Libertarians Working for You Radio Show Featuring LP Candidates Brannon McMorris & Rocky Palmquist


Start date: 
Wednesday, August 13, 2014 - 2:00pm
End date: 
Wednesday, August 13, 2014 - 3:00pm
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Libertarians Working for You Show 27

Recorded Live on Wednesday, August 13, 2-3 P.M. Eastern


Show Title:

Candidates Brannon McMorris (L) & Rocky Palmquist (L) on Dismantling Federal Programs and Cutting Taxes




Brannon McMorris (L), Candidate for U.S. Senate in Louisiana

Rocky Palmquist (L), Candidate for Texas Agriculture Commissioner



Republicans and Democrats are losing registrations across the country, while Libertarian registrations are rising. This is a problem for the Democrats and Republicans, and a bigger problem for their political cronies, who depend on the unfair privileges they get from the Democrats and Republicans. Libertarians, like the two guests this week, have pledged to downsize the Federal government, and remove those unfair privileges. That means more freedom, more jobs, better education, and more economic opportunities for everyone else.

Libertarian Candidate for U.S. Senate, Brannon McMorris (L)


Brannon McMorris (L) is an engineer who’s led successful projects at Intel and Hewlett Packard. He will work to abolish the IRS, repeal the Controlled Substances Act and end the War on Drugs, fight laws to control the Internet, stop government spying on citizens, extend marriage equality to all couples, and vote down any increase in the military budget.

Libertarian Candidate for Texas Agriculture Commissioner, Rocky Palmquist (L)


Rocky Palmquist (L) is a Texas farmer who plans to fight the costly War on Drugs and help Texas farmers by fighting to fully legalize hemp and marijuana in Texas, will immediately cease the federal program to put cameras on the border, and will look for pork to cut in school food programs, and begin a top-down management job attrition in the agency. He promises to fight all new laws to regulate Texas farmers and will fight the favors granted to big agricultural corporations by their cronies in the state.


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