Union County Tea Party Hosts School Choice Advocate Teitelbaum Tuesday
Cranford, NJ, March 18, 2013—Economist Milton Friedman wrote, "Just as the breakup of the Ma Bell monopoly led to a revolution in communications, a breakup of the school monopoly would lead to a revolution in schooling.” Israel Teitelbaum of the Alliance for Free Choice in Education wants to make this vision a reality, and he will be speaking about it at 8pm on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 at a special meeting of the Union County Tea Party at the Rustic Mill Diner in Cranford. There is no charge. The public and new members are welcome.
On Wednesday, April 17, 2013, there will be a follow-up general meeting of the UCTP also at the Rustic Mill, with guests to be announced.
The Rustic Mill Diner is located at 109 North Avenue West in Cranford, NJ.
The Union County Tea Party is a grassroots organization whose purpose is to educate, inform and empower New Jersey residents in Union County, as well as neighboring counties, to return government at all levels to Constitutional principles.
The UCTP's mission is to achieve the resurgence of New Jersey’s and America’s economy and a return to liberty for all, by ending high taxes and excessive spending, seeking the repeal of business-stifling and job-killing regulations, and promoting the principles of free market capitalism.
The long-term goal of the Union County Tea Party is a government limited to protecting citizens' individual rights.
The Union County Tea Party is on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/groups/269088085034 and on the web at http://unioncountynjteaparty.org/. You may also contact them via email at: email@example.com, or telephone at (908) 578-5005.