Archive for May, 2012

May 31, 2012

Truth – David Friedman

“It took about 150 years, starting with a Bill of Rights that reserved to the states and the people all powers not explicitly delegated to the federal government, to produce a Supreme Court willing to rule that growing corn to feed to your own hogs is interstate commerce and can therefore be regulated by Congress.”

David Friedman, The Machinery of Freedom

May 31, 2012

Immigration Solutions

Recently in the Daily Times, the opportunity was given to Republican and Democrat Central Committee members to express their views on immigration. Both made valid points, however neither really offered any solutions. Miguel Mitchell mentioned amnesty, however it does not address the long-term need for reform.

Libertarian Lorenzo Gaztañaga advocated for a policy that focused on “Peaceful people crossing borders peacefully for peaceful purposes.” I believe any solution should be built around this principle.

We would create a process in concert with the Mexican Government (before expanding to other countries) where those interested in temporarily working in the United States may apply for available jobs here. Employers can post work that they have available, it is a user fee based system and the employer is responsible for transporting the employee.

Those that are currently undocumented would be given a one-time opportunity to apply for the program with their employer applying as well. All back taxes must be paid and proper documentation obtained to ensure everything is done properly. This does not put them on path for citizenship; it only authorizes them to legally work in the United States.

This process is simple, humane and fair. It creates a process that is efficient and fair and it is a user pay system.

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May 24, 2012

Muir Boda Receives the Endorsement from Liberty Candidates

Muir Boda received the Endorsement from Liberty Candidates.

The link below is the official endorsement.

Muir Boda Liberty Press Release

May 14, 2012

True Economic Recovery

Have we reached this point?

Many experts, economists and government officials have been throwing around different philosophies and opinions on how the government can bring about economic recovery. The basic truth of their proposals and opinions goes to show they have no experience or any idea about reality.

The simple fact is that Government is the biggest problem. Government regulations, government waste and fraud and the heavy burden of taxes on our citizens and businesses is the problem. Out of control government spending has brought us to the point of ridiculous taxes and regulations that have nearly destroyed American ingenuity and creativity.

First, it is so difficult to start a business in America anymore. There are so many regulations to comply with that it is difficult for small business to get a fair shot.

Second, many manufacturers are going overseas to countries that are welcoming them and the jobs they bring. It is simply better to do business elsewhere because those countries have created an environment conducive to business and growth.

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May 5, 2012

Gov. Gary Johnson Officicially The Libertarian Candidate for President

Governor Gary Johnson – Libertarian For President

Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson was nominated today as the Libertarian Candidate for President, Judge Jim Gray has been selected as the Candidate for Vice-President.

Gary Johnson served two terms as the Governor of New Mexico. He vetoed over 750 pieces of legislation and he lowered taxes 14 times. He is a strong advocate for abolishing the IRS, eliminating all payroll taxes and moving to a national consumption tax. He is a strict Constitutionalist and believes government’s only responsibility is protect us from force or fraud. He believes we all should, Live Free.

Judge Jim Gary is a former Superior Court Judge from the State of California. He is a strong advocate for ending the War on Drugs.

I fully support and endorse Gary Johnson for President and I look forward to fighting for Liberty at his side.

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May 3, 2012

Why Am I A Libertarian

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