10/2/2014 – “The Bill of Rights: Shaped by the History of Freedom”

Our featured speaker this Thursday is Jim Jess, Vice Chairman of The Georgia Tea Party. His talk is titled “The Bill of Rights: Shaped by the History of Freedom.” It’s a speech that goes into the background behind the Bill of Rights and explores the events and documents that laid the groundwork for the Bill of Rights we enjoy today.

Jim_JessIn the second hour, we will have a discussion of current events, including the U.S. response to ISIS, the resignation of Eric Holder and other key issues.
Jim Jess
Come join the discussion this Thursday evening at 7pm!

Meeting Info

Time: EVERY Thursday night, 7-9 pm
Location: 900 Roswell ST, Marietta, GA
(Roswell Street Baptist Church office building, east of the church campus, west of the Big Chicken)

Judicial Conversations Meeting (aka JudiCon)

The NEW Judicial Conversations group will give us a chance to learn about the Judicial Courts and process in Georgia, and meet with Judicial candidates. We will come to understand their background and credentials, their judicial philosophy, and have an exchange that allows us to share our political philosophy and ask questions.

VicOur next JudiCon speaker will be Cobb District Attorney Vic Reynolds. This will be held Monday, October 13 at the House of Lu Restaurant on Marietta Square. This meeting will run from 7:00 to 9:00pm. You are welcome to
come at 6:30pm for dinner and fellowship.

To find out how you can be a part of the Georgia Tea Party’s Judicial Conversations group, or if you’re a GTP volunteer that would like to be a part of future meetings, please contact GTP Board Member JD Van Brink

Note that the Georgia Tea Party does not support or endorse any Candidate, and elected Officials and Candidates are not invited to speak at our Public meetings. Such Officials and Candidates may be invited to our Committee Meetings to learn more of their views.

County and State Watch

Bob_OttOur next meeting will be held Tuesday, October 21, at 6:30pm at the House of Lu Restaurant on Marietta Square. Our speaker will be Cobb County District 2 Commissioner Bob Ott. Due to a scheduling conflict for Mr. Ott, this meeting will be the 3rd Tuesday rather than the 3rd Monday of the month.

To find out how you can be a part of the Georgia Tea Party’s County and State Watch, or if you’re a GTP volunteer that would like to be a part of future meetings with other County or State officials or candidates, please contact GTP Board Member Steve Covert.

Note that the Georgia Tea Party does not support or endorse any Candidate, and elected Officials and Candidates are not invited to speak at our Public meetings. Such Officials and Candidates may be invited to our Committee Meetings to learn more of their views on Public Policy.

Federal Task Force

Our next meeting will be Monday, October 27, at 7:00pm, at The House of Lu Restaurant on katie_SpreeMarietta Square.
Our speaker will be Katie Spee, Regional Director for Heritage Action for America. She will give an update on National issues.
To find out how you can be a part of the Georgia Tea Party’s Federal Task Force, or if you’re a GTP volunteer that would like to be a part of future meetings with other candidates, please contact GTP Board Members Jim Jess or Ronny West

Note that the Georgia Tea Party does not support or endorse any Candidate, and elected Officials and Candidates are not invited to speak at our Public meetings. Such Officials and Candidates may be invited to our Committee Meetings to learn more of their views on Public Policy.

Future Thursday Meeting Speakers

October 9 – Ron Sifen, Why we should vote for the SPLOST; Jack Smith and Conrad Quagliaroli, Why the Tea Party movement is Important, and the need for Unity
October 16 – Roger Hines, Education Issues in Georgia Today
October 23 – Joel Aaron Foster, Americans for Prosperity

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“If you truly want to measure the true success of any man or woman, do not measure it by the position they have achieved, but by the obstacles they have overcome.” – Booker T. Washington