LATP has 3′ x 6′ Banners available for sale! There are 5 different styles of custom banners which are made of heavy outdoor vinyl. Banners are available for only $75 each. Contact Lakesareateaparty@gmail.com to order one – or all of them!
We had a great LATP meeting at Tommy’s Parthenon in Novi on Monday night, September 12th. It was a packed agenda due to the fact that we haven’t met since July. Tonny DeMott gave a wonderful presentation on the True Nature of Politics. Here are the upcoming event announcements that were made throughout our the meeting.
Trump Flash Mobs organized by the Michigan Conservative Coalition’s were a great success with over 3,000 participating in the state wide rallys. The event even got national coverage by Breitbart and the Drudge Report! Due to the success another Flash Mob is planned for September 27th. More details to follow.
Join us at
40380 Grand River Ave, Novi, MI 48375
(note: temporary location for Sept 12 only!)
for our September 12th
Lakes Area Tea Party Meeting!
Enjoy extraordinary food and social time at 6:00 p.m.
Meeting begins at 7:00 p.m.
Frustrated with how many times we call our legislators only to have them vote against our wishes no matter how nice we ask? Unless we as voters understand how the game of politics is really played we will never succeed at stopping out of control government.
Join us at
The Uptown Grille for our
July 11th Lakes Area
Tea Party Meeting!
3100 E West Maple Rd, Commerce Township, MI 48390 (map)
Dinner/social time at 6:00 p.m. Meeting begins at 7:00 p.m.
And the Implications for the U.S. Economy
Presented by David Littmann
In a close referendum last month, voters in the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, setting off financial shock-waves in Europe and around the world. British Prime Minister David Cameron has resigned, while Scotland has renewed calls for another referendum, global stock markets lost nearly $2 trillion in one day, and the British pound is at a 30-year low. Many view the British referendum as commentary not only on economic and immigration trends in the UL, but as a possible forecast of the broader wave of anti-globalization and nationalistic political movements in the U.S. and Europe.