Category Archive: upcoming courses

Apr 14

Update: New speakers at Upcoming Las Vegas conference! Saturday, April 15, 2017

We have very alarming news to report regarding Ken Medenbach, our scheduled keynote speaker for April 15. Medenbach traveled to Nevada to watch the federal Bundy trial and to speak at Lysander Spooner University’s upcoming symposium. Ken is the world’s foremost authority on the history of judicial oaths and judicial review. Unfortunately, Ken was arrested …

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Apr 09

Government versus Freedom: Scholars Confront Tyranny, April 15 at the West Las Vegas Public Library

FREEDOM VERSUS GOVERNMENT SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 2017 Scholars Confront Tyranny Join us for a star-studded symposium at the West Las Vegas Public Library, 951 W Lake Mead Blvd, 1:00-4:00 pm. Auctions, book-signings, trivia, and more! Call Roger at 406-224-3105 for more info!

Mar 28

Ken Medenbach confirmed as speaker for Las Vegas symposium

Ken Medenbach, the world’s foremost authority on judicial oaths and their impacts on constitutional authority, will give a lecture at Lysander Spooner University’s upcoming April 15 symposium in Las Vegas. Professor Medenbach has spent years studying constitutional history and will inspire and amaze the crowd with his knowledge and insights. Medenbach was one of the …

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Mar 28

Amazing new speaker added for April 15 symposium: Kelli Stewart

Kelli Stewart, Oregon’s most provocative self-help freedom activist, mother of 4, and goat milk proponent, has been confirmed for April 15 at the West Las Vegas Public Library. Kelli will provide an inspiring lecture on contemporary threats to American families and freedom. She will address the startling growth of power among “child protective service” agencies …

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Mar 27

Roots, Lamb, and others to speak at Upcoming Lysander Spooner Symposium

The West Las Vegas Public Library will be the setting for an educational symposium on April 15, 2017. The forum has the working title, “Government versus Freedom: Scholars Confront Tyranny.” Dr. Roger Roots, J.D., Ph.D. will speak on “The Evils of Social Security.” LSU Professor of Journalism John Lamb will address the crowd with another …

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Jan 02

Join us for an afternoon of free lectures, refreshments and fun in Pahrump, Nevada!

An Incredible afternoon of lectures in Pahrump, Nevada! Join us for an afternoon of facts and fun! Saturday, January 7, 2017 at the public library in Pahrump, Nevada Free to the public! Everyone is welcome! Refreshments and Stimulating Lectures! 1:30 p.m.: Patricia Aiken, “Milestones to Tyranny: How We Got Here.” 2:15 p.m.: “Cowboys and Indians …

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Dec 07

New Event: January 7, 2017: An Incredible Afternoon of Education and Fun in Pahrump, Nevada

An Incredible afternoon of lectures! Saturday, January 7, 2017 at the public library in Pahrump, Nevada Free to the public! Everyone is welcome! Refreshments and Stimulating Lectures! 1:30 p.m.: Patricia Aiken, “Range Rights and Why they Matter” 2:30 p.m.: “Cowboys and Indians in the New West,” by Shawna Cox. Shawna was one of the “Malheur …

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Nov 27

January 13-16, 2017: Join us for ‘mountain climbing inside the Grand Canyon’

“Lose 15 pounds in 3 days hiking and climbing in the Grand Canyon!” January 13-16, 2017 is a three-day weekend celebrating Martin Luther King. For anyone planning on being in the greater Nevada/Utah/Arizona region in January, Lysander Spooner University will embark on a one-of-a-kind field trip in honor of Dr. King. Few people are aware …

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Aug 07

FIRST AMENDMENT LECTURE: Every Claim of Campaign Finance Reformers is Untrue

It is perhaps the biggest myth in American politics: that the private sector is “buying” elections through campaign spending. A version of this myth goes further and contends that capitalist billionaires are using political ads to move American government toward more free-market policies. One can find dozens of books (and hundreds of politicians) making these …

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Aug 06

Our annual research trip to Glacier National Park: weekend of September 9-11

The average date of first freeze in East Glacier, Montana falls around September 13. Around this date every year, summer melting begins to cease and snow and ice tend to start growing again in the Glacier Park area. Last year, Lysander Spooner University launched our climate change glacier-chasing research project. We aim to photograph and …

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