I left the names below - these are other Tea Party people from around Idaho - add them to your list of cool-people.
One more thing about Huntsman Springs event - today, I will call our local police and assure them if there is any protest during the event, our group is peaceful and will not be provoked - we are on the side of law-enforcement.
If faced with opposition now or then, I beg you to remain cool, calm, collected. Let them be the fool and allow them to show their intolerance. I will be wearing my GB - Tshirt: Hope, Faith, Charity. If you don't have one go to Glenn Beck's site and get one!
I appreciate all your energy and passion for our country, thank you! KJ
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Subject: IDAHO HEALTH CARE TOWN HALL - satelite groups
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Where: Old Spaghetti Factory in Boise
When: lunch at 12 noon for $15 Town hall begins at 12:30 pm
|Presenter: Clint Bolick, Goldwater Institute|
Clint Bolick serves as the director of the Scharf-Norton Center for Constitutional Litigation at the Goldwater Institute. The Goldwater Institute's Center for Constitutional Litigation is the first of its kind and a new avenue for free-market organizations to advance freedom in the states.
A legal pioneer in a number of areas, Bolick is perhaps best known for his leadership in defending state-based school choice programs. He has argued and won significant cases in both state and federal courts, winning school choice victories in the Supreme Courts of Wisconsin, Ohio, and Arizona, as well as in Zelman v. Simmons-Harris before the Supreme Court of the United States.
Bolick is one of the leaders is the litigation effort to challenge the recently enacted federal health care mandate.
Boise target audience for planning discussion onstrategy for health care litigation –
- Idaho Health Care Freedom Act sponsors
- House & Senate Health & Welfare Committee members
- Idaho Administration - Governor, Lt Governor and/or Attorney General and legislative leaders
- Interested legislators and citizens
Satellite locations are being recruited. We are working on Sandpoint, CDA. Pocatello, Twin Falls and Lewiston and others. Live strategic discussion in Boise with satellite observer groups in 2 – 4 communities across Idaho. Presentation by Clint Bolick, discussion with Boise group followed by Q & A from observers across the state through GoToMeeting.
The Idaho Freedom Foundation is a nonprofit, nonpartisan policy research center dedicated to educating Idahoans on the benefits of limited government, low taxes, government transparency, free market solutions and economic freedom.