With the announcement that a Remotely Piloted Aircraft (drone) command center will open at the Horsham Air Guard Base (located in Montgomery county, Pennsylvania) in October local activists from all parts of the political spectrum came together and swung into action. On April 27, 2013 about one hundred protesters marched to the base's main gate and held a rally they called Drone Free Horsham.Read more »
Libertarian/voluntaryist Jennifer Grossman tells The Libertarian Republic that that she's looking to have JAGTV, a new libertarian TV news network, launch this fall 2013.Read more »
As part of the nationwide series of rallies standing up for gun rights the liberty minded people of Montgomery County, PA came together. I had the honor of addressing them. In this speech I bring up the fact that in February of 2010 students in Venezuela marched unarmed and were violently repressed. Also brought up was the gun buyback in Bensalem, PA. The talk finished with the main point that we can't submit to the government when it comes to money confiscation (taxes) and then think we have a leg to stand on when they want to confiscate our guns.Read more »
This starts with a discussion about antibacterial soap and our societal desire to rid the planet of all unpleasantries, which evidently includes things like RVs parking in front yards, kids passing gas in school, and more!Read more »
How much would a libertarian society differ from the statist society in which we live? It would be radically different. Here are ten ways a libertarian society would be different:Read more »
A NJ town is proposing banning flags, banners, and pennants. What's left of advertising?Read more »
"The Judge" agrees with Lysander Spooner in his wonderful speech at the Mises Supporters Summit. More at MisesMediaChannel on YouTube.Read more »
The duopoly-the Republican and Democratic Parties-claim to not agree on much, but they certainly agree on one thing: Only Republicans and Democrats are permissible candidates for election to public office.Read more »
I'm sending you a story about Rick Stewart, a political activist and retired grandfather who drove all the way from Cedar Rapids, Iowa to Washington, DC to convince the Commission on Presidential Debates to open up communications with the public about 3rd party candidates. Please take a look at the story when you get a chance. Mr. Stewart is in DC now and would welcome the chance to talk about his story. His contact information is below.
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They came to Washington DC from cities and small towns, from near and far, to break the law. Their crime? Selling raw milk and lemonade without permits nor licenses. Fortunately, the civil disobedience went well. Unlike last year the police didn't interfere and the protest went off with no one arrested.Read more »
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