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September 8, 2010

Ballot Discrimination In North Dakota

I was infuriated at seeing this item in the news. From the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead: A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Secretary of State […]
August 23, 2010

LP of Howard County announces meeting changes

The Libertarian Party of Howard County would like to invite the public to their next monthly meeting to be held Tuesday, August 24th at the Half […]
August 23, 2010

LP of Brown County Continues Outreach Efforts

The Libertarian Party Brown County Will have a Booth at the “Cordry-Sweetwater Lot Owners Association, Inc” 51ST Annual Ox Roast on Saturday September 4, 2010 From […]
August 20, 2010

Debate: Government Needs to Divorce the Marriage Business

(Posted by the national LP staff at LP.org.) On AOL News, Jeffrey Miron writes that marriage should not be defined and licensed by government, but instead […]
August 19, 2010

Secretary of State Candidate Mike Wherry on Ballot Access

The importance of the Secretary of State’s race to the Libertarian Party is well known to political insiders and long-time Libertarian supporters. Those supporters new to […]
August 19, 2010

US Senate candidate to attend Indianapolis Indians Game Monday

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – Former educator Rebecca Sink-Burris will watch the Indians tear up the Louisville Bats on Monday night (8/23/2010 @6pm – 10pm) as she attends […]
August 17, 2010

Fair Enough…

I spent last week campaigning at the Mooreland Fair. I’ve been attending the fair for 58 years. I don’t think I ever attended one that was […]
August 16, 2010

LPIN Podcast: Judge Bell’s Pennies, and Thoughts

Second-term Libertarian Judge Susan Bell of Hagerstown had two interesting experiences recently as the Hagerstown Judge. The first was of a man trying to get an […]
August 12, 2010

National LP: Libertarians call federal worker pay gap ‘appalling’

WASHINGTON – Recent data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis show that federal government workers get compensation, on average, more than twice as high as private-sector […]
August 12, 2010

Mark Vogel featured in LaPorte Herald Argus Newspaper

(LP Congressional District 2 candidate Mark Vogel was recently featured in the LaPorte newspaper, a key county in his district.) “I think there’s an awakening going […]
August 12, 2010

LPIN Podcast: Ed Coleman’s self-defense proposal shot down

If the US and Indiana Constitutions uphold the right of citizens to defend themselves with firearms, why does Indianapolis and Marion County override these freedoms with […]
August 6, 2010

The Real Cost of Network Neutrality

Marc Oestreich, Legislative Specialist at the Heartland Institute Dear Friends: No doubt you have all heard net neutrality in the news recently. Many have taken to […]
August 4, 2010

Nicknames and Nullification

There used to be a guy up in Mooreland who went by the nickname “Banjo”. I don’t know why people called him by that name. There […]
August 4, 2010

LPIN Podcast: Young Gun TJ Thompson’s takes aim at Mike Pence

TJ Thompson is one of three Libertarian candidates for US House under the age of 30 (the others are Jon Morris in District 1, and Chard […]
August 2, 2010

National LP: On Civil Liberties, Obama is Worse than Bush

By Wes Benedict, National Libertarian Party Executive Director Last week it was reported that the Obama Administration wants to give the FBI power to force internet […]
August 2, 2010

Why This Libertarian Supports the Indy Water Transfer

By Matt Wittlief This past Monday, the City-County Council voted to approve the transfer of water and wastewater utilities to Citizen’s Energy Group. The deal is […]
July 27, 2010

Hagerstown, Indiana – Elected Libertarian Central

(By Mark Rutherford, National LP Vice Chairman. Originally posted on LP.org.) Hagerstown, Indiana is a hotbed of elected Libertarian activity. It is a community of 1800 […]
July 26, 2010

LPIN Podcast: Greg Knott: ‘No Bull’ in District 9

Greg Knott’s novel slogan ‘No Bull’ is an acronym, signifying the six pillars of his platform in his bid to unseat incumbent Baron Hill in the […]
July 9, 2010

Taxes and LeBron James

(By Jason Pye, Originally Posted at United Liberty.) Were taxes a factor in LeBron James picking the Miami Heat over other teams, such as the New […]
July 7, 2010

If We Stop Spending, Will it Usher in the Great Depression?

By Evan Matthews, a Hoosier Libertarian “Spend now, while the economy remains depressed; save later, once it has recovered. How hard is that to understand?” Thus […]
September 24, 2012

We Are Libertarians – 023: Gangham Style, Tea Parties, and then The Fight

The seeds of last week’s passive aggression bubble over in to plain-old aggression over discussing conspiracies. We also discuss types of personalities in politics and what […]
September 20, 2012

Indiana Voter Registration Closes October 9th, 2012

If a voter would like to cast a ballot in the 2012 general election, they must be registered to vote by October 9, 2012. You have […]
September 20, 2012

Bell and Morrell participate in Video Forum

Both Jeremiah Morrell, Indiana House District 54, and Rex Bell, Congressional District 6, participated in video forums this morning for the Richmond-area newspaper. View the video […]
September 20, 2012

Video of the Day: Gary Johnson – The Budget

Visit http://www.garyjohnson2012.com/. [youtuber youtube=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BbC1WB-q24′] Direct Link: http://youtu.be/8BbC1WB-q24

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