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Happy Friday! This week, I'm excited to announce that the LPI store will be seeing the addition of some exciting new products, including a shirt with the logo you see right above, magnets, bumper stickers, and laptop stickers. Check back on Monday as products launch on the LPI store, or sign up as a Patron today and be among the first to receive our new products!

This is going to be one of my shorter emails, but I think it's one of my most important to date. If you live in Arkansas, California, or New Hampshire, email me at rmanzo@libertarianpolicy.org with the concerns you're hearing in your community. I want to stress: I'm not asking for what you're hearing on national TV, I'm asking for the problems you and your neighbors are facing. If you'd tell your town council, school board, or state legislature, I want to hear it too, so we can do the work necessary to give them the tools to solve those issues.

Lastly, if you haven't seen our newest articles, I touched on a policy from my campaign in 2020 for Hillsborough County Treasurer here in New Hampshire. My public investment plan received high praise from voters and from my Democratic opponent.

Nick's latest article is an important message about how to turn a campaign into a tool for change, regardless of how the votes come in. A strong campaign focused on issues and solutions ties a candidate's name to the good, and even if someone else wins, that winner could co-opt the candidate's message and even tap them for a role implementing the solution.

Buy 'Em out - a New Strategy for Cutting Government

This article by Alexander W. Salter was originally published on FEE.org on Monday, October 31 - nine days before the 2016 general election. If you were looking for serious policy discussion, the 2016 election has been a massive disappointment. As revealed during the debates and in their many public statements, neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump has a plan for …
Buy 'Em out - a New Strategy for Cutting Government

Libertarians for Good Government

Libertarians for Good Government
Libertarians believe liberty is the highest political good. The chief purpose of political association, and hence of government, is protecting citizens from force and fraud. Government’s coercive power compels us to keep it on a tight leash. Liberty isn’t the only benefit of political association, however. This shouldn’t surprise even the most diehard libertarian, if they’re also an American. There …

Judge Buttrick Joins Board

The Libertarian Policy Institute is proud to announce the appointment of Judge John A. Buttrick to the board. Judge Buttrick, an Arizona-based attorney, served as a Superior Court Judge and United States Magistrate Judge of the District Court for the District of Arizona. Judge Buttrick also previously served as Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Arizona, as a member of …
Judge Buttrick Joins Board
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Richard Manzo