What freedom advocate could resist hearing representatives from The Cato Institute, The Institute for Humane Studies, The Atlas Society, The Independent Institute and The Advocates for Self-Government and others all gathered together in one place and speaking for individual liberty?
That one place is the campus of the University of North Texas in Denton and the "when" is this Saturday, October 19 and runs from 7:00 AM to 10 PM.
The event is the Students for Liberty Dallas Regional Conference, hosted by the UNT Young Americans for Liberty and supported by libertarian groups and Texas Libertarian Party county affiliates around the area.
The conference is billed as a day-long event that will "feature tremendous speakers, panels, and breakout sessions on the ideas behind a free society and the actions necessary to implement them."
The Students for Liberty website has all the information including registration, speaker line-up and biographies, place, time, date, map and more.
For last minute information and changes check in at the 2013 SFL Dallas Regional Conference Facebook page.
At this writing, according to the Facebook "Going" list box, 190 area libertarians and similar freedom fans have the event in their sights while another 93 self-identify as "Maybes."
But Stay-at-Homes can make an impact on the conference as well. This just made it into Dallas Libertarian Examiner's Master Computer from YAL Exec Director Jeff Frazee on Tuesday:
"Today, YAL kicks off its Fall Fund Drive, and one very generous YAL supporter has already agreed to match every dollar I can raise up to $100,000!"
To add yourself to that important list box – all Goings, Maybes, Inviteds and Staying Puts included – point your credit card or PayPal account to the YAL Donation page.
Then point your street legal vehicle toward the UNT campus in Denton and become a student of liberty.
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