NASHVILLE, Tenn (Legal Newsline) - Kevin Freeman, a New York Times bestselling author, will speak at the Tennessee Republican Assembly conference this year.
TRA will hold its annual conference, entitled "Assessing America's Risk of Economic Warfare and Collapse," on March 29 at the Millennium Maxwell Hotel in Nashville, according to a March 20 press release.
"There is great turmoil in the world today, and it will not bypass Tennessee," the TRA press release states. "It is not prudent to ignore the economic situation the U.S. is in and how it affects national and state security."
This year's headline speaker, Freeman, has consulted for U.S. House and Senate members, the CIA, FBI, HHS, the Justice Department and numerous state and local law enforcement agencies, the press release states.
His 2012 book, "Secret Weapon: How Economic Terrorism Brought Down the U.S. Stock Market and Why it Can Happen Again" made the New York Times Bestseller list. His newest book, "Game Plan: How to Protect Yourself from the Coming Cyber-Economic Attack" discusses the potential for cyber terrorism and what he says is the "House of Cards" that is the United States today.
Other speakers include Frank Gaffney, founder and president of the Center for Security Policy in Washington, and Michael Del Rosso, senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
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