Tag Archives: social media

L. Neil Smith: Twitterpurge 2021

L. Neil Smith, acclaimed science fiction novelist, Libertarian writer, and the Libertarian Party of Arizona’s 2000 presidential nominee, posted the following statement on Facebook Sunday.  He personally gave IPR permission to re-post.

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Ron Paul: ‘War on Terror’ Comes Home

Former Congressman Ron Paul, the 1988 Libertarian Party presidential nominee, released the following column today on the banning of President Donald Trump and conservatives from social media networks.  After Paul posted a link to the column on his official Facebook page, Facebook blocked his ability to control the page, without warning, due to “repeatedly going against our community standards.”Read more ...

Libertarian Party Looking for Writers to Help Build Their Social Media Operations

I just found this on Facebook, and thought perhaps some of our readers would be interested in applying.

Two volunteer teams for Libertarian writers who want to help build our social media operations:

1. Write tweets for the LPNational Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/groups/344736512308359/?fref=ts

2. Write 300-500 word LP Solutions for Facebook and LP.org:… Read more ...

Bob Barr: Bill collectors trolling social media sites

Bob Barr at the Barr Code:

Social media sites, such as Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and LinkedIn, can serve as productive and efficient means of staying in touch personally, professionally, and politically; just ask young people in Egypt. However, careless use of such sites poses very real risks to one’s personal privacy, and potentially one’s employment.… Read more ...