Wrapping up Anarchapulco 2019!

February 17th, 2019 - 8:54pmby FTL_Adminin

Once again, Mark and I were honored to be invited to broadcast from the must-attend liberty event of the year, Anarchapulco 2019.  It was my third year attending and it's been great to help and watch the event grow.  Big thanks to the bunch of Free Talk Live listeners that we met who traveled here from all over! 

In case you missed it, I wrote a detailed blog about Anarchapulco and Ron Paul's inspiring appearance here this weekend.  Please do share!

This year's Anarchapulco was a blast and even bigger than last year.  The vibe and people were great.  The Anarchapulco team have put together the event that pulls in attendees ranging from suits to hippies.  It's now multiple stages and has taken over the entire Princess Resort in Acapulco.  Missed out this time?  Start planning to attend in 2020!

Meanwhile, there are certainly other liberty events worth attending, including the upcoming third-annual Forkfest 2019, June 13th-18th at Roger's Campground in New Hampshire - five days before Porcfest.  Forkfest is totally different from Anarchapulco.  At Forkfest, there's no organizer and no official schedule or anything.  If you want something to happen, you have to create it.  Otherwise, just enjoy some time camping with other liberty-minded people in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire!  Visit Forkfest.party to learn more and connect with other attendees.

I'll be back in the Shire in time for Tuesday's show and Mark will return in early March.  Also, we've got a bunch of Anarchapulco bonus interviews we did today that will be appearing on our upcoming archives.  If you're not subscribed to our podcast, you can do that via the feeds here.

Also, thanks to longtime AMPlifier and pro photographer Ron Pepper for the great photo of Mark and I that I've included here.  If you want to support what we do for $5 a month (or BTC), like Ron does, and get some cool perks, please do that at http://amp.freetalklive.com.

Thank you for listening to and supporting Free Talk Live.
Ian