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December 15, 2010

United Liberty: Senate Dems Roll out $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill with over 6,000 Earmarks

By Jason Pye, Originally Posted at United Liberty) Senate Democrats have rolled out a $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill – $575 million per page – to […]
December 14, 2010

The Bell Curve: Santa is Real

I absolutely love watching my grandchildren interact with Santa Claus. From their first Christmas, they all started out not wanting to have much to do with […]
December 14, 2010

LP Monday Message: Republicans Jack Up Government Spending

(By Wes Benedict, LP Executive Director) Dear Friend of Liberty, I’m sure you’ve seen the media reports of how President Obama and the Republicans are making […]
December 13, 2010

Indiana Economics: The Infrastructure Debate; How Bailouts Destroy American Ingenuity

(By George Edwards, cross posted at Indiana Economics.) Federal, State, and Local government have been working together, in recent days, to create what they think we […]
December 13, 2010

Reason.tv presents Great Moments in Unintended Consequences!

From ReasonTV: All actions have unanticipated side effects, but government acting through regulation or legislation is particularly adept at creating disastrous unintended consequences. Great Moments in […]
December 9, 2010

Indiana Economics: Is Mitch Daniels a “Free Markets” Governor?

(By George Edwards, Originally Posted at his blog, Indiana Economics.) The Cato Institute came out with its report card of state governors that gave governors a […]
December 9, 2010

The Bell Curve: A Growing Concern…

It sounds simple enough. Senate Bill 510 is called the “Food Safety Modernization Act”. I think somebody decided we needed a new law because of some […]
December 8, 2010

LP National: FCC Should Remain Neutral on Net Neutrality

(Originally posted at LP.org.) The Federal Communications Commission chairman, Julius Genachowski, released a statement on December 1st addressing the issue of net neutrality.  The FCC has […]
December 7, 2010

Libertarian Indianapolis City-County Councilor Coleman Introduces Proposal to Remove TSA from Indy Airport

Indianapolis City-County Councilor Ed Coleman (L) has introduced a proposal to to refuse further service from the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) at the Indianapolis airport. The […]
December 7, 2010

Is Indiana a State of Idiots?

(By George Edwards, Originally Written at his blog Indiana Economics.) The state of Indiana confiscates a lot of money from us every year to make us […]
December 7, 2010

Heartland: When Bake Sales Are Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Have Bake Sales

By the Heartland Institute’s Ben Boychuk. “Drop that brownie, young lady! You’re in violation of Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010.” Vilsack and Miller, who is […]
December 7, 2010

Reason: Does Preserving the Bush Tax Rates Doom Us to Massive Deficits? Nope!

Read the entire post at Reason.com. By Nick Gillespie So, does keeping the Bush tax rates mean that the government, which has hiked federal outlays 60 […]
December 6, 2010

Libertarians – Redistricting and Gerrymandering Seminar on December 17th

Dear Libertarian Friends: I am once again helping Common Cause with their yearly December seminar on the 17th. It is a topic near and dear to […]
December 6, 2010

LPMC Media Release: Ballards’ Broken Promise Not to Seek Re-Election

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAYOR BALLARD HAD PROMISED SUPPORTERS THAT HE WOULDN’T RUN AGAIN INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The Libertarian Party of Marion County (LPMC) is surprised to […]
November 29, 2010

Musician Jordan Page to Perform This Wednesday

November 23, 2010

National LP: Libertarians Mourn Death of David F. Nolan

(Please also read the NY Times Obituary of Mr. Nolan. It highlights his efforts for liberty in a very positive way.) November 22, 2010 Dear Friend […]
November 22, 2010

Sad News – David Nolan, R.I.P.

Libertarians across the country were saddened to learn that a co-founder of the Libertarian Party, David Nolan, had died suddenly Saturday night. The Libertarian Party was […]
November 17, 2010

Check Out Heartland’s New Policy Blog, ‘Somewhat Reasonable’

The Heartland Institute is proud to unveil its  new “in-house” policy blog, Somewhat Reasonable. It is the place friends and fans of The Heartland Institute can keep […]
November 16, 2010

2010 By the Numbers: A Final Look

The final numbers are in for the 2010 elections, and Libertarians had a very good year. Our party exists to give a platform to true advocates […]
November 16, 2010

The 7 Never-to-be-Forgotten Principles of Government

(By Harry Browne in 2003, Originally posted at HarryBrowne.org.) It’s easy to think sometimes that a new government program, law, or regulation could cure a pressing […]
October 11, 2012

Video of the Day: Joe Ruiz for Congress Ad – Paths to Liberty

Joe Ruiz for Congress Ad: Paths to Liberty [youtuber youtube=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzWiwtlmqeM’]
October 11, 2012

Ben Gehlhausen speaks to the WRTV Democracy 2012 Project.

Ben Gehlhausen, U.S. House 4th District Candidate, speaks to the WRTV Democracy 2012 Project. – http://bit.ly/QXulKw
October 11, 2012

Rex Bell speaks to the WRTV6 Democracy 2012 Project

Rex Bell, U.S. House 6th District Candidate, speaks to the WRTV6 Democracy 2012 Project. Click here to view:  bit.ly/QXulKw
October 11, 2012

Chard Reid: Upcoming 5th District Debates & Opportunities to Help Chard Win

Friends, Polls open on election day in 623 hours! That being said, I really need your help to promote the upcoming debates. Will you help me […]

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