We have always been south of Canada, but for the first time in history we are below Canada in a new, important way—our economic freedom score is lower than theirs. What is economic freedom and how can we measure it? Why has America fallen from the 3rd most economically free country in the world to the 10th? How does this decline impact you and your future?
On Tuesday, March 13th (6-8 PM, Sullivan’s Steakhouse, 415 North Dearborn, Chicago), the Charles Koch Institute’s Dr. John Hardin will discuss how economic freedom affects things as diverse as civil rights, life expectancy, job prospects, and environmental quality. We will also explore how excessive government spending and unnecessary regulations in the United States have shaped our economic freedom, and what such trends suggest about our future levels of prosperity.
This special event will have FREE ADMISSION for all, and include beverages and snacks. We’ll also be holding Liberty Pub Trivia during the cocktail hour. Compete for recognition and prizes!
What: Dr. John Hardin of the Charles G. Koch Institute speaking on economic liberty
When: Tuesday, March 13th, 6-8 PM
Where: Sullivan’s Steakhouse (upstairs), 415 N Dearborn, Chicago
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or on the Facebook event page.
You won’t want to miss John’s presentation, which has been called “the best presentation on the free market out there” by Federalist Society president John Furlow. You’ll also want to attend to hear about three upcoming job opportunities with the Charles Koch Institute. You can find more details on those at www.charleskochinstitute.org.