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Sound Money for America! Audit the Fed - Repeal the Federal Reserve Act!


Kansas City Federal Reserve Bldg.

November 22nd, 2009 12:00 Noon
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
27th and Main Street
Kansas City Missouri

"Call Your Senator about 604" booth

Activist Packs for you to distribute info to your friends, family, and neighborhood

"2 Minutes on the bullhorn" Everyone gets their 2 minutes


More To Be Announced!
Click HERE for fliers!
Click HERE for photos from previous End the Fed KC Rallies

Video from July 26, 2009 KC Ben Bernanke Angry Mob Protest to Audit The Fed:

Video from April 25, 2009 KC Monopoly March to End The Fed:

Video from November 22, 2008 KC END the FED:

Dave Browning and Jim Guest speaking at November 22, 2008 KC END the FED rally:

Darrell Castle speaking at the November 22, 2008 END the FED rally:

Discussion Forum

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Comment by Renea McMasters on November 2, 2008 at 5:36pm
Everyone..... We need to brainstorm so we can help in Witchita. I have been printing and burning. I chose to spend the money at Staples, rather than the chip in. I have a few things that I have not given out. Maybe we can all send a little something (materials that we have or chip in) to our friends in Witchita who are attending our rally. The contact is James Gragg. I am going to call him tomorrow to get a shipping address so I can send SOMETHING..... ANYTHING.
Cheers! Renea in Branson
Comment by Mark Thomas on November 2, 2008 at 5:24pm
Convert Campaign Signs to End The Fed

Folks, the repeal of the Federal Reserve Act is the most important issue of our time, perhaps of all time. We really need to get some significant attendance.

Lets recycle the campaign signs on Nov 5, and paste over them with End The Fed information. Since the signs are sturdy and a standard size, we can buy rolls of cheap poster paper (Walmart) and set up an assembly line to mass produce signs like:


If we get these re-posted right after the elections, they will attract attention while the campaign is still fresh in people's minds and while the president-elect is trying to explain his economic plans.This is a good way to bring your group together with a practical purpose that will atract many more people to the rally.
Comment by James Gragg on October 26, 2008 at 4:18am
Comment by Bryon Huber on October 25, 2008 at 8:04pm
I will look into obtaining a CYA permit. Just as an update, I passed out over 150 fliers today and almost everyone stopped to talk to me. I am also going to be doing radio interviews starting in the following weeks. We are also looking at the possibility of having some GREAT guest speakers, and if thats the case, and we can get people to to speak, then we will be gathering at the Liberty Memorial before the rally and listening to our guests. Things are growing massively, considering I starting organizing this on Tuesday. Stand by for more updates. But the more everyone one can get the word out, the better the overall voice will be. Let me worry about obtaining all the permits, rentals, and major direct issues. Keep your ideas coming and I will work toward making this an event to remember!
Comment by James Gragg on October 25, 2008 at 10:57am
YES!!!! That's the entire point that I have been trying to make. If we don't "cover this base" ANYTHING that we do could be construed as "an illegal assembly." What someone in city hall says NOW, may not be what law enforcement officers on the ground there do THEN. Its basically a CYA "issue."
Comment by Economic Hitman on October 24, 2008 at 6:48pm
Does anyone think we should obtain a permit anyway regardless of what City Hall says? Is one even necessary or available through city hall? Im just thinking if someone was to call-in a complaint and the police told us to disburse since we dont have a permit.

It would be ashame if people traveled any distance and were not able to rally and only because of a minor techincallity like not having a permit to gather. Just a thought.
Comment by Renea McMasters on October 24, 2008 at 5:28pm
Hey, James... I dig your signs! Rock on! Renea
Comment by James Gragg on October 24, 2008 at 8:24am
Something the boys and I did a couple of weeks back during the "banker's bailout" (the 9th of October I think). With a proper "go to" cite incorporated in such "roadside" signs (sort'a like the one shown on the lawn of the county courthouse here and below), we can reach A LOT of people in a hurry, BECAUSE, we frankly don't have enough "time" to talk to ENOUGH people, and coordinate all of the "planning." This has GOT TO "catch fire" all at once, all over. Whatever is "decided on," would be directly incorporated on flyers, business cards, window posters and the like. We've got "precient leaders" (CFL & RTR) all over the country that can do mail box drops and get "advertising" up in store windows and the like as well. Also, if anybody can still get the ole sign waves going still, that would work too.
Comment by James Gragg on October 24, 2008 at 7:56am
Comment by Steven Vincent on October 24, 2008 at 7:13am
Bryon- did you get your email fixed?

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