2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Dan “Taxation is Theft” Behrman sent out the following press release today about his Taxation is Theft Fest, which Behrman refers to on social media as #Titfest2020:
We’ve published our final schedule!
We have an amazing list of speakers including Joe Banister, the former IRS agent who advocates that most Americans should not be paying taxes, Dave Champion, who wrote the book explaining why, and Peymon Mottahedeh, who is offering $300,000 to prove them wrong!
2020 Libertarian Party presidential candidate Dan “Taxation is Theft” Behrman sent out the following press release today:
This has never been done before!
You may know that I have been running a podcast and an online store under the Taxation Is Theft brand for a couple of years now. We have had many amazing guests on the show and discovered so much new information and new ways of thinking.… Read more ...
2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Dan “Taxation is Theft” Behrman released the following statement today about his fellow presidential candidates and tonight’s presidential debate in which he is not participating:
They aren’t all bad
The other night I participated in a debate, and while that debate went well and we polled very high, we did not make it to the next round of this rigged, tournament-style debate.… Read more ...
With Congressman Justin Amash joining the Libertarian Party and announcing his intentions to seek its 2020 presidential nomination, some of his opponents for Libertarian presidential nomination reacted to the news.
Jo Jorgensen in an email release:lp
Of course the big news is that after months of teasing and indecision, Michigan Representative Justin Amash has finally joined the Libertarian Party and will be seeking the LP nomination for President.
2020 Libertarian Party presidential candidate Dan “Taxation is Theft” Behrman yesterday tweeted the following YouTube video of audio allegedly picked up from a hot mic before a recent White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing. The audio features at least three White House reporters discussing the mortality rate of coronavirus and casting doubts on what has been reported for months: