Your editor has indicated to his university that he prefers to retire at the end of the current
academic year, which happened last week. The sign on his office door, the office being
completely cleaned out, reads
and notes in closing that almost 40 years ago I had been living in Santa Monica CA and
working at UCLA.
Advancing Liberty by taking stands on real issues. As some of you may have heard there is a Boston bid for a future Olympics. We’re starting with Keystone, which is almost as bad for similar reasons:
Eminent domain for private gain is public pain
Libertarians across America should condemn the Keystone pipeline bill as a scheme to use eminent domain to seize massive amounts of private property for the private gain of a select few oil interests.… Read more ...
George Phillies has compiled an excellent recap of Libertarian candidates’ results from the recent mid-term elections. It can be found in November’s issue of Liberty for America . With his permission, I’m posting that article in full now.
George Phillies, a Massachusetts Libertarian Party activist and former candidate for the party’s presidential nomination, released the April edition of his Liberty for America newsletter earlier this month. The newsletter covers news and views pertaining to the Libertarian Party.
Wonderful Libertarian News
National Organization of Libertarian Women
California State Convention
Oregon Record Candidate Count
Libertarian Voter Registration Up
George Phillies, Principal Officer of the Liberty for America Political
Action Committee, announced that Liberty for America is about to launch
a national media campaign calling for the impeachment of Director of
National Intelligence James Clapper and NSA Director Keith Alexander.
We are in the stage of developing the final media content from media
outlets, Phillies said.
(Little Rock, AR) The Libertarian Party of Arkansas (LPAR) is officially a recognized political party for the second time in history and will now be able to run candidates for office in 2014.
Last month the party submitted signatures to the Secretary of State’s office in order to fulfill the requirement of collecting at least 10,000 valid signatures from registered voters in the state.… Read more ...
With IP analysis complete, IPR can now release the official state-by-state results of its August 12-19 survey, which gauged reader preference for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination field.
In the poll, voters were asked to chose one of the following individuals, who at the time, were either running or had expressed an interest in running for the 2016 LP presidential nomination:
George Phillies (photo from his 2008 presidential campaign)
Every month, Massachussetts Libertarian Party activist and frequent IPR commentator George Phillies publishes Liberty for America. This online as well as hard copy newsletter covers news about the Libertarian Party as well as provides views and analysis on what is going on with the LP along with other pressing issues of the day.… Read more ...