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Central Wisconsin TEA Party Rally This Saturday


April 10, 2012
For Immediate Release

Central Wisconsin TEA Party
Holds Rally

The central Wisconsin TEA Party of Marshfield is holding its third Spring Rally on Saturday, April 21, at the Someplace Else Bar and Grill in Marshfield.  An outstanding lineup of speakers is scheduled to address the rally, including Kim Simac, a Wisconsin pioneer TEA Party activist and children’s author.  Kim has appeared at numerous rallies and on radio and TV broadcasts, explaining the need for citizen activism in these critical times.  She is speaking at the statewide Tax Day Rally in Madison on April 14, and brings a sense of urgency to the task of turning this country around and restoring limited government under the Constitution.
Also appearing will be Pat Snyder, local conservative talk radio host from WSAU.  Pat will turn his expertise to the question of the do-nothing Congress  and the true cause of gridlock in Washington.

Also appearing at the rally are:
            Karen Schroder of Advocates for Academic Freedom to discuss the corruption of the curricula in our schools and colleges.
            Oliver Burrows, host of the weekly Christian Economic Perspective, to address the Federal Assault on the American Economy and American values.
            Reed Hall, former Executive Director of the Marshfield Clinic, to share his expertise regarding the impact of Obamacare on the Health Care System.
            Pat “Jake” Jacobs, Ph.D., college professor and author, to present the historic and             philosophical basis of the Constitution and its application in today’s world.
The Rally will open its doors at 9am on Saturday, the 21st. and begin at 9:30 am.   It is expected to end around 3:30 pm.  Food and refreshments will be available.

For further information contact Dennis Juncer at 715-384-4466, or  You can also check our website at


"The Central Wisconsin Tea Party of Marshfield is holding its third annual spring rally Saturday at Someplace Else Bar & Grill, M301 Ash St.
Scheduled guest speakers include Kim Simac, a Wisconsin tea party activist and children’s author; Pat Snyder, local conservative talk radio host on WSAU; and former Marshfield Clinic executive director Reed Hall, who will discuss the impact of health care reform, or “Obamacare.”
Other topics will include 'restoring limited government under the Constitution,' congressional gridlock in Washington and how the federal government is impacting the economy and American values, according to a news release.
Doors open at 9 a.m., and the rally begins at 9:30 a.m. The event is expected to end at about 3:30 p.m. Food and refreshments will be available. For more information, call Dennis Juncer at 715-384-4466, or log on to" ~ Marshfield News-Herald

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