MassResistance banquet set for January 31. An outstanding evening you won't want to miss!
Start 2009 by fighting back!
On Saturday evening, January 31, 2009, MassResistance is having one of its most powerful banquets ever. We will have (a) three incredible speakers, (b) a great dinner, and (c) we'll unveil our plans for winning the culture war in the Massachusetts State House. Given the critical times we're in right now, you definitely won't want to miss this.
Our speakers are:
1. FEATURED SPEAKER: Former Congressman Steve Stockman (R-Texas). Cong. Stockman was a conservative leader in the legendary "revolutionary freshman class" of the 104th Congress that forced unprecedented reform in the US House of Representatives. (See bio below.)
Congressman Stockman will speak on "Why MassResistance is the model for the future of the conservative movement." (He believes so strongly in what we're doing that he is waiving his speaking fee to come and address our banquet.)
2. Dr. Scott Lively, author of The Pink Swastika, 7 Steps to Recruit-Proof Your Child, The Poisoned Stream, and other books. (He gave an incredible speech at our last banquet.) He will discuss a very timely topic, "Unmasking Gay-Speak".
3. David Parker, a hero around the country for his courageous (and costly) battle for parents' rights against the homosexual tsunami in the schools. David's topic is directly from his heart: "The fight will continue."
MassResistance Banquet - Don't miss it!
DATE: Saturday evening, January 31, 2009
TIME: 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
PLACE: Holiday Inn, Boxborough, MA
[Location: Holiday Inn Boxborough Woods, 242 Adams Place, near intersection of Rt. 111 (Massachusetts Ave.) & Rt. 495, Boxborough]
$35.00 per person (Same GREAT meal for $5 less than last year!)
$350 for a table of 10
Please RSVP as soon as possible!
By email (Include contact info: Address, phone number, email.)
Checks can be mailed to:
MassResistance, PO Box 1612, Waltham, MA 02454
Credit card payments can be made through our donation page
Congressman Steve Stockman:
A member of the revolutionary freshman class of the 104th Congress (1995-96), Congressman Steve Stockman served on the House Committee on Banking and Financial Services, the House Committee on Science and sub-committee of Energy and the Environment.
During the first 100 days, Steve fought to reduce the size and scope of the federal government, starting with Congress itself. As sponsor of the Drier-Stockman package of opening day reforms, Steve dramatically pared down the hierarchy of the House by eliminating three full house committees, 23 subcommittees and cutting committee staff by one-third. The opening day of Congress Stockman reforms required Congress to operate under the same laws as everyone else has to operate under.
Some of the Awards and Commendations awarded Steve are Taxpayers Best Friend Award by Citizens for Tax Reform; 100 percent rating by the ACU; Taxpayer's Hero Award by Citizens against Government Waste; and Pro-Family Congressman of the year by the American Family Association.
While in Congress Steve Stockman was endorsed, among others, by American Medical Association, United States Chamber of Commerce, Gun Owners of America, National Federation of Independent Businesses, and the National Rifle Association.
After leaving Congress he became vice president of a national bank and later president of a fiber optics company in Houston. He currently serves as a consultant and advisor to various local and national campaigns, and governments around the world. Congressman Stockman trains and manages political operatives here and abroad, shaping the message for victory and success.