Tag Archives: Carl Person

Carl Person Fires Campaign Manager, Apologizes for Bestiality Comments

According to now-fired campaign manager Tom Stevens, Libertarian Party Presidential candidate Carl Person has issued the following statement:

I have terminated Dr. Tom Stevens as my Campaign Manager because of the direction my campaign was going, which was different from the direction I have intended. The material on bestiality published and emphasized by Dr.

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Carl Person: How State LPs Can Win The State Wide Vote

Emailed to IPR:

HOW ANY STATE LIBERTARIAN PARTY CAN WIN THE STATE-WIDE VOTE – BY SHOWING THAT LIBERTARIAN PRINCIPLES WORK IN CREATING PROSPERITY

Substance of My Statements Made at the 10/22/11 Illinois State LP Presidential Debate

(by Carl Person, Candidate for Libertarian Party Nomination for President)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

New York, NY, October 24, 2011.… Read more ...

Jeremy Young analyzes Illinois Libertarian presidential debate

By Jeremy Young

From comments on a prior IPR post. The debate can be viewed at http://rjharris2012.com/:

Instead of finishing what I was supposed to be doing tonight, I went ahead and watched this entire debate. Here are my thoughts on what I saw and heard. Interested readers should know that I’m a supporter of third parties but not a Libertarian, so my interest here is to have the strongest possible Libertarian win the Presidential nomination.… Read more ...

Carl Person: Regulatory Cost of Student Loans Is 95% of the Loan

Emailed to IPR by Carl Person, a candidate for the Libertarian nomination:

New York, NY, October 20, 2011. Carl Person, Candidate for the Libertarian Party’s nomination for President, made the following statement today concerning USA Today’s 10/19/11 lead story “Student loan debt surpasses $1 trillion – Burden could drag economy in future”.… Read more ...

Libertarian presidential candidates forum live from Bloomington, Illinois

The Libertarian Party of Illinois will be streaming a presidential candidates forum live from their state convention Saturday, October 22 beginning at 2:30 p.m. (CDT).

Participating candidates include RJ Harris, Roger Gary, Lee Wrights, Carl Person, and Bill Still. The forum will be moderated by Lex Green, 2010 Illinois gubernatorial candidate and current state political director.… Read more ...

Carl Person: Occupy Wall Street and 99% need the Libertarian Party

OCCUPY WALL STREET AND 99% NEED THE LIBERTARIAN PARTY AND
WE SHOULD MAKE CONTINUING EFFORTS TO INCLUDE THEM – AS
MEMBERS, CANDIDATES, VOLUNTEERS, DONORS AND VOTERS

How 99% of the Voters Were Delivered by the R/D’s to the Libertarian Party

(by Carl Person, Candidate for Libertarian Party Nomination for President)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

New York, NY, October 16, 2011.… Read more ...

Candidates for Libertarian Presidential nomination to debate at Massachusetts LP Convention October 9

Gold Mass Group: State LP Convention

October 9, 2011 10:00 AM
Tweed’s Restaurant
229 Grove Street, Worcester

[…]

Carl Person (confirmed attending)
Brian Irving (surrogate for R. Lee Wrights, confirmed attending)
R. J. Harris (may attend)
Roger V. Gary (may attend).

The Moderator
George D. J. Phillies
Former Candidate, President of the United States… Read more ...

Carl Person: ‘Creating State Banks the Libertarian Way’

Libertarian Idea for Creating Jobs Developed
during Day of Joint Executive Meetings of LPWI and LPMN in St. Croix
Falls MN on 10/1/11

(by
Carl Person, Candidate for Libertarian Party Nomination for President)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

New York,
NY, October 2, 2011.
Carl Person, Candidate for the Libertarian
Party’s nomination for President, made the following statement today
as part of solving the nation’s unemployment and economic problems:

Setting up State Banks in
the 50 states can and should be endorsed by Libertarians across the
board.
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Carl Person: Creating Jobs in Wisconsin

St. Croix, WI, October 1, 2011. Carl Person, Candidate for the Libertarian Party’s nomination for President, made the following statement today as part of solving the unemployment and economic problems existing in Wisconsin and most if not all other states:

Background – My background – business owner at age 9 (newspaper route in North Platte, Nebraska); high school dropout; AB magna cum laude; Harvard Law School; commercial and civil rights litigation; created paralegal field, inventor, came in 3rd for NYS Attorney General during November, 2010; creating a new career field with more than 10,000,000 waiting to be filled – Assistant to the Owner of a Small Business.… Read more ...

Latest activities of the candidates for the Libertarian Presidential nomination

Here’s what I know about the latest activities of the candidates seeking the Libertarian presidential nomination:

Campaigns filed with FEC:

RJ Harris has a “third quarter money play” which is geared to increase his donation totals before the end of the third quarter of the year (at the end of this month).… Read more ...

Carl Person: My Request that Ron Paul Raise “1st 3 Are Free” Job-Creation Issue in National Debates

Email from Carl Person, a candidate for the Libertarian Presidential nomination, to IPR:

I’m going to go to Webster Hall tonight both as a member of the audience and to distribute this release to other persons attending Ron Paul’s event at Webster Hall, NYC, starting at 8:00 pm. If he raises the issue in the national debates, the country has a good chance of creating millions of new jobs during the next 12 months at no cost to taxpayers, and with a major boost to the economy.… Read more ...

Carl Person Calls for National Convention of Colleges and Universities to Overcome Threatened Obsolescence

At CarlPerson.org, candidate for the 2012 Libertarian presidential nomination Carl Person has posted a new release,

Carl Person Calls for National Convention of Colleges and Universities to Overcome Threatened Obsolescence.

Additionally, since his last release published at IPR (calling for state banks in every state), Person also came out with Constitution Day – September 17, 1787 – What Went Wrong?Read more ...