End the Fed Arkansas Rally – Little Rock! RSVP HERE! http://www.facebook.com/events/163591980431439/
We invite everyone in Arkansas from every political and ideological persuasion to join with us to take back control of our monetary and banking systems. This is an issue that affects EVERYONE. A mini-audit was done from 2007 – 2010 that exposed Trillions of (taxpayer . . . → Read More: End the Fed Arkansas Rally – Little Rock!
Photo courtesy of Andy Shupe with NWAOnline.com (Copeland on the left)
Casey Copeland, Treasurer for the Libertarian Party of Arkansas, attorney and Alderman in Prairie Grove, AR, brought a case to the Arkansas Supreme Court that led to the overturn of the law banning sexual contact between teachers and adult students. The Arkansas Supreme . . . → Read More: Libertarians Making a Difference in Arkansas – Casey Copeland, Attorney
This is a continuation of the LPAR bringing you blog posts by our upcoming speakers at our State Convention on April 9th. This was originally posted at Liberty for All.
by R. Lee Wrights
“The only defensible war is a war of defense.”
- C.K. Chesterton
One of the most misunderstood principles of libertarianism is the . . . → Read More: Opposing war doesn’t make you a pacifist
posted this in Capitalism, Constitution, Drug War, Economics, Letter from the Chair, Libertarianism, Liberty, LPAR Executive Committee, National News, Taxes
on December 4th, 2010
Rodger Paxton, Chairman of the LPAR, was a guest panelist on Liberty Cap Talk Live tonight. To listen to the podcast, go to Liberty Cap Talk Live and download the .mp3 file. You can also listen to it on your iPod device by going to iTunes. Other panelists were James Oaksun, Treasurer of . . . → Read More: LPAR Chair Participates as a Panelist on Liberty Cap Talk Live
posted this in Constitution, Liberty
on September 17th, 2010
223 years ago today in 1787, the Philadelphia Convention adopted the U.S. Constitution. Today, that Constitution is being attacked from all over, which makes it more important today than at any time in our history.
In honor of the date of adoption, I challenge everyone to commit themselves to understanding this venerable document more. You . . . → Read More: Happy Constitution Day!
What do they mean by building a mosque in New York, and right down there at Ground Zero no less! Why we can’t have that! So what if we have the unalienable right to worship as we see fit, that don’t mean *they* can build a mosque right down there on Ground Zero. They are . . . → Read More: What are those sneaky Mooslums up to now?
In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled Chicago’s gun ban unconstitutional due to the 2nd Amendment’s right to keep and bear arms and the 14th Amendment’s Due Process clause.
The 214 page majority opinion can be found here.
According the the Chicago Tribune, “The Chicago City Council could consider new . . . → Read More: MCDONALD ET AL. v. CITY OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, ET AL.
There has been much press this past week, and it probably will be continuing for some time, about Rand Paul and his statements concerning the Civil Rights Act and “institutionalized racism”, as one media pundit put it. I’ve watched the sound bites of what Rand said and fully understand why the media and “blogosphere” are . . . → Read More: Much ado about something
posted this in Constitution
on May 15th, 2010
The United States as we know it today is a far cry from the vision the Founding Fathers had in mind at the end of the 18th century. Upon declaring independence from the British Empire America was to become a nation of free people with a minimal government whose purpose was to protect violations of person or property. . . . → Read More: Governing with the consent of the governed?
Statement of Congressman Ron Paul United States House of Representatives Statement on Motion to Instruct Conferees on HR 2194, Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability and Divestment Act April 22, 2010
Mr. Speaker I rise in opposition to this motion to instruct House conferees on HR 2194, the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability and Divestment Act, and I . . . → Read More: Ron Paul Rising in Opposition to Iran Sanctions