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David Almasi Talks About Taking Back Freedom Plaza

Last Friday, National Center executive director David W. Almasi — permit in hand — visited Washington, D.C.’s Freedom Plaza.  This is the where the National Center will be conducting free-market-oriented rallies and other events between February 13 and March 15.  This is also one of the two campsites for Occupy D.C.

Joining David on the plaza was Dan Joseph of MRCTV.  They talked about the permit and the National Center’s plans.


As the interview winds down, some of the plaza’s more permanent fixtures begin to stir and give a preview of the kind of interactions that might be in store for the National Center in the coming weeks.

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