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Thanks to Mickey for finding this.

For those of you who didn’t make it to Liberty 101 this past Saturday, you missed Adnan Barqawi speaking. Good thing there is YouTube. I’ll get more speakers up as they become available.

Cross posted here.

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Tomorrow: Liberty 101

This Saturday. Be there.

At the Chesterfield County Fairgrounds.

Sure most people vote every four years or so. That’s not enough anymore. If you want to get involved beyond your vote to have your voice heard by the people in Washington who are elected to represent us. This is one way. Stop by and mingle with some of the activists groups. See what you have in common. Contrary to what the DHS would want the average person to think, not everyone there are “Right wing extremists”.

For starters, most everyone here would love to have a fiscal responsible government. Sadly, it didn’t happen with George W. Bush. It’s painfully obvious that it’s not happening with Barack Obama.

If not you, then who?


Main Stage Schedule

Note:  All times are approximate
12:45-1:15 Green Giant Band
1:25-1:55 Mean Dean
2:00-2:10 Presenting of Arms-Pipes of Argyll
Introduction by Doc Thompson
National Anthem sung by Jewell Booker
2:15-2:30 Edward Cline
“The Original Tea Party and Ours:
Where the Parallels Stop”
2:35-2:50 Tito “The Builder” Munoz
“Socialism-My Experience”
2:55-3:10 Pat Webb (Second Amendment Sisters)
“What Does the Second Amendment Mean?”
3:15-3:30 John Taylor
Taking Back Our Country
3:35-3:50 Jamie Radtke
“Restoring the Founder’s Vision”
3:55-4:10 Robert Stacy McCain
“Don’t Get Angry, Get Organized!”
4:10-4:25 Tabitha Hale
“Micropolitics for the Masses”
4:30-4:45 Benjamin Marchi
“How We Can Stop Nationalized Health Care”
4:50-5:15 Dr. John Lewis
The Rights of Man: The American Founding Principle”
5:20-5:45 Adnan Barqawi
“Living the American Dream of Life, Liberty,
and the Pursuit of Happiness”
5:50-6:20 The Gentlemen
6:25-6:55 Jim O’Ferrel Band
7:00 Closing Remarks by Doc Thompson

Seminar Schedule
**Note all Times are approximate. Schedule/Titles subject to change

1:00-1:45 Philip Van Cleave-Virginia Citizens Defense League-“The power and techniques of grassroots activism – the VCDL approach”
1:50-2:35 Jeff Horgan-Fair Tax- “Fair Tax Made Simple”
2:40-3:25 Ned Ryun-American Majority-“Top Ten Ways to Be An Effective Activist”
3:30-4:15 Donna Holt-Campaign for Liberty- “Politics in the Margins”
4:20-5:05 John Taylor-Virginia Institute for Public Policy-“Battle for the Soul of America: The Philosophy of the Founding Fathers vs. Progressivism
5:10-5:55 Roger Pogge-Family Foundation Action-“Truth Project”
6:00-6:45 Paul Saunders-w/ Dr. John Lewis “The Global Warming Crisis: A Myth for Violating Rights (Cap & Trade)”
Seminars will be held inside the exhibition building,
seating will be limited.

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If you haven’t heard the name Adnan Barqawi yet, you soon will be.

At the RPV Convention this year, he electrified the crowds as to what it means to be an American. And he will be at Liberty 101 this Saturday.

For a refresher, here are part I and part II of his speech.

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Via Hot Air.

Very well done, I might add.

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To clear up the confusion about the upcoming Health Care Bill in Congress. Reform, overhaul or socialized. It will lead to one thing in the end. Driving the private companies out of business so that everyone will end up on Government Care. Nationalized health seems to work best for the purposes of this blog.

Nobel laureate economist Milton Friedman talks about the threat of centralized planning of health care a few decades ago. Why Milton? He’s one of the few men who can leave Phil Donahue speechless.

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Warner01

Question of the day right here.

Question of the day right here.

Warner04

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