05/30/10 Events and Actions

                                             God Bless the USA 

                                   And I’m proud to be an American,
                                            where at least I know I’m free.
                                  And I won’t forget the men who died,
                                           who gave that right to me.

                                                    – Lee Greenwood 


We honor our fallen heroes, veterans, and soldiers.   Thank you – to you and your families – for your lives, your service, and your sacrifice.  We will do all we can to keep the freedoms you have fought so bravely to protect. God bless you!

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*Patriots of Southeast Michigan Bi-weekly Meeting
Thursday, June 3, 2010            5:30pm
At the Club House at The Orchards, 3600 Townsquare Blvd., Carleton  (just north of the antique mall on the west side of Telegraph, between Will Carleton Rd. and Carleton-Rockwood Rd. ).  All welcome! 
Meetings usually held on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month. 
Gubernatorial candidate Mike Cox & Michigan Constitutional Convention Debate
Monday, June 7, 2010             7pm to 8:30pm

The Plymouth Cultural Center, 525 Farmer Street, Plymouth, MI  48170
Discussion of the pros and cons of a Michigan constitutional convention, which will be on the November ballot.    Henry S. Woloson will be the “pro” presenter for the constitutional convention, and State Representative John Walsh (19th District – Livonia) will present the “con” side of the issue.
For more information about the constitutional convention, see http://mivote.org/videos/1132/constitutional-convention-debate   and http://www.mackinac.org/12509
Lori Levi (running for District 21 State Representative) and gubernatorial candidate Mike Cox will also be speaking.
Sponsored by Rattle With Us  


Judi McLeod, Publisher and Editor of the Canada Free Press, speaking about Freedom of the Press
June 8, 2010

at Pasquale’s, 31555 Woodward Ave., Royal Oak, MI  48073
Sponsored by the Southeast Michigan 9.12 Project (a Tea Party)
Admission:  $21.00/Ticket. Includes Dinner. Cash Bar.  Limited Seating
Contact Steve Ross  

Combined Michigan Tea Party Groups Big July 24th Event
Saturday, July 24, 2010          1pm to 5pm

Eaton County Fair Grounds, 1025 S. Cochran Avenue, Charlotte, MI 48813
Save the date!  More information soon. 
Sponsored by Michigan Tea Party Alliance 
http://www.michiganteapartyalliance.com/   and member patriot/ tea party groups

Petition to place Michigan Citizens Healthcare Freedom Amendment on the November 2010 ballot

The objective is to place on the November ballot a referendum to amend the State Constitution to fight back against the Washington health care takeover.  For a summary or full language of the amendment, see
Needed: 380,000 signatures by June 26, 2010.  Four weeks left!
Petitions available to sign at all Patriots of SE MI events or contact:
Monroe County Coordinator: Warren Davis  wrdavis1@riverraisinpatriots.org    
Wayne County Coordinator: Wayne County Taxpayers Association 
To obtain petition forms, see 


You Cut
YouCut - a first-of-its-kind project – is designed to defeat the permissive culture of runaway spending in Congress. It allows you to vote, both online and on your cell phone, on spending cuts that you want to see the House enact.


America Speaking Out
This site was developed as part of an official effort to increase the dialogue between Americans and their Congress. Here, Americans are provided a new platform to share their priorities and ideas for a national policy agenda. As Republicans, we are committed to our principles of limited, more accountable government; economic freedom; lower taxes; fiscal responsibility; protecting life, American values, and the Constitution; and providing for strong national security. This is an open forum, however, where all Americans are welcome to respectfully offer their opinions, regardless of party affiliation and whether we endorse them or not. It is our hope the active engagement of the American people will produce a robust debate that will aid in the construction of a new American agenda.


Sign the Petition to Condemn Pro-Genocide Hate Speech
by David Swindle          May 20, 2010


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