Posted: April 30, 20108:58 pm Eastern
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MIAMI, Fla. â€“ The call has been sounded for the 2010 "Taking America Back" national conference here in September at the fabulous Doral Resort, with WND columnist Ann Coulter among the feature speakers.
And now your opportunity to participate at the low early bird rates has been extended.
The "Taking America Back" event is about freedom â€“ the freedom the founding generation of leaders fought for in establishing the United States. But the nation has moved from being freedom fighters to comfort lovers, and now it is time "to choose the kind of country in which we want to live â€“ whether we want to live under the rule of law or under the rule of man."
The question is will you be there when thousands of tea partiers, freedom-fighters and liberty lovers convene for an uncompromising strategic planning retreat for setting the country back on course of constitutional self-government?
Are you ready, willing and able to help take America back?
Coulter, author of seven New York Times best-sellers, joins other confirmed speakers Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WND; WND columnist Alan Keyes; WND senior staff writer Jerome Corsi, author of the No. 1 New York Times best-seller "The Obama Nation" and his latest book, "The Shroud Codex"; WND Jerusalem bureau chief Aaron Klein, author of "The Late Great State of Israel"; and WND managing editor David Kupelian, author of the best-selling "The Marketing of Evil" and its brand-new sequel, "How Evil Works."
"Ann Coulter is a favorite of WND readers and a favorite of mine," said Farah. "We don't always agree, but reading and listening to Ann is always informative, engaging and fun."
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The three-day conference takes place Sept. 16-18, and many more speakers will be announced in the weeks and months to come. But the incredibly low hotel rates will not last much longer.
The Doral Resort is one of the nation's most prestigious. But hotel rooms have been negotiated for this event at an amazing $89. That's cheaper than any nearby hotels or even motels.