KCarl Smith “The Liberty Messenger” to visit Vermont with Events on April 6-7
Movie Screening: “Runaway Slave”, April 6, 6:00 – 8:30 pm at the Essex Grange Hall.
Training Session: “Effectively Communicating the Principles of Freedom…”, April 7, 12:30 – 4:00 pm (Includes luncheon and book signing) at the Country Club of Vermont, Waterbury.
For more information you can contact Pat Crocker at (802) 363-5442
KCarl Smith is a staunch advocate for Liberty. He is an expert on the Life of Frederick Douglass who was a fugitive slave who educated himself, advocated for emancipation, defended the US Constitution, became a free man, and lived the American dream. At the time of his death at the age of 77, he had a family, his own home, his own business, and was worth $300,000!
KCarl believes that the message of Liberty delivered by Frederick Douglass provides the message we need to effectively communicate the importance of Liberty and counteract the progressive propaganda heard on a regular basis in the media and from our liberal friends. He has developed a training program that has demonstrated a 90% effectiveness rate in persuading those entrenched in the progressive statist ideology to consider the alternative…LIBERTY!
KCarl spoke at CPAC a few weeks ago and delivered his message to a standing room audience! His training is highly sought out by numerous conservative groups. He is going to be featured on Glen Beck’s TV show this Tuesday. In addition, he was featured in C.L. Bryant’s blockbuster movie, “Runaway Slave”. He recently authored the book, “Frederick Douglass Republicans: Reigniting America’s Passion for Liberty.
Note: KCarl Smith will be a guest on EAI’s Common Sense Radio, Monday, April 8, 11-noon on WDEV AM 550, FM 96.1.
Saturday April 6th: Castleton Republicans Spring Breakfast and meeting at the Trak-In
Route 30 North in Bomoseen, 8:30 am. Guest speakers Senator Joe Benning and Rep. Heidi Scheuermann. Please RSVP to: