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Why libertarianism is closer to Stalinism than you think
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Why libertarianism is closer to Stalinism than you think

Senator Paul attends news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington to unveil

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Whatever else happens, 2016 offers one of the most interesting presidential elections in decades. It already includes a libertarian from Kentucky, Senator Rand Paul, and a socialist from Vermont, Senator Bernie Sanders. Americans, polling has shown, dislike socialism. Let Paul have any success, and they may like libertarianism even less.

For many American voters, libertarianism now has a certain freshness because it seems to cross the otherwise impregnable line between right and left. Sharply reducing the role of government in American life, libertarianism’s primary objective, appeals to conservatives because it offers an end to Obamacare, Social Security and other programs that transfer public money to the less well-off. Yet it also attracts liberal voters who ardently oppose invasions of privacy and bloated defense spending.

Paul’s appeal doesn’t stop there, however. He understands that the GOP base is getting older and whiter — which bodes badly for the party’s future. He is reaching out to minorities. By attacking his party’s attempts to restrict the vote, Paul could attract many African-American and Latino voters. He has also appealed to younger voters by calling for less restrictive drug laws, for example, and speaking at college campuses, where older Republicans have been loathe to appear. Paul is, in many ways, the Republican Barack Obama.

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Ayn Rand in 1957. WIKIPEDIA/Commons

But do not be fooled. Libertarianism has a complicated history, and it is by and large a sordid one. Its leading 20th-century theorist was the novelist Ayn Rand, who, for all her talk of freedom, was an authoritarian at heart. She was intolerant of dissent and conspiratorial to  a fault. Libertarians elected to public office on the basis of her ideas, including former Republican Representative Ron Paul, Rand Paul’s father, have adhered to such radical positions as abolishing the Federal Reserve.

Rand Paul has somehow moderated the crankier side of the movement that has shaped his career. Though isolationism is built into libertarianism, Paul has strongly defended Israel’s actions in the Middle East, which appeals to Republican neo-conservatives. At the other end of the political spectrum, he drew in both libertarians and the left with his 10-hour filibuster protesting the National Security Agency’s domestic surveillance of Americans.

Politicians often change positions based on what voters and donors demand. But Paul’s efforts to appeal to different audiences represent something more than political pandering. Libertarianism is not like other sets of ideas, and Paul’s maneuvering is not quite business as usual.

For libertarianism is among the most rigid of modern ideologies. The theorists who formulated its core principles were seekers after political purity. They created an ideal world designed to work perfectly — but only if human beings acted consistently. Society, to them, was like a Swiss watch: Let every part play its designed role, and the whole thing would run on its own accord.

Libertarianism in that sense is not merely an economic doctrine or a political worldview. It proposed, as Ayn Rand realized, a secular substitute for religion, complete with its own conception of the city of God, a utopia of pure laissez-faire and the city of man, a place where envy and short-sightedness hinder creative geniuses from carrying out their visions. If there was anything its founders hated more than governmental authority, it was religious authority.

Such a religious-like ideal requires careful scrutiny to ensure that no one breaks the rules or, in religious terms, commits a sin. Individuals are free to act in their self-interest — indeed, are required to — but if they grow lazy or are swayed by emotions or altruism, society’s best achievements will come crashing down around them.

Republican presidential candidate Congressman Ron Paul speaks to supporters as his son Senator Rand Paul applauds at his Iowa Caucus night rally in Ankeny, Iowa

GOP presidential candidate Representative Ron Paul speaks to supporters as his son Senator Rand Paul (L) applauds at his Iowa Caucus night rally in Ankeny, Iowa, January 3, 2012. REUTERS/Jim Young

Libertarianism, in short, resonates with an avid quest for political purity. The ideas of both conservatives and liberals are flexible enough to give way, at least on occasion. Obama, for example, regularly advocates compromise in principle, and conservatives, who do not, nonetheless fight frequently with each other. Those associated with libertarianism have no such room to maneuver; those who disagree are treated like apostates.

