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Who will protect us from big corporations? - Mark Grannis

"Power attracts influence; that's what happens."

Can I get seconds on my portion of Big Government? by Don Kissick

For I was hungry, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in: Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me. Matthew 25:35,36

What would you say if I told you – depending on where you're at – you could go to jail for feeding homeless people?

If you possess a lick of common sense, your reply would likely include an expletive (or two) insinuating I was attempting to excavate livestock waste in your general direction. 

Why Libertarian - Mark Grannis

"My views changed because I moved to Washington, and I hung around and saw how things really worked."

Why Libertarian - Arvin Vohra

 Arvin's take on the party, and why we must continue to grow.

LP Monday Message: Memorial Day and Harry Browne

May 30, 2011

Dear Friend of Liberty,

Today, Memorial Day, millions commemorate fellow Americans who have served in our military and fallen in wars.

Addressing Memorial Day can be complicated for Libertarians, not because we don't love freedom and recognize that many have sacrificed their lives, but because we have opposed many of the policies that we feel have unnecessarily--even wrongly--put American soldiers in harm's way.

Noted Libertarian activist and Advocates Vice Chair George Schwappach passes away

The following is from LNC member Dr. James Lark:

George Schwappach passed away in early May. I have lost a friend and colleague, the Advocates has lost one of our "founding fathers," and the liberty movement has lost a great champion.

Charity - Tanuja Paruchuri

Tanuja talks about the alternatives to government force.

Conservatives and Social Policy - Arvin Vohra

"Many conservatives say they want government out of economic policy but want it involved in social policy. To me, that's ridiculous!" - Arvin Vohra

 

Join "Why We Left the Left"

The following is from Utah Libertarian activist Tom Garrison.

My name is Tom Garrison. I am putting together a book tentatively titled Why We Left the Left. I am looking to enlist folks who publicly identified with the left/liberalism at one point in their lives and have since evolved into libertarians. In an era wherein political divisions have hardened, it is instructive (and interesting) to read the stories of those who abandoned the left/liberalism and turned to the “free minds and free markets” of libertarianism.

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