From an article by Caroline Gonzmart published Jun 25, 2011, on WCTV:
[IPR Editor’s Note: A news video is available at the link; the station did a decent interview with all of the participants.]
A small group of Florida Libertarians voiced their concern about a citizen who they say is being ‘persecuted’ by government officials.… Read more ...
From an article posted on June 21, 2011, on TheMorningCall.com:
I certainly don’t agree with the Libertarian Party on everything, but when it comes to its stance on the War on Drugs, we’re absolutely on the same page.
To that end, I’d like to share the party’s statement last week as we marked four decades of America’s War on Drugs.
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From an article on BattlegroundBlog by Darcy G. Richardson on June 22, 2011
The tiny Prohibition Party, once a significant third party in American politics, nominated little-known Jack Fellure, a retired engineer and Baptist minister from West Virginia, for the nation’s highest office earlier today at its sparsely-attended national convention in Cullman, Alabama.… Read more ...
Original post by IPR:
The Prohibition Party will be holding its 2011 National Convention on June 21, 22, 23, 2011 in Cullman, Alabama. Individuals interested in helping to develop the Party Platform for 2012 are asked to make arrangements now to attend.
- Atty James Moore, “Governor Catts”
- Richard Winger, Ballot Access News
- Steve Gordon, Third Party Watch
- Eunie Smith, Eagle Forum of AL
- Joe Godfrey, ALCAP
The convention will be held at the Holiday Inn Express, 2052 Hayes Drive N.W.,… Read more ...
From a media release by the Collett campaign:
Libertarian Congressional candidate Steve Collett has focused his campaign on U.S. drug prohibition and immigration policies with America’s important neighbor and trading partner Mexico. He has released several statements on his website www.ElectCollett.com with titles such as, “Mexico Death Counter”, “Economic Prosperity and Immigration are not Zero Sum Games”, and “I am the End Drug Prohibition Candidate”.… Read more ...
For immediate release
Steve Collett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, Apr 6, 2011 at 8:02 PM
Death Counter Reports Consequences in Mexico of United States’ War on Drugs
A most horrifying result of the U.S. war on drugs is widespread corruption, death and destruction in Mexico. An Educational Committee Regarding Death in Mexico Due to U.S.… Read more ...
From the article by By David Malmo-Levine, Cannabis Culture – Monday, March 28 2011:
We will be rolling out the new campaign at the state convention for the Libertarian Party of California on Friday, April 8, 2012. Within Libertarian circles are people who have written me checks of $10,000 or more.
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