Friday, November 6, 2015

Training the libertarian candidate

Congressman David Brat speaks the day after November 2015 election

Libertarian Calendar for November 2015

November 6
Washington, D.C.

Ask a Climatologist: A Preface to Paris

Capitol Hill Briefing
12:00PM to 1:00PM
B-354 Rayburn House Office Building
Featuring Patrick J. Michaels, Director, Center for the Study of Science, Cato Institute; and Joseph Verruni, Project Manager, Center for the Study of Science, Cato Institute; moderated by Peter Russo, Director of Congressional Affairs, Cato Institute.
In 1979 Patrick Michaels was awarded his PhD in ecological climatology. Since then, he’s been a past president of the American Association of State Climatologists, program chair for the Committee on Applied Climatology of the American Meteorological Society and a research professor of environmental sciences at University of Virginia. Michaels was a contributing author and is a reviewer of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007. His writing has been published in the major scientific journals, including Climate ResearchClimatic ChangeGeophysical Research LettersJournal of Climate,Nature, and Science, as well as in popular serials worldwide.
After leaving the University of Virginia following three decades of education and research, Michaels has turned to a more general education of the electorate on policy matters related to environmental science. At the Cato Institute, he founded and now directs the Center for the Study of Science, which explores the intersection of science and public policy. In this special event presented by Cato, he answers your questions as the world prepares for December’s 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, which intends to create a legal framework for governments to regulate carbon emissions and create a $100 billion climate finance fund to redistribute wealth from developed states to least developed countries.
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November 6
Washington, D.C.
America's Future Foundation happy Hour
It's First Friday returns to The 201 Bar on Capitol Hill from 5:30 - 9:00 PM.
This time, the festivities will be co-sponsored by America's Future Foundation (AFF) — the premier nationwide network of liberty-minded young professional leaders.
Thanks to AFF's generosity, tomorrow's First Friday will feature a one-hour open bar between 6 and 7 PM! Come early and come thirsty.
Read more about AFF 
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November 6-8
Rock Hill, SC

Libertarian Party of South Carolina 2015 State Convention

Friday Evening Social 7 pm to 9 pm.  Saturday, 9:00 am - Sunday, 5:00pm
  • Hilton Garden Inn.

Saturday Business Convention. Hospitality Room available for guests. Dinner and Speaker 5:30 to 7 pm. Evening Speakers and Debate 8 pm to 10 pm.
November 8th Sunday Morning Social 9 am to 12 pm.
POSTS
Nicholas Sarwark, National Chairman of the LP will be the Keynote Speaker for the Convention. Please book your rooms and sign up for the Gadsden Society of South Carolina. A $250 membership will get you an "All In" access to the Convention which will include Breakfast Saturday and Sunday and the Buffet dinner Saturday night with Nick Speaking.
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November 7
Denver, CO

Students for Liberty Regional Conference
University of Denver
11:00 am


Whether you’ve never heard of libertarianism or are a senior student leader for liberty, our fall regional conferences have something for you.

These all-day Saturday events are organized by students, for students. Registration is free and includes two free meals and drinks at our evening socials. In addition to bringing home free books and t-shirts, students will gain a deeper understanding of the ideas of liberty, opportunities for professional advancement, and a network of like-minded people to support them in their future endeavors. Regional Conferences remind us that we aren’t alone and give us a rare opportunity to come together as a community to celebrate freedom.

Conference Director: Will Smith (wsmith@studentsforliberty.org)
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November 7
Vancouver, British Columbia


Students for Liberty Regional Conference
10:00 am


A school/work address will suffice, we do *not* require your home address

Regional conferences are a great way to start exploring classical liberal thought. More advanced participants will have the opportunity to find summer internships and hone their activism skills. All attendees are guaranteed to walk away from these events energized and inspired to get to work on their college campuses promoting the ideas of freedom.

Confirmed Speakers:
Derek From: Lawyer at the Canadian Constitution Foundation
Nick Loenen: Founder of Fair Voting BC
Jodie Emery: Cannibis Culture, BC Marijuana Party
Karen Straughan: Writer and YouTube vlogger, Girl Writes What

Social Venue: St. Regis Bar & Grill - 608 Dunsmuir St

Looking for travel and lodging for the event? Join

Please direct your inquiries to:
Partnership: Theryn Meyer (tmeyer@studentsforliberty.org)
Logistics: Shahira Azhar (shariraa@sfu.ca)
Marketing: Rodrigo Proenca (rproenca@studentsforliberty.org)
Travel: Phil Johnston (philwjohnston@gmail.com)
Conference Director: Liz Jaluague (ljaluague@studentsforliberty.org)
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November 7
Fort Myers, Florida
Students for Liberty Regional Conference
10:00 am
Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 Fgcu Blvd S, Fort Myers, Florida 33965

*NOTICE: Rsvp'ing for the Facebook event does NOT register you for the Regional Conference. register free of charge

Whether you’ve never heard of libertarianism or are a senior student leader for liberty, our fall regional conferences have something for you.

For those new to the principles of classical liberalism, regional conferences are a great way to start exploring classical liberal thought. More advanced participants will have the opportunity to find summer internships and hone their activism skills. All student attendees are guaranteed to walk away from these events energized and inspired to get to work on their college campuses promoting the ideas of freedom.

Conference Director: Brittany Turner (bturner@studentsforliberty.org)


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November 7-8
Mandan, ND

Libertarian Parties of North and South Dakota 2015 State Convention

12:00pm - 6:00pm

Baymont Inn and Suites
2611 Old Red Trail NW
MandanND

Will be electing new state officials and giving early endorsements for 2016 elections. Any Libertarian presidential candidates attending will be given an opportunity to speak. 
Lunch from 12:00 to 1:00 pm
Dinner from 5:00 to 6:00 pm

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November 10
Dallas, TX

Libertarian Party meeting
7:00 pm
Our regular general meeting -- 2nd Tuesday of every month. Last one of the year!!

We have a private area set aside in the back of the restaurant. No fee for attendance, but we encourage you to please eat dinner here to support our ongoing private reservation at Sambuca!

Come have dinner, talk about politics, give the LPDC feedback and suggestions, and just have a blast with fellow Libertarians! :) See you there!


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