January 22, 2017: Let’s drain our New Jersey swamp!

Please use convenient PayPal button on our LibertyAndProsperity.org home page.? Or bring your check to any Saturday breakfast meeting. ? Or send it to our Somers Point, NJ office at address below. ?Thanks.

Lots of new posts on our website and
Liberty and Prosperity Facebook page.

For the history and detail on how and why we must repudiate (refuse to pay) state government debts not approved by voters in violation of NJ State Constitution, visit RepudiateNJ.com.

The next few months are very ?important.?? A Republican President and majority in Congress now have a second chance to reverse 28 years of federal government failures that weakened and divided America.

We also have another chance to fix New Jersey. ?In just a few months, we will nominate and elect a new Governor, all 40 State Senators, all 80 State Assembly members, and a Mayor of Atlantic City.

We can and must affect the outcome–but deadlines are quickly approaching.

The primary elections for both major parties are on June 6. ? Nominating petitions must be filed by April 3. ? ?Serious candidates must start working now.

Meet us for breakfast discussions 9:30 am any Saturday at the Shore Diner, by Parkway Exit 36 Northfield/Egg Harbor Township. ?We do much more than talk. ? We identify the most important problems and issues and work out liberty-based solutions. ? We also discuss practical ways to win public support–and elections. ? There is no obligation to attend–other then to support America’s exceptional culture and government of liberty and limited constitutional government (or a good faith desire to learn why they deserve your support)–and to buy your own breakfast off the menu and tip your server.

Please share your views with us online.? ?Visit our LibertyAndProsperity.org website, our ?Liberty and Prosperity? Facebook page and our “Liberty and Prosperity” Facebook group. ? ?Please forward this email and invite your friends to “like”, “share”, and “comment” on our Facebook page and posts and to join our Facebook group. ? This helps us reach more people without spending money. ? Thanks.

Please make a financial contribution .? Our messages “reach” roughly 30,000 people in and around New Jersey each month. ?However, we spend roughly $1,500 each month to do it. ? Help us continue by paying $30 non-voting member dues for 2017 this month.? Or be a full voting member for $60.?? We also invite you to? support our yearly ?Washington-Lincoln fundraising reception at 1pm on Sunday, February 26.

This year’s Fundraising Reception will be at the Irish Pub, 164 ?St. James Place by the Boardwalk in Atlantic City.?? Our guest speaker will be Jack Ciattarelli, Republican Assemblyman and candidate for Governor.?? We depend on this event for roughly two thirds of our yearly budget.? Please pay online through our PayPal button at www.LibertyAndProsperity.org.? Or send your check payable to Liberty And Prosperity to our office at 453 Shore Road, Somers Point, NJ? 08244.?? Or bring your check to any Saturday breakfast at the Shore Diner.?? LibertyAndProsperity.org is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) education organization.?? All donations to us are tax-deductible and confidential.? Thank you.

“The Constitution is the Solution” lecture series in Somers Point, NJ this Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 7 pm at Point Diner. ?This month is Part 3 of the 6 Part ?video presentation and live discussion entitled: ?”Constitutional Economics & Money”. ? Details are posted on the “Events” section of LibertyAndProsperity.org. ? ?The materials and content of this thorough and objective presentation are supplied by ?one of our members, Steve Jones of Atlantic County and JBS.org (The John Birch Society).

Respectfully submitted,
Seth Grossman, Executive Director
(609) 927-7333


  • Seth Grossman

    Seth Grossman is executive director of Liberty And Prosperity, which he co-founded in 2003. It promotes American liberty and limited constitutional government through weekly radio and in-person discussions, its website, email newsletters and various events. Seth Grossman is also a general practice lawyer.

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