Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm CDT September 19, 2013
Location: Hedberg Library
“Educate and inform the whole mass of the people … They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty” — Thomas Jefferson
COIL — Carthage On Individual Liberty — holds its first and second meetings of the school year Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 18 and 19. Join us.
Who are we?
COIL — Carthage On Individual Liberty — is a political catch-all group on campus, loosely affiliated with YAL (Young Americans for Liberty, a national organization. COIL fosters discussion about political views that tend to be ignored by the major parties (Federal Reserve, War on Drugs, Alternative Foreign Policies, etc.). All perspectives on all political issues are encouraged. Libertarians, Independents, Green Party, Ron Paul supporters, unaffiliated, Justice Party, Constitutionalists … You name it, you’re welcome. (Republicans and Democrats included!)
What do we do?
We host political speakers, research and help people apply for political internships, work in activism and awareness projects, send members to conferences, discuss alternative views on big issues (sometimes over coffee), spread the message of liberty, hold third party debate screenings, and so much more.
Where are we meeting?
Hedberg Library Room 170 (downstairs in front of the Niemann Media Theater).
When are we meeting?
First meeting — Wednesday Sept. 18, 5-6 p.m., immediately after the Constitution Day Lecture taking place in the Niemann Media Theater)
2nd Meeting — Thursday, Sept. 19 5-6 p.m. Includes free pizza!
Why should you come?
Come to share, meet friends with interesting political views, hear the side of the issues you never get, help us plan for this semester (decide what speakers we should get, field trips we should take, topics to cover, etc.), eat FREE PIZZA, and exercise your free speech.