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By Jim Kouri
Posted 1:00 AM Eastern
October 5, 2007

Celebrated columnist Tom DeWeese will appear as the Award Banquet Speaker for the 2007 Tax Freedom Rally in Sacramento, California scheduled for October 19 through 21.

A prolific writer and commentator, DeWeese will discuss the North American Union.

Free Enterprise Society's will be sponsoring the Abolish the Income Tax rally and there will be a cavalcade researchers, authors and attorneys speaking about the subject of taxes and freedom, and the US Constitution.

In addition to Tom DeWeese, guest speakers will include former IRS Special Agent Joe Banister, who now believes the income tax is not required; Attorney Tom Cryer, who was prosecuted for not filing federal income tax returns and was recently acquitted by a jury of his peers; We The People Foundation for Constitutional Education Chairman Robert Schulz; constitutional attorney Larry Becraft; Former IRS Agent Sherry Jackson; Former FBI Special Agent Ted Gunderson; 911 video producer David von Kleist; talk show host and legal expert Dave Champion; Rae Copitka & Loma Wharton, who will speak on county lien procedures; Free Enterprise Society's Director and host of the rally Steve Hempfling; and Freedom Law School's President Peymon Mottahedeh.

According to its Director, Steve Hempfling, the Free Enterprise Society is primarily educational and conducts seminars to help people learn more about their heritage in America. It is no secret that most people fear certain government agencies, such as the IRS. Ignorance is the primary cause of this fear and history shows that knowledge is the key to overcoming fear.

"Our seminars are available on tape with an accompanying study guide. No other organization does encapsulated seminars quite like ours," said Hempfling.


The Free Enterprise Society was formed in 1979 by a small group of individuals who were very concerned about the simultaneous expansion of bureaucracy, erosion of individual rights, and plunder of private wealth by slick government debt and taxing schemes.

Unlike groups that merely paid lip service to freedom, Free Enterprise Society put their money where their mouth was. With their homes, jobs, and reputations at stake, Free Enterprise Society members held official authority accountable under the United States Constitution, which is the Supreme Law of the Land in this country.

"Many of these challenges went into the courts. There were both wins and losses. The wins we celebrated; the losses were studied very carefully to prevent their repetition," said the group's director.

Tom DeWeese, president of the American Policy Center and Editor of The DeWeese Report, is one of's most popular columnists. He is also one of the most quoted conservative writers on the Internet.

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His American Policy Center is one of America's leading grassroots, activist organizations. Its action alert system, Sledgehammer, mobilizes thousands of activists through fax and e-mail when legislative action is required. Regular legislative updates are issued bi-weekly through the APC Newswire.

Contact Information

The best time to reach the Free Enterprise Society by phone is 9-5pm Pacific Time.

Or write to the society at the address below:

Telephone 209-966-7040
FAX 559-272-6182
Postal address 2037 W. Bullard Avenue #353,
Fresno, California 93711

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In addition to Tom DeWeese, guest speakers will include former IRS Special Agent Joe Banister