Thursday, January 30, 2014

Freedom of Speech Picnic in Response to San Juan Capistrano’s newspaper ban.

Posted by CotoBlogzz

 Rancho Santa Margarita, CA- Recently, the City of San Juan Capistrano council majority banned newspapers on public property behind closed doors, no less.  

Dr. Gina Loudon

In response, the Orange County Coalition For 
Freedom of Speech is presenting an Orange 
County Free Speech Picnic to be held Saturday, 
February 8, 2014 from Noon – 3 p.m. at the C.  Russell Cook Park, 28202 Calle Arroyo, San Juan 
Capistrano 92675 - On the softball fields at the 
corner of La Novia Ave and Calle Arroyo

The keynote speaker is author, anchor, columnist, 
show host and Fox News commentator, Dr. Gina Loudon.

The event will also feature television  writer/producer turned conservative activist Evan  Sayet, Walter Myers III, one of OC’s leading  Bloggers & political philosophers, John Oetken, a dynamic leader of Oathkeepers, John Webb, businessman, patriot former Tea Party candidate for Congress and Karen Siegemund, founder of Rage Against the Media

Evan Sayet

Councilwoman Pauly

The Mistress of Ceremonies is  Councilwoman 
Deborah Pauly, Talk Show Host, Conservative 
Activist, Air Force Veteran, wife, mother, and self-
described whip-wielding,  servant of the Lord

The event is described as fun-filled,  patriotic community event with music and inspirational speakers.

Free speech is one of the most dearly held of our 1st Amendment rights. Unfortunately, it is
being threatened in many ways across the country, not just in the City of San Juan Capistrano..  Consider the outrage generated by an amendment to  the Free Flow of Information Act by California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein,  whose definition of a journalist would limit those receiving the legal protection.  Texas Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn were joined by Sens. Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Mike Lee of Utah and Jeff Flake of Arizona in voting against the bill in the Judiciary Committee.

Cruz took issue with the government having a role at all, saying by allowing the government to define journalists, corporate-owned media organizations would be favored over "citizen bloggers."

Bring your picnic lunch and lawn chairs

Bring your friends and family to enjoy an afternoon with like-minded Patriots!

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