Friday, 3 August 2007

The youngest libertarian in the room...

A few of the speeches from last weekend's Libertarianz conference in Helengrad have now been digitised and made web-ready (we hope). Here's the first three:
  • Thirteen-year-old Callum McPetrie explains being 'NZ's Youngest Libertarian' (the text of his speech is online at his blog, Libertarian Front). What inspires an intelligent thirteen-year-old to get passionate about liberty? Find out. (6 min., MP3)
  • Leader Bernard Darnton talks about 'Steps to Freedom.' (16 min., MP3)
  • And talks again about global warming, as part of the afternoon warming forum. (3 min., MP3)
Enjoy, and keep your eyes peeled for more, including release of Libz transitional policies as outlined here.

UPDATE: Didn't take long to find more: Phil Howison has posted at his Pacific Empire blog the text and audio of his own speech : 'Free the Schools,' a draft outline of how to separate schools and state with as little pain as possible.


  1. Did I sound like that???

    In real life, my voice surely sounds much different...

  2. Callum, I found exactly the same thing: do I really sound like that?

    But I think we do.


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