Monday, April 30, 2018

Libertarian calendar for April 2018

April 19
Nashville, TN

Libertarian Happy Hour
5:30 pm

SmokinThighs
611 Wedgewood Ave, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
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April 19
Arlington, VA

Libertarian Happy Hour
6:00 pm

Ragtime
1345 North Courthouse Road
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Hosted by DCLiberty, this monthly happy hour welcomes all liberty-minded folks in and around the beltway. Come out, have a drink, meet new friends, and have a good time!

$3 - Miller Lite 
$4 - Micro of the Month
$5 - Mixed drinks
$6 - Moscow Mule 
$7 - Cocktail of the Month
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April 19
Washington, D.C.

What Should School Choice Look Like?

Cato Institute
1000 Massachusetts Avenue NW


Policy Forum 


4:00PM to 5:30PM EDT
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Hayek Auditorium
Featuring Halley Potter, Senior Fellow, The Century Foundation; Michael J. Petrilli, President, Thomas B. Fordham Institute; John D. Merrifield, Professor of Economics, University of Texas at San Antonio; Corey A. DeAngelis, Policy Analyst, Center for Educational Freedom, Cato Institute; moderated by Neal McCluskey, Director, Center for Educational Freedom, Cato Institute.
The school choice debate has largely focused on whether society should have any school choice at all. But not all choice programs are identical. And they certainly do not all produce the same outcomes for students. If school choice policies are to pass, what should they look like? Should we embrace public charter schools, private school choice options, or both? Should financing be through vouchers, tax credits, or education savings accounts? Should funding be public or private? Should the federal government be involved? What types of program regulations promote—or stifle—success? And what does the evidence say about these topics? Join a panel of experts as they tackle these critical policy questions.
If you can’t make it to the event, you can watch it live online at www.cato.org/live and join the conversation on Twitter using #CatoCEF. Follow @CatoEvents on Twitter to get future event updates, live streams, and videos from the Cato Institute.
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April 19
Brighton, UK

Individual Liberty Brighton Meetup

7:30 PM
Duke of Wellington Pub
70 Upper Gloucester Road
Brighton

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April 20
Washington, D.C.

National Cannabis Policy Summit
Newseum
555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
 National Cannabis Festival invites you to attend the inaugural National Cannabis Policy Summit taking place at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.

The Summit is free and open to the public. Please arrive early. Seating is limited and will be first-come first-served.

See our agenda and list of speakers here
https://nationalcannabisfestival.com/ncf-policy-summit/

The NCF Policy Summit brings together a diverse group of activists and leaders from government, business, healthcare, veterans groups, and civil rights organizations to discuss today’s most pressing cannabis policy challenges and opportunities. Timed to take place the day prior to The National Cannabis Festival, the Summit is Washington, D.C.’s premier celebration of cannabis advocacy and a call to action for American leadership in defense of state’s rights and and the will of the voters, in Washington, D.C. and around the country. We hope you will join the conversation in person or online via our live stream.

Topics to be discussed include:
- Criminal Justice and Cannabis Legalization
- Harm Reduction and Opioids
- Alternatives for Veterans
- The Cannabis Industry and Banking
- Creating a Diverse and Equitable Industry

For press inquiries and access, please email press@nationalcannabisfestival.com with "NCF Summit" in the subject line.

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Libertarian calendar for May 2018

May 8
London, England

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May 9-10
Arlington, VA

Startup Societies Summit
George Mason University

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May 13
Everywhere

Hardy Macia remembered

Hardy Macia, libertarian activist

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Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Sen. Ted Cruz grills Mark Zuckerberg on political bias

Testifying before Congress, Mark Zuckerberg today announced that he will stop his employees from censoring Trump supporters, Catholics, libertarians, conservatives, Roseanne fans, and others on Facebook. Instead, Facebook will turn to AI, and Skynet will send Terminators to liquidate the politically incorrect.



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