FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — February 17, 2009
CONTACT: Chris Simcox (480) 652-1638 MINUTEMAN PRESIDENT CHRIS SIMCOX TO KEYNOTE CALIFORNIA SYMPOSIUM ON BORDER SECURITY AND NEEDS OF AG EMPLOYERS
SANTA MARIA, CA— A Symposium will be held titled "Government Failure - Illegal Immigration – jobs - Does the Rule of Law Matter?" The symposium is being hosted by the Central Coast Chapter of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps and welcomes several distinguished guest speakers to the Santa Maria Inn on February 19. Speakers who will be offering expertise include Ted Hilton of Taxpayer Revolution, Tony Dolz, MCDC Director of greater Los Angeles chapter, William Gheen of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, and Chris Simcox, President and National Spokesman for the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps.
Invited speakers will address common concerns being voiced by local citizens who believe they''''ve been abandoned by their elected officials and want to reach solutions where government has failed. Citizens are increasingly concerned that laws do not apply consistently to all people in the country. Concerns include high traffic accident rates due to unlicensed drivers, impacts of criminal illegal alien prison populations, the threat and cost to law enforcement, local, county, state and federal courts, and the need to increase current support for strong enforcement of legislation aimed at reducing illegal immigration. Conference Location Directions Select Here
Sponsored By Central Coast Chapter Minuteman Civil Defense Corps
Minuteman Civil Defense Corps (MCDC), with chapters in nearly every US state, has aided the US Border Patrol in the apprehension of thousands of would-be illegal immigrants during its 5 years of border watches.
The Minuteman Civil Defense Corps (MCDC) is a 501c4 nonprofit organization. The Central Coast Chapter operates under the umbrella of National MCDC. Citizens interested in learning more about our organization and membership should visit http://MinutemanHQ.com or email the chapter directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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