FreedomFest is On Fire

You Don’t Want to Miss It!

Despite exorbitant gas and travel costs, despite a soft US economy, despite the fact that this should be a “down year,” people are signing up in record numbers to attend FreedomFest, to be held at Paris/Bally’s on the Las Vegas strip, July 10-12, 2008.
FreedomFest offers “Eight Great Debates in 2008,” a series of vigorous, unabashed debates on topics ranging from “War, Terrorism & Geo-Political Crisis: Is Religion the Solution or the Problem?” with Dinesh D’Souza vs. Christopher Hitchens to “Should We Adopt Single-Payer Universal Healthcare?” with John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods, and John Goodman, National Center for Policy Analysis, vs. Michael Perlman, professor at UC-Chico, and David Himmelstein, associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School.

Beyond debates in politics, sessions at FreedomFest will explore the concept of freedom in areas of science, technology, art, literature, the environment, business and investing.

FreedomFest is attracting the likes of Steve Forbes, Jeremy Siegel, Millard Fuller, Nick Gillespie, Ron Paul, David Boaz, Stephen Moore, Robert Spencer and many more, plus scores of people looking for real discussions of the important issues of the day.

Experts like Siegel, Forbes and Moore will come together for the World Economic Summit, a mini-conference within FreedomFest, to discuss the growing economic and financial crisis, including the plummeting value of the dollar, the skyrocketing costs of gas, the fear of an inflationary depression, an uneasy stock market and the very real China threat.

Plus, there’s a full investment conference to cover personal financial freedom over the entire three-day conference.

Sick of the political correctness and the media spin of the current election campaign? Come to FreedomFest for a dose of REAL debate on the issues that matter!

Please see for a complete lineup of speakers and topics.

Yours in liberty, AEIOU,
Mark Skousen

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