PBCTP Demonstrates for Tax Reform and Trump

For several hours on “Tax Day”, April 18, members waved signs on the corner of Military and PGA in Palm Beach Gardens.

     

Tax Day Rally

Action Alert
Tax Day Rally
Tuesday April 18 th
4 PM to 6 PM
PGA Blvd and MILITARY Trail

Bring Signs / We will also have signs available

Please support
PresidentTrump’s
Tax Reform Measure

Congressman Brian Mast Holds Townhall

Along with District 6 County Commissioner Melissa McKinlay, Congressman Brian Mast stood center stage for over two hours today at Seminole Ridge High School and fielded a wide variety of questions, most from the Progressive point of view.

As he was battered by Obamacare fans berating his support for repeal & replace, Planned Parenthood partisans (very vocal those!!) who believe that a reduction of federal funding would put all women everywhere at risk of terrible diseases, those who demand Trump’s tax returns and an “independent investigation” into the President’s conspiring with the Russians to steal the election, Brian remained calm and collected and provided fearless and forthright answers to even the nastiest of questions.

Other topics included dealing with the opiate crisis (for which Commissioner McKinlay is a local leader), global warming, water quality, and tax reform. Surprisingly , there were no questions on immigration, the military or foreign policy. Many of the progressive contingent held up agree/disagree signs or red/green papers to indicate their feelings on the issues.

Judging by the questions and amount of applause for those asking them, about 90% of the 200-300 in the audience were clearly not Republican voters, yet our Congressman gave the impression that he is in Washington to support ALL the people in the district, regardless of party.

When Brian returns for his next town hall, probably during the next Congressional recess, it would behoove those who are his core supporters to actually show up. Brian carried the district by 11 points – he should not have to hear only from his opponents at these events.

FreedomWorks at May Meetings

Please Join us at ALL THREE CHAPTERS on

Monday, May 1 at PBG Branch County Library
(Also with Billy and Karen Vaughn)
Tuesday, May 2 at Boca
Wednesday, May 3 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.


Monday, May 1, 2017
County Library, Palm Beach Gardens Branch
11303 Campus Drive
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
6:00PM Program
NO MEAL SERVED AT THIS EVENT

Jupiter Chapter RSVP:


Tuesday, May 2, 2017, 6:30pm
Boca Community Center
150 Crawford Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33432
(561) 393-7807
MAP

Boca Chapter RSVP:


Wednesday, May 3, 2016, 6:30PM
Wellington Community Center
12150 Forest Hill Boulevard
(561) 753-2484

MAP

Wellington Chapter RSVP:


Allen 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 May 3

Please join us on Wednesday, May 3 at the Wellington Community Center for

for


Alan Page, Southeast Director

and


Kathy Hartkopf, Grassroots Coordinator

FreedomWorks

Click HERE for more information.

Also, our Chapter Leader MARION FRANK will speak about affordable Health Care & also will talk at future Wellington meetings on a number of interesting topics.
Wednesday, May 3, 2016, 6:30PM
Wellington Community Center
12150 Forest Hill Boulevard
(561) 753-2484

MAP

Please RSVP below; no meal is served with this meeting.

FreedomWorks at Boca on May 2

Please Join us at Boca Raton on Tuesday, May 2 for


Alan Page, Southeast Director

and


Kathy Hartkopf, Grassroots Coordinator

FreedomWorks

Click HERE for more information.

Lets us all welcome our new Chapter Leader KIRK WOLAK who will be speaking tonight & every meeting night at BOCA on a myriad of current subjects.
Tuesday, May 2, 2017, 6:30pm
Boca Community Center
150 Crawford Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33432
(561) 393-7807
MAP

Please RSVP:

FreedomWorks at County Library, PBG on May 1

Please Join us at the PBG Branch of the County Library on Monday, May 1

for


Alan Page, Southeast Director

and


Kathy Hartkopf, Grassroots Coordinator

of Freedom Works

Asset Forfeiture and Overview of FreedomWorks Plans for the Future

Click HERE for more information.

Also,

Billy and Karen Vaughn will speak on current happenings throughout the country and their experience with their new organization.
Monday, May 1, 2017
County Library, Palm Beach Gardens Branch
11303 Campus Drive
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
6:00PM Program
NO MEAL SERVED AT THIS EVENT

Please RSVP:

TPP Leader Jennie Beth Martin Visits with PBCTP

In South Florida to speak at the Martin County Lincoln Day Dinner, Tea Party Patriots leader Jennie Beth Martin spent a couple of hours with a contingent from the Palm Beach County Tea Party on Saturday.

Meeting in the lobby of a resort hotel in Stuart, the discussion was wide-ranging. Fresh from a visit to the Oval Office to discuss Obamacare repeal with President Trump and other national grassroots leaders from Heritage, Heritage Action, FreedomWorks and others, she described that meeting and the current state of the repeal effort.

While not everyone agrees that the defeat of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) bill was a “victory”, the opposition from the Freedom Caucus, supported by TPP and the other groups was principled and predicated on the limited effect the bill would have had on premium costs. Much of the TPP membership that was polled did oppose the bill.

Though repeal and replace is now showing some signs of new life from the administration and Congressional groups, the immediate reaction following the bill’s withdrawal was that Obamacare would remain the “law of the land” for the forseeable future as Congressional Republicans are not unified enough to move forward. Jenny Beth was more optimistic, and did not agree that the issue was dead. There are things proceeding as we speak, she said, including some of the so-called “phase 2” items that HHS Secretary Price can enact on his own, and Congressional work will continue after the Easter recess.

Also discussed were the state of the national tea party movement, and ways that we could be more effective locally in turning out people to work on specific projects. Besides being very knowledgeable and open about the nature of the movement and how it must change now that our side has the tools to actually govern, she is a very good listener. She heard comments on combating voter fraud, influencing legislators, dealing with local issues like the proliferation of “Welcoming Cities” and other topics, offering advice and suggestions along with anecdotes from other areas of the country.

A national leader since the inception of the Tea Party in 2009, Jennie Beth was a speaker at the first March on Washington in September of that year that drew over 1 Million people to the capital.


Under the leadership of Jenny Beth Martin, Tea Party Patriots has grown to be the largest and most effective national umbrella group within the Tea Party movement. Jenny Beth Martin and Tea Party Patriots now use their network to reach millions of Americans every week with education and updates about fiscal responsibility, free market principles, and constitutionally limited government. Because of her continual involvement in the major events that set the course of the United States government, Jenny Beth Martin is a frequent guest on almost every major television, radio, print, and online news outlet in America. In 2010 Time Magazine listed Jenny Beth Martin as one of the 100 Most Influential Leaders in the World. Her first book, “Tea Party Patriots: The Second American Revolution”, was published in 2012.

She is a lifelong Georgian and has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia. Jenny Beth is the mother of boy-girl twins.

An analysis of the PBG Elections

Rachelle Litt wins the PBG Group 5 runoff

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