Nullify Now! Los Angeles

Sat. May 28, 2011 at 4:00pm PDT
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$0.00 - $75.00
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$0.00 - $75.00
All Ages
Event Description
05-28: TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR. ARRIVE EARLY!

ACTIVISM. MUSIC. PEOPLE.
great speakers, local musicians,
grassroots activism for liberty.
ATT Tower Penthouse. 4pm-LATE.

--Event Overview
--Room 1, Speakers
--Room 2, Music, Art, Entertainment
--Dinner and Drinks
--Location, Directions, Pictures
--Tickets (FREE for students)
--Schedule

OVERVIEW

The "peace president" bombs. The TSA gropes and scans. The drug war rages on. The fed prints and prints....and prints. Mandates and bailouts never seem to end.

What do we do about it?

Thomas Jefferson gave us the answer in 1798 in defense of free speech - "whensoever the general government assumes undelegated powers....a nullification of the act is the rightful remedy."

Through historical writings, case studies, and speeches by the Founding Fathers, more than 10 speakers will give you a logical, moral, and constitutionally sound case for nullification, revealing:

  • What IS nullification? Clue - it's not what the pundits of the politicians have been telling you.

  • How nullification has been used in defense of free speech, as resistance to slavery and conscription, and how it's being used in modern times, right here in California

  • How we can address the TSA, foreign policy, marijuana, water rights, and other issues through state-based activity

  • How we can roll back unconstitutional expansions of federal power through nullification

  • Why the Founding Fathers believed that nullification was the "moderate middle ground"

  • Why the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution gives the states the power to nullify unconstitutional laws

  • Why states - not the Supreme Court - should arbitrate disputes between the states and the federal government over the constitutionality of the federal government's actions.


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SPEAKERS
--Thomas E. Woods, Jr - Author of Nullification, Meltdown, Politically Incorrect Guide to American History
--John Dennis - Republican Liberty Caucus. Challenged Nancy Pelosi in 2010
--Scott Horton - Antiwar Radio, KPFK
--Anthony Gregory - Campaign for Liberty, Independent Institute
--Art Thompson - JBS
--Nick Hankoff - We Won't Fly, YAL
--Michael Boldin, Bryce Shonka - Tenth Amendment Center
--Jason Rink - Foundation for a Free Society
SPECIAL GUEST MC: Chelene Nightingale
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MUSIC
Jordan Page - first Los Angeles performance! New Album, Liberty
Jordan is a young Singer/Songwriter and itinerant musician seeking to mobilize a new generation to stand up for their country and the rights of the individual. Jordan uses his talents to promote a message of peace while educating and mobilizing resistance to tyranny and the erosion of American civil rights.

Musicians also performing:
Vayden, Adrian Galysh, Jonny Leroy, Lugenbuhl, Starveya, My Own Holiday, Messenger, Marc Weber and Model Rocket Scientist.
Plus DJs Michael Vu and Angelus

Artists Include:
Michael Vu - Grafitti Art
Marc Pardy - T-shirt designs
Joel Robert Harris - Painter
Jake Napier - Green laptop cases
Pilar Munoz - Handmade Jewelry
Nichole Yuhas - Event Photos
Hasani Gray - Feather Hair Extensions
Alexander Casanova - Caricature Artist
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DINNER, DRINKS
Los Angeles Icon, Patina Group, will be on hand to provide a full cash bar from 4pm-close. Their "Market Cafe" will also be open for our scheduled dinner break and for a short while after.

Market Café at AT+T Center offers seasonal, freshly made items. Enjoy their “chop & toss” fresh produce bar, artisan sandwiches, homemade soups and chef’s daily entrée specials. Pre-packaged sandwiches, salads and sides are also available for a price-conscious quick meal on the go.
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VENUE INFORMATION
The 30th Floor Penthouse of the AT&T Center is a breathtaking space. 25 foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and a nearly 360 degree view of the city is something not to be missed.

The space boasts 2 separate rooms. One will be for speakers and the other will house entertainment - music, art, sponsors and vendors. Plus our full bar from the Patina group.

So, while the message is important and the education is essential - we believe that it's still ok to have fun while standing up in support of the Constitution and liberty. Click the image to the left to see a few more pictures of the space.

AT&T Center, 30th Floor:
1150 South Olive St, floor 30
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Driving - Get directions
Transit, Blue Line - Pico Station
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TICKETS
Students - FREE
General Admission - $10
Rows 4-5 - $25
Rows 2-3 - $40
Front Row - $75

Tickets: Each ticketing price level will allow you to sit in a specified section in unassigned seats, first-come first-serve.

Get Tickets online at http://www.showclix.com/event/nullifynowlosangeles/ or by calling 888-71-TICKETS
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EVENT SCHEDULE (tentative)
4:00pm, doors open. Arrive early!
4:00-4:45 LOCAL MUSICIANS
4:45 - Speaker TBA
5:08 - Intro to the Principles of '98/Nullification
5:30 - Bryce Shonka - nullification around the country today
5:45 - Nick Hankoff - nullifying the TSA

6:00 - DINNER and 2 local Musical Guests
(meals available for purchase on site)

7:00 - Art Thompson on effective grassroots activism
7:20 - Jason Rink - the Nullification documentary film
7:40 - John Dennis - Republican Liberty Caucus of California
8:10 - Michael Boldin - Tenth Amendment Center
8:30 - MUSIC
9:00 - Scott Horton - Foreign Policy, the National Guard and Nullification
9:30 - Anthony Gregory - Addressing the drug war, patriot act and more through nullification
10:00 - Thomas E. Woods - Author of Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century

11:00 - LATE - more local musicians, DJ's in our penthouse lounge. Relax, drink, dance, mingle - and network - with like minded people.

Liberty CAN be fun!
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Venue Details
AT&T Center, 30th Floor Penthouse 1150 South Olive St, floor 30
Los Angeles, CA 90015