Support Us, Support Our Future
February 26, 2015

Support us, support your future. We fight for liberty and educate our fellow citizens.
But we need your help to continue the fight.
If you didn’t give yet, please join us and Fox News contributor/Atlantic County native Alison Howard in Ventnor this Sunday, March 1.
$250 VIP brunch is at 11 am.
Wine and cheese reception for $75 person/$100 couple, 2pm to 4pm.
Both events are at John Battista’s Carisbrooke Inn Bed and Breakfast,
105 South Little Rock Ave., Ventnor, NJ.
Contact (609) 927-7333 or email
You can pay at the door. But please RSVP or pay in advance so we can plan better. Continue reading...

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Admit One — $75
Admit Two — $100
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