In the news release, Landmark Explanation of Fair Share as Black Community is Engaged with Conservative Fiscal Values of Dr.
, Florida Orthodontist, issued
April 10, 2013
over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that the video link to the presentation at the end of the first paragraph should read "
" rather than "
" as originally issued inadvertently. The complete, corrected release follows:
Landmark Explanation of Fair Share as Black Community is Engaged with Conservative Fiscal Values of Dr. Larry Kawa, Florida Orthodontist
BOCA RATON, Fla.
April 10, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- On
, an orthodontist in
Boca Raton, Florida
, hosted an event for American Courage PAC, a conservative PAC, of which he is President. It was an upscale private complimentary dinner paid for by the PAC. In his introduction of the keynote speaker,
, Dr. Kawa gave a presentation that has now become widely acclaimed as being "The Speech Someone Needed To Make." Video link to the presentation:
He demonstrated in clear terms our overspending and clarified "FAIR SHARE," which no one else has done. He shows that the problem is wasteful spending, not that the nation is undertaxed. He shows how this path is unsustainable and uses a PowerPoint presentation along with dominoes and cards to make the obvious points no one else has made.
In the process of his landmark explanation that has now become widely acclaimed, he also engaged the leaders of the black community in an event, perhaps a first for a Republican. He invited the executive boards and pastors of
churches, who embraced his thoughts. No social or other issues were discussed and it was rhetoric which was largely non-partisan with bold fresh ideas that would be welcomed by both sides of the aisle.
Also in attendance were such notables as RNC co-chair
, and some of
the United States
' largest Republican donors and most passionate Party supporters. In response to his overwhelmingly positive feedback, he has offered to volunteer to give the same presentation at other venues for both Republicans and Democrats interested in this topic. His personal email address is
and he welcomes your feedback.