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Our turn to do what’s right

Our turn to do what’s right

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by Michael Badnarik This article is now an unofficial status page for Sheriff Finch’s confrontation with Florida authorities. I have no official connection with Sheriff Finch, however I am happy to support anyone brave enough to openly defend the Second Amendment during an administration which is so blatantly hostile to…

Ten reasons why senators should vote against the gun control bribe-o-thon

Ten reasons why senators should vote against the gun control bribe-o-thon

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by Michael Hammond You wouldn’t jump into a cesspool because you were not absolutely sure what was in it. Similarly, it would be insanity to vote to proceed to the gun control bribe-o-thon because you’re not absolutely sure what will come out of it. Unless Harry Reid wants to invoke…

NC Libertarians set another record

NC Libertarians set another record

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by Brian Irving The North Carolina Libertarian Party has achieved another historic milestone in state politics. It now has the highest share of registered voters than any other third party in modern history, according to an analysis by Richard Winger of Ballot Access News. Although the actual number, 0.31 percent,…

Torture Boycott

Torture Boycott

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by Brian Wright Organize and join the ‘Torture Boycott’… or at least think about maybe, say, between work, watching the hockey playoffs, and taking your kids to choir practice, possibly considering working with fellow citizens to, some would say, take a stand-no, stand is too strong a word: perform a…

The Million Vote March succeeds: Washington, take heed!

The Million Vote March succeeds: Washington, take heed!

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by Mary J. Ruwart   In late February of this year, Lee Wrights, Libertarian Party presidential hopeful, put up the Million Vote March website. The idea was simple: if voters didn’t like either of the “establishment” candidates, they were encouraged to cast a protest vote for the Libertarian Party nominee…

Secret to Sovereignty

Secret to Sovereignty

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by Michael Badnarik I taught my first Constitution class on January 27, 2001 at the (now defunct) Chariot Inn in Austin, Texas. Most of my students that day were friends of mine who were merely showing their support, much like attending a birthday party for someone you don’t know very…

Myers responds to WFAA debate questions and answers

Myers responds to WFAA debate questions and answers

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by Myers campaign staff   John Jay Myers released a series of videos Friday in response to some of the WFAA debate questions and his opponents’ answers. WFAA excluded the Libertarian candidate from the televised October 2 debate using what Mr. Myers considered to be dubious criteria and partisan bias.…

Second Sheriff Convention

Second Sheriff Convention

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by Michael Badnarik   On January 30th, Sheriff Mack (and several dozen volunteers) organized a conference in Las Vegas designed to educate the County Sheriff about his authority over the federal government. That first convention was a huge success by all accounts, and the most common sentiment expressed afterward is…

Arms Trade Treaty – The end of the beginning

Arms Trade Treaty – The end of the beginning

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by GOA staff The pro-gun community breathed a collective sigh of relief after United Nations negotiators failed to produce a treaty regulating global arms trade on Friday. “There is no consensus and the meeting is over,” said a spokesman for the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs, which sponsored the…

Reid to push gun-grabbing judge for Nevada

Reid to push gun-grabbing judge for Nevada

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by GOA staff   Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) is attempting to push yet another radical anti-gunner through the U.S. Senate.   This time it’s Elissa Cadish, who flatly denies that the Second Amendment protects a fundamental right. Asked in 2008 by a group called Citizens for Responsible Government whether…
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