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Gurgaon, the Libertarian Paradise from Mother Jones

| Fri Jun. 10, 2011 9:25 AM PDT

This is a fascinating story:

 

Why I ran for office - Mark Grannis

"I guess I was talked into the view that when you see something that needs to be done, you ought to step up and do it."

The Weiner Paradox by Dr. Tibor Machan

What is most puzzling about the scandal with Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-New York) isn't how stupid the man has been and apparently managed to be to the last moment before he came clean (enough).

TSA - Mark Grannis

"There could be Liberty Airlines, where people like me would fly and you know you'd be allowed to bring your gun, cased and unloaded."

Subsidies - Mark Grannis

"The most successful ones are the ones that benefit really small groups of people who can concentrate their political effort behind it."

LP Monday Message: Edwards, Weiner & Schwarzenegger

June 6, 2011

Dear Friend of Liberty,

John Edwards was the Democratic vice presidential nominee in 2004, and he was a leading contender for the presidential nomination in 2008. We all now know he cheated on his wife and lied to America about it throughout much of that time. Now he's facing potential jail time if convicted of using campaign funds for a cover-up.

Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner has put on quite a show lately.

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.

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