My FFF Speech on “Bush’s War on Civil Liberties” is Now Online

The Future of Freedom Foundation put online today the speeches from their  June conference.   You can watch them here.    

My topic was “Bush’s War on Civil Liberties.”  I had wanted to do an even-handed treatment of the issue but there were time limitations, so…

The same webpage has links to the videos of the other 20+ speakers.  I will wager a barrel of beer that the Ron Paul speech will be the most frequently viewed speech.    

The topics of the conference are even more relevant now than they were earlier this summer – the Federal Reserve, FISA,  Iraq/Iran, and sniveling politicians wrecking the Republic.


3 Responses to My FFF Speech on “Bush’s War on Civil Liberties” is Now Online

  1. Jean September 19, 2008 at 7:37 pm #

    Jim, I thought the highlight of your speech was when I was approaching the mic to ask a question, and a lip reading expert was looking at you and saw you were saying some bad words.
    I know this is a family loving site, so I will not bother to repeat what was said.

    Jim, as always, you light the fire under the rascals asses, and one day they might learn, but then again, you and I might be never asked to be Sy Sperling clients either.

  2. Jim September 19, 2008 at 8:55 pm #

    Jean, you got the words right but the motivation wrong.

    I was actually cursing the hotel. The hottest weekend of the year and their air conditioning failed miserably.

    I hate to see an audience that is already sweating BEFORE I start speaking.

    Thanks for the encouragement! I’ll try to keep kindling the fires.

  3. Jean September 20, 2008 at 9:05 pm #

    Sure, but they did pass out ice cream!! Just saw the speech, as well as some of the others. All I can say is GREAT WEEKEND, despite the weather.