Phoenix in February — Tea Party convention



The average daily temperature in Phoenix in February is a sunny 70 degrees!
Located in the heart of downtown Phoenix, the Phoenix Convention Center is located directly on the Metro Light Rail line and is within walking distance of world-class hotels and restaurants.
The Tea Party movement will be two 
years old in February!  We’ve 
stunned the establishment once,
 imagine what we can do with the 
next 40 years!
Join us February 25-27, 2011 –  
the second anniversary of the 
Nationwide Tea Party Protests.
Help write the first pages of a new 
chapter in American history at the 
American Policy Summit – 
Pathways to Liberty. 
We believe it is every citizen’s duty 
to defend America’s founding principles. 
That’s why one of the Tea Party Patriots’
 goals is to gain the support of 60% of 
American citizens for the three core 
values of Fiscal Responsibility, 
Constitutionally Limited Government, 
and Free Markets. It has taken the country 
a long time to get where we are. Now is the
 time to equip future generations to turn 
things around—to make wise decisions in 
elections, exercise their civic duties, and be 
active and educated about government.
  • Education
  • Politics
  • Judicial
  • Economic
  • Culture
To achieve this goal, we will focus on reforming five key areas in American life, known as the Pathways to Liberty










Who else will be there?
Tea Party Patriots’ American Policy Summit 
will bring together leading experts, scholars, 
and political heavyweights.  We can’t reveal 
the speaker line-up yet, but when you hear 
who will be joining us – you’ll be really glad 
you have a seat. All presentations and break 
out sessions will focus on at least one aspect 
of the Pathways to Liberty. Participants will be 
armed with specific tools to translate rhetoric
 into lasting reform.
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About BruceMajors

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