I had an absolute blast this year at the 7th Australian Libertarian Society Friedman Conference, co-hosted by the World Taxpayers Associations and the Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance. I participated in two panels – one on the Drug War and another on Agorism. I also moderated a panel on the utilization of Social Media. Video of these panels will eventually be posted.
Besides the speeches, however, my focus was on capturing the attendees and moments of the conference. In 2017, I attended ALSFC with Judd Weiss, and we both spoke and photographed the event (the 2017 album can be found here). This year, Judd was busy with our company (Lit.Club), and so I came out solo.
Not only was the conference a blast (with daytime speeches, cocktail receptions in the evenings, a banquet, a yacht cruise in Sydney Harbor…) but there was also a bonus day the Monday after the conference where we got to do a Wildlife Walkabout and meet Koalas and Kangaroos as well as visit several wineries for wine tasting!
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I just got home from 4 days in Acapulco, Mexico, where I attended the Anarchapulco conference. I did a main stage speech on Friday (30 minutes) about the nature of Liberty and I did a little Q&A panel on Sunday … Continue reading Anarchapulco 2019 – Peaceful Parenting Q&A
I don’t keep a good public schedule of my events, and it’s unfortunate because I know some people would like to see me when I’m traveling. So far this year: In January, I spoke at a fundraiser for LP Bexar … Continue reading Travel (Speeches/Photos) 2018
I’ll be in New Hampshire speaking at PorcFest! PorcFest is June 21-25th, I’ll be speaking twice on Thursday the 22nd. Women in libertarianism, growing up libertarian, my optimism about the movement and tips for talking about it – if you can make it, please come! Register at PorcFest.com. Continue reading Speaking at PorcFest 2017
“A side note: if you find it hard to step outside whatever your hard-won, strongly-held political beliefs may be in order to perhaps attempt to sincerely understand your opponents’ points of view instead of just hopping to the assumption that Democrats seek to enslave through taxes and Republicans seek to start wars in countries with brown people so we can have their oil, perhaps you may find a level of discourse which is productive, intelligent and integritous.” Read more at Taste it Twice. Continue reading What happened to “Yes, We Can”?