Libertarians are DC's fastest growing party

Libertarians are DC's fastest growing party

Monday, July 21, 2014

Debate: Libertarians vs Conservatives

July 24
Cato Institute
1000 Massachusetts Avenue NW
6:30 pm

Join the Cato Institute and the Heritage Foundation as we host our annual summer intern debate to discuss the topic: Is libertarianism or conservatism the better political philosophy?

The event will be moderated by political reporter Chris Moody. A reception will follow. 

This event is open to all students, interns, and young professionals. To reserve your seat, register here: http://www.cato.org/events/debate-libertarianism-vs-conservatism-1 The event will also be broadcast live online: www.cato.org/live

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Liberty and virtue are values that both conservatives and libertarians tout as components of their philosophies. Historically, disagreements about the definitions of and balance between liberty and virtue have taken a back seat to other more pressing conflicts, causing the distinct philosophies to often be lumped together. As times have changed, elements of the old “fusionism” alliance have dissolved, and new conflicts have emerged that impose a strain on the formerly functioning, though imperfect, ideological partnership.

Recent policy issues have highlighted disagreements in areas such as the War on Drugs, national defense, welfare, immigration, marriage, foreign policy, and many others. These topics represent important reasons to discuss the similarities and the differences between the two worldviews.

We invite you to a timely debate about the two philosophies and their associated policy applications, as interns from the Heritage Foundation and the Cato Institute go head-to-head to answer the perennial question: Is libertarianism or conservatism the better political philosophy?

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

How much would Catania's idea cost with thousands of undocumented kids moving to DC?

Catania: illegal immigrant health care deal closer | WJLA.com

Libertarians call on Delegate Norton to offer Amendment eliminating Harris Amendment

Marijuana becomes decriminalized in DC, somewhat, tonight.

But Maryland Congressman Andy Harris has offered an amendment to the Financial Services Appropriation bill voted on today to overturn that. Harris's amendment to the Financial Services Appropriation Bill comes to the floor for a vote today.

Delegate Norton should offer an amendment to eliminate his amendment interfering with DC's autonomy.

If she can't do that, what good is the DC Democratic Party?

This is why the D.C. Libertarian Party is recruiting and running a full slate of candidates, to offer an alternative the DC's one party state and protect the autonomy of DC residents.

You can contact Delegate Norton at one of her 3 Congressional offices

Capitol Hill Office

2136 Rayburn HOB
WashingtonDC 20515
phone: (202) 225-8050
fax: 202) 225-3002
hours: M-F 9-5:30pm

Main District Office

90 K Street, NE
Suite 100
WashingtonDC 20001
phone: (202) 408-9041
fax: (202) 408-9048
hours: M-F 9-5:30pm

S.E. District Office

2041 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., S.E.
Suite 238
WashingtonDC 20020
phone: (202) 678-8900
fax: (202) 678-8844
hours: M-F 9-5:30pm

New Hampshire Store Rejects Man Trying to Buy Booze With a D.C. License

New Hampshire Store Rejects Man Trying to Buy Booze With a D.C. License - City Desk



So it's not just the TSA that thinks DC isn't a real place....

DC area libertarians

Libertarian Bookstore

Share it

There was an error in this gadget

ShareThis

Loading...