Add to Cart
Restoring the Republic 2008 2 CD Set - Volume 5: Anthony Gregory and Joanne Mariner
Artist/Band: Anthony Gregory
For the second year in a row, the Future of Freedom Foundation hosted "Restoring the Republic: Foreign Policy and Civil Liberties." These talks from June of 2008 showcase leaders from the libertarian, conservative, and liberal movements concerning civil liberties and foreign policy.
With the ever-growing debacle in Iraq, there was never a better time to come together to share ideas on restoring the limited-government, constitutional republic envisioned by our Founding Fathers. When you review our list of 21 speakers -- libertarians, liberals, and conservatives -- you will see that this one one fantastic intellectual experience that can be now be relived through this 11-volume series of CDs.
Anthony Gregory earned his Bachelors Degree in American History from UC Berkeley, giving the history commencement speech for his class in 2003. His undergraduate thesis was on media-government relations during the 1993 standoff at Waco, Texas, between federal law enforcement and the Branch Davidians.
He has been awarded the Ron Paul Liberty in Media Award and passed the verbal test in introductory Austrian economics at Mises University.
He now works as a research analyst at The Independent Institute in Oakland, CA, assisting Ivan Eland with historical research and studying the effects of the war on terror on civil liberties at home.
He is a Policy Advisor for the Future of Freedom Foundation, a guest editor at Strike the Root, a blogger at Liberty and Power and the Stress Blog, and a contributing writer to such publications as Freedom Daily, the Northwest Meridian, and LewRockwell.com. His writing has been translated into numerous languages and has appeared in the San Diego Union Tribune, the Contra Costa Times and other mainstream newspapers, as well as on such Web Sites as Antiwar.com.
Joanne Mariner is the Terrorism and Counterterrorism Program Director at Human Rights Watch. She has worked on a wide variety of issues for the organization, documenting war crimes in Colombia, Kosovo and Darfur, political violence in Haiti, and the interface between terrorism and the laws of war, among others. She has also conducted advocacy before U.N. bodies, briefed members of Congress and staff on human rights issues, and appeared on national media such as C-SPAN, ABC News, and NPR.
A graduate of Yale Law School, Mariner served as a law clerk to Judge Stephen Reinhardt of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit before joining Human Rights Watch in 1994. She speaks French and Spanish.