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Alternative Voice Needed in Final Debate

The presidential and vice-presidential "debates" are awful. The bloviating is excessive; the substance is minimal; and the moderating is bush league.

Virtually no one has been satisfied with the debates so far--except perhaps Barack Obama's campaign staff. The less substantive and contentious the debate is, and the less interesting the discussion--the better it is for the political front-runner, but not for the American people.

What will the NRA do?

From Jason Pye at the Barr Campaign:

It looks like the NRA is finally getting involved in the presidential race:

"Time" for change

In case you needed more evidence that the debt problem in the United States was getting out of control (largely thanks to "conservative" Republican presidents), the national debt clock has run out of room.

Is John McCain's age beginning to show?

Yes
73% (548 votes)
Maybe
10% (75 votes)
No
17% (124 votes)
Total votes: 747

Event

Tarrant County Libertarian Party Election Results Watching Party

When:

Start date: 
Tuesday, November 4, 2008 - 6:00pm
End date: 
Tuesday, November 4, 2008 - 6:00pm
Time Zone: 
US/Central

Where:

2505 E Grapevine Mills
Grapevine, TX 76051

Description:

TARRANT ELECTION NIGHT PARTY

The Tarrant County Libertarian Party (http://www.tarrantlp.org/) will host an election night party in Grapevine. 

Election Night Returns Watching Party in Grapevine (by DFW Airport) at "Love and War in Texas".   Tuesday, November 4th starting at 6:30 we'll have the run of the venue and the use of their stage, lights, theater sized screen and projector, PA system, multiple flat screen TVs.  We would be honored for you to attend!
 

Event

Texas LP State Committeee (SLECT) meeting

When:

Start date: 
Saturday, October 11, 2008 - 12:00pm
End date: 
Saturday, October 11, 2008 - 2:00pm
Time Zone: 
US/Central

Where:

4109 S Capital of TX Hwy
Austin, TX 78704

Description:

Some items on the agenda will be:
- A discussion of an offer for replacement of the executive director
- A discussion of National Party's bylaws related to selection of a Vice Presidential nominee
- Organizing for the 2009 state legislative session
- Adoption of the annual goals for the state party

The meeting is open to the public and will be held at the following location:

Pok-e-Jo'S
4109 S Capital of TX Hwy
Austin, TX  78704
512-440-0447
http://www.pokejos.com/4960299_38938.htm

Event

Texas Senatorial Debate with Yvonne Schick

When:

Start date: 
Thursday, October 9, 2008 - 8:00pm
End date: 
Thursday, October 9, 2008 - 10:00pm
Time Zone: 
US/Central

Where:

Description:

Texas Senatorial Debate

Don't miss the Texas Senatorial Debate with Yvonne Schick coming up against the major party Goliaths - Senator John Cornyn (Rep) and Rick Noriega (Dem).

Thursday, Oct. 9, at 8:00 pm.

It will be broadcast live on PBS affiliate channels in Houston on KUHT, in Dallas on KERA, and in Austin on KLRU. Those of you in other areas should check your local PBS listing.

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Time to Appoint Judges Dedicated to Constitutional Liberty

“The Supreme Court has begun another term, and it again possesses a full docket of critical cases,” observes Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party candidate for president. “Judicial appointments are one of the most important issues in choosing the next president, but we don’t need conservative or liberal justices.  Rather, we need justices committed to the Constitution, with its stringent limits on government power and strong protections for individual liberty,” Barr explains.

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For Immediate Release

Bush Administration Hypes Danger to Justify Intervention

"The Bush administration once again misled Americans into believing extreme danger was imminent and extraordinary U.S. government intervention was required to save our country," says Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party's presidential nominee.  "And, once again, the intervention of the Bush administration has made things much worse."

Will going negative help McCain?

Yes
24% (169 votes)
Maybe
15% (106 votes)
No
61% (432 votes)
Total votes: 707

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