2018 SOUTH CAROLINA TEA PARTY CONVENTION

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Patrick Hedger of Freedomworks at Wellington on March 7

Please join us on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 as the Wellington Chapter Hosts:

Patrick Hedger
Director of Policy,
Freedomworks Foundation


As Director of Policy, Patrick Hedger manages the Regulatory Action Center at the FreedomWorks Foundation. Patrick previously worked at FreedomWorks from 2012 to 2014 as a policy analyst. Before re-joining FreedomWorks, Patrick served as Policy Director of the group American Encore and as a senior policy analyst at the Charles Koch Institute. In these previous roles, Patrick produced research and analysis on domestic economic policy across a wide range of areas. He also developed policy alternatives and issue campaigns aimed at reversing the intrusion of government in the economy while defending free-market principles. Patrick continues this work at the FreedomWorks Foundation, with a focus on regulation and red-tape.

Education: B.A.: Government and International Politics, George Mason University; M.P.P., George Mason University, School of Public Policy.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018, 6:30PM
Wellington Community Center
12150 Forest Hill Boulevard
(561) 753-2484

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Wellington Chapter RSVP:

Patrick Hedger of Freedomworks at Boca on March 6

Please join us on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 as the Boca Chapter Hosts:

Patrick Hedger
Director of Policy,
Freedomworks Foundation


As Director of Policy, Patrick Hedger manages the Regulatory Action Center at the FreedomWorks Foundation. Patrick previously worked at FreedomWorks from 2012 to 2014 as a policy analyst. Before re-joining FreedomWorks, Patrick served as Policy Director of the group American Encore and as a senior policy analyst at the Charles Koch Institute. In these previous roles, Patrick produced research and analysis on domestic economic policy across a wide range of areas. He also developed policy alternatives and issue campaigns aimed at reversing the intrusion of government in the economy while defending free-market principles. Patrick continues this work at the FreedomWorks Foundation, with a focus on regulation and red-tape.

Education: B.A.: Government and International Politics, George Mason University; M.P.P., George Mason University, School of Public Policy.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018, 6:30PM
Boca Community Center
150 Crawford Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33432
(561) 393-7807
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Please RSVP:

Patrick Hedger of FreedomWorks at Abacoa on March 5

Please join us on Monday, March 5, 2018 as the Jupiter Chapter Hosts:

Patrick Hedger
Director of Policy,
Freedomworks Foundation


As Director of Policy, Patrick Hedger manages the Regulatory Action Center at the FreedomWorks Foundation. Patrick previously worked at FreedomWorks from 2012 to 2014 as a policy analyst. Before re-joining FreedomWorks, Patrick served as Policy Director of the group American Encore and as a senior policy analyst at the Charles Koch Institute. In these previous roles, Patrick produced research and analysis on domestic economic policy across a wide range of areas. He also developed policy alternatives and issue campaigns aimed at reversing the intrusion of government in the economy while defending free-market principles. Patrick continues this work at the FreedomWorks Foundation, with a focus on regulation and red-tape.

Education: B.A.: Government and International Politics, George Mason University; M.P.P., George Mason University, School of Public Policy.

Monday, March 5, 2018
Abacoa Golf Club
105 Barbados Drive
Jupiter, Fl 33458
TIME: 5:30 PM Buffet – $20.00
6:30 PM Meeting.

Map

Please RSVP below.

Derek Boyd Hankerson at Wellington on 2/7

Please join us on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 as the Wellington Chapter Hosts:

Derek Boyd Hankerson
Former Northeast Florida Regional Director,
Trump for President

Mr. Hankerson will speak of the vast differences between 1984 and 2016 from 2 perspectives.


Mr. Hankerson was born in Chicago; however, he grew-up in Prince George’s County Maryland, 15 miles outside the Nation’s Capital has held 3 Presidential Appointments, worked for 3 Presidents and 2 Vice Presidents.

