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Libertarian Party of Idaho "Philisophic Brunch"

When:

Start date: 
Thursday, February 14, 2008 - 11:00am
End date: 
Thursday, February 14, 2008 - 2:00pm
Time Zone: 
US/Mountain

Where:

Elmers Restaurant
Nampa, ID

Description:

Contact:

Idaho State Chair

Rob Oates -  roboates@yahoo.com

Event

Libertarian Party of Idaho "Philisophic Brunch"

When:

Start date: 
Thursday, January 10, 2008 - 11:00am
End date: 
Thursday, January 10, 2008 - 1:00pm
Time Zone: 
US/Mountain

Where:

Elmers Restaurant
Nampa, ID

Description:

For more details on this event, please email Rob Oates at:

roboates@yahoo.com

Collin College (all campuses)

Contact: To be updated

School Level: 
College/University

Will the Feds Bust Santa Claus?

by George Getz (former Director of Communications for the Libertarian Party)
 
When Santa Claus comes to town this week, he'd better watch out -- because the federal government may be making a list of his crimes (and checking it twice), the Libertarian Party warned today.
 
"Hark the federal agents sing, Santa is guilty of nearly everything," said Libertarian Party press secretary George Getz. "The feds know when Santa's been bad or good -- and he's been bad, for goodness sakes."
 

Will 2009 be a better year than 2008?

Yes
29% (372 votes)
Maybe
18% (234 votes)
No
53% (670 votes)
Total votes: 1276

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Libertarians Accuse Obama of "Hawkish" Foreign Policy

Sub-Title: 

Party Says Obama Following Missteps of Bush Administration

America's largest third-party is accusing Barack Obama of pursuing the same "hawkish" foreign policy of his predecessor George Bush.  "What we hoped to see with the incoming Obama administration were plans for a total withdrawal from Afghanistan and Iraq," says William Redpath, national chairman of the Libertarian Party.  "Instead, we're seeing the same missteps of the Bush administration that have kept our troops in the Middle East since 2001." 

Are Democrats less "hawkish" than Republicans?

Yes
27% (53 votes)
Maybe
14% (28 votes)
No
58% (114 votes)
Total votes: 195

California Case Represents Ills of Direct Democracy

There has been a recent push in third-party circles for a move to "direct democracy" in the United States.  Direct democracy, where the citizens govern by majority vote, is often favored by those who wish to circumvent elected officials who those individuals feel cannot properly represent the interests of every U.S. citizen.  In terms of direct representation, direct democracy truly does meet these goals.  After all, every citizen has a voice—technically.

Do you like the Fair Tax?

Yes
32% (132 votes)
Maybe
20% (80 votes)
No
48% (196 votes)
Total votes: 408

Do you have a problem with Obama's selection of Pastor Rick Warren for the inauguration?

Yes
33% (94 votes)
Maybe
7% (20 votes)
No
60% (171 votes)
Total votes: 285

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