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    2015 LPMN State Convention
    April 13, 2015

    In addition to our keynote speaker Julie Borowski, often listed as one of the Top 10 Young Libertarians, our convention features speakers and THIRTEEN workshops offering practical and fun ways you can LIVE FREE. Come hear what Libertarians have to offer, and be a part of the future! Register here.
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    LNC Chair Nicholas Sarwark makes case for Libertarian Party on C-SPAN
    April 13, 2015

    LNC Chair Nicholas Sarwark was featured in a live, 40-minute segment on C-SPAN and C-SPAN Radio's Washington Journal on April 12. He made a compelling case for joining the Libertarian Party and responded to several calls from listeners. Listen here.
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    Libertarians Working For You show with councilwoman Elizabeth Dahl
    April 1, 2015

    Hear from Libertarian councilwoman Elizabeth Dahl on "Libertarians Working For You". Elizabeth was elected to the Crystal City Council in November 2014 and explains her work cleaning up unnecessary freedom-infringing city ordinances, stopping a railroad from taking private property, being a truly responsive leader, and more.
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    LPMN Weekly Message - The value of the political process
    March 30, 2015

    How can libertarians best take action to move forward toward our goal of a free society? Is involvement in the political process a good way to achieve this? Or should libertarians drop out of the system and embrace agorism? Is either way better? This continues to be a topic of much debate in the libertarian movement.
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    LPMN Weekly Message - Big Business's powerful wingman
    March 20, 2015

    Many in the public see large corporations as having tremendous power, and the government as the only entity large enough to check that power. Internet users cheered when the FCC acted to regulate the telecommunications companies on the federal level. But will this move really help individual consumers? We dive into the history of government regulation, starting with the Railroads.
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