Found in The Tennessean
August 15, 2014
You might have heard of this idea before: A candidate for statewide office in Tennessee plans to walk across the state.
Joshua James, a Libertarian candidate for the U.S. Senate, says he will trek from Memphis to Laurel Bloomery in northeastern Tennessee over the course of 15 days, starting Saturday.… Read more ...
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March 15, 2014
MURFREESBORO — The country should eliminate all income, corporate and payroll taxes and replace them with a consumption tax, Libertarian Party 2012 presidential nominee Gary Johnson told an audience Saturday.
“I believe that our lives would be changed for the better,” Johnson, a former governor of New Mexico, said during his keynote address before the Libertarian Party of Tennessee State Convention at the Embassy Suites and Conference Center in Murfreesboro.
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Recently, the CL Gammon Program interviewed several Libertarian Party leaders as well as one candidate. The radio show is hosted on Blog Talk Radio.
June 29, 2013 interview with Jim Tomasik, chair of the Libertarian Party of Tennessee. He discussed the Libertarian approach to issues in Tennessee as well as current efforts to build the party in the Volunteer State.… Read more ...
Inconsistency on Marriage Equality
Published June 20, 2013 | The Libertarian Party of Tennessee website
– Libertarian to Libertarian –
By: Allan Wallace and Steven Rodriguez.
Allan Wallace is a long time Libertarian party member and activist who has held positions of leadership in the party. He is also one of the founders and first Chair of Outright Libertarians, an organization of LGBT LP activists.
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The following article was published on the Libertarian Party of Tennessee website on June 19, 2013:
Don’t Yield an Inch
By Tona Monroe
I considered posting about former FBI agent Tim Clemente’s “Welcome to America” comment some time ago, and I believe that Greenwald’s writing has since possibly opened the door for other people captive in the federal government to find a place they could vent to.… Read more ...
This article was originally published by Donn King in The Examiner on March 18th.
The new chair of the Libertarian Party of Tennessee has called on members to contact legislators regarding a variety of bills under consideration in both the Tennessee House of Representatives and the Senate.
Jim Tomasik credits member phone calls and emails (along with those of other Tennessee citizens) with helping move House Bill 475 through committee.… Read more ...