The Mises Caucus swept the Colorado LP elections, taking 10/11 executive committee/board positions. How did it go down? A lot of work went into this takeover. Marc aka Funkhauser worked his ass off to get everyone to show up and vote. I can’t stress enough how important the organizer role is for convention purposes. ItContinue reading “Recap: The Colorado LP Convention”
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My Talk for the Arkansas LP
I pre-recorded a talk for the Arkansas LP Convention, which took place the same weekend as the California Convention. Here’s a rough transcript: Hello Arkansas, I know you aren’t troubled as much by lockdowns but I want to remind you to stay extra vigilant. California is the canary in the coal mine and you shouldContinue reading “My Talk for the Arkansas LP”
My Talk at the LP Nevada Convention
The tide has turned in the Libertarian Party. The Mises Caucus swept the Libertarian Party of Nevada convention yesterday. Charles Melchin was elected Chair. Jeffrey Hurley was elected Vice Chair, Bryan Elliott was elected as Treasurer, Katie Banuelos was elected as Secretary, Chris Orton was elected as Northern Rep, Adam Haman was elected as SouthernContinue reading “My Talk at the LP Nevada Convention”
Washington LP Convention Talk
I spoke at the Libertarian Party of Washington Convention last weekend. Thank you so much to everyone who has donated and helped me travel to conventions this year. I’m on my way to Nevada now to speak at their convention May 1st (tomorrow). Here’s a rough transcript of my Washington LP talk, which was liveContinue reading “Washington LP Convention Talk”
Convention Tour Updates
I’ve added the Libertarian Party of Utah Convention to my calendar, and the Libertarian Party of Delaware convention. I’ll be speaking at Delaware, but not at Utah. The Utah Mises Caucus is still fairly small, and needs some growth. If you’re in Utah, and interested in growing the party with principled activists (caucus or not)Continue reading “Convention Tour Updates”
Libertarian Convention Tour 2021
This spring, I’ll be traveling to speak at Libertarian Party conventions across the country. The overarching theme of my talks is Foundations of Liberty. I’ll be sharing my thoughts on how we can better structure ourselves and communicate our ideas to the world. I’ll also be discussing what the lockdowns have represented, and how toContinue reading “Libertarian Convention Tour 2021”
What Would Messaging Look Like If I Chaired the National Libertarian Party?
This kind of messaging would be front and center.
I Love Smiles
The CDC recently issued a mask mandate for all public transportation, nationwide. I know most people have prioritized lifting lockdowns over mask mandates but I find this order extremely disturbing. Two year olds must wear masks when traveling. Cranky two year olds. You can read more about it in this Reason article. Mask wearing hasContinue reading “I Love Smiles”
Libertarian Messaging: Let’s Do Better
From my latest Patreon article: “Sure, Twitter technically has the right to remove users from its platform. Twitter has a lengthy Terms of Service agreement that no one is expected to read, and buried within that agreement are some vague terms that people frequently violate. Twitter arbitrarily enforces those terms on people Twitter doesn’t like.Continue reading “Libertarian Messaging: Let’s Do Better”
What Does Liberty Look Like In Other Countries?
Did you know Canada has a Libertarian Party? So does the Netherlands. So do several countries in Africa. It’s a global movement. If you’re wondering what the Libertarian Party of Canada thinks about my chair race and the messaging coming from our Libertarian Party, you can check out my interview with Tim Moen here. TimContinue reading “What Does Liberty Look Like In Other Countries?”