How Government Destroys Private Wealth: The Mises Circle in Houston
January 22, 2011Hilton Houston Post Oak
Sponsored by Jeremy Davis
Through regulations, taxation, inflation of the money supply, trade restrictions, and tethers on private associations, government is nothing but a massive drain on prosperity. The situation has become deeply dangerous for the future of freedom in this country, with young people unable to find jobs, opportunities being destroyed in sector after sector, banks and corporations living on the dole, and so many regulations that we are iiving under something nearly as egregious as a Soviet-style central plan.
Our speakers will address the implications and what to do about it. They will discuss free enterprise: words that Obama seems to have difficulty uttering to say nothing of practicing.
8:30 a.m. Registration begins, coffee, Bookstore open
9:30 a.m. Welcome, Douglas French
9:45 a.m. Douglas French "Destroying Capital with the Printing Press"
10:15 a.m. Charles Goyette "Wreckonomics: While the People Sleep"
10:45 a.m. Discussion and refreshments, Bookstore open
11:00 a.m. Bob Higgs "Government is Responding to the Crisis—Run for Your Life!"
11:30 a.m. Lunch with Congressman Ron Paul, "Banking and the Fed as Enemies of Prosperity"
1:15 p.m. Lew Rockwell "Hazlitt and Keynes"
2:00 p.m. Adjourn
Bookstore closes 3:00 p.m.
James W. Fogal CFP®, Director of Development for the Institute, is available during breaks and after adjournment to discuss charitable/tax saving strategies.
Registration fee is $85 per person, which includes lunch and refreshment breaks. (There is a non-refundable registration processing fee of $25 for cancelations with refunds.) Student scholarships are available.
This event will take place in the Ballroom of Hilton Houston Post Oak, 2001 Post Oak Blvd., Houston, Texas. For accommodations at the Hilton Post Oak, call 713-961-9300.
Valet parking at the Hilton is $13 for the day or $25 overnight. On-site garage parking is $10 during Mises Circle.
Publicity Waiver: Registering for this event gives the Mises Institute permission to take photos of attendees and use the photos for fundraising purposes. By this authorization, attendees understand and agree that no participant shall receive remuneration and that all rights, title and interest to the photos and use of them belongs to the Mises Institute.