Patrick Byrne, Tom Woods, and Nomi Prins on Strategies for Liberty
February 25, 2017San Diego, California
Archived audio and video of this event is available here.
Join us in San Diego for an uncompromising symposium on the future of liberty. Our keynote speaker is Patrick Byrne, the brilliant and innovative founder of Overstock.com. We'll also hear from Tom Woods, Nomi Prins, Michael Boldin, Richard Rider, Chris Casey, Albert Lu, and Jeff Deist. The event takes place in San Diego on Saturday, 25 February 2017, at the beautiful Liberty Station Conference Center in Point Loma. (Students use scholarship application below.)
With the election over, liberty-minded Americans must reassess how we move toward more liberty in our lifetimes. Our great lineup of speakers will leave you invigorated, optimistic, and armed with knowledge to live more freely in 2017. Topics include:
- Patrick Byrne on why we fight;
- Tom Woods on how he found freedom in an unfree world;
- Nomi Prins, author of All the Presidents' Bankers, on protecting yourself from the next global crisis;
- Jeff Deist on libertarian mindset; and
- Michael Boldin and Richard Rider on winning locally.
Audience participation, in the form of panel discussions, Q and A, and networking will be encouraged. Attire is smart-casual (no tie). 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Registration fee is $40 per person and includes brunch buffet with cash bar Mimosas and Bloody Marys.
Event photos are available at Mises.org/SanDiego17.
Driving directions to Liberty Station Conference Center
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