Free Market Warrior Loren Spivack to speak at Plymouth Rock/Cape Cod Island Tea Party Patriots meeting

Spivack to present a two-part lecture in Pocasset October 11 & 16

The Plymouth Rock/Cape Cod and Island Tea Party Patriots have announced that author and lecture, Loren Spivak, will speak at their next two meetings on Tuesday, October 11 and Sunday, October 16. Spivack, known as the Free Market Warrior, will present a two-part lecture series on the 11th and 16th at the Pocasset Community Club at 314 Barlows Landing Road in Pocasset.

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Mr. Spivack's lecture will be on economic literacy including what money is and where its value comes from as well as it application regarding such issues as education, health care, race relations and the environment.

The agenda for the meetings will be a meet and great, short update and current political events along with the first part of the presentation on the first night, and the second part of the presentation on the following night. The program on both nights will begin at 6 p.m.

According to the organization's release, the group is dedicated to "protecting America’s future by promoting its core values of fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government, and free markets.  The Tea Party is not a political party but a community organization for the purposes of education, political discussion, community betterment and social activities." 

Meetings are non-partisan and all interested residents of Plymouth and Cape Cod are welcome to attend. 

To learn more about the Plymouth Rock/Cape Cod and Islands Tea Party Patriots, visit their website here. They may also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

Source: PR/CC&I TPP.

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