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Interventionism - Tanuja Paruchuri

Libertarian Tanuja Paruchuri explains her views on interventionism.

 

Promises, Patriotism and Power

While on the trail, candidate Barack Obama promised that he "would revisit the PATRIOT Act to ensure that there is real and robust oversight of tools like National Security Letters, sneak-and-peek searches, and the use of the material witness provision." As president, Obama can't be bound to anything tricky like the Constitution let alone his word.

Future of the Libertarian Political Movement

The Libertarian Parties of New Hampshire and Massachusetts present a National one-day political conference "Future of the Libertarian Political Movement".

Hear the first Libertarian Presidential debate of the 2012 season:

R. Lee Wrights vs. Roger V. Gary. The New Hampshire and Massachusetts Libertarian Parties are each giving a first-round delegate vote to the winner of the post-debate straw poll.

Lead speakers include Guests of Honor Judge John Buttrick, Ernie Hancock, Angela Keaton, Joe Kennedy, Mary Ruwart, Bonnie Scott, John Walsh and Special Guest Don Gorman.

LP Monday Message: Send 3 best LP photos

May 23, 2011

Dear Friend of Liberty,

We're looking for high-quality photos to use in LP News, on LP.org, and in our brochures.

Please email three high-quality digital photos to us by replying to this email or by sending an email to info@lp.org. Please do the following:

Liberty Loses a Friend in Memory of Alan Bock

The cause of individual liberty earlier today lost one of its best friends and most vigorous champions, Alan W. Bock. Mr. Bock, 67, died early Wednesday morning at his home in Lake Elsinore, from cancer. He was a senior editorial writer and columnist for the Register’s Opinion section from1980 to 2011.

And, he was a friend to every member of our department, deeply respected for his intellect and eloquent writing, and loved for his generous spirit and unflagging optimism.

LNC Summer Internship Program

The Libertarian National Committee is now accepting applications for our summer internship program. Primarily, the program is focused on expanding communication between the national office, party members, and potential members. This is accomplished by addressing questions about the party platform, participating in grassroots events, and online activism. In addition, interns assist with fundraising, social media, marketing, blog writing, research, video's, and administrative tasks.

LP makes front page of FEC newsletter - for suing the FEC

The May 2011 issue of the Federal Election Commission's newsletter, The Record, is available here.

It features the Libertarian Party's March 17, 2011 lawsuit over bequeathed donations.

VICTORY! HB 1937 Passes Texas House

From the Libertarian Party of Texas:

AUSTIN, May 16, 2011- On Thursday, May 12 the Texas House passed historical legislation. By a unanimous voice vote, HB 1937 will ban TSA's "enhanced pat-downs" in Texas airports.

This victory is due to the hard work of many concerned Texans. Some made it to Austin for the committee hearing to testify, and many called their Representative to be sure they were in support of HB 1937. Thank you all for taking a stand!!

Rep. Simpson's Press Release:

LP Monday Message: Videos and Indiana candidates

May 16, 2011

Dear Friend of Liberty,

The Indianapolis Star reported on the May 14 nomination of 16 candidates by the Libertarian Party of Marion County for Indianapolis City-County Council. Read the article.

Among the candidates is incumbent Ed Coleman, who currently serves on the City-County Council as a Libertarian.

LP Headquarters is putting together a series of short videos addressing issues. Below are two of them:

Why you don't reward bad business - Arvin Vohra

Libertarian candidate, author, and entrepreneur Arvin Vohra describes the libertarian stance on bailouts.

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