Dave took a break from preparing for next Tuesday’s Missouri Supreme Court argument to talk about the Freedom Center’s work with the Harned brothers in St. Charles. Take a peek inside the making of a podcast!
On April 7, 2011, we held a press conference outside the St. Louis County Courthouse to announce the filing of Mills v. City of Hazelwood. Listen to Dave and our clients explain the importance of this fight for constitutional protections for property rights!
This is the video of Dave’s talk at the Consent of the Governed Rally, held at the State Capitol in Jefferson City on January 5, 2011:
This is a presentation Dave offered at the November 22, 2010, Economic Freedom Conference hosted by the Eureka Tea Party. Part I: Part II:
Here is the video from Dave’s discussion about the current state of animal husbandry in Missouri, presented at the Missouri Equine Council’s annual Equine Celebration at the Boone County Fairgrounds:
Our friends at the Show-Me Institute recently posted video of one of Dave Roland’s presentations on eminent domain abuse in Missouri.
This is the video of Dave’s March 1 debate with conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly regarding whether states should consider calling for a national convention to consider amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Part I of the debate: Part II of the debate:
Our first case, Kansas City Primer Apartments v. Missouri Real Estate Commission went to trial in June of 2010. As this press release explains, we’ve asked the Missouri Supreme Court to rule that if free speech means anything, it means that the government cannot prohibit the communication of truthful, harmless information.