Letters 5 – 8 – 2012

Kudos to “Open Letter” 

Great letter Linda. How very unlike the Vermont style. There are many in this State who “eat for free”, entitled people who are not humble. Where ethics are swapped for entitlements, there is no dignity or shame.

The creation of entitlements has erased the stigma associated with taking charity and has neutralized the humility associated with the acceptance of unearned benefits . Notwithstanding, the LBJ “Great Society” entitlements which were supposed to have eliminated poverty in America they have not done so in 50 years. They have instead indirectly promoted and dignified the pursuit of couch-potato lifestyles of parasites who leech from the public purse. It is time to reverse course. The cure for our country’s economic problems will only come about by the exercise of a politically incorrect but natural stimulus – it is the stimulus of need.

Ernest Herz


Notes and Events

Tuesday May 8: Vermont’s Digital Future Conference. This conference will start at 9:00am and be an all day conference held at Champlain College in Burlington. It costs only $40, which includes all sessions, lunch, and reception. Student rate is $15. Register today at: evermontconference.org.

Wednesday May 9: A Tale of Two Futures.  Burlington, Vermont: Come enjoy an interesting and lively discussion entitled, “A Tale of Two Futures… Leading Vermont to Prosperity”, given by Vermonters for Economic Health. The Event will take place on Wednesday, May 9th from 6:30-8:00 at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington. Speakers for the Event are Tom Licata, President of Vermonters for Economic Health, and Robert Maynard, Treasurer of Vermonters for Economic Health.   Contact: Tom Licata, President  Phone: 658-8624

Saturday July 7 to Friday July 13: Camp Constitution Announces its 2012 Family Camp in Rindge, NH

This year’s camp promises to be its most well attended in the camp’s history. Featured instructors include Dr. Mike Coffman, author Jim Perloff, , motivational speaker and author Earl Wallace, Pastor Garrett Lear, “The Patriot Pastor, “New American” writer and talk show host, Tom Eddlem, author Mrs. Sally Humphries, historian Tom Moor, amd the Rev. Steve Craft.

The camp will hold a number of classes including “America’s Godly Heritage, several regarding the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution, Agenda 21 and the U.N., Creation vs. Evolution, The Moral American, The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, The Shadows of Power: The Council on Foreign Relations and the American Decline, More Than a Right, and “The 10 Commandments, and Leadership”

In addition to the classes, campers and staff will visit historic Concord, MA, the Louisa May Alcott House, and the Franklin Pierce House, a hike up Mt. Monadnock and a community outreach where campers distribute copies of the U.S. Constitution to people in the neighboring towns.

Recreational opportunities include swimming, volleyball, basketball, wiffleball, an indoor roch climbing wall, and chess tournaments.

For information on the camp please visit our web site www.campconstitution.net or vist us on facebook For a promotional brochure visit our scribe.com page:http://www.scribd.com/doc/61101973/Camp-Constitution-2012-Promotional-Brochure

View us on Youtube www.youtube.com/campconstitution and Vimeohttp://vimeo/com/user5075075/videos for videos of classes, activities and camp testimonials. If you would like to become a camp sponsor and have your business listed on our web site, would like hard copies of the 2012 Constitution Camp brochure or have questions, please call the camp manager, Mr. Charles Everett (704) 288-7270 or E-mail halleckeverett@gmail.com



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