You are cordially invited to a Tea Party...

On April 15, millions of libertarians will gather across the country to voice their opposition to the out-of-control spending and taxation started by the Bush administration and carried on by Obama.

The Libertarian Party cordially invites all freedom-loving Americans to join those libertarians, and all advocates of economic freedom, at a "Tea Party" near them.  Below you will find just a few of the thousands of Tea Parties being held nationwide on April 15.

Barr: Dim bulb feds driving auto industry

In his weekly Atlanta Journal-Constitution column, 2008 Libertarian Party presidential nominee Congressman Bob Barr takes the Obama administration to task for its innovation-killing government takeover of General Motors.

You may read the entire column by clicking here, or at

Ballot access bill progresses in West Virginia

From the Libertarian Party of West Virginia

UPDATED LP Monday Message: So an uphappy Congressman's office calls from 202-225-2176...

UPDATE:  The bill to expand the powers of the Treasury and confiscate earnings actually passed the House and is now in the Senate. 

You can also call the Senate switchboard at 202-224-3121 to tell your Senators whether you oppose or support the bill.

Dear friend,

Austin Petersen named Director of Outreach & Affiliate Relations

Statement by Admiral Michael Colley (Board member and Chair of the Employment Policy and Compensation Committee) and Robert Kraus (Acting ED) naming Volunteer Coordinator Austin Petersen the new "Director of Outreach and Affiliate Relations:

Bill would give Obama administration absolute power to dictate private sector pay

Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) is sponsor of the "Pay for Performance Act," a bill that gives the Treasury Secretary absolute power to  define what constitute "excessive compensation" to every employee of a private company with shares owned by the government, which it may then confiscate.

Somewhere Hugo Chavez is kicking himself for not thinking of this.

DC budget plan: Get inmates out of prison, in to "Sesame Street Live?"

Faced with a declining budget for FY 2010, D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty has a last-ditch plan to find $4.4 million in savings -- releasing as much as 80 percent of DC's prison inmates.

Fenty still plans, however, to spend $4 million on an "Office of Community Affairs" so residents can "engage the District’s diverse communities in civic life" (a $1 million increase from last year,) increase the "Serve DC" budget to $4.2 million to promote "national service" and "volunteerism" and spend a whopping $97 million to promote concerts, conventions and sports events.

Barr: Gun control crowd pushes radical goal

In his weekly column for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Congressman Bob Barr, the 2008 Libertarian presidential nominee, exposes how the Obama administration and Congress are violating the Second Amendment and quietly stripping Americans of their most basic of human rights.

You may read the entire article online at the Journal-Constitution.  Barr writes, in part:

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