Time: June 26, 2010 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: Lawrence Public Library
Street: 707 Vermont St.
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Event Type: film, education
Organized By: William Stewart-Starks
Latest Activity: Jun 17, 2010
Don't Tread On Me Trailer
Free All Ages Showing
Saturday, June 26th at 2PM
Lawrence Public Library
707 Vermont St.
Where is Your Line In The Sand?
How does the Federal Government abuse the Commerce Clause?
What does the Tenth Amendment really mean and how does it affect you?
Is a Constitutional Militia really necessary for the security of the "Free State"?
What is the proper role of the federal government?
This is the civics lesson for the twenty-first century that you will never forget. Insightful answers to these and other questions come from activists and state politicians alike. Don't Tread On Me is a timely reminder of what those who shaped this country fought and died for. This is the perfect film if you, your friends, family, or community, have forgotten what our country's crucial documents say about the rights of the state, government and your rights as a free citizen.
Film credits include author and Constitutional Expert Edwin Vieira, former Arizona Sheriff Richard Mack, former Presidential Candidate Michael Badnarick, American Policy Center's Tom DeWeese, Oklahoma State Representative Charles Key, Radio Host Alex Jones, Missouri State Representatives Cynthia Davis and Brian Nieves, State Senators Jim Lembke and Gary Nodler as well as local activists Stephen Shutes, Tracy Ward, Jason Littlejohn, and Kevin Kobe.
*Limited Copies of Don't Tread On Me: Rise Of The Republic will be made available to the audience.