Tag: Liberty


SSDP Welcomes the George Mason University Chapter!

I’m so pleased to announce our newest chapter, in my home state of Virginia, George Mason University! Chapter founder and leader David Gibrael is not just a sensible young person fighting to end this senseless war; he’s also a Marine Corps veteran. He was a rifleman in the 1st Battalion 9th Marines and served one tour in Afghanistan in 2011. For the

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Milton Friedman’s Century

2012 is the centennial of Milton Friedman’s birth, and the Free To Choose Network has organized a worldwide effort to celebrate the winning ideas of freedom. The Free to Choose network is offering organizations like SSDP, and our chapters, many ways to get involved in the celebration; including documentary screenings, speaking engagements, and a “what Milton means to me” video contest with a

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Today is Bill of Rights Day

Friends, This morning as I was reading the newspapers thoroughly, as I usually do, the only mention that today is the 220th anniversary of the ratification of our Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, were large advertisements by the Cato Institute. To check out the Cato ad, go here: http://www.cato.org/us-constitution/ My congratulations to Cato for honoring what so desperately needs to

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SSDP and International Students for Liberty 2011

I was invited to speak at this weekend’s 2011 International Students for Liberty Conference in Washington D.C. This was my first experience as a speaker at a conference over 500. I found out fairly early on that nearly every state in the U.S. had registered, and that 25 countries were also registered. I met people from Romania, Australia, UK, Nigeria,

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