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On June 28th, 2016, I spoke at the Greater Greensboro Republican Women's Club (GGRWC).  
On July 11th, 2016, I spoke at the Guilford County GOP meeting.  At both meetings, I discussed: 1) Sharia Law source documents; 2) How Sharia stands in direct opposition to the Constitution; 3) How the Orlando killer was following Sharia Law; 4) How the migrant flow is bringing Sharia Law to the US; and 5) Where we stand on refugees in the Greensboro area.  I went into more specific details about the refugee resettlement process as it impacts Greensboro, High Point, and Winston-Salem at the Guilford County GOP meeting.  
The slides from the July 11th presentation, with links to referenced information, are available here in PDF format.
The slides from the June 28th presentation are available here in PDF format.
Both presentations are available in PowerPoint or Keynote versions upon request.

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ACT! for America Meeting Notes

Meeting notes and other important documents from our Fayetteville Chapter Meetings:

2013 Meetings

2014 Meetings

2015 Meetings

Foundational Documents

Important documents and slide shows providing information on Sharia and Political Islam

Foundational Documents

ISIS' Dabiq and AQAP's Inspire magazines


Illegal Immigration

Some information on illegal immigration and the threat we face from open borders.

Illegal Immigration

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