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Tonight is our October Social Meetup

Tonight October 11th at 7pm to 9pm is our monthly social meetup.  Our Meetups are fun events to network with your fellow Libertarians.  Anyone can attend, so if you’re unfamiliar with libertarianism and the Libertarian Party, our meetups also offer an opportunity  to learn in a relaxed environment.   This is our last meetup before […]

Meet the Three Frontrunners for the Libertarian Party Nomination for the Presidency.

With Donald Trump pretty much locking up the Republican nomination for the Presidency, interest has never been greater in who the Libertarian Party’s nominee will be. We won’t go into specifics about what Trump represents, we will just leave it that; many of us in the Libertarian Party have been predicting this moment for the […]

What does the Not Guilty verdict in the murder of Kelly Thomas teach us?

As most of you are aware,  the killers of Kelly Thomas, former Fullerton Law Enforcement Officers Manny Ramos and Jay Cicinelli were found not guilty earlier today. What does this teach us?  It teaches many things, at least it teaches only for those who choose to listen and ask questions.  Some of these lessons are […]

Fast Food workers, don’t go banging a drum for $15 an hour. You might get replaced by a robot.

In the current debate over potentially increasing minimum wage, a number of fast food workers have recently hit the streets in several cities for one day strikes in the attempt to call attention to their plight.  Which is they don’t make enough money to make ends meet.  Many libertarians and conservatives have scoffed at these […]

If they can’t take your video games away from you, then they’ll tax you for the privilege to play them.

Attempts in recent years by politicians at both state and federal level to censor violent video games have universally failed. Some obstacle called the 1st Amendment impedes attempts at censoring media in the United States. Unlike other amendments, hopefully this one will continue to stand strong in the future. We’ll see how that goes. But […]

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