Dr. Thomas Woods coming to New Braunfels!

October 9th, 2008 at 8:23 am EST


From the desk of Daniel D. New


You are cordially invited to attend
a gathering of patriotic Texans who will be
entertained and educated by

Dr. Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
4 December 2008
Christ Presbyterian Church
New Braunfels, Texas


Dr. Woods is an historian, scholar, author, and champion of the Constitution, and a very brave man.  How many New York Yankees will even show their faces in public in Texas?  And how many Catholics will speak in a Presbyterian church?  He is a Senior Fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, (where you can find a ten-lecture course on economics and political history), frequently contributes columns to Lew Rockwell's website, and is co-editor of Exploring American History: From Colonial Times to 1877, an 11-volume encyclopedia.  He is also an ardent supporter of the South, and of things Southern, particularly of the right of the People of the South to seek their own destiny.

Dr. Woods is an entertaining speaker, but unlike most entertainers, packs a powerful message in support of limited government, bound by Constitutional restraints, and tempered with Biblical principles.  You may get a copy of his books there, including the popular Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, or may bring your own copy and get it autographed.  You may also get his latest, Who Killed the Constitution?
Who Killed the Constitution? The Fate of American Liberty from World War I to George W. Bush  
"If you want to know why the federal government regulates the air you breathe, the water you drink, and the words you speak, read Who Killed the Constitution? This is a no-holds-barred, no-nonsense, non-ideological, profound analysis of why and how those in whose custody we have reposed the Constitution, those who have taken oaths to uphold it, have not only avoided preserving it but have intentionally exterminated it. When the history of these unfree times is written, Tom Woods and Kevin Gutzman's fearless work will be recognized as the standard against which all others are measured." -Judge Andrew Napolitano, Fox News senior judicial analyst and author of The Constitution in Exile

See his website here, www.thomasewoods.com/,

Unfortunately, the meeting is brief -- 7:00 pm, December 4.  Program will take approximately two hours.  I would prefer to drive half way across Texas (or across three of the lesser states) to spend a day basking in the brilliance of Dr. Woods, but even so, I'm planning to drive to New Braunfels, three hours each way, to spend two hours in his presence, and to then dine at a nearby restaurant with many of you. 

For more information, contact Bill Jones, <PiperWill@aol.com>. 



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