tee shirts; Congress; Millenials; Trial by jury; election wrap up

November 5, 2013 at 12:56 pm
In This Issue From the Chair
Tee shirts
Election wrap up

Your Outreach Director (Nathan Grabau) has begun implementing a little of the training we received from the Libertarian National Campaign Committee.

Specifically he designed two styles of tee shirts to be worn by our volunteers.
If the designs are ready (they should be by Wednesday), I will be bringing the designs to our lunch to see which design you like more. Please give us your input.
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A petition to make congress live by the same laws they force upon us.
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I thought this acerbic article addressed to young people who voted for and supported Obama was on point:
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Trial by jury
On innumerable occasions Jerry Van Sickle has pointed out the value of juries in keeping government in check.
Here is yet another example of that. It’s a story of how a jury kept a conscientious sheriff out of jail:
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It’s Tuesday morning as I write this. I have no idea how some of the important races and ballot issues will have turned out.
But I do know that as of This morning we had 4,766 people in Boulder County view our Facebook post with our recommendations on how to vote.
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A reminder that our weekly
Libertarian Lunch
645 30th Street
Boulder 80303
will be held this Thursday at 12:30
This week’s topic: Tee shirts and election wrap up.
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Ralph Shnelvar
Libertarian Party of Boulder County
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