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As people of faith, we are taught to cherish our religious freedom and liberty and praise HaShem, our all-mighty G-D! Now, more than ever we are witnessing these cherished freedoms be silenced, cancelled, stomped out and virtually eliminated. It is up to each of us as G-D fearing Americans to do our part to protect our religious freedoms and liberties and put an end to the onslaught we're experiencing! 

Join Dallas Jewish Conservatives, First Liberty Institute, Star Patriots and Hispanic Republicans of N. Texas on Thursday, August 12th, where we will hear from Christians Engaged PresidentBunni Pounds & Congregation Toras Chaim'sRabbi Yaakov Rich who will share their incredible stories of how their religious freedoms and liberties were attacked and infringed upon, and how they overcame extraordinary obstacles and challenges brought on by the local, state and federal government and the IRS and WON!

We will also be joined by First Liberty Institute's Director of Public Affairs, Lathan Watts who will share with us what is being done from a legal and constitutional standpoint to protect our religious freedoms, and how each of us can play a role in confronting and solving these serious religious impediments facing our fellow Americans today!

Finally, we will be joined by First Liberty'sKeisha Russell who was the Lead Counsel in the highly recognized "Village of Airmont" case, who will share her experience fighting for religious liberty on behalf of her Orthodox Jewish clients!

Did You Know?!

There have been more than 75 religious freedom/liberty cases since 1940 and it took 110 years to see three Supreme Court cases challenging religious liberty, but only 80 years to litigate more than 75 more!

We invite you and your family to join us for this very important program! Our Full Event Schedule will be released in the coming days!

We look forward to seeing y'all soon! REGISTER TODAY!

If you have any questions, please contact Benji Gershon at

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