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Living Free in an Unfree World

The State knows no limits when it comes to intervening in the economy and our lives. From the value of our hard-earned income to the flow of water in our showerheads, nothing is out of reach for meddling bureaucrats.

Ludwig von Mises explained, "The ultimate basis of an all around bureaucratic system is violence." Yet we advocate and hope for a world of peaceful cooperation and flourishing markets. 

It's doubtful that politics holds all the answers. We cannot just sit and wait for the government to restrain itself. Politicians come and go, but the administrative state is entrenched.

What are the avenues for sidestepping the State? How can we live our lives according to the principles of free markets and liberty despite government encroachment?

Join us in Albuquerque, New Mexico to tackle these questions. Dr. Peter Klein and Ryan McMaken will discuss the potential for markets to displace the State. We'll explore the prospect of political decentralization, new technology, and alternative media. The State destroys and lies, but hope remains while brace entrepreneurs build alternative solutions and good people remain committed to the truth.

This event is an essential gathering for anyone committed to understanding and applying the principles of freedom and Austrian economics to navigate and thrive in a world dominated by the State.


10:00 a.m. - Registration and bookstore open

11:00 a.m. - Dr. Peter Klein

11:30 a.m. - Ryan McMaken

12:00 p.m. - Lunch

1:00 p.m. - Q&A with Peter Klein and Ryan McMaken


We'll meet on Saturday, September 14 at Tomasita's Albuquerque New Mexican Restaurant, 4949 Pan American Freeway NE. Registration is $60 per person and includes a catered lunch.

Special thanks to George and Sally Gundrey for sponsoring this event.

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