He has been actively engaged in government and politics for 34 years and started his career at Reagan-Bush 1984 Presidential Campaign where at the age of 18 when he first served as staff on Reagan- Bush 84 in the Political Division in Washington, DC and worked with” African Americans for Reagan-Bush.” He has served on every GOP Presidential campaign as staff except Governor Romney and Herman Cain as either the political or advance staff!

To include having served a President Trumps Northeast Regional director responsible for 9 northeast counties in the primary and then sent to St. Lucie county as part of Victory 2016 Field Operations in the general, which was flipped red for the first time while electing congressman Brian Mast and President Trump. In fact, St. Lucie put President Trump over the top in Florida.

Mr. Hankerson is a faculty member, world traveler, who conducts primary research, is a published author who give presentations and lectures on accurate American History including the African-Diaspora and the great migration on Africans in the New World, on Florida’s rich multi-cultural past, international history and presidential politics.
Mr. Hankerson served as Producer of Freebooters Productions, which was an Independent Film and Digital Production Company located in St. Augustine.

Over 15 years in business he created marketing campaigns, produced and co-produced documentary films, educational training and curriculum programs that have expanded education related to the Gullah-Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor, the Original Underground Railroad south to Spanish Florida and those indigenous people to the New World.

Mr. Hankerson has been the catalyst connecting St. Augustine and the first coast to Fort Mose, the National Park Service (NPS) Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Project, and the NPS Gullah-Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor.

He has also produced a number of documentaries related to Florida’s rich history and served as the 2 terms Putnam County Tea Party chairmen.
His great, great, grandfather was appointed by President William Howard Taft as a Florida postmaster, and other relatives served as elected officials in numerous states as republicans!

Wednesday, February 7, 2018, 6:30PM
Wellington Community Center
12150 Forest Hill Boulevard
(561) 753-2484

MAP

Wellington Chapter RSVP:

Derek Boyd Hankerson at Boca on 2/6

Please join us on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 as the Boca Chapter Hosts:

Derek Boyd Hankerson
Former Northeast Florida Regional Director,
Trump for President

Mr. Hankerson will speak of the vast differences between 1984 and 2016 from 2 perspectives.


Mr. Hankerson was born in Chicago; however, he grew-up in Prince George’s County Maryland, 15 miles outside the Nation’s Capital has held 3 Presidential Appointments, worked for 3 Presidents and 2 Vice Presidents.

He has been actively engaged in government and politics for 34 years and started his career at Reagan-Bush 1984 Presidential Campaign where at the age of 18 when he first served as staff on Reagan- Bush 84 in the Political Division in Washington, DC and worked with” African Americans for Reagan-Bush.” He has served on every GOP Presidential campaign as staff except Governor Romney and Herman Cain as either the political or advance staff!

To include having served a President Trumps Northeast Regional director responsible for 9 northeast counties in the primary and then sent to St. Lucie county as part of Victory 2016 Field Operations in the general, which was flipped red for the first time while electing congressman Brian Mast and President Trump. In fact, St. Lucie put President Trump over the top in Florida.

Mr. Hankerson is a faculty member, world traveler, who conducts primary research, is a published author who give presentations and lectures on accurate American History including the African-Diaspora and the great migration on Africans in the New World, on Florida’s rich multi-cultural past, international history and presidential politics.
Mr. Hankerson served as Producer of Freebooters Productions, which was an Independent Film and Digital Production Company located in St. Augustine.

Over 15 years in business he created marketing campaigns, produced and co-produced documentary films, educational training and curriculum programs that have expanded education related to the Gullah-Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor, the Original Underground Railroad south to Spanish Florida and those indigenous people to the New World.

Mr. Hankerson has been the catalyst connecting St. Augustine and the first coast to Fort Mose, the National Park Service (NPS) Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Project, and the NPS Gullah-Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor.

He has also produced a number of documentaries related to Florida’s rich history and served as the 2 terms Putnam County Tea Party chairmen.
His great, great, grandfather was appointed by President William Howard Taft as a Florida postmaster, and other relatives served as elected officials in numerous states as republicans!

