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P.S. - Re: [lpsf] Peter Schiff speaking in SF tonight, 6pm ($20)

From: Starchild
Sent on: Tuesday, April 10, 2012 12:43 PM
	Oops, forgot to include the online link for tickets and info -- http://www.europa...­ . However I recommend just showing up at the theater a little beforehand and buying your ticket there, because if you order online or by phone there is an extra $5 service fee. The box office guy told me the venue seats 650, so they are not expected to sell out and there should be plenty of seats.

                    ((( starchild )))

On Apr 10, 2012, at 12:39 PM, Starchild wrote:

> 	Sorry for the late notice on this, but free market economist Peter Schiff will be speaking in San Francisco tonight:
> WHEN:  6pm (box office closes at 6 o'clock, so you must arrive before then to buy a ticket, unless you get one online
> WHERE:   Marines Memorial Theater, 609 Sutter Street, 2nd floor (cross street Mason)
> COST:  $20, includes a copy of his latest book "How an Economy Grows and Why it Crashes"
> 	Peter Schiff heads his investment firm Euro Pacific Capital and ran as a Ron Paul Republican for U.S. Senate in Connecticut, but did not get elected. He is well regarded as an economic prognosticator, and also hosts a radio show, on the April 3 edition of which he debated well-known libertarian anarchist Stefan Molyneux on the topic of minarchy vs. anarchy -- http://www.youtub...­ (thanks Michael Edelstein for the tip and link). Schiff is the son of tax resistor and former Libertarian Party presidential aspirant Irwin Schiff, who served time in jail as a political prisoner on tax-related charges.
> Love & Liberty,
>                                ((( starchild )))
> P.S. - I don't post here as often as I should; most of our local Libertarian Party online discussion tends to happen on our email list, [address removed] . Meetup members are welcome and encouraged to join us there and participate in the discussion.

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