FDN Annual Event 2014

June 10, 2014One Comment

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Full Disclosure Network® Internet – TV Series Celebrated our 22nd Anniversary earlier this year by hosting the Annual Brunch at the California Yacht Club in Marina del Rey for members and supporters of the non-profit, Emmy Award-winning “news behind the news” Internet and cable TV programs. Watch this 34  minute video summary of the event program, where  outstanding, exclusive highlights from FDN’s speakers and most recent productions,were featured,  including the following.


•Honoring the birthday of President James Madison -March 16th  Guest Speaker G. Edward Griffin, Historian and Author in unique presentation on the role of Madison in the creation of the U.S. Constitution. Listen to the full presentation here:  Brunch2014TranscriptAudioCredits

L.A. Sheriff’s Lt. Patrick Gomez (ret.) presentation covering the importance of the First Amendment and the Oath of Office, taken by sheriffs, police officers, and other public officials.

Sneak Preview from FDN’s New Series entitled “The Federal Reserve: Abuse or Benefit Americans?” featuring B. Scott Minerd, Chief Investment Officer and Founding Partner of Guggenheim Partners, and member of the Market Advisory Board to the New York Federal Reserve Bank; G. Edward Griffin, author of the classic “The Creature from Jekyll Island”; and Allan Meltzer, Ph.D., Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution.

The International Visitors Meet with FDN  State Department Leadership Program, sponsored by the International Visitors Council of Los Angeles,  invited 19 delegates from different countries to participate in its Accountability in Government II program, to learn about how the Full Disclosure Network® covers the government role of ethics and accountability in governance.

1 comment to “FDN Annual Event 2014”

  1. Comment on Griffin's Speech | June 14, 2014 | Permalink Reply

    Dear Sir,
    FYI, there are a number of publications that ‘annotate’ the federal Constitution.
    One of them is by the federal CRS itself, being the ‘official’ statement.
    Another one is “The Founder’s Constitution”, available online.
    There are many others.
    The problem w/this approach is the modern interpretation involved w/establishing founder’s intent.
    There are too many opinions and too few material facts in support of most of these opinions.
    Just something to think about … Chris

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