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  • Robin Farris
    Government agency used campaign finance laws to try to silence citizen
    When Robin Farris, a political novice and retired naval officer, began an effort to recall an elected official against whom serious charges had been leveled, she had no idea that this effort would result in four years of fighting the government as...
  • Civil asset forfeiture reform coming to New Mexico, potentially rest of country
    Civil asset forfeiture reform coming to New Mexico, potentially rest of country
    In one of those rare examples of liberals, libertarians and conservatives agreeing on an issue, many are anticipating New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez's signature on HB 560 which would dramatically reform how that state handles civil asset...
  • Case appealed to U.S. Supreme Court shows loss of property rights
    Case appealed to U.S. Supreme Court shows loss of property rights
    Yesterday, March 31, 2015, Central Radio filed a petition for certiorari asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review and overturn the 4thCircuit’s decision. It argues that the distinctions drawn by Norfolk’s sign code are impermissibly...
  • Police body camera bill up for vote tomorrow in Florida Senate
    Police body camera bill up for vote tomorrow in Florida Senate
    The Florida bill that could keep footage from police body cameras from seeing the light of day (SB 248), sponsored by Fort Lauderdale Senator Chris Smith, is up for its final committee hearingon Thursday, April 2, 2015. Despite warnings from civil...
  • Legislation for taxpayer-funded films in Florida moves forward
    Legislation for taxpayer-funded films in Florida moves forward
    Yesterday, March 31, 2015, the Finance and Tax Committee in the Florida House approved CS/HB 451. Its companion bill in the Florida Senate, SB 1046 will be considered tomorrow in the Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, Tourism, and...
  • Earl Stewart
    Earl Stewart Toyota looks to expand without jobs related corporate welfare
    Today, April 1, 2015, Earl Stewart Toyota will seek approval from the Town of Lake Park to expand their facility. The $10 million expansion is expected to add 35 jobs to its current staff of 150 and increase the tax base for the town. Stewart has...
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    The Moment I Learned What Quiet Really Is
    Quiet is a relative thing; it depends on where you are and where you’ve been. In New York City and Chicago it means you can hear yourself speak. In the suburbs it means you can hear your neighbors talking softly in the yard next door.But I...
  • Iran nuke talks expected to expand nuclear arms race in Middle East
    Iran nuke talks expected to expand nuclear arms race in Middle East
    This afternoon, March 31, 2015, Kit McFarland, a national security analyst stated, “This deal is going to encourage a nuclear arms race in the Middle East.” McFarland is speaking about the high level talks happening in Switzerland...
  • Libertarian State Convention
    Libertarian formula for electoral success: Show Up. Be Nice. Win!
    The formula for Libertarian candidate success is rather simple: Show up. Be nice. Win. That will be the message of Libertarian National Committee ChairNicholas Sarwarkin his keynote address to the Libertarian Party of North Carolina State...
  • Kratom ban in Florida is out, for now
    Kratom ban in Florida is out, for now
    Broward County Florida House Representative Kristin Jacobs is working to make a name for herself using fear rather than science in her crusade against kratom. Jacobs' first bill in the Florida House after being elected in November, 2014, was...
  • Alcohol bills continue to move through the Florida legislature
    Alcohol bills continue to move through the Florida legislature
    Yesterday, March 30, 2015, CS/SB 596 won approval of the Commerce and Tourism Committee in the Florida Senate. SB596 affects craft distilleries in Florida who manufacture spirits in smaller quantities than larger manufacturers.The proposed...
  • Federal agents under fire again, this time for stealing Bitcoins
    Federal agents under fire again, this time for stealing Bitcoins
    Yesterday, March 30, 2015, the U.S. Attorney General's Office revealed its intent to prosecute one Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent and one Secret Service agent for stealing Bitcoins during their part of the Silk Road investigation....
  • Elderly Couple
    No country for old men, or old women
    A pair of Dallas Libertarian Examiner readers in Ft. Worth had two big plans for their retirement.Having made careful investments and having stashed away sufficient funds for a comfortable life-after-work the two were ready.First they would build...
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    Wounded Warriors at Fort Carson Treated like Second Class Citizens
    This country has come a long way since the Vietnam War when veterans were treated like dirt. Back then returning veterans were either not met at the airport by anybody when they arrived home or they were met by anti-war protesters. Today there are...
  • Paranormal Experiences: Death the Final Frontier by Chuck Banks 4.5 / 5 stars
    Chuck Banks and his Paranormal Experiences gets 4.5 / 5 Stars!
    4.5 of 5 stars! I was given the opportunity to read and review this book digitally. I am not someone who is "Into" the paranormal per say. I do not believe in ghosts, however I do believe that we as a species are being visited by intra...
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