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LP Monday Message: Why are you a Libertarian?

March 7, 2011

Dear Friend of Liberty,

I want to know why you are a Libertarian Party member.

(If you're not already a Libertarian Party member, you can join today. Then, tell me why you joined.)

In addition to wanting to hear from you, I want to share your story with others. Your response may get reprinted on our website, in LP News (the official print newspaper of the LP), or somewhere else.

IHS offering free summer seminars

The Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) is offering free summer seminars on liberty. IHS writes:

This summer we have 12 seminars on both topical issues and careers, including two graduate student research seminars. Faculty this year includes philosopher David Schmidtz, Radley Balko of Reason, economist Steven Horwitz, and many others. More information is available at www.TheIHS.org/seminars.

"Wall of Shame" ad update

So far donors have contributed or pledged the amounts below toward our proposed "Republican Wall of Shame" ad. If we reach $5,000 by 11:59 p.m. on March 4, we plan to proceed with the ad project.

Please note, the total below is in addition to the original $10,000 donation we received for this purpose.

(approximate total)
3/3 11:00 a.m. ET: $3,900
3/3 1:15 p.m. ET: $4,500
3/4 4:30 p.m. ET: $5,500

Libertarian candidate Muir Boda advances to general election

Libertarian candidate Muir Boda, running for the Salisbury City Council in Maryland, placed fourth in the March 1 primary. He will advance to the general election on April 5.

Boda is vice-chair of the Maryland LP.

Visit Muir Boda's campaign website.

Help, still short on "Republican Wall of Shame" ad

Dear Friend of Liberty,

I hope you'll contribute $100 or $500 or whatever you can to help us reach the $15,000 minimum total for our plan to run an ad in the Washington Post.

View the original message.

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

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