Jordan Page Performs at Private Home in Los Angeles, Performs Set with Host

Jordan Page is a musician who many of you in the Liberty community may know about. He’s a young man who has taken a lot of what we say in our movement and puts it into music. This is how he makes his living. He came out to California the 24th of January and performed at Judd Weiss’s house in Bel-Air. Judd is a member of the Libertarian Party, and was on the California Executive Committee until he resigned in December. This set in the video was Judd performing with Jordan at the end of the evening.

4 thoughts on “Jordan Page Performs at Private Home in Los Angeles, Performs Set with Host

  1. Jill Pyeatt Post author

    This was a great event! Lots of Los Angeles liberty personalities were there. I’d like to recommend the second song in the video, which is a cover of one of my favorite songs: “Wish You Were Here” by Pink Floyd. Jordan articulates the lyrics well. They are profound (I think). Example: Did you exchange a walk-on part in the war, for a lead role in a cage?”

    Anyway, this is what activism in LA looked like in January 2015! I’ll bet you all wish you were here!!!

  2. Andy

    I hate to sound like I am nitpicking, but I do not consider this to be activism. This is more in the category of a social gathering and/or preaching to the choir.

    It was probably a fun event, and I would like to have made it though.

    Activism would be doing things like running an outreach table, door-to-door canvasing, sign waving, putting up signs, gathering petition signatures, registering people to vote (as Libertarians), handing out pamphlets, flyers, DVD’s, bumper stickers, etc…, speaking to groups where most of the people in attendance are not libertarians, etc….

    I think that one of the reasons that the Libertarian Party is not bigger is because too many Libertarians mistake preaching to the choir as activism.

  3. Jill Pyeatt Post author

    Andy, it wasn’t a serious comment. I was meaning it to be rather tongue-in-cheek.

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