As we come to the final year of Obama's presidency, something we wished had happened four years ago, and cross the New Year, a time when many make New Year's resolutions, we have seven resolutions that will help make 2016 a better year for you and for our beloved Republic. In making, and keeping, these resolutions we need to remember that we need to stay engaged or we lose it all!
We have seen how Obama has taken away or limited our:
- Freedom of choice with doctors and insurance through ObamaCare
Now Hillary wants to continue the Obama legacy. We cannot sit back and let that happen, for the sake of our families, children, grandchildren, and our posterity.
Here are the seven New Year's resolutions we suggest.
Center for Self Governance Classes
In January, there will be two local classes, plus an internet NJ Constitution 200 class, attended from the convenience of your own home. It is open to ALL CSG students as well as friends (use it as an opportunity to recruit for CSG). While many of us are very familiar with the US Constitution, the social contract that binds NJ government is probably quite unfamiliar to many of us!
Friday, January 15 - Online NJ Constitution 200 Class, 6-10 p.m. (Executive Branch). Contact us to register and receive a sign-on link.
Contact Barbara Eames for more information at 973-538-8226.
Assemblyman Robert Auth (NJ-39)
*RSVP - firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-820-6121
Somerset County Residents
Our January meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 20th from 7:00 -- 9:00 p.m. John DiMarco and Jim Bennett, NJ FairTax State Director, will present an educational debate on "Is the current FairTax plan the best system for America? We will learn about the concept of taxation and human nature along with basic economic principles. This will help us to better understand not only the FairTax, but other tax plans as well. We are meeting ate the Somerset County Library on 1 Vogt Drive in Bridgewater, NJ.
Skylands Tea Party
Our first meeting of the year is Wednesday, January 6th at 6: 45 p.m. at the Hampton Diner on Route 206 in Newton. Come early for dinner or a burger, salad, or sandwich and soup. Remember you will get your chance to speak at our open forum. Bring a friend, your ideas and information a notebook to jot down a few ideas you'll be coming away with.
As a reminder, we will send out meeting details in advance of any meeting, if there is a meeting. There is no meeting this month. When there is a meeting, the Morris County Tea Party's normal meeting date is the third Tuesday of the month at 7 pm at 30 East Hanover Road in Whippany.
To win this cause we need to you to stay engaged. Your membership and active support is essential to continuing our growth to include all of Morris County and partnering with other Tea Party groups throughout Northern New Jersey. With your support our growth and impact on the next year's activities will enable us to bring you insightful, important and interesting speakers to our meetings, keep the pressure on our elected officials to stand by their conservative principles, and keep you connected with like-minded patriots.
You can sign up or renew membership online atwww.morriscountyteaparty.org or at our next scheduled meeting or you can write a check to Morris County Tea Party and send to Morris County Tea Party, 45 Park Place South, Suite 255, Morristown, NJ 07960. Watch your emails for our meeting announcements. We look forward to working together.
The Morris County Tea Party