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  • Terry L Parker
    Will local officials defend the Bill of Rights where you live & play? Mayor Pro Tem Jackie Goodman handles unscreened viewer call-ins about a Bill of Rights
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 4, 2003
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      Will local officials defend the 'Bill of Rights' where you live & play?

      Mayor Pro Tem Jackie Goodman handles unscreened viewer call-ins about a 'Bill of Rights Defense' resolution proposed for the City of Austin Texas this Saturday (Apr 5) 8-9pm (cst) on Austin Cable TV 10; with audio portion also available via internet at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LibertyProspects/Chat (allow yourself some 'setup' time)

      CityOfAustinAt http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/council/default.htm

      MsGoodmanAt http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/council/goodman.htm

      "Local public officials have a duty to defend the Bill of Rights, which is an integral & essential part of the United States Constitution that they swore to uphold upon starting their terms of service"

      MoreAt http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ABORDC/message/80

      Terry Liberty Parker hosts this TeleWebCast of the world's longest running libertarian TV show. People can watch on local TV in Austin Texas or listen outside the Austin area to the audio portion via the chat feature of the web site for a YahooGroups e-mail forum named 'LibertyProspects' (see URL above)

      Audience participation is available via unscreened calls at 472.CALL (1.512.472.2255) to the live TeleWebCast

      MoreAt http://www.austinliberty.org/lptv.html


      Downtown Austin Main Library is named for John Henry Faulk,
      local nationally famous colorful Bill of Rights advocate
      http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/library/lbfaulk.htm
      His last interview before he died is here! (30 minutes duration)
      at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LibertyProspects/files/LLFaulk.rm


      A resolution by local govt to resist being used as a tool for violating the Bill of Rights is an entirely appropriate affirmation of official willingness to live up to the responsibilities of our times. During these trials (and the ones to come), it is a formal confirmation that those elected by the community are pledging to be as worthy as the citizens who have put them there.


      Terry Liberty Parker
      AustinVoiceMail 1.512.462.1776
      Also, In Austin Every Sunday 6:30pm - ?
      I host informal discussion to which all are welcome
      who want to talk about ideas & issues of freedom
      and Reciprocal Individual Physical Autonomy
      at Hickory St Grill on 8th St & Congress Ave
      MyPicAt: http://profiles.yahoo.com/txliberty
      http://www.publicconversations.org





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