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Shall we spend $30k for "Republican Wall of Shame" ad?

Dear Friend of Liberty,
wall of shame
We have an incredible opportunity thanks to a generous $10,000 gift from an angry donor.

He's so mad about the people listed on our "Republican Wall of Shame" that he gave us $10,000 if we would run an ad with the Republican Wall of Shame in the Washington Post.

Free graphics offer from Clayton Gee

Clayton Gee is offering to assist campaigns in the upcoming spring elections with graphic design for computer and iPhone backgrounds (or wallpapers), bumper stickers, and yard signs. Several of his designs are available to be downloaded and used for free:
http://www.lp.org/shared-graphics

LP Monday Message: Cut and run like Reagan

February 28, 2011

Dear Friend of Liberty,

In the Middle East, it's time to cut and run like Ronald Reagan did in 1984.

In 1982, President Reagan ordered American Marines into Lebanon as part of a "multinational peacekeeping force." In 1983, there were several bombings targeting Americans in Lebanon, including the well-known Marine barracks bombing that killed 241 U.S. Marines.

Libertarian candidate Doug Burlison places first in primary

Libertarian Doug Burlison, an incumbent city councilman in Springfield, Missouri, is running for re-election and received 48.6% of the vote in the February 22 primary (the highest of three candidates). Burlison and the second-place candidate will be in a general election on April 5.

Read the announcement in the Springfield News-Leader.

LP Monday Message: Students For Liberty Conference

February 21, 2011

Dear Friend of Liberty,

The Libertarian Party hosted a booth at the 2011 International Students For Liberty Conference over the weekend. You can view a brief video of the event here.

Popular Survivor Television Show Contestant Rupert for Indiana Governor (as a Libertarian)?

The latest political rumor in Indiana is that the Indiana Libertarians are trying to recruit Rupert Boneham as a candidate. 

Boneham, nationally known as Rupert, is a popular Survivor television show contestant.  In 2004, he received 10 million votes from television viewers as the most popular contestant (and was awarded one million dollars).

Republicans refuse to cut Selective Service

House Republicans, who claim to be dedicated to cutting government spending, opposed an amendment to their spending bill yesterday that would eliminate funding for the Selective Service System.

Saving money is less important to Republicans than making sure they can collect information needed to coerce American males into military service against their will.

A majority of House Democrats also voted against this amendment.

Words Do Have Meaning

Words Do Have Meaning
Co-Authored By Guy McLendon & Jeff Daiell
In writing about her novel, Anthem, Ayn Rand said she did not want statists to have this excuse, once a police state had America in its grip, "But that's not what we meant!"

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