I'm excited to say that I'll be attending and speaking at this year's PorcFest, the annual celebration of the beautiful mad dreamers of the Free State Project up in New Hampshire. Among the other keynote speakers will be the the great Patrick Byrne of Overstock.com (who wrote a Ph.D. philosophy dissertation on Robert Nozick!) and Joel Salatin, the self-described "Christian-conservative-libertarian-environmentalist lunatic" who wants to create sustainable agriculture without government subsidies.
Here's how the organizers talk about PorcFest:
The Porcupine Freedom Festival is the flagship annual event of the Free State Project. It is a week long celebration of liberty at Roger's Campground in Northern New Hampshire. Over 1,500 people are expected to attend this unique camping event which includes activities for all ages. Camp fires, panel discussions, presentations, movies, live talk shows, dancing, singing, music, food, parties, all around liberty-loving good times, and more are to be found at the most exciting liberty event of the year. PorcFest is a showcase of some of New Hampshire's finest in the scenic view of the White Mountains.
Check out the schedule here for a sense of the wide-ranging and sounds-great events, panels, discussions, and speakers.
TODAY IS THE LAST DAY YOU CAN REGISTER FOR $75 RATHER THAN $100!
Read Garrett Quinn's June 2013 feature story, "The Free State Project Grows Up: How Libertarians are Changing the Face of New Hampshire."