Part of a multifaceted initiative to break the cycle of poverty
Licensure raises prices of goods and services and restricts employment opportunities
The legitimate role of licensure requirements
When licensure becomes an immoral social injustice
What you can do to accelerate reform
St. Brendan’s Inn, 234 S Washington St, Green Bay, WI 54301.
Tuesday, Nov 15th at 7 p.m.
(Enjoy dinner at St. Brendan’s Inn first)
Event is free and open to the public!
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More info at email@example.com and www.newpatriots.org
WE NORMALLY MEET THE THIRD TUESDAY
N.E.W. Patriots, a local conservative group, is hosting this free event and invites the public to attend!
Regarding Common Core
Here are some more links to Common Core Related .pdf documents that you may download ~ Print Out ~ and Please Share!
21 Reasons to Homeschool – half page cut vertically to hand out – Private School Tuition Tax Deduction New This Year for Christian Parents is on the other side: Link
Protect Your Tight to Privacy NOW! on one side and Taxpayer Action Alert on the other side. This piece prints in Landscape mode and may be cut vertically to create handouts: Link
Tri-Fold Front and Back print piece Titled “20 Reasons Why Christian Parents Should Get Their Children out of Wisconsin’s WEAC-RUN Government Schools: Link
This is a larger more detailed piece you may cut in half after printing that covers, 21 Reasons to Homeschool, Includes Homeschooling Resources and the back side includes the Information regarding Private School Tuition Tax Deduction New This Year For Christian Parents: Link
This is an 8.5 X 11 inch single sheet that may be cut down the middle with the 21 Reasons to Homeschool on them as well as Homeschooling Resources: Link
This is also an 8.5 X 11 inch single sheet that may be cut down the middle with the Private School Tuition Tax Deduction Information on it. May be combined with previous piece: Link
This is a special Legal Size Document 11X14 that may be folded in half as a 4 page handout Title is “Help Stop The Common Core Scam in Wisconsin’s Schools: Link
This is the Wisconsin Taxpayer Scholl & Privacy Survey: Link
Learn Ways to Reach Out To Hispanic Americans
Plenty of people are talking about how conservatives must reach out to the Hispanic community. We’re taking action through Heritage Libertad–our Spanish-language website, which is connecting Hispanic Americans with conservative ideas that will benefit their families, their communities and their businesses. Just as important, through Heritage Liberetad, we’re building a broader base of support for the ideas that are top priority to Heritage supporters. Since launching in 2010, Heritage Libertad continues to flourish.
Online: Libertad.org offers easy-to-access Spanish-language research and simple connection to Libertad’s Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube pages. Libertad.org is also home to Cafe’ con Libertad, our Spanish-Language blog, which offers up-to-the-minute details on hot news topics.
In the Media: Libertad is building a permanent presence on Hispanic radio and TV. In 2012, Heritage Libertad was mentioned in more than 300 redio and television interviews that reached local, national, and international audiences.
Send your Spanish-speaking friends and neighbors to Heritage’s Libertad.org fo a new perspective.
Northeast Wisconsin Patriots Mission Statement
“In order to re-establish the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our posterity, we commit ourselves to promote the conservative values of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. We shall do this by educating the public, promoting and supporting quality candidates, and communicating with our elected officials, while remaining politically independent. We shall work together to: present guest speakers; present current issues and recommend a simple call to action; provide an open forum; provide education on government, the Constitution, and political issues of interest; affiliate with a limited number of regional and national organizations with similar interests; identify and support candidates who share our mission (statement); and make our meetings both compelling and enjoyable.”