FCTP Mandarin-San Marco-Julington Creek Community Group Meeting

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FCTP Mandarin-San Marco-Julington Creek Community Group Meeting

Time: August 24, 2017 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Location: Mediterrania Restaurant
Street: 3877 Baymeadows Road
City/Town: Jacksonville
Phone: 904-254-2316
Event Type: monthly, fctp, community, group, meeting
Organized By: Hank Heinold
Latest Activity: Aug 7, 2017

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Event Description

Patriots please attend our August 24, 2017 meeting. Note different day - this is the 4th Thursday in August.

Two Speakers:

1) Matt Schellenberg, City Councilman District 6. Update on Budget and other City/County issues.

2) Randy McDaniels, Florida Director of ACT for America, Founder of ACT Jacksonville Chapter. Update on Muslim Brotherhood activities in the US and here locally.


**Never forget the Republican City Council members who voted for the HRO or the deceitful and cowardly Mayor Curry for not vetoing the HRO. Make them stand up 13 votes for the HRO, he showed his true colors. They should be drummed out of the Duval County Republican Executive Committee. They are Liberal Republicans at best without virtue. They will come looking for your support when they run again for whatever office and claim they are conservative Republicans. There is another party for them to join. ** Hank Heinold

Please RSVP to me to ensure adequate seating. Please purchase dinner or beverage/appetizer – required to waive room charge.

Check the website for meetings & events. http://fctpcommunity.org/

SAVE THE DATE: Saturday afternoon, Sep 9th

Dinesh D'Souza, award-winning filmmaker and  best-selling author, will be the keynote speaker at America at a Crossroads with a special Benghazi Tribute marking the 5th anniversary of the Battle of Benghazi.  Featured speakers include Clare Lopez, Senior Fellow at the Center for Security Policy, Roger Aronoff, Editor of Accuracy in Media and founder of the Citizens Commission on Benghazi and Stephanie Jason, expert on Libya and personal friend of the slain Ambassador Chris Stevens. Mr. D'Souza's new book The Big Lie will be on sale and he will be available for book signing after the event.   

This special event will be presented on Saturday afternoon, Sep 9th, at the Hyatt Regency Riverfront, 225 East Coastline Drive in Jacksonville.  The VIP Reception to meet and mingle with guest speakers will be in the Clearwater Room from 1:30 - 2:30PM.  America at a Crossroads opens at 3:00PM in the Grand Ballroom, with the beautiful and touching memorial service with military honors for the Battle of Benghazi heroes slain on September 11, 2012: Ambassador Chris Stevens, US Veteran Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, U S Navy Veteran Navy SEAL Glen Doherty and US Navy Veteran Information Officer Sean Smith.   

Sincerely,   Beth Heath (904) 705-6439           Benghazi Tribute Team    Turning Points in America   Nonprofit Charity 


Great website for holding your elected Congressmen accountable – Conservative Review https://www.conservativereview.com/scorecard 
Ander Crenshaw retires with an F score 29% with Conservative Review, an F score 45% with Club for Growth for 2014 and F score 48% in 2015; and an F score 44% with Heritage Action! He was a conservative fraud and not a principled constitutional Republican. We deserved much better!   From Conservative Review: Initial grading on John Rutherford is an F score 50%. Unbelievable for the 2nd most conservative district in Florida that we have a liberal big government representative.

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