FFF Civil Liberties Conference
We are now on the homestretch of our online Zoom conference “Restoring Civil Liberties.” Last week’s excellent presentation by Judge Andrew Napolitano has set the stage for our penultimate presentation by Ron Paul, who just happens to be one of my real-life heroes. It’s a great honor to have him taking the time to share his perspectives with us. Then, next week I wrap things up with the final talk of the conference.
This has turned out to be one of the best conferences we have ever held in our 32-year history here at The Future of Freedom Foundation. I know I am biased, but I think it might well be the best conference on civil liberties in the history of the libertarian movement. One of the fascinating aspects of the presentations is that there has been so little overlap of matters discussed by all the speakers.
You can access all the talks for free in the Multimedia section of FFF’s website. Just go to the Explore Freedom tab at the top of our home page (fff.org), click on it, then click on the Multimedia tab, and then scroll down and click on the Restoring Civil Liberties title. Or just go to this link to access the video presentations.
You can still register for the conference by going to our conference web page. A Zoom link will be sent to you.
Ron Paul’s talk: Tuesday, November 9, at 7 p.m. Eastern time. Registration is FREE.
My talk on civil liberties: Tuesday, November 16, at 7 p.m. Eastern time. Registration is FREE.
JFK Conference by Citizens Against Political Assassination (CAPA)
On Saturday and Sunday, November 20-21, I will be participating in an online conference on the Kennedy assassination sponsored by CAPA — Citizens Against Political Assassination. It will be via Zoom. The admission price is only $50. You can register for it here.
I have long considered this particular JFK conference to be the best annual conference on the Kennedy assassination. Therefore, it’s an honor to be asked to participate in it.
I will be serving on two panels, one on Saturday morning and the other on Sunday afternoon.
The Saturday morning panel will be on “The JFK Assassination and the Media.”
The Sunday afternoon panel will be on the continued secrecy of the national-security establishment’s assassination-related records.
I am certain you will find this conference well worth the small admission price. I hope to see you there.