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Jason Lee Byas has a bone to pick with the alt-right. Richard Spencer likes to call himself a “dissident intellectual” to make himself appear roguish and interesting, while refusing to engage in serious discussion on his ideas. Jason wrote about this in CounterPunch and came on the YV Podcast to talk a bit about it.

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  • I feel like everyone can figure out what to write here. Tell us what you do! – Share your past work – What are you working on now? – Any projects coming up?

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  • Hello all! I am very excited to have joined liberty.me. I have only been a “libertarian” for about 2 years. I was wondering if any of you had suggestions on which books or ideas to explore first? I’m fairly certain I’m more of the minarchist persuasion but am eager to learn more about all the different flavors of liberty. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Idea Lab is a place to share and develop your entrepreneurial ideas.

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  • Has anyone here been a member of Toastmasters? After trying out several groups for the past few years, I’ve finally found a club that I really like. I know that there’s a liberty-themed Toastmasters club that runs in DC, and I was thinking that perhaps this would be a good way to build libertarian communities in other areas. I’ve reached a point where I’m getting tired of attending and hosting libertarian events just to hang out or hear people speak. I love SFL because it helps everyone build leadership skills. Perhaps Toastmasters would be a two birds with one stone kind of thing, where libertarian minds can meet twice a month, while simultaneously improving their ability to spread our ideas.

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  • I’m planning a free day-long conference in Washington DC about private solutions to science education and research & development, tentatively for March 2016. So far, I’d like to invite Terence Kealey, Mary Ruwart, and Matt Ridley. Cato has a Science branch, and I’m sure Reason would be interested in being there. Got any other speaker recommendations for me? What organizations would be interested in being present at an event like this?

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