Please join us for an inspiring and informative event that will discuss the crucial topics of this election season. Key voices in the national debate will question...
"How do we as Americans advance our Peace, Prosperity and Liberty?"
This event is free and open to the public. For tickets and more information please visit our Web site.
Master of Ceremonies and Moderator
Jim Neal - Financial Advisor and Former U.S. Senate Candidate
Chapel Hill resident Jim Neal is an active member of the Democratic Party at the local and national levels as well as a successful investment banker and financial advisor. Mr. Neal will moderate an open discussion with the audience and the panel below, focusing on the topics of Peace, Prosperity and Liberty.
Adam Kokesh - Board Member, Iraq Veterans Against the War
Adam Kokesh is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of the Iraq War and currently serves as a board member of Iraq Veterans Against the War. As part of IVAW, Kokesh has been an extremely vocal critic of the U.S. occupation of Iraq, having testified before Congress and spoken at other public forums including the Revolution March in Washington, D.C. and the Rally for the Republic in Minneapolis.
William "BJ" Lawson - Candidate for U.S. Congress, N.C. Fourth District
William (B.J.) Lawson is currently a candidate for North Carolina's 4th district Congressional seat, seeking to bring principled change to Washington and advance a federal government that is focused on its Constitutional responsibilities, and serves American individuals instead of corporate interests.
Bruce Fein - Principal, The Lichfield Group and Constitutional Law Expert
Bruce Fein is a world-renowned expert in the area of Constitutional law and civil liberties and currently serves as a principal at Washington, D.C.-based consulting firm The Lichfield Group. He also writes regular columns for a number of leading newspapers and professional publications and appears on broadcast media and in front of Congress as an expert on topics such as foreign affairs, international and constitutional law, telecommunications, and terrorism.