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New Year – New Challenges

The Australian Adam Smith Club is hosting a series of dinner meetings with the decisions and debates central to the 2016 election.

We are starting with Gary Johns and one conservative response to the cultural and economic problems of a welfare class.silhouette-green-small-right

Our Objectives and Membership Form for 2016 are available here.

 

We hope to see you at our Meetings – good speakers, good food and a lively question time are our promise.

 

Senator David Leyonhjelm to speak to November Meeting

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Senator David Leyonhjelm on
“Has Australia’s Libertarian Time Arrived?”

The Adam Smith Club will host a meeting on Thursday the 13th of November, 2014 – at the Park Conference Room, Ground Floor, Amora Hotel 649 Bridge Rd, Richmond.

David Leyonhjelm is a vet, with a law degree and an MBA. He has worked as a columnist for agricultural magazines and for the national financial press. Originally from Heywood, Victoria, now residing in Sydney, Senator Leyonhjelm has boxed the compass politically in trying to find a home for his strong views on personal liberty and limited government. Starting with Young Labor and a stand against the draft, then working for the Liberal interest until the Howard Government’s changed policy on Gun ownership, then working with Shooters Party until he found them too narrow in focus.

The senator ran the national campaigns for the Liberal Democratic Party in 2007, 2010 & 2013 – and was successful in gaining a six year term starting 1st July this year for NSW.

This meeting will be in a different format to normal – a finger food then speech – starting 6.15pm – speech on the dot of 7pm.

November Invite to download

30th Anniversary Dinner – Ray Evans

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The 30th Anniversary Dinner with guest speaker Ray Evans on “Adam Smith & the Propensity to Truck, Barter, & Exchange”

Thursday 11th April 2013 at Bohéme Restaurant Bar, 368 Bridge Road, Richmond

Ray Evans was educated at Melbourne High School (1953-56) and the University of Melbourne (1957- 1961), graduating in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. He worked in the SECV and then taught engineering at the Gordon Institute of Technology and Deakin University. He joined WMC in 1982 and was a co-founder of the H R Nicholls Society in 1986. He was awarded the Tasman Medal in 1996 and the Centenary Medal in 2001. He has written widely on political and cultural issues, most recently on the impacts of Environmentalism throughout the West, particularly with respect to the Global Warming Scam. He is secretary of The Lavoisier Group.
In this 30th Anniversary dinner of the Australian Adam Smith Club, Ray will discuss the influence of Adam Smith on free markets and individual liberty .

The 30th Anniversary Dinner invite and Laissez Faire Newsletter 104