Join us at LPAC!
Want to hear from great speakers on topics ranging from Austrian Economics to food freedom? Want to meet other liberty-minded individuals from all across the country and share ideas on how to fight for constitutional government on the state and local level? Then join Campaign for Liberty at the fourth annual Liberty Political Action Conference!
LPAC 2014 will take place September 18-20th at the beautiful Hilton Alexandria Mark Center right in the heart of Alexandria, VA and right across the river from Washington, DC!
The core philosophy of LPAC is very simple: you can make a difference.
At LPAC 2014, you’ll learn about the pressing issues of the day from leading experts, and you’ll gain insight into how to effectively communicate the liberty message and grow our ranks. You’ll also be equipped with tools from seasoned political veterans who have been on the front lines of the fight and know what works, what doesn’t, and how to properly apply pressure to make politicians respond and defend liberty. Most importantly, you’ll see exactly why real change is possible and how you can play a key role in making it happen. When you leave LPAC 2014, we believe you’ll be more motivated and excited than ever to turn your passion for change into action. By spending time with like-minded people, you’ll see just how strong our movement is and discover what your fellow activists are accomplishing across the country.
Plus you will hear from great speakers, including Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul, Senator Rand Paul, Senator Ted Cruz, Congressman Justin Amash, Congressman Thomas Massie and more! Check out the LPAC website for our full list of confirmed speakers.
So often we’re told (and inclined to believe) the establishment myth that one person can’t make a substantial impact, particularly when it comes to issues liberty-minded Americans are concerned about (i.e. “your phone call or petition won’t matter on Audit the Fed or [insert issue here].”) It’s no secret why entrenched politicians and special interests make this argument, as they clearly benefit from the status quo and voter apathy. Considering they’ve run us straight into a $17.5 trillion debt ditch (and believe we can get out by digging a deeper ditch), and how little they seem to know about basic economics, security, and their constitutional limits, why should we take their word for it that political activity is futile? (Plus, they’ve been repeatedly, loudly, and concretely proven wrong.)
As a voter and activist, you hold the power. Granted, it often doesn’t feel this way when you see one monstrous bill after another pass through Congress and be signed by the President, but those bills only prevail because those who wanted them fought for them and stuck with it until their ideas became law. And they’ve built their support networks over decades. As a community of grassroots activists, we too can realize our goals through consistent issue education and mobilization.
You can obtain tickets to all three days of General Session events for $139. We also have discounts for students and active-duty members of the military! You can also reserve your room at the Hilton Mark Center at a discounted rate, but don’t wait too long, as space is sure to run out fast! To learn more, and check out other special ticket rates, click here today!