West Virginia Update #2

It's well past 1 a.m.

West Virginia Update #1

It's been more than 36 hours since my plane landed in West Virginia and I began volunteering with the Barr campaign's ballot access drive.  Though coming to the end of my second day, it's already been an interesting experience in a state traditionally dominated by Democrats and with a history that makes its residents wary of the capitalism of mine bosses and exploitive coal companies.

80 for 8 in 8

From the Libertarian Party:

Help us in West Virginia

For those that have been following the LP's ballot access journey for 2008, the goal has been 48 states--standard for the Party since becoming the third largest political party in the United States.  The LP's success with ballot access is partially why it can legitimately claim to hold this status.

The new GOP platform

A little satire for the campaign season...

Mocha-flavored capitalism

When Starbucks announced that it was shutting the doors on 600 stores across the United States, American coffee-drinkers took a second while sipping on their caramel macchiatos and skinny mocha lattes to reflect upon a very real manifestation of our current economic woes.  For many, a cup of coffee that now cost as much as a gallon of gas was a luxury needing to be sacrificed, and enough people made this same decision to warrant the closure of 8.5 percent their stores nationwide.

A July 4th Message

Dear Libertarian Patriot:

Differences in Denver

Libertarian National Convention in Denver

Democratic National Convention in Denver

Call talk radio!

From the Libertarian Party's Volunteer Coordinator, Austin Petersen:

“They said that there were only about two or three dozen spammers out there, and it looks like there’s a lot more," said Texas Congressman Ron Paul in a speech to 5,000 people in Philadelphia.


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