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Appearances

I’m thrilled to be speaking on the Laissez-Faire Books panel at the FreedomFest libertarian convention this week in Las Vegas!

Here’s the lineup, in order of appearance:

  • Robert Murphy, speaking on alternative educational institutions
  • Wendy McElroy, speaking on the topic of her new book, The Art of Being Free
  • Jeffrey Tucker, on “defying the plan through your own digital civilization”
  • Douglas French, on how spreading liberty is “not just for non-profits anymore”
  • Jacob Huebert, on private forms of security and dispute-management, and
  • Stefan Molyneux, on “redefining communities of peace and learning”

We’ll also be  at the Laissez-Faire Books store throughout the convention selling and signing books. So if you’re going to FreedomFest, come see us!

By the way, if you haven’t already, take a look at LFB’s Laissez-Faire Club. For $10 a month, you get a new free eBook every week plus access to the archive of all past eBooks, exclusive communities, seminars, and more. You can check out LFB and the Club on Facebook, too.



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Speaking on the Fed in Chicago

by Jacob Huebert on April 18, 2012
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Next Wednesday night, I’ll be speaking at Chicago’s Museum of Broadcast Communication on whether we should end the Federal Reserve and, if so, what should replace it. (My short answers: yes; the free market.)

Get the details from America’s Future Foundation, which is sponsoring the event.



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Speaking in Seattle and North Dakota

by Jacob Huebert on April 6, 2012
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On the following two Mondays, I’ll be speaking to Federalist Society chapters in Seattle and North Dakota, respectively.

On Monday, April 9, at 12:30 p.m., I’ll speak at the University of Washington School of Law on “Why Progressives (and Everyone) Should Support Economic Liberty.”

On Monday, April 16, at 12 p.m., at the University of North Dakota School of Law, I’ll debate Professor Eric E. Johnson on whether law schools should have to be accredited and lawyers should have to be licensed.

Both events are free and open to the public.



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Debating Intellectual Property at Dayton Law School

by Jacob Huebert on February 22, 2012
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Do we need copyrights and patents?  I’ll argue that we don’t in a debate sponsored by the Federalist Society at Dayton Law School on Monday, February 27, at 12:30 p.m.  Taking the other side will be Professor Sam Han.

The event is free and open to the public.



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Speaking in Portland on Freedom’s Future

by Jacob Huebert on November 5, 2011
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On Saturday, November 19, I’ll be speaking at the annual Freedom Seminar in Portland, Oregon. This year’s theme is “Freedom’s Future.” My lecture topics are “Is There Hope for Liberty in Our Lifetime?” and “Ideas: Are They Property?”.

I’m honored to be sharing the bill with the heroic Jacob Hornberger, president of the Future of Freedom Foundation. He’ll be speaking on “Why Protection of Civil Liberties Matters” and “Economic Liberty: Key to Freedom.”

The event will run from 9:20 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Lake Oswego, just south of Portland. Get the full details and register here.



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Speaking at PorcFest in New Hampshire

by Jacob Huebert on June 9, 2011
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The folks behind the Free State Project in New Hampshire have a massive event every summer called the Porcupine Freedom Festival (better known as “PorcFest“) in Lancaster, New Hampshire.

I’ll be speaking there this year on Saturday, June 25, at 2:00 p.m. on “How Not to Create a Libertarian Society.”  I look forward to visiting New Hampshire for the first time and, more importantly, to meeting the Free Staters and other libertarians.



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Tune in to Ron Paul Moneybomb Radio June 5

by Jacob Huebert on June 4, 2011
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Tomorrow, Ron Paul is having a “moneybomb” fundraiser on the anniversary of the U.S. government’s prohibition of gold ownership in 1933.

At the same time, the moneybomb’s organizers are holding an internet radio marathon from 9 a.m. to midnight Eastern on the moneybomb’s official website.

I’ll be on at 3:30 p.m. with host Jason Rink. Rink’s two-hour segment will also feature the heroic Adam Kokesh at 3:00 p.m., Peter Schiff at 4:00 p.m., and Charles Goyette at 4:30 p.m.

You can also hear other great libertarians throughout the day, including Karen Kwiatowski at 10:00 a.m., Walter Block at 12:30 p.m., Ron Paul himself at 6:00 p.m., Dan McCarthy at 7:00 p.m., Butler Shaffer at 8:00 p.m., and Anthony Gregory at 10:30 p.m.

To tune in, just go to legalizegoldandsilver.com tomorrow, June 5.



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The video of my speech a the Nullify Now event in Cincinnati is now online. I talk about nullifying the PATRIOT Act, nullifying TSA tyranny, and, most importantly, nullifying the State in your own mind.

If you’re anywhere near Austin, Texas, be sure to check out the Nullify Now event there on April 16.  I won’t be at that one, but you’ll get to hear Tom Woods, the Tenth Amendment Center’s Michael Boldin, the Foundation for a Free Society‘s Jason Rink, Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes, and other great libertarian speakers.

As for me, I’ll be at the Mises Circle in Chicago this weekend, and then giving a talk calling for the abolition of copyright and patents at Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa, California on April 14.

UPDATE:  Read the speech at LewRockwell.com.  



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I’ll be speaking at an event hosted by the Federalist Society at Whittier Law School, Room 9, in Costa Mesa, California on Thursday, April 14 at noon.

The topic: “Intellectual Property Versus Freedom and Prosperity.”  In other words, I’ll be talking about why patents and copyrights are immoral, are unnecessary, and should be abolished.

The event is free and open to the public.



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Speaking at the Mises Circle in Chicago

by Jacob Huebert on March 22, 2011
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On April 9, I’ll be speaking about libertarianism at a Mises Circle event in Chicago.  Other featured speakers include Walter Block, Douglas French, Roderick Long, and Yuri Maltsev.

Get all the details and register here.  Student scholarships are available.



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