BOSTON EVENT: Pat Caddell — ‘The Press Is The Enemy of The People: Impact On National Security,’ Jan 28/13, 6:15pm

Pat Caddell

“Pat Caddell is coming to Boston to have a conversation with you to explain how you, and all of America, can play a role in changing media malpractice.”

One of the driving forces behind the Israel Truth Week vision is Rabbi Jonathan Hausman of Stoughton, MA near Boston who will be coming back to Canada along with his brother Matthew to speak at the 2013 Israel Truth Week Conference in Hamilton, Ontario on March 5-6.

On Jan 28th Rabbi Hausman’s synagogue will host a dinner and lecture with political strategist and Fox News contributor Pat Caddell as part of the  Hausman Memorial Speaker Series and is sponsored by by Secure America Now.

Mr. Caddell was highly critical of the press coverage associated with the recent US election that saw Barack Obama returned to power and has been quoted as saying, ‘The press is the enemy of the people.’

What should really get you to sit up and pay attention to what he has to say is that Pat was a political strategist for Democrat campaigns from Jimmy Carter to Joe Biden!

WHEN: Jan 28, 2013

A. Public Presentation: 7:30pm, $20 in advance, $25 at the door.
Where: Ahavath Torah Congregation, 1179 Central Street, Stoughton, MA 02072

Presented by SECURE AMERICA NOW. Purchase Tickets here. B. Private Dinner: 6:15pm, $250 per person for seating with Pat Caddell, $125 for general seating. “At this private dinner, Mr Caddell will speak to you, one-on-one and answer all your questions. He is an electrifying speaker — do not miss this opportunity to meet up close and personal with one of our nation’s “truth tellers.””

Dinner tickets require advance purchase. Please contact Rabbi Jonathan Hausman at RabbiJ@ATorah.org to reserve your spot.

POSTED BY:Mark Vandermaas
Israel Truth Week

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