The Romeo Area Tea Party Presents:

Suzanne Anglewicz
Midwest Field Coordinator –
National Rifle Association (NRA)
National Rifle Association

              When: Monday, July 13th, 2015

             Where: The Palazzo Grande
54660 Van Dyke, Shelby Twp., MI
(South of 25 Mile, east side of Van Dyke)

               Time: 7 p.m.

Suzanne Anglewicz currently works as the Midwest Field Coordinator for NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action covering Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. She also serves as a Staff Attorney for NRA-ILA and previously served as the Manager of Political & Legislative Activities and Legislative Counsel at NRA Headquarters.
Currently, she is working to develop and strengthen NRA’s political and legislative activities at the state level through the creation and implementation of NRA’s programs in support of the Second Amendment. In addition, she coordinates and conducts the Association’s legislative and election workshops, and represents the Association in various public speaking engagements. Suzanne also has extensive political experience working on various local, state, and federal campaigns nationwide.
Suzanne attended Michigan State University earning a Bachelor’s degree in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy and has also received a J.D. from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. She is admitted to both the State of Illinois and Commonwealth of Virginia bars.
Suzanne is an avid shooter, hunter, and Lifetime member of The National Rifle Association, and has been an employee at NRA since December 2005.

• History & Mission of the National Rifle Association
• Current Debate on Gun Control
• Federal & State Legislative Priorities
• Preparations for the 2016 Election Cycle

RATP Monthly Meeting
When: Monday March 9, 2015 7PM
Where: Palazzo Grande
 54660 Van Dyke, Shelby Twp.

“The Meat of the May Sales Tax Proposal”

James M. Hohman is the Assistant Director of Fiscal Policy for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. He has written studies on the Protect our Jobs Initiative, Michigan’s pension funds, state emergency manager laws, school support service privatization and subsidies for the Chevy Volt.  His work has appeared in the Detroit News, the Detroit Free Press, the Wall Street Journal and, most likely, your local paper a handful of times.He holds a degree in economics from Northwood University.  He has been with the Mackinac Center since 2002.

 Romeo Area Tea Party

When: Wed Nov 19th @ 7PM
Where: Washington Township Hall/Senior Center 

57900 Van Dyke, Washington Twp.
(park in the south lot and enter in the south entrance)

****This event is free and open to the public****      


About The Arroyo:[Drama]

40 miles north of America’s southern border, nightfall marks the beginning of a mass migration of men and drugs the likes of which the world has never seen. For the ranchers whose acreage is in the path of this exodus, the horror of finding the dead bodies, raped women, and destroyed property is second only to the feeling of betrayal by a government that is happy to take their money, but not to guard their rights and land. Jim Weatherford has taken horror and betrayal alike in stride, but there are some things a man simply cannot abide, and some lines that must be defended. as they were called, found themselves in a race against time to avoid the destruction of 1000 years of culture, they would risk their lives to protect and defend mankind’s greatest achievements.

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