On December 3, 2011, a group of over thirty student activists came to IUPUI for the Fall 2011 Young Americans for Liberty State Convention.
They came to network with each other and see the speakers that were invited to the event, among them constitutional expert and 2012 Indiana Senate Candidate Andrew Horning, former Ohio State Senator Derrick Seaver, and former Survivor contender and 2012 Indiana gubernatorial candidate Rupert Boneham.
Andrew Horning’s speech that many of the group had seen before was refreshing nonetheless, and touched on the concept of liberty. Horning also discussed how Hoosier and American voters can have their state and federal constitutions; all they have to do is vote for candidates who understand and will abide by the rules within those documents. Horning made the case that laws should be “few enough to know, simple enough to understand, and pure enough to follow.”