Kemple continues to monitor Islamists
Think Hillsborough School Board candidate Terry Kemple is too distracted by Common Core and sex education to worry about Islamic extremists?
Don't count on it.
This week he sent out an invitation to two November events in his Community Issues Council.
Read the descriptions here:
November 7, 2013 - Brandon - "The Persecuted Church"
You've probably heard reports from around the world about the Persecuted Church! Did you know that about 80% of the persecution comes from Islamists?
Patrick Carberry, Founder of Joshuacord and Mark Zajac, whose family escaped religious persecution when he was only 8 years old, will share with us where the persecution is coming from.
November 19, 2013 - Ruskin & November 21, 2013 - Plant City
"Benghazi, Egypt, and the Muslim Brotherhood"
Col James Waurishuk (USAF, Ret)
Col. Waurishuk's focus of study during his 30-year career was in international strategic studies and policy, focusing on the areas of terrorism, insurgency, irregular and 4th generation-asymmetric warfare.
You'll be captivated as he leads the discussion on current events in Egypt, Benghazi, the NSA, and the Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of America!
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This is Kemple's third run for office, but the first time he has sought to represent District 4 in conservative east Hillsborough. He's raised close to $6,000. That's higher than many, but a far cry from Melissa Snively's $38,000.