Students for Liberty’s LibertyCon Starts Today. Come See Reason Panels!

Today marks the start of Students for Liberty’s annual gathering in Washington, D.C. LibertyCon pulls together 1,500 students, activists, and supporters from around the world to discuss all aspects of the global libertarian movement. Go here for the full program.

Reason folks will be all over the event, celebrating our 50th anniversary while looking forward to our next half-century.

Among the Reason-centric panels:

Nick Gillespie Interviews Dave Rubin, Friday, 6:30 P.M.
The “Lou Reed of libertarianism” (hey, not my call!) talks with Dave Rubin, the formerly lefty member of The Young Turks about why he left the left behind and gained a massive YouTube audience by hosting civil, thoughtful, and in-depth conversations about every hot-button topic under the sun.

The Future of Tech: Will Washington Outlaw Innovation? Saturday, 11:00 A.M.
Reason’s Matt Welch leads a free-wheeling discussion on how social-media platforms such as Facebook and other disruptive new


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