Press Release: Please make plans to join us Thursday, March 20th for this month’s Business & Professional Luncheon, hosted by the Texarkana B&P chapter of the John Birch Society. Our speaker this month is the president of Texas Eagle Forum, Cathie Adams.
Her topic is: The Free Trade Agenda: A Danger to America’s Freedoms and Prosperity.
In addition to the President of Texas Eagle Forum, Cathie serves as the International Issues Chairman for Eagle Forum and on the board of the national Eagle Forum. She was elected Republican National Committeewoman for Texas in 2008 and stepped down after being elected Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas from 2009-2010.
Most recently, Cathie has been observing the United Nations design their Green Climate Fund. As an observer of major UN conferences since 1995, Cathie enjoys telling about her experiences. She attended the Women’s Conference in Beijing, China; the Housing Summit in Istanbul, Turkey; the Food Summit in Rome, Italy; and a number of Climate Change meetings in Kyoto, Japan; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Bonn, Germany; The Hague, Netherlands; Poznan, Poland; Cancun, Mexico; Durban, South Africa; Doha, Qatar; and Warsaw, Poland.
Over the years Eagle Forum and The John Birch Society have fought shoulder-to-shoulder on issues like opposing the so-called Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), opposition against a Constitutional Convention (Con-Con), seeking to block the North American Union, and fighting job-destroying and sovereignty-compromising “free trade pacts,” e.g. NAFTA, CAFTA, et al. In this talk she will deal mostly with the unconstitutional Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and the dangerous Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership (TTP) and the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP), and what we can do to stop them.
11:30 – Noon: Registration, Networking
Noon – 1PM: Lunch, Program
1PM – 1:30: Q&A, Networking
Cost: $10 for the program. Lunch is additional – whatever you choose to order (Lunch menu-PDF).
We look forward to seeing you there!
The great rule of conduct for us, in regard to foreign nations, is in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connection as possible.