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April 30, 2010

How Immigration Crackdowns Backfire

From Reason.com Arizona legislators are fed up with being terrorized by illegal immigrants, and they have passed a law to get tough. Under the measure, passed […]
April 30, 2010

Secretary of State Candidate Wherry Launches First Libertarian Media Buy in 2010

Mike Wherry, Libertarian candidate for Secretary of State, is hitting the airwaves. In this primary election season, the Wherry campaign wants to remind voters that there […]
April 29, 2010

News Release: Libertarian Party of Indiana Nominates 2010 Candidates

The Libertarian Party of Indiana held its annual convention in Indianapolis this past weekend, April 23, 24 and 25. The Libertarian Party of Indiana selected its […]
April 28, 2010

LPIN Podcast: Sam Goldstein’s Post-Convention Notes

State Chair Sam Goldstein offers his observations of the recent State Convention of the Libertarian Party of Indiana, highlighting elements of the event that made it […]
April 27, 2010

Libertarian candidates to appear on WXNT 1430 tomorrow morning

Mike Wherry for Indiana Secretary of State and US Senate Candidate Rebecca Sink-Burris are going to be on Abdul-Hakim Shabazz on Newstalk 1430 WXNT tomorrow morning.  Tune in between […]
April 27, 2010

Reason Magazine Comes To The Defense of the Tea Party Movement

Finally!  Someone who actually understands statistical analysis comes to the defense of the Tea Party Movement to expose some of the more vicious myths about our […]
April 27, 2010

Advice to Tea Partiers

John Samples (author of The Struggle to Limit Government) and the Cato Institute offer advice to Tea Partiers in this video clip best summarized by these […]
April 27, 2010

Public Employee of the Year Awards!

Public Employee of the Year [hulu:http://www.hulu.com/embed/AmuCTb1tvO-5YOc5N-97Mg] See Also: Federal pay ahead of private industry by USA Today
April 27, 2010

Thanks Everyone

The State Convention for the Libertarian Party of Indiana held over this past weekend was our most successful one to date!  The light of Liberty is […]
April 27, 2010

Should State Agencies compete for funds?

Recently Gov. Daniels (R) renewed his call for state agencies to reduce their operating budgets by up to 15% in the face of Indiana’s growing budget […]
April 26, 2010

Ever wonder about the origin of the District of Columbia?

Ever wonder why our nation’s capital is known as “Washington, District of Columbia”?  And not Washington, MD?  or even Washington, VA?  Most Libertarians are of the […]
April 25, 2010

LPIN Podcast: Mike Wherry LPIN Candidate for Secretary of State

Delegates to the annual Libertarian Party of Indiana State Convention have nominated Mike Wherry as their 2010 candidate for Secretary of State. The SOS race is […]
April 23, 2010

NOTICE: A Cheat Sheet for 2010 Candidate Forms. What’s a CFA 1 Anyways?

This legal jargon may sound intimidating, but it amounts to less than 15 minutes of filling out simple forms to place you on the Indiana ballot […]
April 22, 2010

“After-Hours” with all Hoosier Libertarians

Attention Libertarians from around the State!  Join libertarian advocates from across Indiana for some casual libertarian fun! April is the month of Libertarian Conventions, and Indianapolis […]
April 21, 2010

NYT and CBS conduct national poll of Tea Party Supporters

A national survey of tea party supporters conducted by the New York Times and CBS News has yielded some interesting results.  Despite the overarching narrative that the […]
April 21, 2010

Google posts top-level view of Government Requests Online

Google has started to post a top level view of all the requests that they receive from world governments to either edit their content or to […]
April 19, 2010

LPIN Podcast: State Chair Sam Goldstein on upcoming state convention

The second-most important event in the LPIN’s annual calendar, the state convention, approaches. Delegates from all across the state meet to do the business of nominating […]
April 16, 2010

Don’t Get Mad, Get Even!

My 11th grade history once told my class that we have an illusion of power when it comes to our government. He said “You all will follow my instructions because I am the teacher, and I have the illusion of power. But there are 30 strong individuals in front of me, and you could easily ignore or overtake me at any moment. But you don’t, because you think I control you or you are too afraid of the consequences.”
April 14, 2010

The Money Tree

They say that money doesn’t grow on trees. That’s true. It grows in banks. I’m not talking about compounding interest either. I’m talking about creation of […]
April 14, 2010

What Value, Tea Partiers?

When not being denigrated as ‘teabaggers’, when not painted with a broad brush by focusing on the nuts any group has, the Tea Partiers can bring […]
September 14, 2012

We Are Libertarians – 022: Discord, Bad Cords, and Property Rights

In a show filled with co-host discord, bad cords, and James Nease, the guys go deep in the philosophy of mutualism vs. anarcho-capitalism, property rights, eminent domain, and […]
September 13, 2012

Family business of 40 years fights eminent domain by Ball State

Ball State University has recently voted to use eminent domain to seize the private property of Hiatt Printing to build the McKinley Commons, a $25.9 million hotel, […]
September 13, 2012

Gov. Gary Johnson Releases Statement Regarding Libya Attack

Governor Gary Johnson released the following statement regarding the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya: It is tragic when Americans serving their country are murdered, […]
September 12, 2012

Video of the Day: Reason TV – Libertarian Party Candidate Gary Johnson on Voting Libertarian For One Election

“There are a lot more people in this country that describe themselves as libertarian than vote libertarian,” says Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson. “You are a libertarian. […]

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