Is Freedom Dead in America? Mini-Con this Sat. in Monterey

Is Freedom Dead in America? Mini-Con.
A half-day mini-conference "Is Freedom Dead in America?" will be held in Monterey Saturday, Oct. 13 at Buzzard's Restaurant (adjacent to Travelodge Hotel) at 2030 North Fremont. Inquiring whether America has lost its founding principles will be Prof. David R. Henderson, research fellow at the Hoover Institute;
Eric Garris, contributor and webmaster for and; Mark Carbonaro, radio broadcaster of "Wake Up Monterey" at KION 1460-AM; and Anthony Gregory, research analyst at the Independent Institute in Oakland. The event starts at 1:00 PM and concludes with BBQ dinner in Carmel Valley. Sponsored by Monterey County Libertarians for Peace. Program information available at under "events" or by contacting lawsamz@... or 831-238-5058.

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Is Freedom Dead in America?
Monterey Mini-Con, Saturday, Oct. 13
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Have the Constitution and the Bill of Rights been gutted? Has government revoked the safeguards against illegal imprisonment (writ of habeas corpus and due process), warrantless spying, denial of counsel, torture to extract confessions and secret prisons? And what about the unconstitutional war in Iraq that is draining the taxpayer's wallet?

Saturday, Oct. 13, 2007
Buzzard's Restaurant Conf. Room -- Next to the Travelodge -- 2030 North Fremont Blvd., Monterey 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM -- With BBQ dinner in Carmel Valley 6:00 PM

Speakers: (MC: Richard Friesen -- author, former futures brokers and CEO)

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<!--[if !vml]--><!--[endif]-->Prof. David R. Henderson, research fellow with the Hoover Institute, author of The Joy of Freedom, senior economist with President Reagan's Council of Economic Advisers from 1982 to 1984, and editor of The Fortune Encyclopedia of Economics. He writes frequently for the Wall Street Journal and teaches at the Naval Postgraduate School. Currently, he co-chairs Monterey County Libertarians for Peace. Title: "The Economics of War."

Anthony Gregory, a research analyst at The Independent Institute, graduated from UC Berkeley in 2003. He is a policy advisor to the Future of Freedom Foundation, a guest editor for Strike the Root website and a columnist for Title: "Prospects for Peace and Liberty"
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<!--[if !vml]--><!--[endif]--><!--[if !vml]--><!--[endif]-->Mark Carbonaro, a longtime radio broadcaster in the Monterey Bay Area, has worked for the past six years as a talk show host and program director for station KION 1460-AM in Salinas. Mark's morning program "Wake Up Monterey" is one of the few Libertarian-oriented programs in California, and he enjoys challenging both Democrats and Republicans with the "Freedom Philosophy". Title: "Talk Radio and the Fairness Doctrine."

Eric Garris has been a political activist for more than 38 years. He is currently the webmaster for and Active in the Peace and Freedom Party in the 1970s, Garris was inspired by Dr. Murray Rothbard and helped found the "Radical Libertarian Caucus."

Title: "War, Peace & the Bush Administration."

Sponsors: Libertarians for Peace (Monterey County), Sam Adams Forum, Libertarian Party of California, Libertarian Party of Monterey County, FreedomWatch.
Info: Lawsamz@... or or 831-238-5058 (cell)

Price: $15 for speeches and BBQ dinner. Make checks out to: Libertarians for Peace, P.O. Box 22231, Carmel, CA 93922.

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