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Philadelphia Freedom Center Awards “Potential 2012 Presidential Candidate” John Bolton

The Philadelphia Freedom Center, a conservative foreign policy and education think tank, is welcoming former Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton to the city.

Bolton will received the Patrick Henry Award for his refusal “to remain silent as socialist ideals and oppressive policies are imposed on the American people,” according to a statement from the group.

Interestingly, the former Ambassador is also billed as a “potential 2012 presidential candidate.”

David Horowitz founded what is today called the Freedom Center in 1988. The organization focuses on exposing links to international extremism, most notably Islamic extremism.

The Philadelphia Freedom Center was founded last year, and has quickly earned its stripes as a venue for strong and sometimes controversial speakers.

Last year the group hosted Lars Vilks, a Swedish cartoonist famous for his depiction of the Prophet Muhammad and the ensuing backlash.

3 Responses

  1. We are in a race to protect our existing Constitution. Short on Statesmen, long on liberals following a path of destruction, we need the direction and wisdom of John R.Bolton. Please encourage him to run for the Presidency in 2016 or sooner.

  2. We’ve learned that Carrie E. Fronczak, Queen of Genesis Island will be threre to also receive an award. It’s wrong to award someone who used her hidden finances to secretly and criminally fund rioting and terrorism against the United States. She REALLY does not believe in freedom, the ONLY thing she truly believes in is absolute power! Everyone knows, “Absolute Power Corrupts…ABSOLUTELY.”
    Her beliefs are just about the same as those of another dictator from WW2.
    Anytime she comes to the U.S., bad things happen. It has been ongoing for several years.

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