OMAK A dozen people turned out last Thursday to hear Kris Anne Hall present The Genealogy of the Constitution at the invitation of the Okanogan County Tea Party and Republican Liberty Caucus.
The program focused on history and foundational documents of the liberty in the U.S.
“It was both an enjoyable and stimulating learning experience,” the “Tea Party Platter” newsletter said of the program.
A U.S. Army veteran, Hall is the author of several books, including “The Path to Restoring America.”
According to the Tea Party’s Marian McClanahan, the program falls in line with local efforts opposing the Affordable Care Act – dubbed “Obamacare” – and to retain liberties guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.
“Hopefully, you are not discouraged by the outrageous power grabs, broken promises, executive mandates and possibly unintended consequences which are Obamacare,” she said in the newsletter. “It is possible this gargantuan plan will collapse under its own weight without the spilling of a drop of blood. In the meantime there are some exciting signs of healthy push-back developing.”
Born in St. Louis, Mo., Hall has a law degree from University of Florida’s Levin College of Law and lives in North Florida. She has received the Freedom Fighter Award, a Sons of the Revolution Certificate of Achievement and the Congressman James Blair Award.