Monthly Meeting - December 1, 2015
Mr. James Fitzpatrick, National Director of Field Activities for the John Birch Society and former detective for the Newark New Jersey police department knows how fulfilling and yet challenging the job can be. He writes, "I know what a joy it is to work with and for the community, but I also know what it's like to have someone stand in between you (officers) and your community to further a political agenda."
The American system of government enjoys a special relationship with police. It's a system that has checks and balances and is directly accountable to the people. The result is a local police force and community working together to create safe neighborhoods. Contrast that with a federal police force as seen in other countries.
Please come out and join the "Support Your Local Police and Keep Them Independent" campaign to help local police forces, governed by their local communities, to stay as such. The more the federal government is involved in local police affairs, the more opportunity there is for entangling alliances, where allegiances can gradually shift from local to federal.
We are personally inviting personnel from all law enforcement agencies from Cape May to Gloucester to attend this meeting. If you know of anyone involved in law enforcement, please invite them to come out and hear one of the top speakers in the nation address a very serious issue that could very easily affect the lives of all Americans.
Place: Woodstown Moose Lodge
Address: 13 By-Pass Road, Woodstown, New Jersey 08098
7PM to 9PM (Doors open at 6PM)
We are anticipating a very packed room for this event. Come early for a good seat.