July 4th is going to be huge this year in the liberty movement. Here is the tentative schedule:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Philadelphia Independence Day at Independence Mall. Volunteers needed to set up and staff Campaign for Liberty table. Come join the picnic and freedom celebration at Independence Mall: Live music, speakers, family fun!! The table will stay set up from 10:00 AM to 5:00PM.
10:30 am – 12:00 pm, Campaign for Liberty Participation in the Welcome America Parade. C4L patriotic float, with C4L members marching behind distributing the message of freedom (Constitutions, etc..) to thousands of parade watchers.
3:30 to 5PM, Speakers begin.
All events listed are not necessarily endorsed by Campaign for Liberty. The PA Campaign for Liberty will have a table set up at Independence Mall, so come down and sign H.R. 1207 / S. 604 petitions, pick up literature, ask questions, or sign up to become a Campaign for Liberty.
If you want to volunteer for this event please send an email to PhillyC4L@gmail.com.
We are honored to be joined by Stefan Molyneux (philosopher/voluntaryist/anarchist) of Onatario, Canada and Michael Badnarik (2004 Libertarian presidential candidate) of Austin, Texas for a debate of anarchy vs minarchy on Independence weekend in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The event will take place on July 5th, 1PM-6PM at Bossone Engineering Building, Michell Auditorium, at Drexel University, hosted by Student Liberty Front.
This will be the clash of the individual freedom titans!
Stefan Molyneux is author of several books and host of the most popular philosophy show on the internet at http://freedomainradio.com.
Michael Badnarik is a nationally renowned constitution scholar and 2004 Libertarian presidential candidate; his website is http://constitutionpreservation.org.
Wary of a ‘debate’ on the 5th, in favor of more entertaining activities? This will be quite far from boring! You will find our guests to be highly entertaining and enlightening. You will not want to miss this event!
The event can be found on Facebook.
Please look into these two events! They are both great ideas to learn and spread knowledge on the ideas of liberty!