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TRACY R. TWYMAN | Johnny Liberty coming to Portland July 2

Date: Friday, July 2, 2010

Time: 7:30pm - 10:00pm

Location: Kenton Masonic Temple
8130 N. Denver Ave, Portland, OR

Presented by Liberty Cap Press and The Institute for Communications Resources

After 20 years as an educator in the freedom movement worldwide, John David van Hove (a.k.a. “Johnny Liberty” of The Global Sovereign’s Handbook) has learned what we can and cannot do to restore the true vision of America given the political, economic, and legal climate of the US today. This talk will inspire you and rock the very foundations of your preconceptions.

John David van Hove is an author, educator, researcher, business developer, and extraordinary public speaker on many topics, including sovereignty, freedom, liberty, history, law, economics, money, leadership, and the true nature of power. (To hear a recent interview with van Hove on The Invisible Hand podcast, go here.)

Tickets to the lecture can be obtained in advance for $15 (payable with credit card or Paypal) by clicking here.

Or you can RSVP by calling (800) 640-5947.

It’s the perfect way to kick off the July 4th weekend. All those who love liberty are invited to attend this fun and educational seminar. You will be shocked and horrified to learn the true nature of our current economic and legal system. But you will also be uplifted as we explore the ways in which we can work, both as individuals and as a community, to empower ourselves and break free from oppression. Bring your friends!


Tickets are available at the door as well, but those who purchase tickets in advance through this link will get the booklet, Corporate Frankenstein, written by me, Tracy R. Twyman, which I am personally offering as a free gift exclusively to these people. It’s a personal gesture on my part. It in no way means that John David Van Hove endorses anything that I’ve said in this essay. It’s just my own thoughts after conducting my own research. These booklets will be autographed and hand-numbered, and you’ll receive yours when you arrive at the venue.

So to purchase tickets, please go here. You can also RSVP by calling (800) 640-5947. If you can’t get to Portland that day, but you still want the booklet, go ahead and buy some tickets, and give them to your friends, and let us know where you’d like us to send the booklets. Everybody knows somebody in Portland, and this information is for everybody. So why not treat your friends to a fun and educational lecture, and get yourself a fun and educational booklet that’s sure to be a collector’s item in the future?

The Kenton Masonic Temple is located on the corner of the intersection of Denver Ave and N. Kilpatrick. Here’s a map:

Here’s a streetview of the intersection:

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