George and Poppy Carlton are the youngest members of one of the oldest families in Great Britain. They have grown up in a bubble of high society characterized by history, privilege and entitlement but have never experienced the world outside of
England and, in fact, rarely spend much time away from their family estate, which encompasses several hundred acres of the Norfolk countryside.
George and Poppy have agreed to allow a BBC film crew to follow them around the United States for a light-hearted observational documentary series, meeting and greeting Americans from every walk of life, learning about the history, culture & traditions of a country that is so similar, yet so different to the United Kingdom.
On their first day in the U.S., George and Poppy will be coming to our monthly meeting, along with a BBC documentary film crew.
Dennis Michael Lynch has become a national hero to those who seek effective immigration reform, while opposing blanket amnesty for 11-20 million illegal aliens. His documentary “They Come to America: The Cost of Amnesty” has gained nationwide attention.
Mr. Lynch’s inspiring message “Never Forget” is both educational and entertaining – it is not a re-run of his DVD – it addresses immigration reform, Obama Care, national security, job creation, and welfare.
Registration: $11.54 ($15 at door) includes DML’s TWO full-length DVDs They Come to America I & II