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March 7, 2017

A Libertarian Plan for Road Funding

By John Pickerill The Indiana Department of Transportation recently estimated that Indiana needs an additional $1.2 billion in funding to properly maintain its roads.  There has […]
February 27, 2017

Pro-gun Rights and Fear | P J Klosinski

By P J Klosinski   My passion has always been how the law looks at inalienable rights and I have directed my efforts primarily toward reviewing proposed […]
February 23, 2017

The Right to Self-defense Or How to Enforce a Restraining Order HB 1071 | P J Klosinski

By P J Klosinski You are the victim of an act of violence which qualifies you to receive a civil protection order.  You receive approval from […]
February 21, 2017

Government Registration Required for Quality of Life Permission for Cannabidiol Treatment Advances – SB 15 | P J Klosinski

By P J Klosinski Here we are again Indiana has finally advanced the use of a controversial substance for the treatment of “intractable epilepsy”.  I am using […]
February 18, 2017

Indiana Republicans Just Voted to Raise Your Taxes | John Pickerill

By John Pickerill In case you missed it last week, the Republican-dominated House of Representatives here in the Hoosier state just voted to raise your taxes.  On […]
February 17, 2017

Stand Strong for Jailed Cuban Libertarians

By Michael Scott Sandridge We live in dangerous times where activists across the world face persecution or death for spreading ideas, a daring act in the eyes […]
February 13, 2017

Bill of Rights Equality vs. Legislated Discrimination | P J Klosinski

Bill of Rights Equality vs. Legislated Discrimination Determining the Value of an Individual or You Thought HB 1066 Bias Crimes was Unique? SB 439, SB 336, SB 270, […]
February 10, 2017

Medical Records Disclosure and the Right to Bear Arms HB 1446 | Phyllis Klosinski

By Phyllis Klosinski Do you have the obligation to disclose to your physician your ownership or access to a firearm? Should your medical records be available […]
February 5, 2017

Representative Brown’s “No Tax Increase” pledge | John Pickerill

By John Pickerill It is sad to see what today’s political power does to good people.  And it is heartbreaking when it happens to someone as nice […]
February 2, 2017

The Right to Life as Defined by DOME – Medical Marijuana SB 255 | P J Klosinski

By P J Klosinski “Section 1. WE DECLARE, That all people are created equal; that they are endowed by their CREATOR with certain inalienable rights; that […]
January 28, 2017

HRCC: The puppet master of Indiana Republicans

By John Pickerill The Indiana General Assembly opened its session in January.  It’s now the fifth straight year Republicans have a Democrat-proof super-majority in both House and […]
January 24, 2017

The Right of the “Proper Person” to Constitutional Carry HB 1159 | P J Klosinski

By P J Klosinski The Right of every individual to determine self-protection enshrined in both the Indiana Constitution and the U.S. Constitution has become known as […]
January 18, 2017

Could Indiana Bill HB1051 Nullify Federal gun Laws? | P J Klosinski

State Cooperation in Federal Gun Control Determines Right to Bear Arms Nullification – HB1051 By P J Klosinski What defines the individual right to self-protection?    That would depend upon […]
January 16, 2017

Religion is removed from Indiana Marriage HB1163 | P J Klosinski

Government Marriage Contract   By P J Klosinski What is marriage in Indiana?  This sounds simple and it is but there is greatly misunderstanding about what […]
January 13, 2017

The Convoluted Road Funding in Indiana | John Pickerill

By John Pickerill Road funding in Indiana. Here’s how convoluted today’s road funding process is, and how a significant portion of tax revenue from gasoline gets […]
January 11, 2017

Bill of Rights Privacy vs. Legislated DNA Collection Presumption of Guilt SB 322 | P J Klosinski

By P J Klosinski No charges filed?  Charges dismissed?  Too bad! Indiana is still entitled to your DNA.  Unless you are “acquitted of all felony charges” […]
January 8, 2017

Bill of Rights Equality vs. Legislated Discrimination Determining the Value of an Individual HB 1066 | P J Klosinski

  By P J Klosinski You are NOT LESS VALUABLE than another individual that is UNLESS Indiana passes a law which states you are! HB 1066 […]
January 4, 2017

Does the Republican Party Represent Fiscal Conservatives Anymore? | John Pickerill

By John Pickerill As the Indiana General Assembly begins their 2017 session this week, one would assume the Republican-dominated state government would be pushing legislation for […]
January 3, 2017

Bill of Rights Privacy vs. legislated DNA collection SB 104 | P J Klosinski

By P J Klosinski SB 104 is calculated to deny the rights of the accused. The prohibition against the government obtaining evidence against you without due […]
December 21, 2016

Bill of Rights Privacy vs. legislated DNA collection | P J Klosinski

By P J Klosinski The end justifies the means, or we are protecting you so we demand taking your DNA without a warrant based upon probable cause.   […]
April 1, 2011

Why I am a Libertarian: Joshua Sefchek

I believe in personal freedom, responsibility and accountability. People should be able to say, write, worship, eat, drink and smoke whatever they want as long as […]
November 5, 2010

Three Reasons The Midterm Elections Didn’t Change Anything

The economy, foreign policy, and social issues… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMtcTM9zZN4[/youtube]
November 1, 2010

Why I am a Libertarian: Former Democrat Mike Kole’s Conversion to the Libertarian Party

Mike Kole isn’t the only Libertarian in this series of podcast ‘conversion stories’ to go from the Democrats to the LP, but he was the first […]
October 29, 2010

Why I am a Libertarian: Joe Hauptmann, Candidate for IN House District 87 and Former LPIN Chair

It’s amazing how a person who can be a reliable source of argument could become a long-time teammate. Many years ago, Joe Hauptmann used to argue […]

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