By David Sloan Wilson. I’m attending an event called the Guiding Lights Weekend at the Seattle Center, the site of the 1962 World’s Fair and therefore a 50-year old vision of the future. Evidently, we were supposed to be zipping around in monorails and living in buildings like the space needle by now, but instead we’re wondering how to fix our broken economy and why our political system has lost the ability to make intelligent collective decisions. Read full article at

About The Author

Pam Wohlschlegel
National Director of Grassroots

Raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Pam received her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Colorado in Electrical Engineering. After graduation, Pam worked in environmental monitoring and in the power industry. She later earned her MS in Business Administration and spent three years working on her doctorate in Finance and Statistics, both at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. Pamela left graduate school to accept a position at Hewlett-Packard in Product Marketing and Development. After more than two decades in high tech, she retired in 2006 from Agilent Technologies and moved to Florida with her husband. Pam had planned to spend her retirement volunteering at her church and enjoying leisure activities. However, in December 2009, she attended her first Tea Party event where Lt. Col. Allen West was introduced as a new candidate for Congress. Since then, she has been passionate about the potential for the Tea Party movement and soon thereafter began building Tea Party groups in Palm Beach County. Using her management and organizational development skills, Pam co-founded the Palm Beach County Tea Party serving as the group’s Executive Director. She later became the State Coordinator for Tea Party Patriots, a national Tea Party organization where she worked until December 2012. Pam sees her move to Citizens for Self-Governance as taking a step toward being better able to help grassroots organizations, to be better organized in the fight to return our country to its founding principles not only in Florida, but all over the US. When not working, Pam chairs the Women About Youth Ministry that she co-founded at her church. Real downtime is spent playing tennis and bridge, reading, sailing and doting over her grandchildren.

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