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Dr. Roger Bradley to address Saint Augustine Tea Party

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Dr. Roger Bradley to address SATP

Economist, Dr. Roger Bradley to address the general open meeting of the Saint Augustine Tea Party (SATP) at the Village Inn located at 900 North Ponce de Leon Boulevard in St. Augustine, FL. The meeting will be held on, Tuesday, June 24, 2014. Roger Bradley received a Bachelor of Science in Social Studies Education and a Master of Education in Teaching History from Bob Jones University. He received his PhD. in Applied Economics from Clemson University.

Dr. Bradley has taught middle school and high school students at a Christian school in Colorado. He has also taught economics, statistics, and history at Clearwater Christian College, Bob Jones University, and the University of South Florida. Dr. Bradley also served as college registrar and director of institutional research at Clearwater Christian College.
Since 2007 he has been Assistant Professor of Economics at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida, where he teaches economic history and macroeconomics. He is co-author of Economics for Christian Schools, 2nd edition, published by BJU Press in 2010.

The Tea Party movement has been grounded in fiscal conservatism. Many Tea Party members believe that most Universities are dominated by Liberal doctrine. This is particularly true in Economic Departments where Liberal economic theory prevails. Dr. Bradley is reported to be a conservative.

Dr. Roger Bradley's presentation will be on "Politicians Behaving Badly: An Economist's View." The public is invited for a very informative evening. There is no admission charge.

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