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Libertarian Party of Hawaii Releases Latest Newsletter

On June 8th, the Libertarian Party of Hawaii state convention was held in Honolulu. LNC member Dr. James Lark was the guest speaker, flying in from Virginia. No report from the convention is available yet.

However, recently, the Hawaii LP released their April-May newsletter. Articles and news items include:

*  Ballot access drive for 2014

*  Why milk is so expensive in Hawaii

*  Free Markets on Maui

*  Sunburned by corporate welfare

and more…

 

The newsletter is available below: 

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Libertarian Party of Hawaii Convention Update And March Newsletter

  • Announcement for Libertarian Party of Hawaii state convention: 
  • Unitarian Church, 2500 Pali Highway, Honolulu, HI 96817
  • Guest speaker: James W. Lark, III, Secretary Pro Tem on the Libertarian National Committee, Professor at the Department of Statistics & the Department of Systems & Information Engineering at the University of Virginia, recipient of the Libertarian Party 2008 Thomas Jefferson awardElection of Party officers & Party business

    Contact: Tracy Ryan, Vice Chair
    (808) 534-1846
    tracyar@hawaiiantel.net

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Noted Libertarian Economist Endorses Lee Wrights for President, Joins Campaign

BURNET, Texas (Feb. 9) – Ken Schoolland, a long-term board member of the International Society for Individual Liberty and associate professor at Hawaii Pacific University, has endorsed Lee Wrights for President and joined the campaign as economic advisor.

In libertarian circles Schoolland is best known as the author of the animated video “The Philosophy of Liberty” popular on the Internet.… Read more ...

Tracy Ryan: Hawaii’s New Sex Trafficking Bill Over Reaches the Mark

by Tracy Ryan

[Hawaii state house bill] HB 240 that aimed at cracking down at “sex trafficking” may be the worst bill I have seen signed into law in the seventeen years I have been following the legislature.  It is an example of finding the scariest example of some activity and improperly generalizing it to create fear.… Read more ...