Tag Archives: Voting

Voting and Complaining

By MamaLiberty Every election cycle, at least a few people tell me that if I don’t “vote,” I can’t complain about the results. This has never made any sense at all to me, but this year it seems even more … Continue reading

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Blind Voters

By Nathan Barton Chris, over at Laissez Faire Books reposted (with his own comments) an article by Josh Guckert at The Libertarian Republic, entitled “Trump and Sanders may have more in common than most [people] think.” He proceeds to list … Continue reading

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Politics 2016: Baker’s Dozen ™ Federal Ballot Issues (what-if)

by Nathan Barton As Jeffrey Tucker pointed out in a recent column, voters need to remember that when voting in federal elections, people are voting for (or against) PEOPLE and NOT on issues. That the people elected may make all … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News #13-12B: Voting, Congress in action, and Europe

Politics 2013 Arkansas (or Alabama?): Beebe vetoes voter turnout suppression bill (CNN)  “A bill that would have required voters in Arkansas to produce photo identification before being allowed a ballot was rejected on Monday by the state’s Democratic governor, who … Continue reading

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