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  • americans elect

    have we heard of americanselect.org ? http://www.americanselect.org/ about it on zerohedge http://www.zerohedge.com/news/guest-post-presidents-day-why-cant-we-nominate-our-own-president-we-can-we-are and wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Americans_Elect perhaps readers can help get the word out...
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by chessking1991 on Mon, Feb 20 2012
  • Ron Paul may not be doing so hot in NH after all

    In New Hampshire, Mitt Romney Leads, Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann Move Up, Ron Paul Stumbles Undecided voters grow in the Granite State with Donald Trump and Mike Huckabee out In New Hampshire, a new poll shows that U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota and former Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska are showing...
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by Freedom4Me73986 on Mon, Jul 18 2011
  • Ron Paul has 22% of the vote in Texas

    http://www.azimuthpolls.com/ Question: If the Texas Republican primary were held today, which presidential candidate would you be most likely to vote for? Ron Paul – 22% Rick Perry – 17% Herman Cain – 14% Newt Gingrich – 11% Gary Johnson – 9% Mitt Romney – 8% Michele...
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by Freedom4Me73986 on Mon, Jul 11 2011
  • A pro-liberty strategy

    http://patrickkeefe.wordpress.com/2009/06/05/a-pro-life-and-proliberty-strategy/ The only thing I disagree with is the "vote with your hands" part for the obvious reasons. And I would only vote with the feet by moving to NH. But the rest is spot-on. Have lots of babies and raise them in the...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by Freedom4Me73986 on Fri, Jul 8 2011
  • How will you spend election/day night?

    I would be voting at night, but instead of wasting two or so hours standing in line and supporting bureaucrats I could actually use the time to be productive. I might spend the 2 or so hours to write a blog post or work on my book, play with my daughter, or spend time with the wife. Depending on the...
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by jay on Sun, Oct 31 2010
  • Voting: Constitutional Amendments and Propositions?

    I'm curious about the various arguments pro and con regarding voting for constitutional amendments and propositions to amend local statutes. I realize many of the An-Cap, Minarchists, Tenthers, Constitutionalists and Libertarians have already concluded that voting for the candidates for office is...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by David on Sun, Oct 3 2010
  • Is Voting a crime?

    In Causation and Aggression Stephan Kinsella discusses crimes having the features of intention,means and ends. What if that's applied to voting? Could we say a statist voting with the intent to use the means of government/government intervention to achieve their desired ends in terms of a vision...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by AnonLLF on Mon, May 24 2010
  • Allowing women and people with no property to vote hurts liberty

    How would people on this board respond to the following arguments? 1) Allowing women, in particular mothers, to vote is damaging to liberty because women are more likely to think in terms of 'the children' and therefore vote to maximize security, or at least the illusion of it, at the expense...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by CrazyCoot on Tue, Apr 13 2010
  • Re: Stefan Molyneux

    I have been reading Mises.org for 9 years, and can say Stefan Molyneux is one of the best libertarian we have today. When I read an outstanding article or listen to great podcast, I save it to my disk, in case I cannot access it on the web later. I have a folder devoted to Freedomain Radio. Stefan is...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by Daniel Morin on Fri, Feb 26 2010
  • Has anybody read "How (Not) to Achieve Freedom" by Stefan Molyneux

    I think it totally demolishes the idea of achieving freedom through the democratic process. It also exposes the contradictions in the modern libertarian movement. I think it is a must read for libertarians. For those who have read it, what do you think about it?
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by Kenneth on Sat, Feb 20 2010
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