Montgomery Confederate Conservative Conference, June 3,4 

Council of Conservative Citizens,
Annual Conference, June 3,4 Montgomery, AL

Featuring George Wallace, Jr.

INVITATION

Friday & Saturday, June 3 & 4, 2005
Montgomery, Alabama

(see below for speakers)

The Council of Conservative Citizens* (CofCC) cordially invites you to participate in the 2005 national Conference. Feel free to bring guests of like-mind.

Place: GuestHouse Hotel & Suites
120 Madison Avenue, Montgomery, Alabama 

The conference starts on Friday, June 3 at 1:00 p.m., and lasts through Saturday, June 4 at 5:00 p.m.

Price is $30 per person and $50 per couple (includes luncheon banquet on Saturday).  Or $10 for one day session, Friday or Saturday.

To attend, send name and address with registration fee to:

CofCC
P.O. Box 221683
St. Louis, MO 63122

If room is available, there will be admittance at the door.

If you desire to stay at the GuestHouse Hotel & Suites, you should make your reservation by calling 1-334-264-2231. Mention you want a room bloc for the SCV meeting. Rates are only $55 (plus tax) for a double or king room, and $69 (plus tax) for a suite.

CofCC 2005 Annual Conference

Speakers:

George C. Wallace, Jr. * Alabama Public Service Commissioner.

Jared Taylor * editor of American Renaissance, will speak on "the color of crime." http://www.amren.com

Sonny Landham * Hollywood director & actor (credits include 48 Hours, Predator and Southern Comfort), and candidate for Kentucky Governor in 2003 * "a conservative actor*s view."

Col. John Eidsmoe * Constitution law professor. http://www.ccomcor.org/eidsmoe.htm

Ten Commandments Judge Roy Moore

Sam Dickson, esq. * prominent Atlanta attorney and author, with a tribute to Dr. Sam Francis.

Brent Nelson, Ph.D. * author of America Balkanized, will speak on "mass immigration * weapon of mass destruction."

Don Casey and Ken Freeman * of Alliance for Citizens* Rights, on "sustainable development." 

http://www.keepourrights.org

Rev. Col. Robert Slimp * Presbyterian minister and retired U.S. Army Chaplain.

Rev. Charles Baker * independent Baptist minister and past national SCV Chaplain-in-Chief * with a tribute to Jefferson Davis, Pres. C.S.A.

Ellen Williams * retired educator, on "effective writing letters-to-the-editor."

James Edwards * young co-host of the "Political Cesspool" talk radio program on WLRM 1380 AM in Memphis (on Monday-Friday 7-9 p.m., now syndicated and on the world wide web).

Randy Hinshaw

* Plus, a contingent of prominent Alabama public and political figures will be on the program *

The No Longer Silent Majority * A national organization

Council of Conservative Citizens
P.O. Box 221683
St. Louis, MO 63122
http://www.cofcc.org

Telephone: (636) 940-8474 FAX: (636) 916-4322

 


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