Tom Tancredo, Judge Andrew Napolitano among the guests coming to Tampa this weekend for "Save America Convention" (video)

The arrivals of both Barack Obama as President and a debt never before seen has had many conservatives muttering that America itself is on the precipice.  If you subscribe to this notion of our future then perhaps you'll want to get tickets to a weekend event taking place in downtown Tampa featuring some stars from the Liberatarian/Conservative axis.

The name of the program is called the Save America Conference: Solutions for the escalating crises. Among the heavy hitters who will be speaking at the 3-day event that takes place at Tampa's Marriott Waterside include Fox News commentator Judge Andrew Napolitano, former Colorado GOP Congressman Tom Tancredo and former New Mexico Republican Governor Gary Johnson.

Taking a gander at the itinerary of the event and you'll quickly note that it's stocked with a lot of men who have serious issues with the Federal Reserve Board.

Now how'd I get that impression? Well, let's see.  On Friday night there's a video presentation by Neal Fox called "Sue The Fed," followed up with a discussion by Dr. Richard Davis called "suing the Federal Reserve."  On Saturday, G. Edward Griffin will the first formal speaker of the day, where he'll take questions about his best known book The Creature from Jekyll Island. A second look at the Federal Reserve. Then you have Paul St. John, author of  Great American Coup of 1913.  That's followed up with Dr. Davis again, the author of Money Crimes; Suing the Federal Reserve. You get the idea.

On Sunday Gary Johnson, the former Governor of New Mexico perhaps best known for his advocacy to legalize marijuana when he served in office in the late 90's and early aughts, will speak to the audience, as will as anti-illegal immigrant activist and former Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo.

For more information about the conference, go to their website, listed here.

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