Here’s my opening statement for my Students for Liberty debate with Will Wilkinson. Enjoy. Libertarians have a standard set of fundamental criticisms of the welfare state. Forced charity is unjust. Individuals have a moral right to decide if and when they want to help others. Forced charity is unnecessary. In a free market, voluntary donations […]
ISLFC a perfect opportunity to get ideas for campus leadership, talk to professors and intellectuals you admire, or find a connection for a summer internship, so don’t let it go to waste. Here are some go-to tips to make the most of the weekend.
Do you want to be a leader on your campus? Are you excited to make a difference about issues you care about? Do you want to get involved, but aren’t sure where to start? Below are just a few great student groups to check out. Find a local group or chapter today, or start your […]
Are you a leader in your campus pro-liberty group? Do you want to up your impact on campus and improve your leadership skills? Consider becoming a Campus Coordinator with Students For Liberty. Students For Liberty is an international network of students passionate about the ideas of liberty, and their Campus Coordinators are the face of […]
If you’re interested in Ayn Rand’s writing and will be attending the International Students for Liberty Conference, come a day early and learn about Ayn Rand’s unique and integrated moral-philosophical argument and its connection to a free society. The seminar will examine three of her essays, “The Objectivist Ethics,” “Man’s Rights,” and “What Is Capitalism” […]
Will you be in DC next month for the annual International Students For Liberty Conference? It’s not too late to register! Taking place on the weekend of February 26-28, the conference is the largest gathering of pro-liberty students from all over the globe. Other organizations which fight for economic liberty and personal freedom, like the […]