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- Nader fighting the good fight … against the Democrat Party’s immoral opposition to third parties
- Eminent domain claims another victim
- North Carolina, just because, restricts early voting. No reason. Just because.
- Marijuana businesses take form in states where it’s been legalized
- Was Jesus a libertarian?
- Stupid government tricks: Vegetable garden is ILLEGAL
- Organizing at the local level for the Libertarian Party
- Libertarians demand their shot in York election
- In Obama’s America, five Americans are serving life sentences for marijuana crimes
- Before Sam Adams sold fake ‘micro-brewery’ beer, he had something to say about freedom
Author Archives: Billy Dennis
Here we go: Nine years after Ralph Nader made a failed presidential bid, a different administration is in the White House, his running mate has died and his biggest role in the last election was as moderator of a debate … Continue reading
From the Libertarian Party of Indiana: MUNCIE — A Delaware County judge has ruled Ball State University can proceed with its efforts to claim a campus-area property through an eminent domain lawsuit. Ball State seeks ownership of the University Avenue … Continue reading
From the Charlotte Post: A pair of bills filed this week would limit early voting and eliminate same-day registration, Sunday voting and straight ticket ballots in North Carolina. House Majority Leader Edgar Starnes (R-Caldwell) filed House Bill 451, which would … Continue reading
From ABCNews: In Washington and Colorado, where the personal use of marijuana has been legalized, the fledgling pot industry is beginning to take shape. While both states ban the public use of marijuana, people like Robert Corry, owner and general … Continue reading
Interesting: Was Jesus Christ a libertarian? Of course it is unfair to ask whether the founder of Christianity would agree with a political movement developed over a thousand years after His death. But it is not unfair to inquire if … Continue reading
Here in Peoria, it takes years to get the city to take notice of a car up on blocks in someone’s front yard. In Orlando, they send the storm troopers when you grow veggies: Officials in Orlando, Florida (“the Greenest … Continue reading
Here’s a really good hyperlocal news article on Libertarian Party organizing at the local level. One of the problems I used to have with the Illinois Libertarian party is that the concentrated on statewide races.
From The York Dispatch: Leaders of the York County Libertarian Party want to give voters in the 95th District an alternative to Democrats and Republicans in a special election for a state House seat. But, first, they need to find … Continue reading
Yep. In Obama’s America: Right now, five adults await death in prison for non-violent, marijuana-related crimes. Their names are John Knock, Paul Free, Larry Duke, William Dekle, and Charles “Fred” Cundiff. They are all more than 60 years old; they … Continue reading