Posted in 2008 Elections, activism, Libertarian, Libertarian National Committee, Libertarian Party, politics, POTUS '08, recruitment, Thinking of Denver 2008, transportation, Uncategorized, wanker food fight on 2007.08.12 |
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I’d like some help with setting up an internet forum of some sort to hook people up with shared rides, group rooms, camping, hostels, cheap motels, and other ways of getting to the Denver LP National Convention affordably.
A lot of what happened in Portland may have had to do with the fact that it was a long drive for most people, and one of the more expensive places to fly to, and partially as a result of that, the lowest attended LP national convention since the early 1970s. Furthermore, the people who are unable to afford these things are more likely to be radical and left-libertarians, although that is far from universally true.
Anyway, if anyone wants to help with setting this up, please let me know in the comments.
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Posted in civil liberties, coercion, communism, Constitution, constitutional rights, Department of Homeland Security, draconian legislation, FEMA, George Bush, history, immigration, Martial Law, nanny state, police state, Real ID Act, terrorism, transportation on 2007.05.17 |
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“And he causes all, both great and small, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark” (Rev.13:16-17)
Earlier we reported that the illegal immigration hysteria is being used to justify the construction of an American gulag, which has been the subject of plans for rounding up large numbers of Americans, not just immigrants.
In addition to SS numbers, as well as walls such as the one Bushling wants on the border with Mexico, and concentration camps, police states are well known for requiring their subjects to carry their papers and produce them on demand.
Immigration is being used as an excuse to implement this same system in America.
Homeland Stupidity reports:
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