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Friday, June 18, 2010

9/11 - Blueprint for Truth: The Architecture of Destruction

Richard Gage, founder and spokesperson for Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, will deliver a public talk on Blueprint for Truth: The Architecture of Destruction. Gageprovides a comprehensive analysis of the unprecedented global building destruction at the World Trade Center, which has been officially attributed to hydrocarbon fires. He explains why his evaluation casts grave doubt on the media stories and official reports by the 9/11 Commission, FEMA, and NIST, and indicates instead the use of controlled demolition.

Saturday, June 26, 2010 at 7:00 PM at St. Mark’s Church,
3809 E. 3rd Street

(just south of Speedway and west of Alvernon).

Gage is a member of the American Institute of Architects

and has specialized for 20 years in large steel-construction

design and building.

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Monday, April 12, 2010

How Can We Get Tax Policy Right? Wed. April 14, 2010 @ 7pm

How Can We Get Tax Policy Right?

a conversation with

Tom Volgy,

U of A professor and former Tucson mayor

Steve Kozachik,

city council member

John Kromko,

Pima Association of Taxpayers and former legislator

With decades of public service, activism and scholarship between them, three local leaders will discuss the nature and importance of taxation in a just, sustainable society. The focus will be on the challenges facing local and state governments.

Tax policy has taken the main stage of public interest at the local, state and national levels. How government should fund itself is a question elected officials seem unable to address in public without using the topic to score political points. Can good public policy trump political opportunism in the end, or are we doomed to a vicious cycle of electioneering and bureaucratic malaise? An economic downturn exposes the weaknesses of current tax policy. What will it take to correct the system?

What do you think?

Wednesday, April 14th


Ward 6 Community Room, 3202 E. 1st Street

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To whet your appetite on the topic, check out the commentary of investor Irwin Stelzer at the American Enterprise Institute, where he challenges the free market mantras.
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