Taken from an email to the LNC Discuss list:
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From: Geoffrey Neale <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, May 4, 2014 at 10:39 AM
Subject: [Lnc-discuss] New Office update – READ THIS!
We closed on the new office on April 25th.
We have also signed an agreement with the Watergate to vacate on or before June 9th.
Found in George Phillies’ Liberty for America Nov 13
Arkansas Libertarian Party is on the Ballot
(Little Rock, AR) The Libertarian Party of Arkansas (LPAR) is officially a recognized political party for the second time in history and will now be able to run candidates for office in 2014.
Last month the party submitted signatures to the Secretary of State’s office in order to fulfill the requirement of collecting at least 10,000 valid signatures from registered voters in the state.… Read more ...
Starchild posted this as a comment on another thread, but I thought the idea was well-articulated and deserved its own article.
To read about the proposed building project for the Libertarian National Committee, please read here .
David Nolan was a principled man who dedicated a good part of his life to the Libertarian Party and the cause of freedom.… Read more ...
Sent to IPR by Chuck Moulton
This is a draft of minutes from a conference call to discuss buying this building by The National Libertarian Executive Committee
The meeting was called to order at 9:10 PM (all times Eastern) to discuss whether to enter into formal negotiations to purchase an office suite at 1101 King Street in Alexandria, VA to serve as the National Headquarters.… Read more ...
–This article was originally published October 1, 2012. I am re-posting it now because the meeting during which the Libertarian National Committee will make their selection is this weekend, in Washington DC.
There have been nine candidate statements sent to the Libertarian National Committee’s Chairman and Secretary to fill an open At-Large Representative position.… Read more ...
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Mark Hinkle’s Political Resume in the Libertarian Party*
Chair of the Libertarian Party from May of 2010 to May of 2012.
• As Chair, I personally raised $148,38 in donations towards the David F. Nolan Headquarters building. That’s more than the rest of the LNC combined for all fund raising projects.
Posted originally by Brian Holtz on his blog, Libertarian Intelligence and submitted to IPR. Brian writes for IPR also, but per our rules he is not posting it here because he is the author of this opinion. I am not agreeing or disagreeing with his picks by reposting it for him here, and IPR as a group/site is not taking any positions.… Read more ...
From a national Libertarian Party announcement and press release, at the LP website: here.
LP Chair: “Get Ready To Strip For Unpaid Traffic Ticket”
April 4th, 2012
WASHINGTON – The Libertarian Party denounces a U.S. Supreme Court decision,
which on Monday struck down a legal complaint by a New Jersey man who was
subjected to invasive strip searches after being erroneously detained on
suspicion of an unpaid fine.… Read more ...
Found on Facebook, and posted here with permission from Mr. Smith
I guess that I should elaborate on some of my remarks made at the Tennessee LP state convention last weekend.
The Libertarian Party is dying and has less than 5 years to continue to exist as a national political party.… Read more ...
From a media release sent to IPR by the Libertarian Party:
For Immediate Release
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
WASHINGTON: Libertarian National Chair, Mark Hinkle, released the following statement today:
“The Obama administration is crowing about a drop in the unemployment rate to 8.3% in February 2012. Unfortunately, a large part of the decline since the 10.0% peak reached earlier in his term is the result of people who have given up looking for work.… Read more ...
For those who have been following the drama of the Libertarian Party in Oregon, this article will present a response to an article from January 18th, 2012, called “LP Oregon: Reeves Group sues Wagner Group”. There have been many articles posted here on IPR re: the events since March of 2011; my suggestion to anyone who wishes to learn the background is to put “Oregon Libertarian Party” in the search box, and read to your heart’s content (I counted nineteen articles, not including this one).… Read more ...