Tuesday, February 6, 2018, 6:30PM
Boca Community Center
150 Crawford Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33432
(561) 393-7807
MAP

Please RSVP:

Derek Boyd Hankerson at Abacoa 2/5

Please join us on Monday, February 5, 2018 as the Jupiter Chapter Hosts:

Derek Boyd Hankerson
Former Northeast Florida Regional Director,
Trump for President

Mr. Hankerson will speak of the vast differences between 1984 and 2016 from 2 perspectives.


Mr. Hankerson was born in Chicago; however, he grew-up in Prince George’s County Maryland, 15 miles outside the Nation’s Capital has held 3 Presidential Appointments, worked for 3 Presidents and 2 Vice Presidents.

He has been actively engaged in government and politics for 34 years and started his career at Reagan-Bush 1984 Presidential Campaign where at the age of 18 when he first served as staff on Reagan- Bush 84 in the Political Division in Washington, DC and worked with” African Americans for Reagan-Bush.” He has served on every GOP Presidential campaign as staff except Governor Romney and Herman Cain as either the political or advance staff!

To include having served a President Trumps Northeast Regional director responsible for 9 northeast counties in the primary and then sent to St. Lucie county as part of Victory 2016 Field Operations in the general, which was flipped red for the first time while electing congressman Brian Mast and President Trump. In fact, St. Lucie put President Trump over the top in Florida.

Mr. Hankerson is a faculty member, world traveler, who conducts primary research, is a published author who give presentations and lectures on accurate American History including the African-Diaspora and the great migration on Africans in the New World, on Florida’s rich multi-cultural past, international history and presidential politics.
Mr. Hankerson served as Producer of Freebooters Productions, which was an Independent Film and Digital Production Company located in St. Augustine.

Over 15 years in business he created marketing campaigns, produced and co-produced documentary films, educational training and curriculum programs that have expanded education related to the Gullah-Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor, the Original Underground Railroad south to Spanish Florida and those indigenous people to the New World.

Mr. Hankerson has been the catalyst connecting St. Augustine and the first coast to Fort Mose, the National Park Service (NPS) Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Project, and the NPS Gullah-Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor.

He has also produced a number of documentaries related to Florida’s rich history and served as the 2 terms Putnam County Tea Party chairmen.

His great, great, grandfather was appointed by President William Howard Taft as a Florida postmaster, and other relatives served as elected officials in numerous states as republicans!

Monday, February 5, 2018
Abacoa Golf Club
105 Barbados Drive
Jupiter, Fl 33458
TIME: 5:30 PM Buffet – $20.00
6:30 PM Meeting.

Map

Please RSVP below.

FreedomWorks at Boca on Thursday 1/4/17

Please Join us on

Thursday, January 4,2018 at Boca Raton

for


Alan Page, Southeast Director

and


Kathy Hartkopf, Grassroots Coordinator

FreedomWorks

For over a quarter century, FreedomWorks has identified, educated, and actuated citizens who are enthused about showing up to support free enterprise and constitutionally limited government.

They are not primarily a “think-tank,” content to study the issues and publish papers and reports. FreedomWorks breaks down the barriers between the beltway insiders and grassroots America.

FreedomWorks members know that government goes to those who show up. That’s why they give them the tools to break through the media noise and provide the same access to Washington as the big-moneyed lobbyists.

Preserving liberty depends on all Americans having access to their elected officials—not just special interests. FreedomWorks holds Washington accountable to the citizens that put them in office.

FreedomWorks was originally founded as Citizens for a Sound Economy in 1984. Founded to fight for liberty, they brought together some of the best and brightest minds of the liberty movement. Since then, they’ve expanded their ambitions from a free-market think tank to a service center for the grassroots freedom movement across the whole country.


