My personal voting guide — and you too if you wish to follow along

The following is my personal opinion and not that of any organization in which I may have an affiliation. Being a Libertarian in Palm Beach County affords me the ability to not be pressured by conservatives or liberals / Republicans or Democrats to vote a certain way. In other words, I feel zero obligation toContinue reading “My personal voting guide — and you too if you wish to follow along”

Voter’s Guide for 2014 General Election – Palm Beach County, Florida – A Libertarian Perspective

I am often asked for my opinion as to who would make good choices for elected office and the 2014 General Election is no different. So here is the list of those I plan to vote. The person / issue I will vote for is in BOLD, sometimes with an explanation. U.S. Representative, Dist. 22Continue reading “Voter’s Guide for 2014 General Election – Palm Beach County, Florida – A Libertarian Perspective”

Voter's Guide for 2014 General Election – Palm Beach County, Florida – A Libertarian Perspective

I am often asked for my opinion as to who would make good choices for elected office and the 2014 General Election is no different. So here is the list of those I plan to vote. The person / issue I will vote for is in BOLD, sometimes with an explanation. U.S. Representative, Dist. 22Continue reading “Voter's Guide for 2014 General Election – Palm Beach County, Florida – A Libertarian Perspective”

New poll shows Americans often in agreement with libertarian positions

A new poll out yesterday, April 3, 2014, with only 4% identifying themselves as ‘libertarian’, revealed 63% of Americans agree with the libertarian position that elected politicians should not work to enact policies and spend taxpayer money to benefit the special interest groups that helped them get elected as a quid pro quo. The pollContinue reading “New poll shows Americans often in agreement with libertarian positions”

Senate candidate suggests "Friday Night Fights"

Senate candidate suggests “Friday Night Fights”. In an effort to prevent the next Senator from Florida being elected on the basis of “who spends the most on TV ads,” Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Alexander Snitker says he has a plan that will ensure voters can make an informed decision in November. In what he is callingContinue reading “Senate candidate suggests "Friday Night Fights"”

Senate candidate suggests “Friday Night Fights”

Senate candidate suggests “Friday Night Fights”. In an effort to prevent the next Senator from Florida being elected on the basis of “who spends the most on TV ads,” Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Alexander Snitker says he has a plan that will ensure voters can make an informed decision in November. In what he is callingContinue reading “Senate candidate suggests “Friday Night Fights””

Interview w/ LibertarianViewpoint.com

Karl Dickey was recently interviewed for LibertarianViewpoint.com regarding his campaign for Palm Beach County Commission. ————————————————————————————————– In keeping with our goals of trying to get interviews with all the Libertarian candidates running for office April continues to track them down and ask them pertinent questions. She caught up with Karl Dickey, candidate for County CommissionerContinue reading “Interview w/ LibertarianViewpoint.com”

Fiscally Conservative Republicans Should Join the Libertarian Party

When I joined the Republician Party at the age of 18 it was was presented to me as a political party which was strong on individual rights, fiscally conservative, and wanted to stay out of both my bedroom & my wallet. Wow, was I ever wrong! What I found instead was the party had mis-representedContinue reading “Fiscally Conservative Republicans Should Join the Libertarian Party”