April 1, 2009


Dear Friend of Liberty,

I am proud to report that our first-ever Campaign for Liberty Regional Conference was an outstanding success!

Last weekend, hundreds of freedom-loving grassroots activists assembled in St. Louis to celebrate our movement and train for the future.

On Friday night, nearly 1,000 people gathered at the Millennium Hotel for our Freedom Celebration. Ron Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano, and staff members from C4L and Young Americans for Liberty spoke to the standing room only crowd concerning protecting civil liberties, restoring a policy of sound money, auditing the Federal Reserve, and continuing to educate ourselves in order to effectively defend our principles.

Over 400 activists participated in our Saturday grassroots training sessions and C-SPAN 2 filmed Tom Woods’ lunchtime talk on the current economic crisis (based on his new book Meltdown) for Book TV.

Click on the image below to view the first part of Friday night’s Celebration, and visit Campaign for Liberty’s blog here to see the rest of the program.

Thank you to all of the staff and volunteers who worked so hard to make this an event to remember. Campaign for Liberty staffers Deb Wells and Allison Gibbs have both written on the C4L blog this week about the incredible work of our volunteers. Read Deb’s post here and Allison’s here. And click here to see our official pictures of the Celebration.

Never before have our freedoms been under such constant assault, but never before has our movement been in such a strong position to champion our principles and achieve our goals. The St. Louis Conference sent a clear message that we will not be discouraged or deterred in our mission to reclaim the Republic and restore the Constitution. Together, we will once again secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.

In Liberty,

John Tate

President, Campaign for Liberty



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