At this year’s Mises University summer program, the week-long event of the Mises Institute, I have the honor of delivering the opening talk. But I’m also doing my “Evening with Tom Woods” that I’ve been doing for the past few years.
Two years ago I told my story:
Last year I spoke for half an hour and then (and this part, because of mic problems, didn’t make it onto the video) invited people to raise whatever they considered the toughest libertarian issues to solve, and we would solve them together.
What should I do for this year? It could be a topic to speak on, I suppose, but something a little more off-the-wall might be more interesting.