Friday, March 31, 2017

Facebook fact-checker Snopes co-founder accused of embezzlement, blowing...

Katie Hopkins For Donald Trump DESTROYS TJ Walker For Hillary Clinton

Libertarian calendar for March 2017

March 28
Washington, D.C.

Express Yourself or Suppress Yourself?
George Washington University
6 pm

*** Please RSVP at this link if you are attending: ***

The college campus used to be the place for discourse about opposing beliefs and ideas, an intellectual forum grounded in the inviolate principle that, right or wrong, each of us has a right to our own opinion and should speak our mind. That time, it seems, has come and gone.

Instead of “express yourself,” today’s campuses are a hotbed for an entirely different attitude toward those with views outside the mainstream: “Suppress yourself—or I’ll do it for you.”

In place of dialog and debate, students are shutting out and shutting down opposing views. They demand “trigger warnings” and “safe spaces” and cry “microaggression” at anything they feel is a slight—while they themselves commit real aggressions against speakers like Milo Yiannopoulos and Charles Murray.

Why did students stop believing in free speech?

On Tuesday, March 28, join the Ayn Rand Institute, the George Washington University Young Americans for Liberty and our distinguished panelists for a special discussion focused on this question.

The event is free and includes a catered reception, and the first 50 students to arrive will receive a free book. Please RSVP by March 27.


Dave Rubin (moderator) — Creator and host of "The Rubin Report"

Steve Simpson — Editor of "Defending Free Speech" and director of Legal Studies at the Ayn Rand Institute

Christina Hoff Sommers — Author of “Freedom Feminism” and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute

LOCATION: Room 309 at the George Washington University Marvin Center; 800 21st St NW, Washington, DC 20052

TIME: The event will begin with a reception at 6 pm followed by the panel at 7 pm.

March 28
Coral Spring, FL

Meet Bob Poole (co-founder, Reason Foundation)
Republican Liberty Caucus
7 pm

Wings Plus Sample Road
9880 W. Sample Rd, Coral Springs, Florida 33065
March 28
Dallas, TX

Free speech on campus
6 pm

State and Allen Bar
2400 Allen Street

From AFF, see below. Show up and ask some Libertarian-esque quesitons, if you like, and talk to people about the Dallas LP! :)

"Join AFF-Dallas and the Intercollegiate Studies Institute for an evening with Dr. David Corey of Baylor University! He is the author of two books - The Just War Tradition (2012) and The Sophists in Plato’s Dialogues (2015) - and more than a dozen articles. His current project, Political Philosophy Against Ideology, is a study of the loss of healthy political association in the United States due to the rise of ideology.

As usual, we will have ample appetizers and an open bar. Mixing and mingling will begin at 6, with Dr. Corey's talk starting at 6:30. After his remarks, we will have plenty of time for further socializing, and more informal conversations with Dr. Corey. We look forward to seeing you there!

Oh, and Social House offers free parking in a covered lot behind the venue. Now you really have no excuse to skip this."

Free event. Register here:

March 29
Fairfax, Virginia

Hayek Speaker Series: Immigration & Freedom

The Hayek Speaker Series promotes Nobel laureate F. A. Hayek’s intellectual legacy by inviting prominent scholars to discuss Hayek’s ideas in light of the pressing matters of our time.

4:00pm – 5:30pm
Center for the Arts, Grand Tier III George Mason University, Fairfax Campus 4373 Mason Pond Dr Fairfax, VA 22030
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Event Speakers 

Chandran Kukathas 

Chair in Political Theory and Head of Department, the London School of Economics and Political Science
State control over immigration is often taken for granted in today’s policy discussions. Many see the value in welcoming highly skilled and wealthy immigrants but want to restrict the migration of others. Yet who is really affected by immigration laws aimed at keeping out unwanted migrants? Can a free society really limit the movement and activities of foreigners within its borders without impacting the freedoms of its own citizens?
Please join the F. A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University for a keynote lecture with Professor Chandran Kukathas on the impact that immigration law has on citizens. Kukathas’ work examines the burden and limitations that strict immigration laws place on citizens.
For questions, please contact Jennings Kuzmier at
About Chandran Kukathas
Chandran Kukathas completed his BA in History and Political Science at the Australian National University and his MA in Politics at the University of New South Wales before going on to a DPhil in Politics at Oxford University. He has taught at the Royal Military College, Canberra; Oxford; the Australian National University; the University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy; and the University of Utah, where he held the Neal Maxwell Chair in Political Theory in the Department of Political Science.

March 30
Arlington VA

Liberty Trivia
6 pm

Leadership Institute
1101 Highland Street
(Clarenden Metro)

Trivia, food, and drinks while competing for world (ok, Arlington) domination? Sign me up!

Are you a fan of life, liberty, AND trivia? Then this is the perfect event for you.

Special MCs Cabot Phillips and Patricia Simpson will be your guides on this trivia journey.

Grab your coworkers and friends and form a team to compete. Food and drinks will be provided as you answer your way to victory.

Register here:

Don’t wait! We ran out of space last time, first come, first served. Submit your team and team name to Deirdre Hackleman at

Teams are limited to 6-8 individuals. Walk-in teams and "free agents" welcome. We will be announcing the fabulous prizes as the event approaches!

This event is 21 and over.

