Our keynote speaker is Dr. Adrian Moore, PhD., who is vice president of policy at Reason Foundation, a non-profit think tank advancing free minds and free markets. Moore leads Reason's policy implementation efforts and conducts his own research on topics such as privatization, government and regulatory reform, air quality, transportation and urban growth, prisons and utilities. Moore, who has testified before Congress on several occasions, regularly advises federal, state and local officials on ways to streamline government and reduce costs.
Also joining us is author and international art dealer Leon Weinstein. Mr. Weinstein was born in St Petersburg, Russia. He immigrated to Israel in 1973 and moved to California in 1986. Mr. Weinstein has written and produced plays performed at the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, in New York, and the Los Angeles Theater Center. After the fall of the Soviet Union, Leon initiated sister-city relations between Los Angeles and St. Petersburg, headed a reconstruction project of Moscow's famous Gorky Park and established an agency to expose the work of ex-Soviet artists to the West. His book 'Capitalism 101' is part of his quest to prevent socialism from taking over the US.
LIbertarian City Councilman and Mayor Pro Tem of Calimesa, CA, Jeffrey Hewitt will be attending on our Conference. Mr. Hewitt was elected in 2010 and has delcared his intention to run for the 23rd State Senate District seat recently vacated by Bill Emmerson. We look forward to hearing the advantages and challenges of being an elected Libertarian in today's political climate.
Coming from Phoenix, AZ is Ernest Hancock, founder of news website Freedom's Phoenix and host of the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show. Ernest is a longtime Libertarian and ran for LNC Chair in 2010. Ernest is known for many things, but he kickstarted the r3VOLution by going around the country during the '08 and '12 election cycles freeing minds and inspiring many people to think outside the system. Ernest has longtime relationships with activists across the country, including Adam Kokesh, Larken Rose, James Babb and Jordan Page. Known as a radical, Ernest is always engaging, entertaining, and his brand of freedom is unforgettable to all who meet him.
Special guest, noted liberty musician, Jordan Page, will be on hand to share his music with us. Jordan uses his talents to promote a message of peace while educating and mobilizing resistance to tyranny and the erosion of American civil rights.A mix of acoustic rock, hard rock, and folk, Jordan puts forth a powerful lyrical message with equally impactful music to educate and entertain simultaneously. He embodies the protesting spirit of Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Steve Earle and Eddie Vedder before him, which is so rare in music today. Speaking truth to power in song, Jordan has raised his voice against Corporate Fraud and misguided Government policies with the hopes of activating a new generation to social conscience and peaceful political protest. Like his forebears, Jordan seeks to change society and the world for the better through his words and his music. He empowers his audience by letting them know that the real revolution begins with the individual.
Here is the place to find out about where you can get involved locally. The California College Libertarians own Stephanie Butts will be joining in the conversation. You do not want to miss the opportunity to get in on the ground floor of the newest arm of the Libertarian Party of California and how the youth of our state are moving toward liberty!
LPC Executive Committee member and small business owner Flavio Fiumerodo will be sharing his insights on the individual rigths of property owners and the issues with government intrusion. Flavio's experience in real estate and development have helped numerous persons and allowed for others to see the draw of Libertarianism and its application in our everyday lives.
Following the Conference will be our After Party with an hors d'ouevers and cocktail hour from 6-7pm. At 7pm, we hope that you will join us for an amazing evening of music, featuring Jordan Page and several other local bands, ranging from punk to ska to reggae.
Tickets for the full day, including lunch and entrance to the After Party are $35/per person.
Tickets for the full day, no lunch, with entrance to the After Party are $25/per person.
Tickets for the After Party ONLY are $15.
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