Yet if libertarianism is principled, it is also an impracticable set of ideas. Republicans who want to increase the defense budget can, and do, get results. Democrats who sought national health insurance finally realized their objective after decades of trying. But how, exactly, does one get government “interference” out of business when business wants it there most of the time? Is a libertarian foreign policy even imaginable, let alone workable? Truly principled libertarians believe that government should refrain from telling women what to do with their bodies, but should there be no regulation of medical procedures?

Libertarianism seems to be a philosophy designed not for governance but for opposition. It is loud and powerful when saying “no,” but often impotent and speechless when required to say “yes.”

Match the idealism of libertarianism with its impracticality, and it is no wonder that Paul’s campaign may wander from one extreme to another.

Paul, for one thing, has a major problem with his friends. Pure libertarians, like those devoted to his father, watch his every move, suspicious that he will sacrifice their zeal in favor of wider appeal. To keep them pleased, Paul must from time to time speak directly to their fears. His effort to hold up a Senate vote on extending the NSA’s authority to collect Americans’ telephone records served that need well. Taking a page from Jimmy Stewart in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Paul knows the symbolic value of seeming to stand alone to stand for his people.

The effect, by early accounts, was electric; Paul was fulfilling his destiny as the successor to his dad. The trouble is that not all votes are symbolic and, for that reason, relatively easy to cast. Let there be a vote on something substantive, especially where budget deficits are involved, and Paul is likely to disappoint true believers.

U.S. Senator Paul is flanked by reporters as he arrives for a Republican Senate caucus meeting at the U.S. Capitol in Washington

Senator Rand Paul (C) is flanked by reporters as he arrives for a Republican Senate caucus meeting at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, October 16, 2013. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Paul has an even greater problem with his enemies. It is not that difficult to be a Republican member of Congress from a conservative district in Texas and be a faithful libertarian. Ron Paul proved that. It is harder to be a libertarian as a senator representing an entire state — even a conservative one like Kentucky. Yet Rand Paul has managed to pull that off.

But to have a chance for the presidency and remain faithful to libertarian principles is a far more difficult — if not impossible — task.

It is here where the impracticality of libertarian ideas will torment the Paul campaign. For Paul to stand with Israel is to issue a direct slap to the isolationism of his father’s passionate supporters. Nor is pandering to the neo-con hawks likely to satisfy. Strong support for Israel exists in both parties, and no matter how hard Paul expresses his solidarity with that country, he can never hope to compete with a national-security consensus that he has so often challenged.

Paul’s problems at the national level are exacerbated because however inspiring libertarian principles may be to the truly committed, they are elitist at their core. The more 2012 GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his vice presidential choice, Representative Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), sounded like Ayn Rand’s hero John Galt in Atlas Shrugged, the more unpopular they became. Contempt can get you attention, but it is unlikely to attract votes. Presented with a libertarian nominated by a major party, voters are likely to find him scary if true to his convictions and weak if he is not.

So crowded is the race for the Republican nomination that Paul might possibly get it. The fact that all the other primary candidates will most likely attack him throughout the debates, could possibly attract sympathy voters. But even if he were to somehow pull that off, he would, as a presidential nominee, have to be a traitor either to his father or to his party, the one caring only to make a point, the other desiring nothing less than winning.

Other ideologies bend but rarely break. A libertarian nominated by a major party is more likely to break than bend. The good news is that if Paul were to win the Republican nomination, libertarianism’s unfitness for the modern world would be revealed for all to see. The bad news is that the poison of its extremism would enter into the body politic, perhaps never to be fully ejected.

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PBS shows its anti-Jew Agenda
Obama's Agenda & Islamization of US the Burka and Gwen Ifill

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Goes on it anti-Jew Agenda

Comes out in Support of Jihadist Obama

Allows Raghead-in-Chief to set in motion the Fourth Reich

Does Gwen Ifill have a Burka in her closet?

‘Take That, Bibi’: PBS Journalist Mocks Israeli Prime Minister After Iran Deal Victory

Where have all the Jews gone long time passing, oh, when will they ever return, oh when will they ever return? 

These should be the words in the theme song that the Conservatives should be singing [Where have all the flowers gone (Peter, Paul, & Mary)]

Where have all the Ballad singers gone, long time passing?

