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Dave's Random Ramblings: Do I support the Christian Right Or The LGBT?

I Choose Answer C. All Of The Above

Yea….in a Libertarian world Christians, Gays, Jews, Lesbians, Muslims, Bisexuals, Atheists, Transgendered, Buddhist, Polygamists, Zoroasters, Exhibitionists, Spaghetti Monster Acolytes……….EVERYBODY would be marching in the same parade demanding that Government gets out of the marriage racket all together.

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Rebuttal to Kim Bracey's calls for regionalization

*Regionalization. As defined on Wikipedia it is the process of dividing a political entity or country into smaller jurisdictions (administrative divisions or sub-national units) and transferring power from the central government to the regions; the opposite of unitarisation. This is what Eventually Mayor Bracey C. K. Bracey.....York's Friends and Family Plan.......Yes. But, hates black people?
and her “associates” will be calling her big plan when they finally think they have a ripe opportunity to sell it.

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Bipartisan Security State Hurts Pennsylvanians

Representatives from Both Sides of the Aisle Team Up for National Defense Authorization Act

Penn. representatives have subjected ordinary Americans to military detention under NDAAOn Tuesday Nov 29th the Us Senate voted down a provision (provision 1031) meant to modify the yet-to-be-approved-by-Senate National Defense Authorization Act(NDAA)/ S.1867 The NDAA already passed the house as H.R. 1540 This provision at it’s core would have prevented the U.S. Military (which Canada and the U.N. can “legally” take command of in certain loosely defined circumstances) from detaining citizens of these united states labeled (without proof) terrorism suspects on U.S. soil and hold them indefinitely without trial. Powers currently “provided for” by the NDAA.

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Proposed LPUS By-Laws Amendment Seeks to Protect Integrity of Local Party Affiliates

The Libertarian Party Bylaws Committee has proposed a bylaw amendment to be voted on by the delegates attending the Libertarian Party’s National Convention scheduled for May 3-6, 2012 at the Red Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The proposed amendment reads, in part: No individual enrolled as a registered voter affiliated with another political party, if he or she has the option of affiliating with the Libertarian Party, shall be eligible to serve as a Party employee, National Committee member, committee member, or delegate, or hold any other position of trust or responsibility within the Party.

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