Noted Conservative to Speak in Northborough on Wednesday, 9/30
In 2014 Don Feder marked his 50th year in the conservative movement.
As the Northborough Tea Party’s Guest Speaker, He will expand on his
most significant experiences and present Lessons for Conservatives –
Fifty Years’ Worth
In the 1960’s Don Feder was a leader of the Young Americans for
Freedom (YAF) campus conservative movement. Later, he became the
first executive director of Citizens for Limited Taxation, executive director
of the Second Amendment Foundation, an editorial writer and columnist
at The Boston Herald, a syndicated columnist, free-lance writer, consultant
and Coalitions Director of the World Congress of Families.
Mr. Feder’s remarks will focus on:
Core Conservative Values – Family, Faith and Freedom
National Identity – Language, Culture and Borders
Private Property and the Free Market
Is There a Conservative Foreign Policy?
The Difference Between Conservatives and Libertarians
The Differences Between Conservatism and the Republican Party
Day/Date/Time – Wednesday, September 30, 2015, 7:00 p.m.
Place – Northborough Free Library, 34 Main Street.
Admission – Free. with a special invitation to high school students
Sponsor – Northborough Tea Party.
Spread the Word – Please pass this along to family and friends.
Encourage them to attend, asking them to do likewise with folks in
their networks. Phone calls are, by far, the best way to invite.
IMPORTANT – RSVP, Please – In order to provide the most comfortable
seating arrangement,It is very helpful if we know in advance about how
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Alternate Parking – Free parking is also available directly across Main
Street (Route 20) at the Trinity Church, 23 Main Street, around back.
Information – firstname.lastname@example.org or 508.393.2044