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Darrell Castle: Freedom Fighters and Public-Sector Unions

by Darrell Castle
Constitution Party National Committee Vice-Chairman

What do the people rioting in the Middle East and the people protesting reductions in public-sector union bargaining rights have in common?

Not much, but the driving force behind each of them is similar, and that driving force is economic hardship.

What we are likely seeing is the crumbling of a world economic order that has existed for decades if not for centuries.… Read more ...

Dr. Tom Stevens announces plans to form Personal Freedom Party in New York

In IPR comments on a previous post, Dr. Tom Stevens writes

In light of the continued failure of the LP in New York, the Personal Freedom Party will be giving it a shot in 2014. They just adopted a platform which you can see at:
http://drtomstevens.blogspot.com/2010/11/personal-freedom-party-adopts-platform.html

This assumes that the LPNY in fact failed to obtain the 50,000 votes in the race for Governor that are required to obtain ballot status.… Read more ...

Libertarian Party of Ohio on their progress

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LIBERTARIANS CONTINUE TO GAIN GROUND IN OHIO

Republicans won the 2010 mid-term elections based primarily on a huge resurgence of public interest in Libertarian platforms of smaller government involvement and common sense fiscal conservatism. While the tidal wave of Republican enthusiasm has swept the GOP back into power, they weren’t the only party to make significant gains on Tuesday, states the Libertarian Party of Ohio’s Political Director Michael Johnston.… Read more ...

Adrian Galysh: ‘Alex Padilla’s SB 602 requires food handlers to get a license to flip burgers for minimum wage, but none to mis-manage the state for $95,281/year’

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VAN NUYS, CA: Adrian Galysh, candidate for California State Senate, district 20 (San Fernando Valley), responds to Senator Alex Padilla’s “Food Safety” law that will require food handlers to pay licensing and training fees, “While this bill may bring in millions of dollars of “easy money” for the government, it is taking money out of the pockets of 1.4 million hard working Californians that need it the most.… Read more ...