Our Next meeting will be on Sept 25th at 7pm at the Clermont Community Center. We have Daniel Webster and Leslie Campione.

Do you know the real story about ISIL. 

This 100-year-old agreement tells you everything you need to know about the ISIL end game
It’s the struggle of all struggles, the ultimate quagmire, an abyss of hate and death. Palestinians and Israelis, will it ever end? The answer can be found in one simple word, a word that will lead us to the end by taking us back to the beginning. On Thursday’s Glenn Beck Program, he explored the only question that matters: Why? Watch highlights from the episode HERE.

Where do they stand and What will they say when confronted with these issues at our next meeting? Will they be open and direct? I think the answer is yes. I am expecting that we will leave this event wiser than when we came. We will be delving into issues at the federal level when our Congressman, Mr. Dan Webster makes his presentation and local issues when Ms. Leslie Campione of the Lake County Board of Commissioners makes hers. They will be covering subjects of high importance to every Lake County voter. To give you a sample:

   From Congressman Webster we want to know: When is the GOP going to stand up to Team Obama? How much destruction is the GOP willing to accept before they take REAL action? How should we address ISIS?

   From Commissioner Campione we want to know: What is her position on impact fees for capital expenditures? How will a millage rate increase affect the 1 cent sales tax that is up for renewal in 2016? We also want her to explain the new trash contract issues and the budgetary process for 2014 and any differences from previous years.

   There will be other topics covered as well, and questions breed questions so the meeting should be lively as well as informative.

    If you are concerned about the value of your vote, and the value of the dollars in your wallet, you will find plenty to be interested in at this function. We need educated voters now more than ever. We want you to be one of them.

   We wish that hunger, especially in our own area, was an abstraction. Unfortunately it is not. For this reason the South Lake 912 Project has been collecting non-perishable food items that are then distributed to local families in need. Please, when you attend our meeting bring in a food item suitable for this program. Thank You!

The 7 National Crimes

  1. I don’t think
  2. I don’t know
  3. I don’t care
  4. I am too busy
  5. I leave well enough alone
  6. I have no time to read and find out
  7. I am not interested.

Think about these. How many do we do everyday and think nothing of it. Maybe we need to wake up and realize what is happening around us.

In support of "Back to School is Cool" a wonderful program helping our kids in Lake County, a group of your Southlake 912 patriots delivered to all of the Southlake schools much needed supplies in support of the start of the 2013 School Year.