What’s Happening At The Freedom Action Conference

Post from: The Institute for Principled Policy

“Wow! We’re in the second session and we can tell this is going to be a FANTASTIC conference! We have had a rousing speech on reimposing limits on government through enforcing the limits already existing in the US Constitution given by former Libertarian Party candidate for president Michael Badnarik.

Now we’re being informed on the implementation of sustainable government at the local level through “social justice environmentalism” on the left and “public-private partnership” on the right coming together to synthesize a new kind of unlimited governance that works it way out to the state, local, national and finally international levels of government.

There has been a wealth of eye-opening information on how to recognize and expose the use of sustainable development to seize and abolish the ownership of private property, impose new taxes, generally obliterate personal liberty and force citizens to return to a 19th century lifestyle by grossly overburden use of modern technology with regulation and taxes. The current speaker is Michael Shaw. Shaw is also giving a detailed exposition regarding how so much of the individual agenda items in sustainable development violate specific sections of the Constitution.

You can still see the whole conference, in its entirety by signing up for the “Live Stream” of the conference. Just follow the link to 2010 Freedom Action Conference and clicking on the “Live Stream” button at the top of the page. Still only $29 for the whole conference”

Tom DeWeese
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Tom DeWeese is President of the American Policy Center and National Grassroots Coordinator for CFACT (Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow) working to help local activists organize into Freedom Pods (www.CFACT.org). He is also the author of three books, including Now Tell Me I Was Wrong, ERASE, and Sustainable: the WAR on Free Enterprise, Private Property, and Individuals.