everyone doesn’t wake up, the US will have to contend with ISIS on its own shores.


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And we have this tough statement on the issue as well – may it be a harbinger of new attitudes:



Doomed to Repeat It?

*** Everyone knows how I feel about Russia, but this blog prints a variety of views. In fact, there is much we agree on — more than we disagree on.

Hat Tip: Republican Riot
By: Nebojsa Malic
Reiss Institute

A hundred years since the fateful events of 1914, the world is once again on the brink of war

Western sources cite August 1 as the day the “Great War” truly began, with Germany’s declaration of war on Russia. In actuality, the war had already been underway, with Austria-Hungary’s attack on Serbia in the night between July 28-29. Far from being a limited, “punitive” action, Austria-Hungary intended a war of extermination. “Serbien muss sterbien!” – Serbia must die! – cried the Viennese press.

"Serbia must Die!" Austro-Hungarian propaganda poster, 1914

The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, a month prior in Sarajevo, was but a pretext for a war that Vienna had wanted for a while, seeing Serbia as both an obstacle to its further expansion eastwards and a threat to its control over millions of Slavs. A strong, independent Slavic state simply could not be tolerated. Nor were the Austrians the only ones to think so. The decision to go to war was already made by July 7 – how Serbia responded to the Austrian ultimatum was irrelevant.

“Those who do not study history are doomed to repeat it,” wrote George Santayana. As do those who study, but refuse to learn. Exactly a hundred years since the fateful events of 1914 – driven by imperial lust for power and wealth – the world is once again on the brink of war. Just as Austria-Hungary falsely accused Serbia of being behind the event in Sarajevo, the Atlantic Alliance is falsely accusing Russia of downing a Malaysian jet over Ukraine. This even as the US/NATO puppet government in Kiev pursues a bloody civil war under the slogan “Moskals must die,” indiscriminately targeting civilians with aircraft, artillery and weapons of mass destruction.

Are Western policymakers fully aware of the possible consequences of their belligerence towards Russia? It appears they are not – just like the Austrians of a century ago could not have conceived that their “short, victorious war” would be anything but. It is worth noting that, while Serbia was “declared dead” in December 1915, three years later it was the Serbian army that led the charge on the Salonica Front, collapsing the Austrian and Bulgarian armies and bringing about Austria-Hungary’s dissolution. Those who wish for war usually get war – but not always the war they wanted.

Unintended consequences of 1914 linger to this day. On April 9, 1917 – three days after the U.S. entry into the war – Germany arranged for V. I. Lenin and his fellow revolutionaries to travel from Switzerland to Russia on a sealed train, hoping they would destabilize Russia and knock it out of the war. The Bolsheviks did just that, and even signed a shameful surrender to Germany in March 1918 (Treaty of Brest-Litovsk), but Germany still lost the war. Twenty-seven years later, it was the red banner of the Soviet Army that flew over the ruins of the Reichstag, ending Adolf Hitler’s blood-drenched dream of revising the outcome of Versailles. (Though that has not stopped others from trying again…)

The fallout of the Great War was not limited to Europe, either. The present crisis in the Middle East can be traced back to WW1-era British duplicity: London had promised the same territory to both the Jews and the Arabs, while secretly partitioning the Ottoman Empire with the French. Ethnic and sectarian conflicts in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon; the wars between Israel and its neighbors as well as the conundrum of Palestine; even the First Gulf War – all of these can be directly traced to the Sykes-Picot Agreement and the Anglo-French partition of the Middle East. Meanwhile, Kemal Ataturk’s unexpected rise enabled to Turks to hold on to Anatolia – at the expense of the Greeks and Armenians, murdered and expelled en masse from their ancestral lands.

Instead of learning from the tragedy of the Great War, modern policymakers are acting just like their predecessors a century ago. They live in virtual worlds of their own propaganda and play with the lives and livelihoods of others as if they were pieces on a game board, thinking that distance and wealth protect them from the consequences of their actions. While the evil of men has remained the same, however, technology has advanced: nuclear-tipped intercontinental missiles have made channels and oceans irrelevant, and care nothing for wealth, real or imagined.

Humanity best learn, and quick. Or winter is coming.


Forum: What’s Your Prediction For The House And Senate Midterms?

The Watcher’s Council

Every week on Monday morning, the Council and our invited guests weigh in at the Watcher’s Forum, with short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture or daily living. This week’s question: What’s Your Prediction For The House And Senate Midterms?

