Articles by Richard Manzo

Richard Manzo

Richard Manzo is Operations Director of the Libertarian Policy Institute. An elected official in Goffstown, New Hampshire, Richard serves as a member of the budget committee and the trust fund trustees. He formerly served as a trustee of the historic Goffstown Public Library and New England regional director of the Jorgensen for President campaign.

Edward Snowden’s Speech at the Libertarian National Convention

The Libertarian Policy Institute secured Edward Snowden to speak at the Libertarian National Convention on Memorial Day Weekend in Reno, NV. Watch an exclusive replay...
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Libertarian Policy Institute Secures Edward Snowden as Featured Speaker

MANCHESTER, NH, May 17, 2022 – The Libertarian Policy Institute announces today that they have secured Edward Snowden as a featured speaker for the Libertarian...
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Year of Action: Organizing, Strategizing, and Mobilizing in 2022

After spending the last year building up its infrastructure and drafting policy, the Libertarian Policy Institute has pushed forward into the New Year with a...
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Care about what your constituents care about.

Liberty is a guiding philosophy and an ideal. Guiding philosophies and ideals are great for organizations, and liberty above all else is a perfect guiding...
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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...
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Make Taxation Unnecessary Through Public Investment

Across the world, governments maintain investment portfolios. Typically, these are policies that were originally enacted as a result of settlers finding an abundant natural resource....
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Free the Housing Market From Zoning

Despite the major leaps forward in the economic growth of the past fifty years, generational homeownership has been on the decline since the Baby Boom...
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Taking Police Out of Our Schools

Two-thirds or more of American high-school students attend their classes on campuses manned by police officers. For majority-black communities, that proportion is higher. In some...
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