FOR RELEASE - Sunday, July 20, 2014
PCTEA Monthly Meeting Wednesday to focus on
Newly Discovered Effect of Federal Reserve Actions on Job Growth
Kent, Ohio - The Portage County TEA Party announced today that Jack Boyle, co-founder of Ohio based "Put Growth First", will be it's featured speaker at the groups monthly meeting this Wednesday, July 23, 2014. The meeting will be held at the Maplewood Career Center at 7075 State Route 88 just North of Ravenna and will begin at 7:00 PM and is open to the public. Boyle's presentation will focus on a new discovered negative effect of actions by the Federal Reserve on job growth, which he and his co-founder Rich Laurie discovered through extensive statistical analysis. The group has been making the rounds in Washington to bring this new information to the attention of key lawmakers and has been getting a lot of attention from both elected officials and economic think tanks. Boyle's presentation to the citizens of Portage County will be one of the first public presentations on this eye opening topic that the group has given. Admission is free and refreshments will be served.
The TEA Party is not a political party but a grassroots cultural movement. The movement is educating American citizens about the Constitution and the uniquely American form of self-governance that has made our country so successful. Through this education, the movement is attempting to re-define what it means to be an American citizen, by encouraging individual to vote, to run for office and to attend government meeting in their area so that they can participate in their self governance. The acronym TEA stands for Totally Engaged Americans.