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August 20, marks the 78th birthday of the Champion of Sound Money and the man who, with your help, brought the Federal Reserve to the forefront of the political debate.
As Dr. Paul celebrates tomorrow, it would be an incredible birthday gift for him to see that support for his Audit the Fed bill is stronger than ever! Call your Senators and Representative and demand that they cosponsor the Audit the Fed bills.
William E. "Bill" Morris passed away on 25 July 2013, apparently from complications from pneumonia.
Bill was the founder of the Libertarian Party of Delaware in 1975, and stayed actively engaged in what he considered an ongoing battle for freedom until just a few months before his death.
Those of us who knew Bill will remember him first and foremost as a gentleman and a gentle man. I cannot recall him ever speaking an intemperate word about another human being, though he could be merciless in arguing against what he considered stupid positions, laws, or policies.
Here's what I specifically recall about Bill from knowing him during the last decade of his life:
(1) When Bill ran for US Senate in 2004 he shared a debate stage in Dover with Tom Carper and whichever sacrificial Republican (some guy named Bill Roth) was up that year. Carper, who never takes chances, ignored Bill through most of the debate, but then turned in the last few seconds and asked him how he felt about being the representative of a party that wanted to take all restrictions off of pornography. Never missing a beat, Bill told him that he guessed he felt the same way that Carper did about representing a party born to support the institution of slavery.
Welcome to the beginning of America as it was intended.
Anonymous has made progress as a collective to bring to light many truths that have laid hidden in the darkness by corrupt and evil men and women.
Our forefathers had a dream of a nation. One that was powerful as long as it sought its strength from among it's people. They laid the foundation and it's our job to fulfill their dream so we can live out ours.
There was a dream of a free land called the United States of America... that Dream shall be realized
On May 25, activists around the world will unite to March Against Monsanto.
For too long, Monsanto has been the benefactor of corporate subsidies and political favoritism. Organic and small farmers suffer losses while Monsanto continues to forge its monopoly over the world’s food supply, including exclusive patenting rights over seeds and genetic makeup. Monsanto’s GMO seeds are harmful to the environment; for example, scientists have indicated they have caused On May 25, activists around the world will unite to March Against Monsanto.
Why do we march?
The following 43 U.S. Senators voted in direct violation of their Oath of Office and Article VI Clause 3 to cede your 2nd Amendment rights to the U.N.
In a roll call vote on S.Amdt. 139 to S.Con.Res. 8 "To uphold Second Amendment rights and prevent the United States from entering into the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty." the following 43 senators voted Nay:
The 2013 LPD convention will be held on Saturday, May 18, from Noon to 4pm at the Kent County Theater Guild in Dover. (Get Directions)
Convention business will include Election of Party Officers and Updates on the status of Federal, State & Local legislation that we support or oppose.
Refreshments will be available
Speakers and Guests
- Dr. Vince Schaller, owner of Hockessin Walk-in Medical Care, will tell us exactly how the State Insurance Commissioner is playing crony capitalism with big insurance companies to drive local operations out of business
- Gwendolyn Jones from the Sussex LP will be talking about alternative energy sources
- Delaware NORML
- Fully Informed Jury Association of Delaware
By Taylor Tyler
Every four years presidential debates are held in the United States, which are no doubt one of the most important and influential aspects of a presidential electoral campaign. Candidate debate performance heavily influences vote results.
Third party candidates have been included in two debate cycles since 1960. All remaining debates have included only two candidates, one Democrat and one Republican.
That fact seems odd when you think about how many other big party candidates such as Libertarian, Green, and Constitution Party members also run for the position of President of the United States. For the 2012 race, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson is one of three people who will appear on all 50 state ballots, and has polled as high as 19% against Obama. This Wikipedia entry shows that there are at least 15 total candidates running in the upcoming election. Why are none of them invited to the debates? Don’t we, the people, have a right to choose who we want at our presidential debates and to be free of excessive bipartisan control?
Want to see Gary Johnson (and other 3rd Party candidates in the debates?
Do you think that polls should include Libertarian Gary Johnson instead of pretending that he doesn't exist and that his 5+% support nationwide and 10-15% in some of the important "Swing States" will have no effect on the Election?