Government, a choice or a need?

This is a subject that tends to bring about division and hard feelings between those who see government as a positive force and those who consider it a necessary evil, but it’s an important discussion.  I’ll try to explain my view and will focus specifically on the federal government, as it is by far the most far-reaching and powerful body we have to deal with today. Naturally, this raises a whole slew of questions, like do we need government? If so, how much, and where? What, if anywhere, is its limit?

Non-Intervention

In arguing that our country should embrace non-intervention as our international policy, I have endured insults, verbal abuse, condescension, and blatant slander from people who claim to be constitutional advocates.  I have been called a whining bitch, a pussy, a coward, childish, ignorant, and dozens of other highly offensive things just because I don’t believe that we need to engage in military actions that have nothing to do with defending this country.

March 2015 meeting at China Village

Join us for a lively discussion and business as needed.

Kirsten Tynan, the Executive Director of the Fully Informed Jury Association, is expected to talk to our group about what sounds like a sizzling presentation on what Libertarians DON'T know about fully informed juries. I smell a challenging presentation.

Our meetings are Open To All people regardless of their voter registration status.

Where: China Village, 2710 East Indian School Road, Phoenix, Arizona 85016

When: This evening Monday, March 9th, 2015.

Queering the Jury : Taking Back Decriminalization

When: Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 6:00pm
Where: ASU Tempe, Room BAC 324

If you are in the Phoenix metropolitan area, Outright Libertarians of Arizona is hosting this collaborative discussion with the Fully Informed Jury Association and ASU Students For Liberty. Come find out how juries can do what political action has failed to accomplish.

February 2015 meeting at China Village

Join us for a lively discussion and business as needed. Our meetings are Open To All people regardless of their voter registration status.

Where: China Village, 2710 East Indian School Road, Phoenix, Arizona 85016

When: This evening Monday, February 09th, 2015.

The meeting starts at 7:00 PM sharp. Please arrive before 6:30 PM and order your dinner so you will be ready for the latest news.

Our meetings are normally held on the second Monday of each calendar month.

 

January 2015 meeting at China Village

January is the beginning of a brand new election season and an opportunity to review what worked well last season and what did not.

Your new Maricopa County Libertarian Party officers are looking forward to sharing their plans for the next 2 year election cycle. Please join us. Our meetings are Open To All people regardless of their voter registration status.

Where: China Village, 2710 East Indian School Road, Phoenix, Arizona 85016

When: This evening Monday, January 12th, 2015.

Division

Division is not just a mathematical function it is something we do, consciously and subconsciously, throughout our lives. Our brain is wired to make sense of the world around us and in order to do so it categorizes and compartmentalizes the things we see and sense around us.

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