Students for Liberty Conference, February 12-14

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On February 12-14 the 3rd Annual International Students For Liberty Conference will be held at American University in Washington, D.C. This year's speakers include Cato Institute founder and President Ed Crane and former governor of New Mexico Gary Johnson. To register, go here

SFL also just announced the nominees for the 2010 Students For Liberty Awards, which will be presented at the conference. Each year the awards are presented to the student, event, and group of the year.  This year's nominees include a "revolution week" and a group that held a "How to Survive a Police Encounter" event.  Check out all the nominees here.

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  1. So are these things sausages fests or clam bakes?

    1. The beard ratio must be above 3/4.

      1. Any man there is either gay, single or has a stepford wife. Couldn’t have picked a more palatable date?

    2. Damn, my first thought was despite a fair amount of drinking there isn’t likely to be much sex.

      1. Au contrair, a marriage has in fact resulted from an SFL conference. Also, IHS seminars are great for libertarian hook ups.

  2. “How to Survive a Police Encounter”

    Kudos.

    Finally – useful instruction for our youth.

  3. Re: Shrike,

    For the next 4-6 years – ZERO [inflation]. We’re in a deflationary environment.

    Well – Good luck to you.

    Hey, gang – a Keynesian in our midst, and a very credulous one at that!

  4. And on Feb. 26-27, it’s the Federalist Society Symposium on Originalism, in Philly.

    Info hier.

  5. Natural rights are the gifts of our Creator, not government. It is life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, describing individual freedom. It only exists in America and is under assault today. Free individuals are the only pebble-droppers; the nails sticking up that government people are afraid of tripping over and seek to hammer down. It also means individual self-interest is more important than are the interest of communities. Obama and modern Democrats are opposed to that, as they are united in their support of Rousseau and Marx, not Jefferson and Madison. Check claysamerica.com for a new book, SAVE PEBBLE DROPPERS & PROSPERITY, soon to be on Amazon.com.

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