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April 14, 2019

Please Help Keep Libertarians on the Ballot – Sign the Petition

The petition drive is underway!  The Libertarian Party of Arkansas is seeking to form a “new political party” again for the 2020 general election.  For the […]
March 29, 2019

Libertarians Sue Over Petition Law

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release:  3-29-2019 The Libertarian Party of Arkansas filed a complaint in federal court yesterday seeking to overturn the provisions of a new […]
February 23, 2019

Big Liberty Little Rock 2019: The LPAR Annual Convention

February 2, 2019

Arkansas House: Vote NO on SB 163

Statement of the Libertarian Party of Arkansas on SB 163 Adopted by resolution of the LPAR Executive Committee, February 2, 2019 The Libertarian Party of Arkansas […]
January 14, 2019

Libertarians to Arkansas Legislators: Pass the Political Party Inclusion Act

In 2018, for the fourth consecutive election cycle, the Libertarian Party of Arkansas fully and proudly participated in our state’s political process, offering Arkansans alternatives to […]
January 9, 2019

2020 Ballot Fund: Please Help Keep the Libertarian Party on the Ballot!

Once again, the Libertarian Party of Arkansas will have to collect petition signatures to become a “new” political party in 2020. The state’s election laws put […]


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January 6, 2020

LPAR Annual Convention – Feb. 22, 2020

The annual convention of the Libertarian Party of Arkansas will be held on February 22, 2020 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Conway. This is an […]
October 27, 2019

Libertarian Nominees for the 2020 Elections

At a Special Nominating Convention on October 26, the Libertarian Party of Arkansas approved nominations for several candidates for the 2020 elections. These candidates will move […]
October 17, 2019

Special Nominating Convention – October 26

The Libertarian Party of Arkansas will be holding a Special Nominating Convention on October 26, 2019.  We’ll be considering potential nominees for the 2020 elections, prior […]
 
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Absolutely. If we want the economy to get better, all we need to do is start accepting lower wages.I'd like to urge all of you to go to your bosses and ask them to reduce your pay so prices will go down.

Robot chefs dont spit in your food... unless they're programmed to.

I love you guys, but a post like this that doesn't give examples to your statement that, "They won’t even try to understand" without trying to educate them as to why and then say "They’ll just wave signs and chant slogans." makes no sense whatsoever. Suppressed minimum wages are damaging as well. The Self service kiosks, touch screen displays, and automation is already a thing and Employers that have the imagination to innovate are going to do this anyways. Don't just post to have something to post. Be different and make a difference. Don't tell people what to think, show the data, mane!

Y’all on fire in Arkansas with this one.

We need to do a better job of explaining that decoupling wages from skills and value is a bad idea. Many advocates of minimum wages are looking at cost of living as the metric to set wages not productivity and value. They think corporations are always going to hire the lowest cost labor regardless of if the labor brings value to the company. I disagree because whenever I apply for jobs they never ask me how low will I go to get the job, they ask me what my qualifications are. Another point is that many of these advocates have never hired a worker and dealt with the insurance, taxes, and paperwork associated with it. If you want 100% of your productivity to go in your own pocket, be a freelancer and then feel the wrath of the IRS directly.

Entry level/low skills.. matters not. Anyone working 40 hours/wk should be able to survive without government assistance. Period. Theyre already getting 15/hr. Just 7.50 of it comes from food stamps, tanf, section 8, etc. Stop subsidizing corporate greed.

And the fact that prices continue to raise and wages stay the same. We already have people working 40 hrs living in their cars.

This may sound good to the minimum wage worker but The people that the companies don’t out right layoff they will move to part time and they will all lose their benefits. And end up making less money because they are now part time instead of full-time. And let’s not forget the taxes will double which will cause them to earn even less money

All jobs that can be automated will be. If you aren't for minimum wage, please look into collective bargaining. Until then you are just slaves arguing over who has a better master.

People making $15hr now will demand the same wage increase and so on up the line.

....or we can fix this broken ass economy, and cheap ass companies that dont even pay their employees worth a fuck. Even skilled ones.No reason someone should be working 40 hrs a week pay check to paycheck, or in their car. Thats a lot of Americans right now. People wouldn't be demanding wage increases if the cost of living didn't skyrocket and wage stay the same.All in all... QUIT VICTIM BLAMING... AND GO AFTER THE REAL PROBLEM. Who do you think controls all this? You are not all smooth brains. Figure it out.

Machines are neither capitalists nor socialists.

I'm for $10.

Do people care whether their soda comes from a kiosk or a person's hand?

This was not designed to help anyone but to cause business to go exclusively to part time employees that they are not required to insure, resulting in support for universal government medical care and furthering their move to socialism. You are sheep and too ignorant to see the wolf.

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