Famed "Veterans Against The Iraq War" activist Adam Kokesh will speak at Harford County's Campaign For Liberty April meeting.
Kokesh will be the featured speaker on April 24 at 7 p.m. at the monthly Campaign for Liberty meeting at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Forest Hill.
Kokesh is an Iraq war veteran who experienced combat in Fallujah, receiving the Combat Action Ribbon and the Navy Commendation Medal. Since his honorable discharge from active duty, he has been an outspoken opponent of unconstitutional U.S. wars — wars not authorized by Congress as prescribed in the Constitution.
After receiving his bachelor's degree in psychology from Claremont McKenna College, Kokesh went on to become the face of Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW). His outspokenness and passion have led to a number of arrests during nonviolent demonstrations.
After a failed 2010 attempt to unseat an incumbent Democrat U.S. representative in New Mexico, he began his "Adam vs. The Man" weekday radio show. This popular program has a broad national and international following.
With his nationwide following among veterans and liberty-minded individuals, he continues the "Adam vs. The Man" production via independent video reports on YouTube. His prominence as a nationally known liberty-movement speaker brings him to public meetings, rallies and campaign events for Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul.
Campaign for Liberty (C4L) is a non-profit political/educational organization founded in 2008 by Ron Paul. The mission of C4L is to promote and defend the great American principles of individual liberty, constitutional government, sound money, free markets and a noninterventionist foreign policy, by means of education, issue advocacy and grassroots mobilization.
Harford County's Campaign for Liberty has hosted continuous monthly meetings of up to 150 in attendance since January 2009. They are active in local tax and property-rights issues, as well as in organizing local Tea Party rallies.
For more information about their meeting or organization, visit http://www.HarfordLiberty.org, contact Lowell Sheets, info@HarfordLiberty.com or 410-692-5550.