We need ballad singers to help defund this anti-Jew Jihad backing of Obama

Ballad singers were popular on PBS when PBS' chief function was to screw the GOP.
OH ! Thats right PBS has the new ballad singers the rapers, [rapers - they boast of rape in their songs]
PBS journalist Gwen Ifill isn't even trying to hide her cheerleading for the Obama administration. After the president gained the 34th and final vote needed to secure his nuclear negotiation with Iran Wednesday, Ifill posted a simple message for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on her Twitter account.

The graph she retweeted was originally posted by the official White House account. It appeared to be a mockery of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s address to the United Nations in 2012, when he presented an illustration of a nuclear bomb to demonstrate how Iran would progress in its dangerous pursuit of a nuclear weapon.

In the past, Ifill has been tasked with moderating vice presidential debates, covering seven presidential campaigns and interviewing politicians on significant policy issues. In other words, she is not in a role that is supposed to be open to editorializing.

Her online bio includes the reason she decided to pursue broadcast journalism:

"I always knew I wanted to be a journalist, and my first love was newspapers," Ifill said. "But public broadcasting provides the best of both worlds-combining the depth of newspapering with the immediate impact of broadcast television."

 

Now, she is feeling the immediate impact of posting a biased tweet, as outraged social media users are promptly responding:

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They are a political Party /The Tidewater Libertarian Party?
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Tidewater Libertarian Party

Its a Political Party?A formally constituted political group, typically operating on a national basis, that contests elections and attempts to form or take part in a government:

They don't have any candidates in Tidewater

In Virginia?

They Don't run candidates

A competition for a political position:the presidential contest

What they do have:

Libertarian Party Meet-Up Agendas


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Tidewater Libertarian Party [TLP] endorses Anti-Semitism?
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Can one can easily conclude that the Tidewater Libertarian Party [TLP] endorses Anti-Semitism?

Is it latent [active - Oxford University Press Dictionary] Anti-Semitism in the Conduct of the Director of Communications [DC] of the Tidewater Libertarian Party [TLP]?

And by their silence the TLP membership and their guest at the TLP meet-ups show acceptance/acquiescence [accept or consent to something without protest] to the anti-Semitic conduct of their DC?

Notice to all members of the Jewish community, members of the "Tribe".

Yes, I did use the word TRIBE, the word the Director of Communications uses at meetings of the TLP to describe member of the Jewish Race in attendance at the TLP MEETING.

It appears to this commentator that the TLP is not the place for you unless you want a first had experience in latent Anti-Semitism.

When DC introduced Joel Rubin, talked about Joel Rubin, at a recent TLP meet-up the "Director" used the word tribe to describe Jole Rubin’s religious affiliation. The room was silent, nothing was said by any in attendance, members or guests.

Some would say this silence was/is acceptance/acquiescence [accept or consent to something without protest] of the term and conduct. I am one of them.

At this gathering the Director introduced two others in attendance as members of the Tribe.

This commentator has noticed that when the Director introduces Blacks at the TLP gatherings, he never introduces them by the "n" word or any other demeaning term.

The Director never introduced/introduces any Catholic in attendance as such nor does he uses any demeaning term to describe Catholics.

The Director never introduced/introduces any Baptist in attendance as such nor does he uses any demeaning term to describe Baptists.

The list could go on and on, but why do so?

The point can be/is made by just pointing to three denominations and showing the deviation in treatment by the DC, treatment which one can easily conclude that the TLP endorses Anti-Semitism.

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Another Feather In the Turban of Jihadist Obama
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Another feather in the turban of Jihadist Obama!!!

 

Hundreds join search for three suspects in killing of Illinois cop

Hundreds join search for three suspects in killing of Illinois cop

FOX LAKE, Ill. — Law enforcement officials broadened the hunt Wednesday for three suspects in the fatal shooting of a popular veteran police officer in a small northern Illinois community.

Lake County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Sgt. Christopher Covelli said hundreds of officers were involved in the exhaustive search in Fox Lake following the killing of Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz on Tuesday morning. But to no avail.

“That means we’re not searching within that perimeter area anymore. The suspects were not within our perimeter,” Covelli told The Associated Press Wednesday morning.

“We had over 400 police officers out here yesterday. We had over 45 canine units and numerous aircraft,” he said, adding that officers would now conduct “saturation patrols” in a wider area.

