Advancing the principles of freedom
in the 21st century

Freedom 21 National Conference

St. Louis Airport Marriott Hotel
July 12 - 14, 2001

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Sponsoring Organizations
American Policy Center Eagle Forum
Sovereignty International Environmental Conservation Organization
Liberty Matters

Conference Speakers

Floy Lilley Pat Davison Phyllis Schlafly
Dr. Michael Coffman David Rothbard
Cathie Adams Tom DeWeese Henry Lamb

Representative Jo Ann Emerson is a friend to all people who value private property rights and the principles of freedom. As a member of the Appropriations Committee, she is in a critical position to help draw in the reins on federal spending.

Jo Ann was also among the Congressional Delegation that attended the U.N. Climate Change meeting in Buenos Aires. She has seen the U.N. at work and knows how the international community influences domestic policy.

Dr. Alan Keyes served as Ambassador to the U.N. Economic and Social Council, and was Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations. One of America's most spellbinding orators, Alan has stirred up the Presidential primary debates, and is an active candidate for President. His views on freedom and sovereignty are an inspiration to those who must fight the battles in the trenches.

Floy Lilley, J.D. is the Program Manager of the Chair of Free Enterprise at the University of Texas at Austin, and the Vice Chair of Sovereignty International. She has attended U.N. meetings around the world and brought her dynamic message to audiences throughout the United States.

Her daily reports from U.N. Climate Change meetings, posted on the Sovereignty International web site are among the most comprehensive reports available.

Phyllis Schlafly is the founder of Eagle Forum, and has been a powerful voice in public policy debates for more than two decades. Her leadership in family and education issues, and her involvement in the global governance debate, has inspired Americans and is helping to shape the debate.

Her conference presentation on issues of privacy will inform and enlighten participants about another growing government menace.

Dr. Michael Coffman is the founding President of Environmental Perspectives, Inc., and is the CEO of Sovereignty International. His book, Saviors of the Earth, is an outstanding analysis of the global influence on domestic policy and the lives of Americans. He created the maps that were extremely helpful in defeating the Convention on Biological Diversity. He is a frequent speaker at conferences around the country, and widely known among talk radio audiences. He also publishes Discerning the Times Digest.

David Rothbard is President of the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (C-FACT). He has attended many United Nations meetings and his organization has helped to inform the public about the influence exerted on domestic policy by the international Community. He is a driving force behind the Cornwall Declaration.

David is Co-chair of the Working Group on Environment and Property Rights. He will lead a workshop on Saturday afternoon.

Cathie Adams is President of Texas Eagle Forum. She is a regular participant in United Nations meetings around the world and provides reports to Eagle Forum and to Sovereignty International.

She is a strong advocate of the principles of freedom applied especially in the areas of family and education. She knows first-hand how the international community works its "consensus" into public policy in America.

Cathie is a co-chair of the Education and Family Working Group and will lead a Saturday workshop.

Tom DeWeese is President of the American Policy Center. He is a nationally recognized spokesman on a range of policy issues relating to freedom and national sovereignty. His DeWeese Report is must reading for thousands of Americans.

Tom is co-chair of the Working Group on Education and Family and will lead the session on Saturday afternoon.

Pat Davison is the former California Coordinator for People for the USA, and has been involved in public policy issues affecting resource use for many years. She is Co-chair of the Working Group on Environment and Property Rights and will help conduct the workshop on Saturday afternoon.

Henry Lamb is the founding Executive Vice President of the Environmental Conservation Organization (ECO), Chairman of Sovereignty International, and publisher of eco-logic. His research and articles have informed and guided the debate about the excessive influence of the United Nations over domestic policy.

As a participant in United Nations meetings around the world, he has broadcast live to thousands of radio stations from Bonn, Kyoto, Geneva, and Buenos Aires.

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