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Wisconsin GrandSons of Liberty

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Topics of interest:

Tim Dake was recently interviewed by Ross Brown, founder of the site Living the Pursuit. The topic of discussion was Tim's work on the Article V Convention. You can listen to a Podcast of the program.

For more information on this project, select Article V from the Project menu above.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Check out the letter of 11 October 2011 from the GAB stating "no probable cause...".

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  Open Meetings:


    September's open meeting (rescheduled to) :


        Wednesday September 28, 2016     6:00 PM  to  7:30 PM

     Hales Corners Village Hall
       5635 S New Berlin Rd.
       Hales Corners, WI   53130           


    Guest Speaker: Matt Kittle


    Matt Kittle will return to speak on the Minimum Mark-Up Law battle in Wisconsin and how it COSTS you with every purchase, yet the legislators cannot get it repealed….for some reason. 

Matt is the bureau chief of Wisconsin Watchdog and national First Amendment reporter for Watchdog.org. His famous investigation on The Milwaukee John Doe helped bring reforms to Wisconsin's John Doe law and spurred legislation that dismantled the government agency. 

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     October meetingTuesday , October 25, 2016      6:00PM to 7:30PM  

                          

    Guest Speaker:    Sheriff David Clarke


     Save the date.  More to come as we get closer to that date.                                                        
      

       

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