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How obnoxious are the presidential primaries? With just two behind us, I’m already tired of the blustering buffoons, backroom drama, and vitriolic rhetoric that too often characterizes electoral politics. It’s enough to make you give up altogether. But, as Steven Horwitz recently reminded us, political change is about much more than just the presidential race.

Today I want to offer you a way to stay involved in the business of changing the world without ever needing to step foot on the campaign trail, suck up to horrible people, or restrict yourself to one candidate’s idea of freedom: the SFL Campus Coordinator Program.

As a representative of SFL, you’ll receive not only a whole lot of training and support, but a big-tent mandate to pursue political change in any imaginable way − so long as the end result is greater liberty.

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1914372_10153879227994153_4943353493015931166_nWomen For Liberty and Ladies of Liberty Alliance are joining forces to bring together all of the liberty-minded women from around the world during the International Students for Liberty Conference in Washington, D.C.!

Meet other women from around the globe who, like you, love liberty. Share your experiences, learn from your fellow ladies of liberty, and build your support network. You don’t have to attend the conference to come have lunch, but you do have to be a lady of liberty.

Join us on Saturday, February 27th at the Stones Throw Restaurant & Bar in the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel from 12:15pm-1:15pm. Please bring $20 cash for your lunch!

RSVP here!

SFLFocus_FBAd (1)You know how difficult it can be to communicate the pro-liberty perspective on popular policy debates. Even in areas like tech freedom, the stats aren’t in our favor — as of last spring, for instance, only 56% of millennials in the U.S. felt positively about Edward Snowden.

It’s not too late to change these perceptions. With a dedicated push – and a little focus – we can make the libertarian perspective heard on these issues and more. SFL’s spring Focus Series is here to help.

Each conference will feature an in-depth look at one policy area that is front-and-center for young people today. From Tech Freedom and the overreach of the NSA, to the growing Free Market Environmentalist movement, this series is designed to have something for everyone in the pro-liberty network. So get excited, keep an eye out for speaker announcements soon, and…

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NH Liberty ForumWith the Free State Project’s recent accomplishment of “triggering” a move of 20,000 libertarians and the pre-primary political maneuverings, New Hampshire is attracting a lot of well-deserved attention right now. From the early movers to those just now considering getting on the Free State bandwagon, New Hampshire offers a testing ground for the practice of liberty, both in the sphere of political action and in personal life. Next week, you can get a look at the future of liberty in New Hampshire at FSP’s 2016 Liberty Forum: Living Liberty.

From February 18th-21st at the Radisson hotel in Manchester, New Hampshire, take part in the New Hampshire Liberty Forum to get a taste of what pro-liberty advocates are doing to promote free markets and free minds in the state. The mission of the forum is to help create a freer society by living the values of freedom and forging a better tomorrow, today. By joining your fellow liberty lovers at the NH Liberty Forum, you will learn how Free State Project participants and other New Hampshirites make liberty happen.

Confirmed speakers include SFL President Alexander McCobin, as well as Edward Snowden (via live video conference), Lyn Ulbricht, mother of alleged Silk road founder Ross Ulbricht and Scott Sumner who directs the Mercatus Center’s Program on Monetary Policy. (more…)

We’re just three weeks away from the largest libertarian student gathering of the year, and the big names keep rolling in! I’m excited to announce that Gov. Gary Johnson and Julie Borowski will be joining us at ISFLC16.

3a10207fe3a14ec23a2b9e925ec59fbc.pngGary Johnson served as the 29th Governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003, as a member of the Republican Party, and was theLibertarian Party nominee for President of the United States in the2012 election. During his governorship, Johnson set state and national records for his use of veto and line-item veto powers — more than the other 49 contemporary governors combined. He is a candidate for the Libertarian Party presidential nomination in the 2016 election.

WN3fH94v.pngJulie Borowski is a political commentator and YouTube personality. Renowned for her humorous take on current events,Julie’s videos regularly break 100,000+ views, parodying hot topics such as gun control, campus censorship, and radical feminism. At ISFLC16, Julie will be sharing the secrets to her success, offering tips and tricks for young people interested in making a career in the commentary world.

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