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The Royals – Free Speech And Movement
Freedom Movement Call: Do you want to be free?
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The night before the 2008 Nevada Republican convention, the Ron Paul delegates all met at a Reno high school. Although Id called myself a libertarian for almost my entire adult life, it was my first exposure to the wider movement.
And boy, was it a circus. Many members of the group were obsessed with the gold standard, the Kennedy assassination and the Fed. Although Libertarians believe government is incompetent, many of them subscribe to the most fringe conspiracy theories imaginable. Airplanes are poisoning America with chemicals (chemtrails) or the moon landings were faked. Nothing was too far out. A great many of them really think that 9-11 was an inside job. Even while basking in the electoral mainstream, the movement was overflowing with obvious hokum.
During the meeting, a Ron Paul staffer, a smart and charismatic young woman, gave a tip to the group for the upcoming convention.
Dress normal, she said. Wear suits, and dont bring signs or flags. Dont talk about conspiracy theories. Just fit in. Her advice was the kind you might hear given to an insane uncle at Thanksgiving.
Then next day, I ran into that same operative at the convention, and I complimented her because Ron Paul delegates were being accepted into the crowd. I added, Were going to win this thing.
Bring in the clowns, she said, and smiled before I lost her in the mass of people.
I will never forget that moment: Bring in the clowns. At the time, I considered myself a thoughtful person, yet I could hardly claim to be one if you judged me by the company I kept. The young lady knew something I had not yet learned: most of our supporters were totally fucking nuts.
I came by my own libertarian sensibilities honestly. I grew up in a mining town that produced gold, silver and copper; but above all, Battle Mountain, Nev. made libertarians. Raised on 40-acre square of brown sage brush and dead earth, we burned our own garbage and fired guns in the back yard.
After leaving my small town upbringing, I learned that libertarians are made for lots of reasons, like reading the bad fiction of Ayn Rand or perhaps the passable writing of Robert Heinlein. In my experience, most seemed to be poor, white and undereducated. They were contortionists, justifying the excesses of the capitalist elite, despite being victims if libertarian politics succeed.
If you think that selfishness and cruelty are fantastic personal traits, you might be a libertarian. In the movement no one will ever call you an asshole, but rather, say you believe in radical individualism.
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Why I fled libertarianism — and became a liberal
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The Stateless Man on WGSO 990AM: Freedom of Movement and Immigration Reform
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Randall Kennedy: The Movement and Freedom of Expression
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Bill Maher on Friday trashed the current wave of libertarianism, singling out Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as “intellectually stuck in their teen years.”
“New rule,” Maher said on “Real Time with Bill Maher.” “Libertarians have to stop ruining libertarianism. Or at least do a better job of explaining the difference between today’s libertarian and just being a selfish prick.”
Maher, who has described himself as libertarian in the past, said that at some point, “libertarianism morphed into this creepy obsession with free market capitalism” based on Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged.”
“Her book has a strange appeal to people who are kind of smart, but not really,” he said.
He said libertarianism as it stands now has gone “nuts.”
“To everyone who keeps trying to shame me about abandoning my libertarian moorings, my message is this: I didn’t go nuts, this movement did,” he said. “Like when you see a stoplight, your reaction should be ‘Great, an easy way to ensure we don’t all crash into each other,’ not, ‘How dare the government tell me when I can and cannot go? Seatbelts? I refuse to live in a nanny state. I’m an individual and I want to soar free as an eagle — right through the windshield.”
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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) –
The National Underground Freedom Center will stay open on Sunday to give families a final chance to see a special exhibition.
Women Hold Up Half the Sky is a one-of-a-kind exhibition based on the New York Times best-selling book Half the Sky by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl Wu-Dunn. The book is part of the “Half the Sky” movement, which also includes a PBS documentary.
Co-author Nicholas Kristof was at the Freedom Center on march 2 when he received the International Freedom Conductor Award along with Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth.
The exhibition uses paintings, quilts, photos, videos and audio experiences to share the stories of women across the globe who are overcoming oppression through economics and self-determination.
The exhibit focuses on three main themes- overcoming gender-based violence through entrepreneurism, maternal health and human trafficking.
Visitors will leave informed on the issues facing women today. They can also learn ways to get involved in the movement.
The exhibit will be open on Easter Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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