Thursday, January 4 2018, 6:30PM
Boca Community Center
150 Crawford Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33432
(561) 393-7807
MAP

Please RSVP:


Allen Page is the Southeast Director for FreedomWorks. He has been With FreedomWorks for 16 years. Allen works closely with the conservative and liberty minded groups in the southeast. Before joining FreedomWorks, Allen worked in grassroot campaigns for former Rep. Coble, former Senator John East, former Senator Jesse Helms, former Senator Duncan Faircloth and former senator Steve Symms.

Education: B.A,. Elon College

Kathy Hartkopf is a grassroots coordinator for FreedomWorks. She works directly with FreedomWorks activists, educating and empowering them to stand together for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom. Kathy joined FreedomWorks (then Citizens for a Sound Economy), as a grassroots activist in 2000, when CSE formed in her county to help citizens fight an egregious bond referendum.

Education: A.A., Peace College; Graduated Fellow of the Institute of Political Leadership, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and East Carolina University.

FreedomWorks at Wellington on Wednesday 1/3/18

Please Join us on

Wednesday, January 3,2018 at Wellington

for


Alan Page, Southeast Director

and


Kathy Hartkopf, Grassroots Coordinator

FreedomWorks

For over a quarter century, FreedomWorks has identified, educated, and actuated citizens who are enthused about showing up to support free enterprise and constitutionally limited government.

They are not primarily a “think-tank,” content to study the issues and publish papers and reports. FreedomWorks breaks down the barriers between the beltway insiders and grassroots America.

FreedomWorks members know that government goes to those who show up. That’s why they give them the tools to break through the media noise and provide the same access to Washington as the big-moneyed lobbyists.

Preserving liberty depends on all Americans having access to their elected officials—not just special interests. FreedomWorks holds Washington accountable to the citizens that put them in office.

FreedomWorks was originally founded as Citizens for a Sound Economy in 1984. Founded to fight for liberty, they brought together some of the best and brightest minds of the liberty movement. Since then, they’ve expanded their ambitions from a free-market think tank to a service center for the grassroots freedom movement across the whole country.


Wednesday, January 3 2018, 6:30PM
Wellington Community Center
12150 Forest Hill Boulevard
(561) 753-2484

MAP

Wellington Chapter RSVP:


Allen Page is the Southeast Director for FreedomWorks. He has been With FreedomWorks for 16 years. Allen works closely with the conservative and liberty minded groups in the southeast. Before joining FreedomWorks, Allen worked in grassroot campaigns for former Rep. Coble, former Senator John East, former Senator Jesse Helms, former Senator Duncan Faircloth and former senator Steve Symms.

Education: B.A,. Elon College

Kathy Hartkopf is a grassroots coordinator for FreedomWorks. She works directly with FreedomWorks activists, educating and empowering them to stand together for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom. Kathy joined FreedomWorks (then Citizens for a Sound Economy), as a grassroots activist in 2000, when CSE formed in her county to help citizens fight an egregious bond referendum.

Education: A.A., Peace College; Graduated Fellow of the Institute of Political Leadership, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and East Carolina University.

TPP Call – 12/10/17

1. Constitution Minute- Chris Wright

The federal government is slowly imposing sanctions on the 4th amendment that could result in loss of a basic public protection from unreasonable searches. The supreme court is preparing for a review of the feds actions.

2. D.C. Report; Bill Pascoe

The two main current issues before congress are tax reform and the next budget bill resolution. The current tax reform bill is in the conference reconciliation work stage. Time is of the essence, since the congress Christmas vacation is less than two weeks away. The planed reconciliation completion date is 12/20. Two of the primary issues are elimination of the Obamacare mandates and the insurance company bail outs.

There will very likely be a temporary budget proposal to meet the pre Christmas deadline. The democrats are proposing a DACA restart add to the budget bill or they are likely to attempt to force a government shut down.

3. TPP Calls To Action; JBM

Go to the TPP web site for detail. No DACA restart & elimination of the Obamacare mandates.

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