The Independent Sentinel: I honestly have no idea. We don’t have the enthusiasm of 2010 that the promise of the tea party brought to the table. I think we will take the Senate and keep the House but I’m not counting on it. If we do, it will be because the Democrats are that bad and not because the Republicans offered much.

The Razor: The GOP has discovered the Palestinian talent of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. The midterms is theirs to lose – which means they’ll probably lose them by keeping the house but not gaining enough seats in the senate to make a difference.

Still I had to give kudos to Al Franken’s challenger in MN for calling the senate “Land of 10,000 excuses.” Franken wasn’t funny on Saturday Night Live but his performance there was much better than his performance has been in the senate.

JoshuaPundit: I’d say the House remains where it is, assuming things stay pretty much as they are for the next 90 days. The GOP at best might pick up a couple of seats – the reality is that there are very few competitive House seats. The Senate? Again, assuming things stay as they are for the next 90 days (a big assumption!), I think the GOP is looking at 5 to 8 pickups. The Republicans have already effectively made pickups in West Virginia, Montana, (Dem. John Walsh just dropped out over a plagiarism scandal) and South Dakota.  Tom Cotton in Arkansas, David Perdue in Georgia and Thom Tillis in North Carolina all look like they’re starting to pull away from their Dem opponents.

I also like Joni Ernst in Iowa. Alaska, Colorado and Louisiana are also possibilities. Mississippi, OTOH could be a surprise Democrat pickup.

Keep in mind that most of these are Red States and lack the Democrat big city ghettos, except for Atlanta in Georgia. Wild cards will be the usual Democrat voter fraud, the disappointment of the Republican base over some of the candidates and the possible use of ‘Libertarians’ or ‘Independents’ financed by Democrats to siphon off votes that would normally go to the GOP, ala’ the last governor’s race in Virginia.

Another thing to keep in mind is that the electorate is being changed by presidential diktat as we speak. The majority of illegal aliens are being sent to Texas, Arizona, California, Virginia and Florida. If they get amnesty as this president plans that they will, this may be the last time Republicans control the Senate for some time, let alone the White House.

GrEaT sAtAn”S gIrLfRiEnD: Over all – hoping it continues to look like a shellacking for the Dems.

Aside from keeping a curious eye on Al Franken’s re election bid in some yankee state, the open, up for grabs race in the 13th colony for senate is the main event for moi.

Since GOP Senator Saxby Chamblis is whee tiring from office and the primaries are over the GOP’s Romneyesque David Perdue will be taking on former Georgia Senator Sam Nunn’s Democrat daughter Michelle in a very close looking race.

See, early in the new millennium, Georgia did more like a somersault than a tilt. GA had been among the last in the olde confederacy to cling to her Democratic roots: 42 carried Georgia in 1992, and a coalition of dazzling urbanites and some rural cats had kept the Democrats in control of the governor’s mansion, the legislature and even a Senate seat.

All of that changed in 2002, as rural voters revolted, throwing out the Democratic governor, senator, and (two years later) the legislature. Two years later, GOP cat Johnny Isakson rolled to a 58 percent-40 percent win over Congresswoman Denise Majette. Democrats enjoyed a reasonably close race in the 2008 general election, but totally sucked in the runoff necessitated when neither Saxby Chambliss nor Jim Martin topped 50 percent.

Democrats are excited about Michelle Nunn’s chances of ending the 14-year democrat dry spell in the Senate, and changing demographics may indeed help the party of Jackson regain its footing here. Yet the 13th colony is still a GOP state, and even with massive urban turnout in 2008, Democrats couldn’t put the Senate seat away. This race starts out close, with Nunn and Perdue trading leads in the polls, but given the environment and the Republican lean of the state, Perdue probably starts with an edge.

Mr P’s biz bona fides are stellar and he’s got tons of expertise in getting things done. The real hand grenade in the commode is Michelle Nunn’s affinity for terrorists.

41 estabbed a foundation thingy called Points of Light. Since 2007, Nunn has served as the CEO of Points of Light. Under Michelle Nunn’s leadership Points of Light has given money to some organizations that have less to do with fostering volunteerism than with fostering pet leftist causes. These include the Lesbian and Gay Band Association, which seeks to promote a global network of, yes, lesbian and gay bands.

She also gave grants to a sinister group that supports terrorism.

