Jim Waters to speak at Spencer County Tea Party meeting

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The Spencer County Tea Party will meet at 7 p.m., Thursday, Jan 19, at the Farm Bureau Insurance building, 695 Taylorsville Road (next to Dairy Queen).

Jim Waters, vice president of communications with the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions and columnist for the Bluegrass Beacon, will speak on “Seven Pillars of Freedom.”
“These offer the principles necessary to return our country and commonwealth to those principles our founders believed in so strongly: economic prosperity, individual liberty, personal responsibility and a respect for the lives and properties of others,” according to a news release from the Spencer County Tea Party.
In his presentation, Waters says: “If every government building in Kentucky were emblazoned with these principles, and if every Kentucky legislator would remind themselves of these principles every single day of the General Assembly session, our commonwealth would be freer, much stonger, more prosperous and far-better governed.”
Waters’ columns appear in newspapers across the state, and he has frequent appearances on radio and television programs, including “Kentucky Tonight.”
Waters travels extensively, promoting liberty, free markets and smaller government on media outlets across Kentucky, according to the news release.
“He is in demand as a public speaker,” the news release said.
For information on the local Tea Party contact Rick Devine at 641-2346 or Carol Ferriell at 618-1940.