View Full Version : Ron Paul: Wednesday, April 9, 2014, Hayward, CA: "Liberty Defined: The Future of Freedom"

03-14-2014, 09:42 AM
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At this special event, Ron Paul will take a candid look at America's increasingly dysfunctional political system. Drawing on his 24 years in Congress, he will highlight the need to rein in unchecked government power.


"Liberty Defined: The Future of Freedom"

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Co-Sponsored by
The Smith Center for Private Enterprise Studies
College of Business and Economics
California State University, East Bay, Hayward, CA
The Independent Institute

4:00 p.m., University Theater CSU-East Bay,
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd, (East Loop Road) Hayward, CA
Admission: Free and open to the public! Tickets required, first come first served.
(Free parking is available 38 p.m. in Lot K next to the University Theatre (TH). Overflow parking is available in Lots J and H.)

Private Reception and Book signing:
6:30 p.m., New University Union, CSU-East Bay,
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd, (West Loop Road), Hayward, CA
Tickets: $75/person (includes one copy of either Liberty Defined, End the Fed, The School Revolution or The Revolution - A Manifesto).
(Free parking is available 58 p.m. in Lot B across from the New University Union (UU New). Overflow parking is available in Lot A.)


04-09-2014, 11:45 PM
Ron Paul defines 'liberty' at Cal State East Bay

HAYWARD -- Ron Paul's glass is half full AND half empty.

On one hand, the former 12-term congressman and three-time presidential candidate from Texas believes America is on the edge of economic collapse and totalitarianism, a teetering empire that boldly pokes its nose into the lives of its own citizens and the affairs of other nations.

On the other hand, "I am optimistic enough to believe that we are moving in the right direction," he told an overflowing audience of about 600 on Wednesday at Cal State East Bay. "We're overcoming that propaganda machine of the government and the media."

More Americans -- especially young Americans -- are taking to the Internet and to the streets to question the government and stand up for their liberty and privacy, he said. And to paraphrase Victor Hugo, "you cannot stop an idea whose time has come."