Category Archives: voter choice

A Lesson on School Choice

No doubt the unions hate freedom of people to choose what works vs. what the unions want for their members.

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It is Good to See Freedom is Still Valued

Above is the Ron Paul donation clock as the hours pass for the Boston Tea Party fund raiser. at 12:00 p.m. today it was at $13.85 million, having already raised over $2 million. By 4:38 p.m. it was at $15.213 … Continue reading

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Real Voting Problem: Candidate Discrimination

As published in the PIttsburgh Post Gazette, December 25, 2006 The real voting problem: third-party or independent candidates are shut out Paper ballots may stop votes disappearing from recounts (“In Praise of Paper” by Bruce Schneier, Dec. 3 Forum), but … Continue reading

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3rd Party Candidates Hamstrung by Discriminatory Election Laws

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Libertarian Party of Pittsburgh contacts: Harold Kyriazi: 412-478-4012 (cell); htk@pitt.edu David Posipanka: 412-983-5451 (cell); 412-464-0660 (home) ——————————————- Pittsburgh, PA — August 15, 2006 The Libertarian Party of Pittsburgh is sad to announce that one of its … Continue reading

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