War Against Christianity, morality and societal norms. Greg Dolezal, candidate District 27 state Senate — Greg is running for the seat being vacated by Michael Williams, who is running for governor. Greg is a strong conservative who has been very involved in Forsyth — and unlike one of his opponents has voted in past elections.
Forsyth issues like traffic and education are listed prominently on this website. Of particular interest to conservatives are also his stance on Religious Freedom legislation in Georgia, his opposition to all tax increases, a pledge to do whatever he can to keep sanctuary cities out of our state, support for the second amendment and his desire to impose term limits on all elected officials.
He ran for school board 4 years ago, and learned a great deal in the process. Mark also feels that the school board must be more judicious and transparent by involving the community throughout the process of budgeting, spending and making other financial decisions for our schools. You have heard his ads and know a tiny bit about his military service and some basic thoughts he has about how he would run the State.
Now come and meet Mr. Hill and listen to what he thinks would make Georgia a better place to live over the next 4 years. We will be discussing seats contested in the May 22 Republican Primary with several of the candidates. Kipper and his wife, Missy, have lived in the community for 28 years where three of their four children attended Gwinnett County Public Schools. Formerly a small business owner, Kipper has spent 20 years in pastoral care ministry and is currently one of the pastors at Perimeter Church.
Steve has been involved in education for years and if elected would be a conservative Christian voice on the school board. We need to learn about the candidates who will be shaping the way our children are educated.
After 4 years in the House, Brad is now running for Secretary of State. In Brad authored HB to require members of governmental boards and commissions to be citizens of the United States if they are in a position to raise taxes — a prescient move considering what just happened in California.
While this bill passed the House, it unfortunately never received a hearing in the Senate. Come and hear why he wants to be our next Secretary of State and what changes he would like to make.
Bill is a 3rd generation Georgian who has lived in Forsyth for 20 years. Just how far have we come? The information she will present will be difficult to believe, but the documentation she brings is irrefutable. Staring with the name itself, which is the very definition of a one world government, the United Nations is working to take your freedoms, little by little, year by year.
Kim has done the research, and will present to you startling information that is being ignored by too many people. Her presentation will expose the UN Agenda as you have never seen, using documents and information that are open and available to anyone who takes the time to look.
To view this body as only some sort of high level think tank is to miss the fact that they have well defined long term goals which they have successfully pushed down to federal, state and local governments all over our country. Many of the decisions made by your local Planning and Zoning boards, and even some of the guidelines enforced by your local Home Owner Associations can be traced back to the UN.
The left is feeling particularly feisty and is already looking to make gains at the state level across the country. Georgia State Representative Brockway will be speaking about the upcoming legislative session, his race for Secretary of State, and, if there is time, the prospects for an Article V Convention of the States. Buzz will not shy from answering difficult questions, so come prepared.
Unfortunately this time if year is also famous for crimes of opportunity, and we all need to be on our guard. Something that touches every facet of security regardless of the venue, age or situation is situational awareness, and Major Williamson knows that this is the most valuable tool with which we can arm ourselves. Inside North Korea North Korea is back in the news. In fact, they never went away. The people are oppressed and the leadership is dangerous.
Visit us for a presentation on North Korea and learn how this nation became the most isolated and closed country in the world, how their people live, what their military is like, and what may lie ahead. Civics Education in Georgia Perceptions vs Realities In the Fall of a special Ga.
House Study Committee is holding hearings on the possible need for stronger civics education in Georgia. As a long-time education analyst specializing in History and Civics, Ken Craft has a unique perspective on the current standards and what improvements are needed. Along other topics, he will review the presentation he made to the study committee.
As historical statues and even our National Anthem are under attack, please join us to get up to date on the situation and what you can do to change things. Ken has been fighting for traditional values and Constitutional principles for years.
He and his wife Judy spend a great deal of time at the State Capital and send out voter guides to help people understand where candidates stand on issues of interest to conservative Georgians. After nursing school at North Ga. Cindy now consults with attorneys on their medical cases as an independent contractor. Gwinnett County Solicitor General Rosanna Szabo will be our speaker for this special meeting on the 24th, and will be talking about your rights including gun rights in Gwinnett Rosanna is a very interesting speaker, and is open and knowledgeable about all types of crimes we see in the County, including how to lookout for the ever increasing scams that are moving through Georgia.
