Ron Paul to speak at university next month
Ron Paul, the former Texas congressman who sought the Republican nomination for president in 2012, will speak next month at Colorado Mesa University.
Paul is to speak about “Liberty Defined: The Future of Freedom” in the appearance on Sept. 24, according to BlueRepublican.org, which says the Colorado Blue Republican chapter is hosting the event.
Paul now heads the Campaign for Liberty, which calls for a noninterventionist foreign policy, opposition to the Federal Reserve System and fidelity to the Constitution.
Blue Republicans refers to an effort founded by British citizen and permanent U.S. resident, Robin Koerner, as a group of liberals who joined the GOP to support Ron Paul.
Tisha Casida, a Pueblo woman who mounted a bid for the 3rd Congressional District in 2012 as an unaffiliated voter, is the chairwoman of the Colorado Blue Republicans.
Paul is a counselor to the Ludwig Van Mises Institute and the author of several books, including “Challenge to Liberty,” “The Case for Gold,” and “A Republic, If You Can Keep It.”
Admission to the event will be free, but will require tickets, which soon will be available online, phone or mail, according to bluerepublican.org.