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Notes from CPAC 2018 - Conservatism going forward - GBTP Boston
Patrick (and others) are attending CPAC (Conservative Political Action Conference 2018. This is put on yearly by the American Conservative Union (ACU) and is considered the largest gathering of conservative political activists in the country. We will discuss CPAC, and how things are going in the run up to the midterm elections in 2018. The budget process, which has disappointed many, will continue to evolve and we will be discussing its nuances. PLUS - We will be discussing the most meaningful races in Massachusetts in 2018. All the Massachusetts Constitutional officers are up for re-election (Governor, AG, SoS, etc). And Elizabeth Warren is up for re-election, and faces a number of Republican opponents. ———————————————- Traditional Boston Meeting notes: We will again have a social hour at 6:30 pm and have the meeting begin at 7:30 pm. Parking – from Parkopedia. It appears the Dalton Street garage is the best value, with a flat rate of $15 in the evening. Note the green lines denote on-street parking. You need to go to a meter pay station to get slip for your car – pay up to 8 pm. Parkopedia: ( NOTE: As always with Boston parking, things are subject to change. Special events will cause parking lots to hike their prices, and we do not check in advance to see if there are any such occurrences coming up.

Lir Irish Pub & Restaurant

903 Boylston Street · Boston, MA

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If you are interested in coordinating this event and/or already are coordinating it via another site such as Facebook please contact me and I will make you a MeetUp organizer immediately. Thanks! The Boston Tea Party was an act of direct protest by American Colonists demanding representation in the British Government. They became known as the original patriots. The New Boston Tea Party of 2009 and Tea Parties all across America will reinvigorate that American and Patriotic spirit; one that demands respect for individual rights and property. As the bailouts spiral out of control, we are forced to fund failed banks. With foreclosures on the rise, we are made the collateral of reckless spending. And, when the bills come due, the IRS knocks on the door of “self-responsibility”. ENOUGH! America is the land of opportunity. To succeed AND to Fail. Without consequences, what is our incentive to learn? What is our incentive to produce? On July 4, 2009, those that ask nothing from the government but the protection of our inalienable right to succeed, will gather in many cities across this great nation in an historic act of direct protest.

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