Authorities from across the state and region joined the manhunt Tuesday in the village about 60 miles north of Chicago.

Some wore tactical gear and toted high-powered rifles. Officers took up positions on rooftops and along railroad tracks, scanning the terrain with rifle scopes and binoculars. Others leaned out of helicopters with weapons at the ready. Federal agencies, SWAT teams and 48 police dogs assisted in the manhunt, Covelli said.

Lt. Charles Joseph GliniewiczPhoto: AP

Residents of the usually sleepy village were urged to stay indoors, and schools were on lockdown. In a statement late Tuesday, Covelli urged the community to reach out with tips and leads.

Covelli said Gliniewicz radioed in Tuesday morning to tell dispatchers he was chasing three men on foot. Communication with him was lost soon after. Covelli said backup officers found him injured with a gunshot wound and that he died soon after.

An emotional Fox Lake Mayor Donny Schmit described the slain officer as a personal friend, a three-decade member of the department and a father of four sons.

“We lost a family member,” Schmit said of the 52-year-old officer known around town as “GI Joe.” ”His commitment to the people of this community has been unmatched and will be dearly missed.”

The area near the Wisconsin border area is popular for boating and other outdoor pursuits because of its forest preserves and a chain of lakes that partly encircles Fox Lake. Some longtime city dwellers move to the region for what is normally a quieter lifestyle.

Authorities urged residents to stay home while they searched for the suspects, two of them white and the other black.

Commuter train service was halted, and residents who wanted to take their dogs out to relieve themselves were told to stay inside, with the job of walking the pets handled by police officers.

Several schools were locked down Tuesday, and seven canceled classes on Wednesday, Covelli said.

Gliniewicz’s death is the third law enforcement fatality in Illinois this year, according to the Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. It says firearms-related deaths in the US are down 13 percent this year compared to the same period last year, Jan. 1. to Sept. 1; there were 30 last year and 26 this year.

Fox Lake residents expressed sorrow at the death of the immensely popular Gliniewicz.

“This particular officer is a pillar in my community and (is) definitely going to be missed, and (he) touched so many lives,” said Gina Maria, a 40-year-old teacher.

Dozens gathered for hours along a street in the village to show their support for law enforcement officers. Thirty-year-old Dan Raminick, who held a sign reading “Police Lives Matter,” said officers came by Tuesday evening and thanked the crowd.

Caitlyn Kelly, a 22-year-old student, said she felt compelled to come out after other recent police shootings. She held a sign that said “Blue and Brave.”

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Who Runs the Tidewater Libertarian Party?
Call Them Coat Tailers Who runs the TLP

Who Runs the TLP?

Questions For the "Chair" of the Tidewater Libertarian Party [whomever that might be];

Where are all the Past Chairs, why is it that they don't show up at your meet-ups with the exception of Robert Dean and Dr. Tabor;

So in the past 15+ years the "Party" has never had a woman "Chair", Why is that;

Who is your Party's Chair:

This was taken from what is said to be the TLP web site on 9/2/2015:

 April 5th, 2012 - For our general meeting on April 7th, the TLP will be meeting at FreshCrust Trattoria, located in Virginia Beach at 1060 Lynnhaven Pkwy - Suite 104.March 6th, 2012 - For our business meeting on March 17th, the TLP will be meeting at the Crowne Plaza Hotel at 4453 Bonney Rd in Virginia Beach. An optional breakfast is provided: $8 for Full, $4 for continental, or $1 for just coffee. We are still testing out various venues before we finalize our decision on where to call home. If you have a recommendation on where we should meet please contact Chairman Robert Dean.

February 28th, 2012 - For our general meeting on March 3rd, the TLP will be meeting at the Golden Corral at 400 S. Independence Blvd in Virginia Beach. It costs $8 to enter which will give you full access to the buffet. We will be trying a few more places before me finalize where we will be meeting. If anybody has any suggestions on where to hold our meetings please contact Chairman Robert Dean

 

 http://tidewaterlp.com/index.php

 

Should not the TLP have someone that has oversight on this, a Director of Communications?

