Monday, March 16, 2015

Events This Web Site Probably Should Report On But Won't

Two sets of Tea Party events this month have caught my attention; I regret having to miss them because they're just a little too far from home. I would get up early and join a car pool if someone was going to any of these things.

First, from Patricia Evans: no link, so I'll just paste in the whole e-mail...

"Our Founders KNEW that we would struggle to keep the republic and that only a moral, religious, educated and informed people could sustain it.  Their wisdom is painfully obvious given our current state of affairs.

Please join us for “America: A Miracle That Changed the World” , a 3-part seminar to re-discover God’s blessing of liberty through exploration of 28 Principles of Freedom our Founders deemed essential to any society that desires to remain at peace, prosperous and free.

Event:
America: A Miracle That Changed the World
Discover how 28 Principles of Liberty, in just 224 years, has done more to advance the global human condition than anything before!

When:
Saturday, March 14th 2:00 – 6:00 – Part 1
Saturday, March 21st 2:00 – 6:00 – Part 2
Saturday, March 28th 2:00 – 6:00 – Part 3

Where:
Smith Mountain Lake Seventh-day Adventist Church
10802 Moneta Rd.
Moneta, VA 24121

Maps, Get directions here:
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Hosts and Contact:

Chuck & Cathy Angier
434-927-5030
434-688-2208 (cell & text)

PLEASE don’t hesitate to contact us. Email contact will probably be more productive than phone, but either is fine.

Please RSVP:

An RSVP will help us ensure that everyone has a seat. Please RSVP HERE  and include the number of people attending.  Contact information would be helpful also.  Thank you!


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"Educate and inform the whole mass of the people. They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty."  - Thomas Jefferson"

If I know Seventh-Day Adventists, and I do, I can fairly well predict where the seminar's going, but it would be interesting to watch Adventists and Tea Partiers interact. (Two different groups of people, both of whom are likely to be wary of stereotypes that misrepresent them as having more in common than they do...which might or might not keep them from appreciating how much they do have in common.)

The other set of events is displayed on Publius Huldah's web site: 


Recommended to Republicans. 

If any readers are able to make it to any of these gatherings, please report!