The only thing I take seriously is my Freedom. And Bacon.

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Kitchen Table Patriots - Next Meeting July 9th.

Ana, Anastasia, CL Bryant & other FreedomWorks Bootcamp warriors!

Mark your calendars!
I'm starting to meet people in "real time" that I've only "met" on social networks - and it's fantastic. Even if you are a member at another tea party group - feel free to drop by and make some new friends.  Hope to see you all there!

Cheers to Freedom! And a pink slip for Obama!

From the Kitchen Table Patriots: 

Let's get together and talk about our next steps as we get ready to take out Barack Obama and Bob Casey this Fall!  After a very well attended Get Out The Vote training day in Bucks County in early June, we are now ready to put into practice all the tools we learned from FreedomWorks.  

We all came together back in 2009 because we were outraged by the election of Barack Obama, the passage of Obamacare and the direction of our country financially and ideologically.  The time has come, perhaps our last chance to truly make a stance, for us to unite and work to defeat the progressive agenda which has already infiltrated us so deeply.  The first step towards a big win in November starts now!  So, we, at The Kitchen Table Patriots, urge you to come out to make a difference, we can plug you in where you are needed.

This is where you can make a difference that really matters!

Attending? Send us an email:  
Date: ................ Monday, July 9th, 2012 
Time: ............... 7PM - 9PM
Cost: ................ Free (buy your own drink downstairs)
Where: ............. The Loyal Order of the Moose 

  School Choice is Back
Please call your legislators today 
and ask them to vote YES on HB 2468

Jan Murphy, Harrisburg Patriot-News
Tuesday, June 12, 2012

While plans for school vouchers remain mired in the General Assembly, some lawmakers are supporting a new idea to help kids in failing schools. Rep. Jim Christiana, R-Beaver, is introducing a bill that would create a $100 million tax credit program aimed at children in poor-performing schools. The bill to create the new Educational Improvement Scholarship Credit will be introduced today in the House of Representatives. The program would try to build on the state's $75 million Educational Improvement Tax Credit program. That program grants tax credit to companies that donate to preschool and K-12 scholarships to students or to innovative public education programs. Tax credits for this program typically are spoken for in a matter of days after they become available. The new tax credit program would be limited to companies donating to organizations that provide scholarships to students in the state's worst-performing schools. In Christiana's plan as well as the existing EITC program, businesses donating to scholarship organizations could cut their state taxes by up to 90 cents on every dollar donated to education. The goal of Christiana's plan is to generate enough money to provide an escape for 30,000 low- and middle-income students in failing public schools. His plan would provide scholarships of up to $8,500 for a regular education student and up to $15,000 for a special-needs student. "I think it is a very attractive program to those that want to help these kids get out of the violent underperforming schools," Christiana said. Support for a new education tax credit is evolving among House Republican leaders. "I think it's definitely something we should do," said House Majority Whip Stan Saylor, R-York. 

Privatization of Liquor Stores 

 The time has come, once and for all, to give Pennsylvanians the freedom to choose their own wine and spirits -- without the government's monopoly of mediocrity.  Government in the booze business has always been a lose business.  Let's give our legislators a final push to let them know the time is now to get government out of the booze business!  Currently, this issue is stalled in the House of Representatives so your phone calls, emails and faxes can have a positive effect in getting this to a vote before the Legislators leave Harrisburg for the Summer.