How to Make the Case for Freedom

From an Economic Perspective

Are you a liberty activist who loves free markets, capitalism and limited government – but have a difficult time describing its myriad benefits and merits when talking with others?

Then this is the educational training course for you!

Liberty on the Rocks is looking for leaders in the liberty movement (current or future) who are interested in obtaining insights into the basic fundamental principles of free market economics by attending a half-day educational course in Denver.  Tickets to attend are $10.

On Saturday, February 11th from 1:30-6:30pm, Liberty on the Rocks will team up with the Charles Koch Institute to present an exclusive hands-on, discussion and activity-driven economics session. During this half-day course, attendees will gain a better understanding of the case for freedom, as seen from an economic perspective. Through group discussion, activities, and an expert panel, participants will learn basic (yet vital) economic principles as well as historical arguments for why socialism doesn’t work – in addition to how to utilize these arguments in today’s battle for liberty. The philosophy of freedom will also be discussed briefly to point out the moral arguments for free market capitalism and self-interest. Following the training attendees will receive one-on-one contact with “liberty experts” in Colorado in an informal setting where they will be able to ask questions regarding free market economics, current policies, and/or the morality of freedom.


Who Are the Facilitators?
In addition to the main facilitator, Jeff Proctor from the Charles Koch Institute, we will also be joined by Jessica Peck, Diana Hsieh, Justin Longo, Mike Krause, David K. Williams, and Ari Armstrong.

The seminar will be immediately followed by a cocktail reception with complimentary drinks and appetizers for attendees, instructors and individuals on the panel. Light snacks and drinks will be available throughout the day.

The cost to attend is $10 and spaces are limited. Reserve your spot today by purchasing your ticket(s) here.

Location: Independence Institute | 727 E. 16th Avenue, Denver, CO
Date/Time: Saturday, February 11th from 1:30-6:30 pm (cocktail reception from 6:30-8pm)

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