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- Created on Tuesday, 05 August 2008 08:44
For the first time in Connecticut’s recent history, people will be gathering in September to map out a plan to save our Constitutional rights. Not since the 1700's, when the colonists gathered together in taverns to discuss the formation and ratification of the Constitution, have citizens felt the need to gather together once again to discuss Constitutional issues. This time, they are gathering to discuss how to stop the destruction of the Constitution.
CONNECTICUT LIBERTY FORUM
Hosted by The National Home Education Legal Defense (NHELD)!
Dates: September 27 and 28, 2008
Times: Sept 27 from 8 AM to 8 PM and Sept 28 from 8 AM to 2 PM
Where: The Clarion Hotel, 42 Century Dr, Bristol, CT
Contacts: Attorney Deborah Stevenson , (860) 354-3590 or
(203) 206-4282 or contact Judy Aron at (860) 523-7257
On September 27 and 28, 2008, some of the most pre-eminent people in their field, leaders in the fight against erosion of our Constitutional rights from all across the country, will be gathering at the Bristol Clarion Hotel for Connecticut's First Annual Liberty Forum. They will be holding workshops addressing every aspect of our Constitution, including but not limited to erosion in the areas of freedom of speech, eminent domain, property tax reform, U.S. sovereignty, and parental rights.
The purpose of the forum is to promote liberty, to increase education concerning our Constitutional rights, and to create a call to action to protect those rights.
The CT Liberty Forum Registration and other information is now available online! http://www.nheld.com/CTLibertyForum.htm
Listed below are links to the schedule of events, speakers and speaker bios, hotel information and exhibitor information. We have a great line-up of speakers, and we have a wonderful schedule of events.
We will be presenting the first ever CT Freedom Fighter Award to Susette Kelo and Michael Cristofaro for their heroic efforts to combat eminent domain abuse here in CT and across the land, and while they have lost their homes to developers in New London, they have spurred on a movement across this country that has resounded from sea to shining sea. Come hear Mr. Cristofaro's story at our Saturday luncheon.
Our Saturday evening Keynote Speaker is Jim Gilchrist, Founder of the Minuteman Project will speak about his efforts to protect our borders.
On Sunday morning our keynote breakfast will feature Robert Levy of the Cato Institute who will talk about Supreme Court Rulings that have damaged our liberties.
There will be many other outstanding speakers and this event promises to be exciting and informative.
We will be broadcasting live on Saturday morning on WDRC Radio - on The Talk of Connecticut with Brad Davis.
People can register online and use a credit card to pay through PayPal or Google Checkout, or they can register through the mail with payment by check. Members of FCTO receive an additional $5.00 off the price of any admission by typing/writing "FCTO" in the area designated on the registration for discount code.
Anyone wishing to have their liberty minded company be an exhibitor, or purchase ad space in our program guide can also participate in this event.
Circle the date on your calendar and register today to catch the Early Bird special pricing !
You will not want to miss this event which is being hosted by The National Home Education Legal Defense (NHELD)! For more information contact: Attorney Deborah Stevenson , (860) 354-3590 or (203) 206-4282 or contact Judy Aron at (860) 523-7257
You can register and pay online using
PayPal or Google Checkout
You can register by printing out this form
and sending it in with your check
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