Tag Archives: The Delaware Libertarian

The Delaware Libertarian: RIP Bill Morris (1920-2013): Founder of the Libertarian Party of Delaware

The following was originally published on The Delaware Libertarian on July 28, 2013. 

William E. “Bill” Morris passed away on 25 July 2013, apparently from complications from pneumonia.

Bill was the founder of the Libertarian Party of Delaware in 1975, and stayed actively engaged in what he considered an ongoing battle for freedom until just a few months before his death.… Read more ...

The Delaware Libertarian: State’s First Same-Sex Marriages and General Assembly Wrap-Up

The Delaware Libertarian, July 1, 2013

Today Senator Karen Petersen, Corey Marshall-Steele, and others got married in Delaware

Yesterday, while the General Assembly was in session and we were all focused on the fate of our particular favorites (or un-favorites) among the flurry of legislation, couples all over Delaware were counting down the hours to get to the day they had waited for … often for years or decades.… Read more ...

The Delaware Libertarian: Libertarians supporting raw milk and midwives in Dover

Libertarians supporting raw milk and midwives today in Dover

June 25, 2013

Published on The Delaware Libertarian blog

Sometimes lost in the shuffle over high-profile bills on topics like gun control, LGBT issues, or charters schools are a lot of other freedom-related issues that Libertarians are the only political party fully supporting.… Read more ...

The Delaware Libertarian: Delaware’s Agriculture Secretary uses scare tactics and propagates myths to oppose sale of raw milk

Delaware’s Agriculture Secretary uses scare tactics and propagates myths to oppose sale of raw milk

Published on The Delaware Libertarian blog on June 24, 2013

A basic tenet of Libertarian beliefs is that you should be free to do that which does not harm others.

Given that NO behavior is completely without risk, this requires a reasoned approach to policy-making.… Read more ...

The Delaware Libertarian: Do Big Corporations in Delaware really want well-educated employees and great schools?

Do Big Corporations in Delaware really want well-educated employees and great schools?

Published on the Delaware Libertarian blog on June 23, 2013

I started thinking about this when I was doing the last, pretty acid, post on Governor Markell pretending that what big corporations wanted Delaware to do was invest in public education so that they would get better entry-level employees.… Read more ...

The Delaware Libertarian: Right to Work, Pentagon Afraid of Leaked Bradley Manning Videos And Supporting Midwives

The following three articles were published on The Delaware Libertarian blog in the past few days:

“Right to work” doesn’t mean what you think when the government is involved

Published June 15, 2013

Buried deep in the proposed immigration reform bill is language designed not just to create national identity cards, but also to require everyone in America to have the government’s permission to work.… Read more ...

The Delaware Libertarian: Why you need to subscribe to send the Libertarian Party of Delaware $10 a month

Published on The Deleware Libertarian blog on June 13, 2013: 

 

Why you need to subscribe to send the Libertarian Party of Delaware $10 a month 

The Libertarian Party of Delaware needs you to contribute a few bucks each month to help build a legitimate opposition party in the State of Delaware.… Read more ...

Libertarian Opinions: “Out With The Crackpots” and “A Modest Proposal For Ending The Drug War”

Out With the Crackpots

By George Phillies, Gold USA Group

April 19, 2013

Most Libertarians have natural hesitations about trusting government operations.  Mind you, I am surprised if my mail does not show up or if the water system fails (catastrophic mains failure), but Libertarians have reasonable skepticism.Alas, this skepticism means that we attract people who are congenitally unable to believe anything, at a level that exceeds all reason.  … Read more ...