Show Summary: Johnny and Raylene get to know the chair of the Radical Caucus, the Libertarian wing of the Libertarian Party, in this interview with Marc Montoni! He talks about what being radical means, and why it’s important for the movement.
Original editorial submitted by Marc Montoni:
I think I’ve made a mistake. I think I continued to make it for almost two decades.
I used to be that guy who showed up at every LP meeting and invited everyone who was in attendance to make that next step, and to join the LP. … Read more ...
From a Media Release written by Nick Boss for the LP Radical Caucus:
Recently, President Donald Trump announced that he would “push for comprehensive background checks with an emphasis on mental health’ for gun sales, saying that the age of purchasers should be raised to 21 and bump stocks should be banned.” (1)
The Libertarian Party Radical Caucus (LPRC) strongly opposes this decision.… Read more ...
Taxation is theft because words have definitions. Words evolve so perhaps one day taxation will not be theft. However, the idea will be the same despite having to be expressed using different words.
Taxation is theft even if you buy me something nice with the money.
Taxation is theft even if you buy someone else something nice with the money.… Read more ...
On the latest episode of his eponymous podcast, historian, author, Ludwig von Mises Institute senior fellow and non-party libertarian Tom Woods is joined by Libertarian National Committee Region 1 representative (and Libertarian Party Radical Caucus member) Caryn Ann Harlos. Topic: “Where Is the Libertarian Party Today, and Where Is It Going?”
Posted by Brent DeRidder on facebook:
Are you advocating Liberty everyday?
What am I saying? Of course you are. You love to debate, to share your opinion, to shake your fist violently at statism wherever you see it. You are passionate, diligent, and driven.
Are you making a difference?
Absolutely.… Read more ...
The following was posted in the Libertarian Party Radicals Facebook group on July 25th, 2016 by Brian W. Ryman, a former Libertarian Party candidate for the Ohio state legislature (H/T IPR’s Paulie):
What it is like to run as a libertarian.
There are a number of good people who actively work to bring about a libertarian society.… Read more ...
Number 853, January 3, 2016
Believe me, to get what we want to make of society, libertarians must learn not to act like Republicans.
Reforming the Libertarian Party
by L. Neil Smith
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I recently joined a group, the LP Radical Caucus, that was new to me, and one of the things they asked on their Facebook page was what ideas, if any, did I have for straightening out what’s wrong with the Party.