National Review got hold of a 144-page internal document drafted for the Michelle Nunn campaign in December. It includes plenty of juicy revelations on campaign strategy, including a potentially serious issue with a Points of Light connection to a charity that has ties to terrorists betwixt Suez and Jordan.

Points of Light, through a service called MissionFish, helped validate thousands of charities for EBay users who wanted to auction items and donate the proceeds to a specific charity.

One of those groups was Islamic Relief USA, which got $33,000 from individual donors through the Points of Light-validated system. Islamic Relief USA provides funds for emergency relief and other programs overseas. It has worked with the American Red Cross.

Islamic Relief USA states on its website that it “is an independent affiliate of Islamic Relief Worldwide and the Islamic Relief family of charities. We are completely separate legal entities that work together under the Islamic Relief Worldwide umbrella to provide aid.” It also says it shares a “common mission, vision and family identity” with the other “Islamic Relief” groups.

The worldwide group is where the politically explosive Hamas connection comes.

Islamic Relief Worldwide has ties to Hamas, which the U.S. designates as a terrorist organization. In June, Israel banned the charity from operating in the country because, according to Israeli officials, it was funneling cash to Hamas. In 2006, Israelis arrested Islamic Relief Worldwide’s Gaza coordinator, Ayaz Ali. They said he was working to “transfer funds and assistance to various Hamas institutions and organizations.” Ali admitted to cooperating with local Hamas operatives while working in Jordan and, on his computer, Israeli officials found photographs of “swastikas superimposed on IDF symbols,” and of Nazi officials, Osama bin Laden, and al-Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

Islamic Relief USA highlighted the work of Islamic Relief Worldwide in Palestine in its 2012 annual report, in which it talks generally about the work of Islamic Relief charities in the region without drawing a distinction between the branches. The organization has raised eyebrows before. According to a 2012 report, its bank account was closed by UBS and it was “under constant scrutiny by other banks due to nervousness about counterterrorist regulations.”

The group’s terror ties extend beyond Hamas, according to a former Israeli intelligence official. He says that Islamic Relief Worldwide’s country director in Palestine, Muneed Abugazaleh, met in April 2012 with Dr. Omar Shalah, a leader of the terror group Islamic Jihad and of the Riyad al-Saleheen Charitable Society, which is affiliated with the group. He is also the brother of Ramadan Shalah, the leader of Islamic Jihad.

Though the campaign plan recommends emphasizing Nunn’s accomplishments at the Points of Light Foundation, which she has done on the campaign trail, her strategists express enormous concern about attacks that might arise from her work there. She has served as CEO of Points of Light since 2007 and, according to the document, it has made grants to “terrorists” and “inmates” during her tenure. The document also makes reference to a 2010 audit that concluded Points of Light’s accounting system was “not adequate to account for federal funds.”

Ask Marion: Based on all the problems America is faced with and the increasing proof that most of them were caused or exacerbated by the Obama administration conservative Republicans and Independent-type candidates should be retaining the House and taking over the Senate and Governorships in a landslide in 2014. Instead many of the those that would have been true ‘movers and shakers’ have been defeated in the primaries and many of the other races will be close or at least a fight to the end, which is a snapshot of how far America has slipped from the point of normal common sense.

From what it looks like right now, based on the various polls, the Republicans should pick-up 5 seats in the Senate, but in the end, Joni Ernst could also pull out a win in Iowa. Her Democrat opponent appears to have a very weak lead at the moment. Ernst has the support of both Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney, a pretty wide swatch of the GOP, and she has a very impressive resume, so anything could happen in that race!! That 6th seat, of course, is the key to stopping the continued onslaught of Executive Orders, Executive Actions and the overreach by President Obama and the executive arm of the Federal government.

The Glittering Eye :I’m sticking with the prediction I’ve been making for the last six months or so. The Republicans will pick up a half dozen seats in the House and no more than five seats in the Senate, retaining control of the House and narrowly missing taking the Senate.

However, in recent months the Republicans’ prospects for the Senate have strengthened a little. I now think it’s possible they could take the Senate, especially if President Obama’s approval rating goes down which may well happen depending on what he decides to do about Iraq.

Although you didn’t ask, I’ll answer it anyway. The Democrats will pick up two governors’ seats.

Well, there you have it.

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Trevor Loudon’s Upcoming Events for the next two weeks – 08/11/14

The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress” is like no other book written on American politics. The book exposes, in layman’s terms, the comprehensive communist, socialist and extreme progressive infiltration of the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate.

