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  • Mike Lotus Speaking About America 3.0 at the Chicago Tea Party, November 20, 2013

    Posted by Lexington Green on November 18th, 2013 (All posts by )

    I will be speaking about America 3.0 on November 20, 2013 at a meeting of the Chicago Tea Party.

    The meeting is at the Ugly Step Sister Art Gallery, 1750 S. Union Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60616 at 7:00 p.m.

    The Chicago Tea Party announcement reads as follows:

    Our second speaker will be long-time Chicago Tea Party member Mike Lotus. Mike will speak about his new book, America 3.0: Rebooting American Prosperity in the 21st Century-Why America’s Greatest Days Are Yet to Come. America 3.0 explains why the post-industrial, networked, decentralized society we are going to build does not need Big Government anymore. America 3.0 explains that the current crisis we are going through is not the end of America, but a transition period. What is ending is the 20th Century welfare state. America 3.0 explains why technology and our underlying culture are going to help us make a successful transition to a free and prosperous future. Mike will speak about the critical importance of the Tea Party in the fundamental political changes that we are going to have to make. These are indeed revolutionary times. Whether we like it or not, we are part of a new founding generation. Be strong, it’s going to be hard. Be happy, it’s going to be great.

    I am pleased to have this opportunity to speak to my friends in the Chicago Tea Party.

    Remember the three Tea Party principles: Fiscal Responsibility, Limited Government, Free Markets.

    That’s what it’s all about.

    Our distinguished FIRST speaker will be Doug Truax:

    Doug Truax is a candidate for United States Senate, running in the Republican Primary in March 2014 and then taking on Dick Durbin in November 2014. He’s 43, he’s been married to Nicole for 21 years, they have three teen-agers, and live in Downers Grove in Dupage County.
    Doug went to West Point, was active duty Army for six years, he attended Ranger and Airborne school, was a platoon leader and aide to a general, and then left the Army as a Captain.
    He then went on to executive management at one of the country’s largest commercial insurance brokerage and consulting firms. After over 10 years in Corporate America, Doug went out on his own. He co-founded and is Managing Partner of a very successful employee benefit brokerage and consulting firm that helps companies control their medical insurance costs.
    He knows and understands Obamacare and knows what we need to do to fix the Healthcare System in this country.
    He’s been Chairman of the Board of Almost Home Kids in Naperville and Chicago and is Vice Chairman of the Board at CareNet of Dupage, a crisis pregnancy center.

    I look forward to hearing Doug speak about his plans to capture the nomination, defeat Dick Durbin then take on the monster on the Potomac!


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