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    Free Speech Crisis - November 2018 Cherokee County Meeting

    NOTICE -- this month's special meeting will be held
    at 6:15 p.m. November 13 instead of the fourth Tuesday
    and will include dinner and desert.
     

    CarolynCosby.pngThis month the Constitution Party of Georgia will host a presentation by Georgia Citizens In Defense of Free Speech.  Learn how the state is using unconstitutional election laws to prosecute Canton TEA Party leader Carolyn Cosby for her effective political organizing and activism.  Seven years after the initial complaint was filed she was fined $30,000 for the exercise of her 1st Amendment Right of free speech

    Cosby's case is now before the Georgia State Supreme Court.  Will you be taken to court for your politically incorrect speech?

    Constitutional Attorney Bruce Fein noted, “The goal of Attorney General Chris Carr is to control all groups.  State law now says even a church group praying in favor or against an electoral outcome would be required to register and disclose to the state or they could be found in violation of Georgia’s election laws and fined as engaging in activity ‘affecting the outcome of an election’ (O.C.G.A. Sec. 21-5-3(15)).” 

    Cosby will recount the events behind her case, explain the current law, and clarify the implications on your 1st Amendment rights.

    Cosby stated, “When the complaint was filed I had no idea that controversy was about the State of Georgia violating our constitutional rights, I just knew it was wrong and I'm just too stubborn to pay fines for no wrongdoing.  In challenging the complaint I discovered this is bigger than me, this is about every citizen in Georgia being silenced by the Attorney General’s office enforcing unconstitutional state laws!”

    Dinner will be provided:

    • Homemade Spaghetti
    • Salad
    • Rolls
    • Choice of Desserts

    To make sure we have enough food for all please RSVP by Monday, November 11 so we have an accurate headcount.

    After the dinner and presentation there will be a Q & A session, as well as an opportunity to join with Georgia Citizens In Defense of Free Speech to help raise awareness of the stripping of your political free speech rights.

     

    Meeting Agenda

    6:15 – 7:00 p.m.

       Dinner

    7:00 – 7:30 p.m.

       "Free Speech Crisis"
       Carolyn Cosby

    7:30 – 8:30 p.m.

       Q & A
       Activism Session
       Volunteer Assignments

    8:30 p.m. 

       Adjourn

     

    Holly Springs Community CenterNote:  The Holly Springs Train Depot/Community Center is near the intersection of Main Street and Hickory Road next to the railroad tracks.  Confirm the directions from your GPS system; some place the address further east on Hickory Road.

    WHEN
    November 13, 2018 at 6:15pm
    WHERE
    Holly Springs Train Depot/Community Center
    164 Hickory Rd
    Holly Springs, GA 30115
    United States
    Google map and directions
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    Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 06:15 PM · 1 rsvp

    November 2018 Cherokee County Party Monthly Meeting

    NOTICE -- this month's special meeting will be held
    at 6:15 p.m. November 13 instead of the fourth Tuesday
    and will include dinner and desert.
     

    CarolynCosby.pngThis month the Constitution Party of Georgia will host a presentation by Georgia Citizens In Defense of Free Speech.  Learn how the state is using unconstitutional election laws to prosecute Canton TEA Party leader Carolyn Cosby for her effective political organizing and activism.  Seven years after the initial complaint was filed she was fined $30,000 for the exercise of her 1st Amendment Right of free speech

    Cosby's case is now before the Georgia State Supreme Court.  Will you be taken to court for your politically incorrect speech?

    Constitutional Attorney Bruce Fein noted, “The goal of Attorney General Chris Carr is to control all groups.  State law now says even a church group praying in favor or against an electoral outcome would be required to register and disclose to the state or they could be found in violation of Georgia’s election laws and fined as engaging in activity ‘affecting the outcome of an election’ (O.C.G.A. Sec. 21-5-3(15)).” 

    Cosby will recount the events behind her case, explain the current law, and clarify the implications on your 1st Amendment rights.

    Cosby stated, “When the complaint was filed I had no idea that controversy was about the State of Georgia violating our constitutional rights, I just knew it was wrong and I'm just too stubborn to pay fines for no wrongdoing.  In challenging the complaint I discovered this is bigger than me, this is about every citizen in Georgia being silenced by the Attorney General’s office enforcing unconstitutional state laws!”

    Dinner will be provided:

    • Homemade Spaghetti
    • Salad
    • Rolls
    • Choice of Desserts

    To make sure we have enough food for all please RSVP by Monday, November 11 so we have an accurate headcount.

    After the dinner and presentation there will be a Q & A session, as well as an opportunity to join with Georgia Citizens In Defense of Free Speech to help raise awareness of the stripping of your political free speech rights.

     

    Meeting Agenda

    6:15 – 7:00 p.m.

       Dinner

    7:00 – 7:30 p.m.

       "Free Speech Crisis"
       Carolyn Cosby

    7:30 – 8:30 p.m.

       Q & A
       Activism Session
       Volunteer Assignments

    8:30 p.m. 

       Adjourn

     

    Holly Springs Community CenterNote:  The Holly Springs Train Depot/Community Center is near the intersection of Main Street and Hickory Road next to the railroad tracks.  Confirm the directions from your GPS system; some place the address further east on Hickory Road.

    Friday, November 16, 2018 at 08:00 AM through November 17, 2018

    Fall 2018 National Committee Meeting

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    Constitution Party supporters and activists from around the nation will meet near the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport for training and mutual encouragement at the the fall National Committee meeting.  Click here for registration and lodging information.  Friends of constitutional liberty are welcome.

    Charles-Key-1.pngThe keynote speaker this fall is former Oklahoma state representative Charles Key. He was instrumental in the Grand Jury investigation into the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing of the Murrah Federal Building and published “The Final Report,” a 600-page study of the jury's findings.

    Having served for 18 years under both Democratic and Republican leadership, Key brings unique insight into the way state government really works. A life-long activist in the liberty movement, former State Rep. Key has been fighting for openness and transparency in government for over 30 years. One of his greatest personal achievements was passage of the Tenth Amendment Resolution which has now been adopted by over half of state legislatures in the union.

    Key will address the representatives on the National Committee on "Stolen Government:  Why Your Representative Cannot Represent You, and What You Can Do About It."  

    Registration and Lodging Information

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