The book profiles fourteen Senators and more than fifty Representatives and their ties to Communist Party USA, Democratic Socialists of America, Workers World Party, and The Institute for Policy Studies, Council for a Livable World and other radical anti-American organizations. Trevor has done the hard work to connect the dots of why the US Congress has moved further and further left over our lifetime and you won’t want to miss him. The Mid-Terms are coming. It’s time to clean House — and Senate! Get yourself prepared with the facts.

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Mon., Aug. 11th, 2014
Event: Jeff Anderson – Watertwon SD – 8:30 am Central – KSDR AM 1040 — Radio/Confirmed
Web Site: http://www.gowatertown.net/
Time: 6:30 am PST
Place: SD

Event: Cottage Grove 912 — Speaking Engagement/Confirmed
Web Site: http://cottagegrove912project.org/
Time: 9:30 am PST
Place: Stacy’s Covered Bridge Restaurant
401 E. Main
Cottage Grove, OR

Tue., Aug. 12th, 2014
Event: Mike Fagan – Spokane WA – The Right Spokane Perspective — Radio/Confirmed
Time: 9:30 am PST
Place: WA

Event: Sutherlin Tea Party — Speaking Engagement/Confirmed
Web Site: http://teaparty.sutherlin-oregon.com/
Time: 6:30 pm PST
Place: Sutherlin Community Center
150 S. Willamette Street
Sutherlin, OR 97479

Wed., Aug. 13th, 2014
Event: Lane 912 — Speaking Engagement/Confirmed
Web Site: http://www.912lane.org
Time: 6:00 pm PST
Place: Izzy’s Pizza & Buffet
950 Seneca Road
Eugene, OR 97402

Thur., Aug. 14th, 2014
Event: Glen Pav – 9:05 Am Eastern — Radio/Confirmed
Web Site: http://www.RightingTheRight.com
Time: 6:05 am PST
Place: FL

Event: RUBICON — Speaking Engagement/Confirmed
Time: 12 pm PST
Place: Kowloon Restaurant
2222 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Eugene, OR 97401

Event: The Capitol City Republican Women’s Annual Picnic — Speaking Engagement/Confirmed
Web Site: http://www.orgsites.com/or/ccrw/
Time: 5 pm PST
Place: Diana Evans
1910 Madrona Ave. S
Salem, OR 97302

Fri., Aug. 15th, 2014
Event: Oregon 912 Project — Speaking Engagement/Confirmed
Web Site: http://www.oregon912project.org
Time: 6 pm PST
Place: West End Building
4101 Kruse Way
Lake Oswego, OR 97035

Sat., Aug. 16th, 2014
Event: Steve Kates – A Call To Rights FNX 1100 AM — Radio/Confirmed
Web Site: http://www.calltorights.com
Time: 1 pm PST
Place: AZ

Event: AFP Coos Bay — Speaking Engagement/Confirmed
Time: 2 pm PST
Place: Red Lion Hotel
1313 Bayshore Drive
Coos Bay, OR 97420

Mon., Aug. 18th, 2014
Event: Tri-Cities Tea Party — Speaking Engagement/Confirmed
Web Site: http://www.tricitiesteaparty.com/
Time: TBD
Place: Kennewick, WA

Tue., Aug 19th, 2014
Event: Rep. Matt Shea – Battlefront – American Christian Network Radio/Confirmed
Time: 8:30 am PST
Place: WA

Event: Walla Walla Tea Party Patriots — Speaking Engagement/Confirmed
Web Site: http://w2tpp.com/
Time: 6:30 pm PST
Place: Walla Walla Regional Airport
310 A Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362

Wed., Aug. 20th, 2014
Event: Spokane Tea Party Patriots — Speaking Engagement/Confirmed
Web Site: http://www.spokaneteapartypatriots.com/
Time: 6 pm PST
Place: Darcy’s Restaurant
10502 E Sprague Ave
Spokane, WA 99206

Sat., Aug. 23rd, 2014
Event: 26th LD Republican Club — Speaking Engagement/Confirmed
Time: 8:30 am PST
Place: The Cottesmore
2909 14th Ave NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98335

If your TEA Party, 9.12, or patriotic group would like to invite Trevor Loudon to speak, please contact Regina Thompson.

See more of Trevor Loudon’s schedule here…