We are very pleased to announce Peter Lewin, Economics professor from the University of Texas at Dallas as our keynote speaker on the evening of Wednesday, June 27. One of Professor Lewin's main interests is Austrian Economics, and his book Capital in Disequilibrium received the Smith Prize for the best book published on Austrian Economics in 1999. The expected topic for this event will be the subprime crisis from an Austrian perspective, and there will be plenty of opportunity for questions and answers too.
Meet up with other Dallas-area folks who share your desire for a much smaller government that is fiscally conservative but socially liberal. Learn more about the libertarian philosophy, volunteer to help with various events, or just enjoy your favorite beverage with fun like-minded individuals! We generally do three different types of meetups: 1) Social - Just fun and conversation. Example: Monthly Beer Lover's Caucus 2) Activism - Working to promote the cause. Example: Outreach booth at the Tea Party 3) LPDC Business - The business of running a political party. Example: Executive Committee meetings We will try to always make it clear which of these categories a specific meetup falls into, so you don't show up with your party hat on and walk into a dreary business meeting.