Here is a message from Seth Grossman, former Atlantic County Freeholder and one of the state's most outspoken and indefatigable libertarians. Seth and his organization, Liberty & Prosperity, are taking the battle to Stockton University and signing up the next generation of conservative leaders.
Please help us at Stockton!
Tomorrow and Wednesday, Sep 19 and 20.
Any time between 10 am and 4pm. Meet us at Table #24 at F Wing Atrium (outside library).
We need to talk to students about LibertyAndProsperity.org at Stockton's "Get Involved Fair".
Stockton University spends lots of time and money for students to “get involved” with off-campus “community service agencies”.
Tomorrow, September 19, and Wednesday, September 20, we and 30 other off-campus groups will be at tables set up in the F Wing Atrium (outside library) of the Stockton campus to meet students. We will be there from 10 am to 4pm. We need your help to hand out postcards, bring students to our table, and persuade them to sign up for our email updates and meetings on campus.
Stockton University is by Jimmie Leeds Road in Galloway Township between Exits 41 and 44 of Garden State Parkway.
More than half of the other 30 groups directly or indirectly promote the “democratic socialist”, Obama/Clinton Democrat political agenda.
Some falsely blame “capitalism” and “racism” for poverty and “income inequality” in America. They suggest that those who work hard to live a comfortable, middle-class life should feel guilty about their “white privilege”.
Some demand “safe spaces”, special funding and all sorts of special privileges for certain “politically correct” groups of “victims” who they falsely claim are unfairly treated by a hateful, intolerant, and unjust America.
Other groups falsely blame America for “climate change” and even hurricanes! They promote “green” energy projects that do little or nothing to affect climate, but do a whole lot to kill jobs, triple electric bills, jack-up heating bills, and make Americans miserable and poor.
Although Stockton claims to embrace “diversity”, we are the only group on campus that openly offers students different points of view.
We alone explain how America was “conceived in liberty” on July 4, 1776 when our Declaration of Independence held these truths to be “self-evident”:
“We are all created equal. We are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights. Among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. To secure these rights, governments are instituted among us, exercising their just powers from the consent of the governed”.
We alone explain that although Stockton University displays a giant mural of that Declaration of Independence outside the Campus Center, that mural is designed so that it is nearly impossible to read those self-evident truths.
We agree that America is not perfect. However, we remind Stockton students that when Americans understood and respected our Constitution and those founding principles of liberty, America brought more wealth, opportunity, and justice to more people than any other nation in history. We explain that this is the meaning of New Jersey’s motto “Liberty and Prosperity” since 1776.
We alone point out that earth’s climate has constantly been changing for billions of years. We remind students that half of New Jersey was covered with giant ice sheets until “global warming” began more than 10,000 years ago.
Our goal tomorrow and Wednesday is to persuade 10 Stockton students to sign our Liberty and Prosperity Club roster. If we succeed, we will be recognized as an official Stockton student club. This will give us funding and access to Stockton’s meeting rooms, bulletin boards, and TV monitors.
If you can join us on campus tomorrow or Wednesday, please contact Seth Grossman at email@example.com or (609) 927-7333.
If you cannot be with us on campus this week, please forward this email to any Stockton student you know -- or the family of any student. If you know a student who may be interested, please let us know so we can contact that student.
We also have scholarship and stipend money for students who help us deliver our message on campus.
Thank you for your support.
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