Skip to comments.Writer Steve Peacock to Address Ocean County (NJ) Citizens for Freedom Group
Posted on 08/19/2012 8:05:23 AM PDT by Steve Peacock
This coming Thursday (Aug. 23) journalist Steve Peacock will appear as one of the guest speakers at the monthly open meeting of Ocean County Citizens for Freedom, a grassroots Tea Party group here on the New Jersey Shore. He will discuss his foreign aid-related research that he has published as an investigative reporter, particularly his recent findings via U.S. Trade & Aid Monitor as well as at WND, The Revered Review, and Patriot Update. Among issues to be explored will be the refusal of Congress members to relinquish tainted campaign contributions from the political action committee of HSBC, the disgraced bank busted by the U.S. Senate for laundering money from Mexican drug lords and terrorist affiliates.
Time permitting, he also will share an uplifting experience he had as a concerned citizen investigating the Ocean County Board of Freeholders -- an investigation that led both to frustrations as well as well as successes, notably in the area of opening up job opportunities at the Ocean County Security Department for non-politically connected citizens.
New Jersey 2nd Amendment Society (NJ2AS) President Frank Jack Fiamingo will precede him on stage that night.
The event will be held at Jimmy C's, a restaurant and club located at 17 Washington Street, Toms River, NJ. The first speaker will have the floor beginning 7 pm, so get there early. The event is open to the public. If coming, consider letting the organizers know via .MeetUp
Good luck with that and don’t drink any beverages you didn’t pour yourself.
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