"...Every person seated was a Ron Paul Libertarian. The Convention was overrun by Ron Paul Libertarians. More than 2/3 of the delegates were Ron Paul Libertarians. When I mentioned that we were at a Republican Convention, they laughed out loud."
And don't miss her bio on the right panel, either.
When a libertarian hears something on the radio he doesn’t like, say an NPR Editorial or a Strasburg Waltz, he turns the channel; exercising free will and choosing not to listen to what they want without infringing on other peoples free choice to listen. When a Liberal rears something on the radio he doesn’t like, say a Rush Editorial or a Lee Greenwood moldy oldy they try to create a law like the “Fairness Doctrine” or take some other actions so that nobody has the choice to listen to what liberals don’t want to hear.Read more »
Libertarians are often marginalized, typically by the right, for wanting to legalize drugs. ”Whaddya wanna have HEROIN in vending machines!?!”, as some have ridiculously asked.
And while it’s true that Libertarians don’t support government action for dealing with a drug problem, it isn’t usually true that we think that people should use HARD drugs.
Kevin Carson calls out most libertarians who snarkily deride and attack the Occupy Wall Street movement, asking them (as suggested in the title of his C4SS piece), "Whose side are you on?"Read more »
Fox Business Network's John Stossel discusses his political views to a group of students at George Washington University.Read more »
Words have never killed anyone ever. Not one person in the history of mankind has been killed by a spoken or written word.Read more »
Anarcho-libertarian Doug Casey issues a critique of the Tea Party movement, muses on whether Republicans may in fact be worse than Democrats, and scorns the insipid Pledge to America.Read more »
As much as I hate to admit it, this blog has a point. Still, I want nothing to do with the Tea Party.Read more »
A good example of one of the things that is wrong with conservatives is provided by a conservative named Rich Lowry, who has an article today about the Detroit bomber case on nationalreviewonline.com, one of the premier websites in the conservative movement.
Lowry is upset that the suspect in the Detroit bomb base, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, was treated as federal criminal suspect rather than an enemy combatant in the war on terrorism.Read more »
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