Don Jans, Acclaimed Author, Speaker, and Expert on Marxism, to Speak on January 15

Don Jans, Author of My Grandchildren's America

Don Jans, Author of My Grandchildren’s America

We’re thrilled to announce that Don Jans,  author, speaker, and expert on Marxism is to be our keynote speaker in January.

Jans believes that, as concerned citizens, we have an obligation to know what the Democrats are up to—especially the progressive Leftists that make up the grassroots of the party. According to Jans’ website, ( we must “understand what Marxism is as well as understand how President Obama, David Axelrod, and Valerie Jarrett are following the recommendations set forth by Marx for Marxism’s implementation.”

Jans says that we cannot remain silent when it comes to proclaiming the truth and protecting our civil society. We must openly express our common belief in self-reliance, individual freedoms, free-market entrepreneurship, and the pursuit of happiness.

Make your reservation today! All of us need to arm ourselves with the facts so we can defeat the Democrats in November 2014.

January 15: 11:00 a.m. Social, 11:30 a.m. Program/Lunch

Grayhawk Golf Club: 8620 East Thompson Peak Parkway, Scottsdale

On the Menu: Chicken Pot Pie, Rolls and Butter, Coffee/Iced Tea, Palo Verde Birthday Cake and Ice Cream

The cost of the luncheon is $25. Checks are preferred but credit cards are accepted.

To make a reservation for our January luncheon, contact Edith Stock by email:, or call her at 480.294.7092 (cell). Please note that reservations are REQUIRED. And a reservation made is a reservation paid!

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