April 10, 2015—–

Fellow Patriots—

The Pennsylvania Leadership Conference (PLC) on April 17 – 18, is almost here!

Have you signed up yet?

The Constitutional Organization Of Liberty (COOL) will be kicking off the annual conservative conference on Friday morning with a presentation on Article I of the Pennsylvania Constitution! And, as you are aware when COOL makes a presentation, there is always a lot of information and a lot of laughs!

Returning as instructors for this presentation will be State Senator Mike Folmer, COOL Course Instructor Jeff Griffith, and COOL Education Coordinator Louis Petolicchio (who, last year, was compared to comedian Jackie Mason).

And remember, when you register for the PLC via their website, will receive a $10 discount by using promo code “COOL” – which includes admission to all workshops, the conference, the Liberty Dinner on Friday night (with keynote speaker journalist Sharyl Attkinson), the Freedom Breakfast on Saturday morning, and the Leadership Luncheon. And, as always, the PLC will have their ever expanding Exhibit Hall!

Expected guests this year include:
• Conservative stalwart, former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli
• Media Research Center and FOXNews guest Brent Bozell
• Senator Pat Toomey
• Journalists John Fund and John Gizzi
• Congressman Lou Barletta
• Simon Campbell of Pennsylvanian’s for Union Reform

So, what are you waiting? Join us on April 17 and 18 for an engaging an entertaining time! The PLC will be held at the Radisson Penn Harris in Camp Hill, and rooms at the hotel may still be available for out-of-towners.

As always, thank you for your support of the Constitutional Organization Of Liberty!

Mark Thomas

The Constitutional Organization Of Liberty (COOL) is a project of the Alexander Hamilton Institute For Constitutional Studies (AHICS), which is a not for profit, educational organization formed under Section 501(c)3 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Donations to COOL/AHICS are tax-deductible as charitable contributions for US federal income tax purposes.


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