Alex Gimenez and Ron Freeman address the United Tea Party of Georgia at Central Park, 2300 Keith Bridge Road in Cumming, Georgia on Monday, March 14, 2016.
00:00 United Tea Party of Georgia
01:59 David Hancock, chairman @UTPGA, starts the meeting
02:18 Prayer by Dr. Russell Bean
03:14 Pledge of Allegiance led by veteran
04:16 Raffle by Trilby Leech
05:58 Meg Norris, former English teacher from Hall County
co-authored Senate Bill 355, the “Student/Teacher Protection Act”
The story behind an unexpected Georgia anti-testing bill, by Ty Tagami for AJC
08:31 The Red Book: Georgia’s Sunshine Laws, A Citizen’s Guide to Open Government
09:08 Alex Gimenez presents “Cuba’s Plantation Economy”
Alex Gimenez, the American born son of Cuban and Argentine refugees who fled communist Cuba in 1961 will bring us a very timely and shocking update on what life is really like in Cuba. As the current administration seeks to spread the Cuban propaganda, Mr. Gimenez is one of the few voices who speaks the truth and will tell us what is really motivating the renewed interest. With first-hand photos, documents and accounts he traces the history of the Communist terror in the past and documents the reality that still exists inside Cuba — a reality hidden by the Cuban regime, and ignored by the US media and special interests pressuring for investing in Cuba.
You may think you know something about this very strategic country just off our southern coast, but what you learn in this presentation will cause you to rethink our growing coziness with the Castro regime.
Alex is a 30-year veteran of corporate America and has held a variety of senior business development positions in Fortune 50 companies. Alex Gimenez, the son of Cuban immigrants, and a life long Republican.
56:17 David Hancock introduces Ron Freeman, candidate for Sheriff of Forsyth County, Georgia
57:19 Ron Freeman explains the powers of a Sheriff
Ron Freeman, one of the candidates for Sheriff of Forsyth County, will be one of our speakers. A graduate of the FBI National Academy and the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College, Ron has been in law enforcement for almost 30 years. You may think the difference between a Sheriff and a police officer is just a matter of jurisdiction, but the fact that a Sheriff is elected means he works for you instead of some municipality. Among other topics, Ron will be discussing:
- • The difference between police and Sheriff
• Powers of a Sheriff
• What is a deputy, how are they authorized, for how long, etc.
• What he would do in the face of a crisis, when, perhaps, federal or state government wanted to confiscate guns and/or impose martial law
• What are the biggest problems in the Cumming/Forsyth County area
1:25:39 Citizen journalist Nydia Tisdale
Meet Ron Freeman, candidate for Sheriff, Forsyth County
Cumming Tea Party Meeting
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