Happy New Year! I have many updates, but for now – Judd and I will be attending, photographing and speaking at the ALS Friedman and World Taxpayers Associations Joint Conference in Sydney, Australia in May. Buy your tickets here! The announcement … Continue reading Confirmed! Speaking in Sydney Australia in May 2019!
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
Snapshots of my year in order. Most of these pictures were taken by Judd Weiss. See them all at Taste it Twice. Continue reading Twenty Fourteen in Pictures
“So, I made this fantastic goal for myself to write 24 blog entries this year. Two a month. The plan was around the 1st and 15th of each month. It’s not even that big a feat, considering how many people … Continue reading Breaking Resolutions
“So, I guess we’ll back up to July of 2010, when I flew from my home in Los Angeles to New York for an annual hippie festival I’d been attending for years. It was already set to be a wild adventure – I flew out with clothing, a sleeping bag and a pillow, but no tent. I had no room for one in my baggage and decided I knew so many people at the festival that I would find someone to let me share their tent. It was a crazy idea, I’ll admit, but I love those kinds of situations. … Continue reading The Context (Leading up to the Summer of 2011)
“I found that San Francisco reminded me of Boston. It was a strange thing to discover, but truly, there was something oddly familiar about the landscape. It was also colder than I expected, and foggier, and though the weather is certainly preferable to Boston, it had that same gloominess on occasion that I found unpleasant.” More at Taste it Twice. Continue reading The Place in My Heart for San Francisco