ADA-SEMINOLE TEA PARTY #5 LOOKS AT PRINCIPLES OF GOOD GOVERNMENT
Tuesday, June 14, Flag Day, from 6:30-9:00pm, in the Industrial Arts Classroom across from the votech building, the Ada-Seminole TEA Party #5 will conduct its monthly meeting using guest speakers Dr. Earl Taylor doing his amazing and very enlightening presentation on “The 28 Principles of Good Government” and followed by Representative Tom Newell fielding questions from the audience. After Dr. Taylor’s presentation, Mrs. Jenni White, President of ROPE (Restore Oklahoma Public Education), an Oklahoma – based organization intent on making improvements in the public education available to Oklahoma students, will address the topic of “The Core Curriculum and Its Implications for Oklahoma Public Education”. Her presentation will be followed by questions from the audience, too.
The Ada-Seminole TEA Party has seen the rise of another TEA Party organization: Konawa now has a monthly tea party which meets on the fourth Tuesday evening from 7:00-9:00pm at the American Legion Hall in Konawa. The contact person is Mr. Jerry Waddle at 580-925-2688 or Billie Riggle at 580-925-2410.
The purpose of the tea parties is to get the citizens of each community aware of government issues at the state and federal levels, to inform the citizen voters to become educated about topics which have a bearing on the 2012 election. Opportunity to meet and greet influential leaders in our state and congressional district representatives makes attendance at these meetings very valuable. The audience is encouraged to ask hard questions directly of guest speakers and observe their unrehearsed responses.
The Ada-Seminole TEA Party agenda for months of June, July, August, September and October promises to be exciting and enlightening. For example, confirmed speakers for July 12 – include Lt. Governor Todd Lamb and State Auditor Gary Jones; for August 23 – Attorney General Scott Pruitt and Representative Sally Kern. Rep. Kern has just published a book entitled THE STONING OF SALLY KERN, and copies will be available for sale at the tea party. September 13 – is Keith Shankle doing his detailed presentation about the Federal Reserve and its Overreaching Effects on our Government. Keith will speak from many resources including the classic reference THE CREATURE FROM JEKYLL ISLAND which describes the origin of and the purpose of the Federal Reserve, an entity which exerts great control over our economy and banking and financial worlds. October 11 – will be Dan Fisher presenting “Representation Without Representation”. Dan Fisher spoke at a TEA Party earlier this year on the “History of the Black Robe Regiment” – the powerful influence of the Christian clergy in Revolutionary Days and leading in the Revolutionary War for Independence from England’s tyranny.
For further information, contact the Ada-Seminole TEA Party Coordinator Catherine White at 405-941-3381.
Our tentative agendas for ADA TEA Parties are as follows: TP#1 – Feb. 15 – Tues. 6:30-9:00PM- Industrial Arts Classroom at Pontotoc Technology Center Industrial Arts Classroom (THE SAME PLACE AND TIME FOR ALL OF OUR PARTIES #1, 2, 3, 4) – Guest Speakers: Charlie Meadows – ”How to Keep Elected Official Accountable”; Mark Costello – ”My Plan to Be Accountable to the Electorate”; Jo Joyce – ”Citizens’ Involvement in Opposing Progressive Community Organizing”.
TEA PARTY #2 – March 8 – Guest Speaker – Several Elected Officials – ”My Plan for Accountability”; Guest Speaker – Paul Blair – ”Increasing Citizens’ Participation in Restoring America to Godly Government”.
TEA PARTY #3 – April 19 – Guest Speaker – Dan Fisher – ”The History and Involvement of the Black Robe Regiment and Its Contemporary Application to Current Government Affairs”.; Guest Speaker – Keith Shankle – ”The Federal Reserve and Its Ties to International Finance and Socialism”.
TEA PARTY #4 – May 10 – Guest Speaker: Miki Booth – ”Update on Court Rulings from Dr. David Manning’s Court Session May 2010 in NYC and an Update on the LTC Terry Lakin Imprisonment re the Eligibility Issue”; Guest Speaker – several elected officials with their plan for accountability.
For more information, questions contact: Catherine at 405-941-3381.