She has served as an instructor training prosecutors and police on domestic violence, DUI, and traffic laws. Michael Williams has been a Georgia State Senator, so we have some experience with him as a Representative. He has always been accessible and willing to listen to constituents.
Now he is running for Governor, and has some ideas that we have not heard from any of the other candidates. How much will he be able to accomplish? What are his plans and goals? Michael will be at our September meeting in Buford — come and meet him and find out why many conservatives that we respect have made him their first choice. It used to be a sure fire way to put people to sleep.
Insurance is required for almost everything we do. From driving a car, to buying a house, to opening up a business or even getting a loan. And nobody has to remind us about healthcare! Beck knows just about everything there is to know about the who, what, how and why when it comes to this topic. And he has some ideas of what we can do to improve the industry in Georgia.
Term Limits, a group pushing for a resolution by the Georgia state House of Representatives to support an Article V Convention for a single-issue amendment for congressional term limits.
James Immigrated to the United States from Panama when he was 7 and became a naturalized American citizen in He took some time off from college and joined the army at 20, going through Infantry basic training at Fort Benning, GA. Greg hosts a 2 hour talk show each week on WJBB Radio and will be doing a special edition of the show during our meeting.
The show will be live-streamed on Facebook and we will take questions from those in attendance. We plan to do this show just like we do in the studio! But it will certainly be interesting and lots of fun. We will start streaming the show early. To watch, just visit our Facebook page by 7: He returned stateside and graduated from the University of Georgia. Shane will be running against 7th District Congressman Rob Woodall in the Republican primary next year, and is a dynamic speaker who wants to take the same zeal and passion he displayed serving our country on the battlefield into the halls of Congress.
And once you hear him speak you will have to admit he has a really good chance of making some changes. And we did just that. Rob talked for about 30 minutes then took over 20 questions, ranging from education to immigration to budget. While we received criticism from the usual suspects AJC, for instance we had to keep the visit by Congressman Woodall a closely guarded secret in order to learn what is going on in Washington.
Those familiar with our group know we welcome anyone, and are willing to give any credible person an opportunity to address our group. We have had several elected Democrats take our stage, and we always learn something.
If you missed this, you really missed out. Very exciting meeting with Atlanta attorney Kurt Martin, an expert on gun laws, personal protection and personal security.
We also had a fascinating live fire demonstration, showing the effectiveness of silencers on guns ranging from. The future of the Republican Party is uncertain, but picking the right people to run the party is essential.
This year there are a number of good candidates, but each of them has unique qualifications and desires as to what they believe is most important. Michael McNeely — Mr. A thorn in the side of liberals and many old guard Republicans, Josh is not giving up.
Come hear his plans for and what we can do to help him. Georgia Constitutional Amendments and the Electoral College In addition to a discussion of the proposed amendments to the Georgia Constitution that will be on the ballot in November we will have a discussion about the Electoral College and a presentation on the National Popular Vote NPV movement by Patrick Rosenstiel.
Patrick is flying into Atlanta just to speak to our group and bring us the case for the NPV. You really need to hear both sides to understand this issue.
Friends call him Rosie and he lets you decide. Americans for Prosperity AFP has a brand new presentation that covers this important topic, and they have agreed to use our Tea Party meeting as part of the debut. Participants will learn some history of Political Correctness, how it has reshaped American politics, and discuss the need to stand up against the onslaught.
Senate Candidate Allen Buckley Mr. We need to head back towards our roots, in terms of less regulation, less entitlements, less foreign intervention, less debt, and more personal liberty and responsibility. Want to know more? Come and hear from the candidate himself! How bad is the threat from Islam to our way of life?
Is more of the same on the way? How could terrorists use our current immigration policies to their advantage? David has spoken at our meetings before, and we frequently look to him to help us put the latest news into perspective.