Oh Yes, thats right,  they do, they have a Director of Communications, [is he really the puppet master, the string puller of the TLP?]  Robert K. Dean.

It is, that the founders of the TLP, are conveying they are like the Moslem Jihadist and feel that women have no place in society;

That the TLP leadership see women as just another property right, just like the Jihadist?

This Commentator just had to ask.

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Tidewater Libertarian Party Membership
Call Them Coat Tailers

Does anyone know how many dues paying members

there are of the Tidewater Libertarian Party?

How Bright are they?

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Libertarian Party Meet-Up Agenda
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Libertarian Party Meet-Up Agendas
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Tidewater Shnorrers Coat Tailing Light Rail
Call Them Coat Tailers Tidewater Shnorrers Coat Tailing Atkinson on Light Rail

Tidewater Shnorrers

Meet-Up

Nosh & Nosh

Drinking Coffee & Getting Fat

Coat Tailing On John Atkinson's Lite Rail Stand

 

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Tea Party a Party of Coat Tailers
Call Them Coat Tailers Coat Tailing TEA Party

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Libertarian Party / Party of Coat Tailers
Call Them Coat Tailers Coat Tailing Libertarian Party

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All Lives Matter
Obama's& Hillary Jihad against U.S. Jihadisst Obama's sons, and brothers killing cops coming to his call for JIHAD ! !

The evidence speaks for itself. Barack Obama, the Democratic Party and Black Lives Matter Movement don't care about Any Lives.

Two [2] of these Law Enforcement Officers were Black and not ONE PROTEST was launched on their behalf by the Lawless Democrats who allege to care about Blacks . Not ONE PROTEST!

What it boils down to - from Barack Obama and Democratic Party, to the individual thug rioting and looting on the streets,... THEY ARE LAWLESS!

The Blood of innocent lives is on their hands and they must be held accountable for their acts. The American People have had enough of this thugary. Anyone who pledges allegiance to Barack Obama and Democratic Party is to blame as well. Via their support, by action and omission, they are in agreement with the Lawlessness taking place.
PERIOD, CUT and DRY!

ALL LIVES MATTER.

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Do/Say the Right Thing, Not the Politically Correct One
One Picture Worth a Thousand Words

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They will not allow this food cart at ocean front in Virginia Beach
One Picture Worth a Thousand Words

They would not allow this

Petey Browder Food Cart

At Ocean Front in Virginia Beach

They won't give her a peddler's license

 

 

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· Chief Judge of Virginia Beach's GDC Violates VA. Constitution
Wednesday, August 26
· The Democrats are becoming a party of atom bomb spies.
· Is this a Jihad Troll? Duke Charlie
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· Bill DeSteph keeps his commitment to transparency in government
Saturday, August 22
· Hillary and Maria, will they share the same cell?
Friday, August 21
· It it not real it should be
Tuesday, August 11
· A nation which does not remember what it was yesterday, does not know what it is
Monday, August 10
· FOIA Lawsuit Against Virginia's Supreme Court's Executive Secretary
Thursday, August 06
· Hampton Roads Tea Party chastises government / Can't keep its own house in order
Tuesday, August 04
· Ivy Leagues do not practice diversity and equal opportunity
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· Colossal Fraud by Sessoms, Fraim, HRTPO/HRTAC?
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· Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council ANNUAL LEGISLATIVE PREVIEW
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· Obama / America's Black Hitler
· Anti-Jew is nothing new in France
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Tuesday, July 07
· Pilot allows the truth to be published on lite-rail!!!!
Wednesday, July 01
· Central Radio ~ What is it all about Mr. Dean
Wednesday, June 17
· Will Sessoms Being Sued for FOIA Violations?
Tuesday, June 16
· Virginia Beach's Spore's Crew wants to pay him more !!!
Friday, May 29
· Re-elect Jhonny Joannou to the Virginia House
Friday, May 22
· Portsmouth, Virginia 's Mayor Practices Racial Discrimination As a Matter of Pub
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· Portsmoth Getting Rid of Its Race-Baiter-In-Chief
Monday, May 18
· Pilot aids Portsmouth Race Baiting Council !!!
Friday, May 15
· Little Law Firm takes the wind out of the Attorney General's Sails
Thursday, April 30
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