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RIP, Lou Marino

by Thomas R. Eddlem Libertarians will be sad to know that one of our party members who was briefly a Libertarian Party US Senate candidate, Lou Marino, passed away this week.  Only 48, he had been in poor health for

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We’re primed for a spark

In the final Monday pre-dawn moments of every city, you can see the work vans and work trucks turn noisily onto the highway on-ramp of the city’s suburbs and exurbs, ladders rattling over every bump. They’re city-bound, heading toward work

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Jack Teixeira, the Deep State, and ‘Captured Media’

Suspected Pentagon documents leaker Jack Teixeira, a 21-year-old Dighton, Massachusetts Air National Guardsman, allegedly released classified documents without permission about the sobering U.S. intelligence assessment of Ukraine’s prospects in the Russo-Ukrainian War (i.e., Ukraine can’t win, despite public official pronouncements

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2023 state convention results

by Thomas R. Eddlem The Libertarian Party of Massachusetts adopted a new set of by-laws and elected a new state committee at convention Saturday, March 11 in Worcester. In addition, member Louis Marino kicked off his US Senate campaign in

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Translating regime dialectics

By Thomas R. Eddlem The regime media — that proportion of the media dedicated to preserving the Deep State’s warfare state, surveillance state and corporate welfare programs — is on the warpath against Tucker Carlson getting exclusive access to January

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Did you expect all candy canes and rainbows?

By Thomas R. Eddlem Criticism of the upcoming “Rage Against the War Machine” anti-war rally in Washington has me wondering if some people expected it to be all candy canes and rainbows. We’re going up against a Military-Industrial-Surveillance Complex (MISC)

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Our social media is expanding!

by Thomas R. Eddlem The Libertarian Party of Massachusetts added an Instagram account ― in addition to our Facebook and Twitter accounts ― this month. All three of these accounts have multiple volunteer hands working on them, so everything posted

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