It is a joy to behold the Russian edition of Peace, Love & Liberty, my book which has now been translated into a half dozen languages now. Russia is at a point in its history where it is desperately in need of the ideas of liberty, I hope this can be of some use to those in Russia who are learning all that they can about the idea of liberty.
This is an interview I participated in from London on business ethics, responsibility, regulation, and the future if freedom on IEA.tv. There is also some discussion of my upcoming book State Control or Self Control. I will have more information available on that book in the future. Stay tuned!
I am always pleased to be able to announce a new edition of one of my publications. This time it is the Serbian edition of Peace, Love & Liberty. If you want to get your free copy of “Mir, ljubav i sloboda” register for 2015 Belgrade Regional Conference at this link. Thanks to Lana Avakumović for her work on this project.
This is the new Punjabi edition of my book, The Morality of Capitalism. Thanks to Rishi Kochhar and the team at the Amritsar Policy Group for all their work to get this book published and for the wonderful launch event they put together.
Note: the English-language of the Indian edition can be downloaded here for free.
I’ve been busy and not posting. This is a big reason why.
I was married to a man from Thailand named Sonram recently. We have been in a relationship for some time now and are now taking the steps to make it legal. A wedding in Argentina came first and will be followed later by a wedding in Thailand.
I’ve only just arrived back in Washington D.C. after a whirlwind week or two that took me to Bali for the World Conference on Market Liberalization , then Las Vegas for FreedomFest, and then on to Albuquerque, New Mexico, for the Rio Grande Foundation’s Luncheon, where I was able to speak on the topic of State Control vs. Self Control. The video below is from the talk I gave at the last event. Thanks to Paul Gessing and the wonderful people at the Rio Grande Foundation for hosting me.
We had a full house at the Atlas Network hosted luncheon this weekend atFreedomFest. Thank you to all who came! I am sorry to say that I have been feeling under the weather and was not as active during FreedomFest as I normally would have been.
Thanks to all those who attended the luncheon and to all those who introduced themselves at FreedomFest!
ISIL held a World Conference on Market Liberalization in Bali, Indonesia, at the beginning of this month and I was pleased to be able to speak. The International Society for Individual Liberty is a wonderful organization and they put on a great conference. As you can see, I got into the tropical spirit of things with my attire as well.
I am always pleased to see my writings being translated into other languages or adapted to other countries. Why Liberty was recently translated into Spanish and then adapted to fit the needs of Chile. Many thanks to those who worked on this at Fundación para el Progreso in Chile. It can be downloaded here: bit.ly/1Hq06GC
I keep this website updated with pictures from events I go to, videos of my lectures, and my own writings, but it is worth mentioning that on social media I often comment on other pieces of writing, events held around the world, and videos, quotes, or articles I find interesting. In order to find me on social media, you can follow me on Facebook here or on Twitter here.
I do my best to answer as many questions and respond to as many comments as I can through these profiles. These profiles are also useful for sharing resources in the fight for liberty, much like this website.