Here’s a short clip of when I was on The Independents.
You can watch the show: Monday through Wednesday and Friday at 9 PM EST on Fox Business.
Great show! Much liberty.
I’m excited to announce a new video series called “Real Talk with Julie Borowski.” It’s going to get real. Are you prepared?
As many of you probably know, I work for FreedomWorks. I started working there in January 2010. Before I ever started making YouTube videos. I started my personal YouTube channel in 2011 during the Ron Paul campaign. I’ve always created these videos in my free time outside of my day job.
So no worries. I’ll continue making videos on my personal YouTube channel whenever I have time on weekends just like I do now.
Real Talk with Julie Borowski will be a once a week video series on the FreedomWorks YouTube channel. Hopefully, fun and informative videos.
This is the first video in the series. An ad for ObamaCare.
So, basically. Expect more videos from me. I’m excited about that because I really like making videos.
The 2014 International Students for Liberty Conference is about a month away! Register here.
This will be my 5th ISFLC (oh my…) and I highly recommend going if you are a young-ish libertarian person (you don’t have to be a student). I believe they are expecting over 1,000 people! And there are some really great speakers. Click here to see the speaker list.
Young Americans for Liberty asked me to moderate a panel on new media! I’ve never moderated a panel before so this will be a first but I’m excited. The official title: Likes, Views, and Shares: How New Media is Effecting Policy and Philosophy. The panelists are Katie Harbath, Remy, Benny Johnson. I don’t want to give out time/day just in case it changes, but they should be releasing a final schedule soon.
I’ll probably be at the FreedomWorks booth much of the time. We had shirts last year and they were a big hit.
Also, after parties.
If that’s what you’re into.
Hope to see you at ISFLC! It’s going to be a good time.
The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) hosts a monthly online debate feature on issues of concern to classical liberals/libertarians.
This month, the issue is privilege. Cathy Reisenwitz argues that libertarians should be more concerned about issues of class and privilege and I argue that libertarians should stay focused on individual rights.
Read both perspectives and vote for the argument that you like best here: https://www.fee.org/the_freeman/arena/a-question-of-privilege