Come Enjoy April Free Exchange!

  • April 5, 2014 · 6:00 PM
  • Jim's Apartment & ISIL Office

Hi All!

We will have our next Free Exchange on 
Saturday, April 5th, with social hour starting at 6 pm and speaker at 7.  Feel free to stick around and socialize more after the speaker!


Our speaker is Zachary Casciato on Government Conspiracies, Bringing the youth of America's views to the forefront of politics and basic political science as well. Also anti-big government and One Global Government would be discussed.

Some of his articles can also be found at http://insurgencymagazine.com/

Zachary is also the author of the book

"

The Real Adjustment Bureau: Correcting 3 Decades of Apathy" 



From the publisher:

Tate Publishing
:
SAN FRANCISCO — “The Real Adjustment Bureau” by author Zachary M. Casciato is about giving a voice to his generation. This is Casciato’s way of living up to the great men and women of past generations who inspired amazing progress in America in its short history.
The book aims to bring back what America has lost, real art. The likes of Twain, Thoreau, Kerouac, Burroughs, Wolfe and many others inspired movements and lifestyles and brought the ideas of their generations to the public. They spread their message and point of view through the written word and it seems that this is now a lost art. Casciato wants the world to know how young Americans think these days. He wants to showcase his point of view for the world to see whether or not people will agree. Many feel lost and without direction and as if America is headed downhill. He aims to inspire new ideas and new movements that are controlled by the American youth. To remind people what America is supposed to stand for and to show how far off the path Americans have strayed. America was built on revolutionary thinking and this is Casciato’s attempt at making up for the apathy of the youth of America. This is the voice of the youth of America.

Jim Elwood/ISIL
April Free Exchange

6 Gonzalez Dr.
San Francisco, CA
[masked]

Saturday, April 5th, 2014
6 pm - Midnight
Speaker: 7-8 pm

Hello Friends,

You are all welcome to my monthly open house Free Exchange party. held the first Saturday of each month. Even when there is a speaker, this is meant to be a low-key social getogether. Other friends are welcome.

I will provide some beer, wine, soft drinks and snacks. Pot luck and BYOB welcomed.

No charge, but donations of $5+ welcomed.

The location is at the main entrance to the Park Merced apartment complex in southwest San Francisco, off of 19th Ave. next to San Francisco State University.

By transit: From downtown stations (or from Balboa Park), take the MUNI M-line trolley to the SF State University stop. You’ll see the Park Merced entrance. My apartment is on the shallow left of the entrance circle between Gonzalez and Crespi. Walk past the front of the building and go to the inner corner - You will see #6 under the lamp.

The 28 bus runs on 19th Ave and stops at SF State, if you are coming from the north or west parts of the city. The 29 Sunset bus also runs here, in fact it stops inside the entrance.

By car from north - Go 19th Ave past SF State and Holloway Drive, turn into Park Merced, go around the entrance circle onto Gonzalez Dr., park at first opportunity.

From East Bay or south - make your way to 280, get off at SF State exit. Go up Junipero Serra to Holloway light, turn left, then left at 19th Ave. light. Park Merced is there.

Transit is recommended, but weekend parking is relatively easy here.

Please RSVP.

Hope to see you!

Jim Elwood
Executive Director
International Society for Individual Liberty






































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  • Jim E.

    We usually get 15-20 participants at Free Exchange, and the number is growing. The event is mostly promoted elsewhere, so please do not be scared off if you visit here and only see a few RSVPs.

    March 24, 2014

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