Don't forget to Register here:

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Tim Allen reacts to liberal Hollywood's anti-Trump crusade

Tim Allen reacts to liberal Hollywood's anti-Trump crusade

Tim Allen reacts to liberal Hollywood's anti-Trump crusade


Milo uses Facts to Confront Muslim Women! He Told the Truth!

Milo uses Facts to Confront Muslim Women! He Told the Truth!

Muslim Professor's true colors vs. Tucker Carlson

Muslim Professor's true colors vs. Tucker Carlson

Tucker Carlson embarrasses John Stewart On Cross-Fire



Wonder Woman 'Origin' Trailer (2017)

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Year Zero: The First #Vault7 Leak

New libertarian TV shows scheduled

Charlie Koch's Angels, three young women, one a cybersecurity expert, one a martial arts instructor, one a former homicide detective, go to work for an agency that hacks the intelligence community, disappears statist lobbyists and campaign staffers, and exposes shady dealings of establishment politicians.

To see these and other photos by Judd Weiss of the libertarian movement, go to his photo album.

James Weeks now spokesperson for Jenny Craig

Annual LGBT libertarian dance party at International Students for Liberty Conference 2017.  The world's only international gay and lesbian libertarian dance.

To see other photos by Judd Weiss of ISFLC2017 and other movement events go to his photo album.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Tucker Carlson Tonight | Wikileaks

Tucker Carlson Tonight March 5, 2017 Free speech at Middlebury

Rand Paul on Obamacare 2.0

Reinventing A New Direction
Dear Patriot, for weeks I’ve been warning that the House leadership could be selling out the people that put them in office.  
That happened yesterday when they finally released the text of their “Obamacare Lite” plan.
You may recall, I spent a few days trying to get them to release their then-secret plan, that they were keeping under lock and key.
I liked it better when I couldn’t find it.
I won’t hold back – as is, this plan is a disaster filled with more taxes, more mandates, and more subsidies.  It will not lower costs. It will not fix our broken healthcare system.
I will fight them.  I hope you will too.
We are hitting a very crucial point in this battle, and I need you by my side.
Will you help me show my colleagues that Americans are ready to stand with them if they do the right thing?  Add your name to the Real Repeal and Replace Coalition today.
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I can’t stress enough – our time is short and the pressure is on.
But there is hope.  
Today I held a press conference with some of my colleagues from the House and Senate who believe, like you and I do, that we must not have Obamacare Lite.
And as it stands right now, we may well have the votes to stop the House Leadership’s disastrous plan – but only if we keep everyone standing firm.
That’s where you come in. 
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The special interests and the DC establishment will be putting heavy pressure on everyone at that press conference.
They’ll want us to give in, to let them say they repealed Obamacare, even though they left in place 
  • Mandates on what plans must cover
  • The so-called “Cadillac Tax” that taxes the best insurance 
  • Massive Subsidies renames as “refundable tax credits”
  • A $100 billion dollar insurance company bailout
This plan is so bad they even left in the one thing that every Republican is supposed to be against.  The thing that we went to the Supreme Court to try to stop – they left in a massive penalty if you don’t buy insurance.
You and I cannot let it stand.  I’m leading the fight, and your support for RANDPAC helps us reach hundreds of thousands of more Americans to make sure their voice is heard.
The House Republicans want this bill to pass quietly. They don’t want a spotlight on it.
That’s why I’m counting on your to make sure they don’t win.
Let’s fight.  Let’s stand up and say REAL REPEAL ONLY.  

In Liberty, 
Rand Paul
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Thursday, March 2, 2017

KellyAnne Conway's bully pulpit leg chair!

It's a Gathering of the Memes

Job news!

Job: Full-time reporter/researcher to cover press freedom issues in the United States

Position: Full-time reporter/researcherSubject: Press freedom in the United StatesLocation: San Francisco or New York
Freedom of the Press Foundation is looking to hire a full-time journalist/researcher to lead a project that will comprehensively document alarming press freedom incidents in the United States. The candidate will coordinate with a coalition of other local and national press freedom groups across the country and will document cases affecting journalists on a yet-to-be-launched website.
The ideal candidate should have at least 2 years of reporting experience, strong organizational skills, an interest for protecting the rights of journalists, and be self-motivated and passionate about their work
The candidate’s responsibilities will include:
  • Comprehensively documenting all journalist arrests, border stops, equipment seizures, leak prosecutions and other categories of incidents that violate the rights of journalists in the United States. 
  • Coordinating with other press freedom groups in the country to verify these press freedom violations, then catalogue these incidents into a new website. The coalition will include Committee to Protect Journalists, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, Index on Censorship and others. 
  • Writing blog posts and alerts on specific cases, as well as sharing them on social media.
Attributes required:
  • At least 2 years of reporting and researching experience. 
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage a coalition consisting of a variety of  organizations.
  • Willingness to pick up the phone and follow up on story leads, verify information, and stay on top of developing news.
  • The ability to quickly write up breaking stories about press freedom violations.
  • Strong social media skills to disseminate and amplify stories in a compelling way. 
  • Passion about press freedom issues and protecting the rights of journalists.
The position includes a full-time, competitive non-profit salary; health and dental benefits; and a 401k plan. The candidate would preferably be located in San Francisco, but could also be located in New York City.

Please send a resume and a short cover letter explaining why you think you would be perfect for this position to We expect to hire someone within six weeks, for a start date of May 1st or sooner. 

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