Jul 24 2011

LPIN Podcast: Atlas Liberty’s Executive Director, Evan McMahon

Source: Libertarian Party of Indiana

Libertarians around the nation will have noticed lately that the Federal PAC Atlas Liberty has been more active than in previous years. After the 2010 elections, they hired a new Executive Director, Evan McMahon. Evan discusses the mission of Atlas Liberty PAC, the needs of the libertarian movement, and the differences between the cultures in the Republican Party and the Libertarian Party. Read more »

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Jul 24 2011

Watch Michael Munger discuss the current debt crisis

Source: Libertarian Party of Indiana (from an e-mail sent July 22)



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This past Monday night, libertarian economist Michael Munger spoke to the Libertarian Party of Indiana on the current debt ceiling crisis. Read more »

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Jul 24 2011

Free the Vote Update: Senate will consider H.B. 32

Source: Free the Vote North Carolina (from an e-mail sent July 23)

Dear Free the Vote supporter,

Great news! We have just learned that H.B. 32 The Electoral Freedom Act of 2011 will indeed make it to the state Senate floor this week. We can’t reveal how, but suffice it to say that it is the result of the work of one of our great sponsors and supporters. We don’t know when this will happen, and we might not have much notice. So, now is the time to take action and call or email your state Senator. Read more »

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Jul 24 2011

New York Special U.S. House Election Will Have 3 Candidates on Ballot

Source: Ballot Access News

The New York special election set for September 13, to fill the vacant U.S. House seat, 9th district, will have three candidates on the ballot. The Democratic-Working Families-Independence candidate is David Weprin. The Republican-Conservative candidate is Robert Turner. The Socialist Workers Party candidate is Christopher Hoeppner. Hoeppner got on the ballot by petition, and no one challenged that petition. Read more »

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Jul 24 2011

Jeffrey Sachs Writes that U.S. Needs a Third Party

Source: Ballot Access News

Jeffrey Sachs is a well-known economist. He was named as one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time Magazine, both in 2004 and 2005. He has written many books, including the best-sellers “The End of Poverty” and “Common Wealth.” He has recently written, “America needs a third-party movement to break the hammerlock of the financial elites. Until that happens, the political class and the media conglomerates will continue to Read more »

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