Freedom Action National
Forces of Freedom
Return to Valley
August 12 – 14 - 2010
message from Tom DeWeese, President of American Policy Center:
New developments for the upcoming Freedom Action National
- Radio Row: Several
national radio shows will be broadcasting live from the Conference,
including Sam Bushman’s Liberty Round Table and Laurie
Roth’s the Roth Show. More will be announced shortly.
- Reception for Tom Woods: Friday
night’s banquet speaker is best selling author Tom Woods
(“Meltdown”, and his latest, “Nullification.” There will be a special
reception in his honor, where conference attendees will have the chance
to talk with him personally. Also present at the reception will be
conference Keynote speaker Michael Badnarik, (2004
Libertarian presidential candidate and author of the book, “It’s Good to
be King.”) and Sheriff Richard Mack (author of “From
My Cold Dead Fingers”). There will be book signings
from these and other authors throughout the Freedom Action National
- Special screening of
the film “Don’t Tread on Me:” Film maker Gary Franchi is
pleased to announce there will be a special screening of his new film,
to take place on the first night (August 12th) of the Freedom
Action National Conference. Immediately following the screening,
several spokesmen who are featured in the film will be on hand to
discuss it and answer questions from the audience.
The Freedom Action National Conference is sponsored by the
American Policy Center and The DeWeese Report and 23 co-sponsoring
organizations. The conference will take place August 12 – 14, 2010, at
the Dolce Hotel in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.
Local action, from strengthening State 10th
Amendment rights, to exposing the efforts of UN-based organizations in
our local communities, like the International Council on Local
Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) will be the focus of the Freedom
The Freedom Action
National Conference will teach you several ways to do that.
You will learn from leading spokesmen, legislators, and
activists. And you will have a chance to learn in special work shops,
and to network with leaders from around the nation.
You will focus on the vital issues of the day, including the dangerous
policies like Sustainable Development; biometric
surveillance and the growth of Fusion Centers;
violations of Second Amendment rights; violations of
Constitutionally-guaranteed state sovereignty; the
growing government takeover of health care and the use
of natural supplements and cures; the reasons why a Constitutional
Convention now is the wrong solution at the wrong time; and
how many of these bad policies are being enforced through the power and
wealth of organized labor.
DeWeese and Laurie Roth will serve as co-hosts for the event. Featured
speakers will begin with a keynote address by Constitution expert Michael
Badnarik, followed by an extensive lineup of experts and
national spokesmen, including: Sheriff Richard Mack;
Washington State Rep. Matt Shea; Oklahoma State Rep. Charles
Key; Pennsylvania St. Rep. Sam Rohrer;
National Rights To Work Committee President Mark Mix;
Gun Owners of America Director Larry Pratt;
International ID expert Mark Lerner; Constitutional
Convention experts Chuck Michaelis and Larry
Greenley; IRS experts Steve Hempfling and Tom
Cryer; Illegal Immigration expert Jeff Lewis;Global
Warming expert Marc Morano; United Nations Expert William
Jasper; Sustainable Development/Agenda 21 experts Dr.
Michael Coffman, Tom DeWeese and Michael Shaw;
Property Rights champion Dan Byfield; Health Freedom
experts Dr. Jane Orient, Scott Tips
and Dr. Jeff Marrongelle; Education expert and author Beverly
Eakman; grassroots activists Catherine Bleish
and John Bush; and alternative media experts George
Shepherd, Gary Franchi and radio personality Sam
These experts will not only educate
on the vital threats Americans are now facing, but will also focus on
action all of us can use to fight back.
- The 10th
Amendment movement is catching fire as state legislators are finding
ways to add “teeth” to law rather than mere resolutions.
Matt Shea will explain how it’s being done.
- Sheriff Richard
Mack is teaching local sheriffs that they have the power to say no to
- Local communities are learning how to expel
international provocateurs like ICLEI. Michael Shaw will explain how
- A new approach to fighting against federal and
state intrusion called “Coordination,” is having tremendous success in
helping regain local control. Expert Dan Byfield will not only tell of
those victories but will also lead a workshop to teach how it’s done.
- Ron Mann will lead a training workshop to teach new activists how
to run campaigns on very little money.
- And Beverly Eakman will
train activists how to break up the outrageous consensus meetings that
are being used in public forums to enforce policy without public
discussion and debate. All of these processes lead to diminishing the
power of the Federal Government – all based on local action – just like
the Constitution intends.
The Freedom Action
National Conference is shaping up to be the finest lineup of speakers
and leaders assembled for any conference of this size anywhere in