Political Ideologies in Election Time is the Topic of a Monthly Gathering of Freedom & Virtue Institute

Fort Myers, FL, August 07, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Political ideologies will be discussed at the Freedom & Virtue Institute’s next Hour of Freedom to be held on August 18 at 6 p.m. at The Forest Country Club in Fort Myers.

As election time nears, the political discourse often labels politicians and others as conservative, moderate, liberal, or progressive. But what is the true meaning of these varying ideological positions and what implications do they have on our election options? How can we hold politicians accountable? Ismael Hernandez, executive director of the Freedom & Virtue Institute, will lead the discussion on this timely topic.

The Hour of Freedom is an informal gathering for individuals who believe in the principles of a free society as advocated by America’s founding fathers.

The event is open to the public and there is no cost to attend. The Forest Country Club is located along US 41 between Gladiolus Road/Six Mile Cypress Pkwy and Island Park Road. The address is 6100 Club Boulevard SW, Fort Myers, FL 33908. More information can be found at www.FVInstitute.org or by calling (239) 322-8082. Reservations are requested by e-mail to Ismael@fvinstitute.org.

About FVI
The Freedom & Virtue Institute is a not-for-profit organization that works in the local community to champion the virtues of individual freedom, limited government, and human dignity at the heart of America’s founding. The mission of FVI is to promote the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, and traditional values through local initiatives based right here in Southwest Florida.

The Freedom & Virtue Institute offers opportunities to learn, dialogue and live out the principles of a free and virtuous society through relevant and practical outlets. Through effective workshops, consultation, and educational conferences the Freedom & Virtue Institute bridges the gap between thinkers and doers to develop local networks of “activists for freedom.” Additionally, hands-on opportunities are offered for young people to discover if they have an entrepreneurial vocation that will enable them to create avenues for creativity and prosperity.

The Freedom & Virtue Institute is non-partisan and non-denominational. Everyone interested in preserving and enjoying the freedom that has made our country great is invited to participate. More information can be found at www.FVInstitute.org or by calling (239) 322-8082.

Freedom & Virtue Institute
Mary Briggs
Ismael Hernandez
Founder & Director
(239) 245-8255