A lot of Free Staters participate in political activism and have been racking up victories. Want to be politically active? Learn about the opportunities and the process by attending this panel.
What cultural, economic, and policy changes will lead to a pure free market in education, and how will we benefit? Can we create an education sector more exciting, larger, and job creating than the tech sector?
Joël’s talk will bring us up to date on the latest developments in Dash, one of the most exciting cryptocurrencies around. He’ll also provide some previews about what Dash has coming down the pike.
How can you signal your value in the marketplace without getting certification from the state? Why more young adults are choosing non-traditional educational paths, and why you should pay attention? Followed by a Q&A in the upper picnic tent at 5:00.
Hot Lights. House Beats. Sensual Dance. Let Loose. Dress to Get Laid.
*with DJ Capital Z*
Freeing our minds from statist imprisonment is a centerpiece of furthering freedom as we embrace logic and rationality. But less discussed are the restraints we — and all human beings — carry in our emotional bodies even if we’ve already escaped our institutional programming.
Come learn why these panelists decided to quit jobs that were incompatible with their values and how they made it happen.
Ross Ulbricht’s mother will provide an overview of her son’s situation, along with the latest news on the appeal of his outrageous double-life sentence for running the Silk Road website.
Our entire system of government is based on elected officials representing the people. Do you feel represented? Representative government has become a euphemism for unrepresentative government. We can change that.
Advocates for educational freedom mostly agree on the destination but disagree on how to get there. This session will explore the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches, describe the various obstacles to educational freedom, and attempt to sketch out a path that is both principled and pragmatic.