Libertarian calendar for August 2015

26 Aug

August 26
Washington, D.C.

Liberty on the Rocks
5:30 pm

  • RFD

    810 7th St NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20001
What does August mean in DC? August recess, the end of summer, and back to school time! Join Liberty on the Rocks as we savor the last days of August recess and summer, the last days in town before we head out for Labor Day, and the last days in town for our summer interns. The stale heat of DC will soon turn into a brisk fall breeze. Come enjoy one last drink before we say good-bye to summer and regale over all the memories we made this summer!

Happy hour specials, and we’ll have the front area near the entrance!

August 27
Rumney, New Hampshire

A call to rally A political gathering of a culture of people Its our political rights and freedom we want . I be their at to help organize our people for our freedom and political rights . Look for our banner “ A CALL TO RALLY REPORT IN HERE” As one of the volunteers and one of the political workers for our people we be looking for people to join us in getting our freedom and political rights and to find ways to get laws for the people by our people to help us not against us . Join us and help spark up the flame for liberty and freedom for our people. Four Days of camping, 40 bands and a political party. Be a part of our getting freedom for the people.


August 1-30

Libertarian registration drive

As more and more polls are indicating that voters no longer identify with the two major parties – it’s a great time to get out and tell more people about the Libertarian Party of Florida (LPF)!

To encourage participation and help the Libertarian Party of Florida register more new LPF voters, the Membership Committee is hosting the LPF 2015 Voter Registration Drive with cash incentives plus media and graphic design support. Our goal is to raise LPF voter registrations by 30 percent per year before November 30!

Please join this event to receive updates, as it will be used as “Registration Drive Central” – a place where everyone can share graphics, tips and information that will be helpful to all in this registration drive.

INCENTIVES!: The Membership Committee is offering two $250 prizes. Affiliate participation is optional. The prizes will be awarded to the affiliate with the largest percentage increase in LPF Florida registrations from June 30 through November 30, 2015. If there is no established affiliate in the winning county, the money will be held until affiliation. There will be two divisions — one Large County division and one Small County division. Large Counties will be those with over the average population; Small Counties will be those with below average population.

Thanks for all your hard work and dedication! It’s a great time to be Libertarian. Tell a friend, or two, or twenty! 😉

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August 25
West Babylon, NY

Suffolk County Libertarian Party
7:00 PM
1025 W Montauk Hwy
West Babylon, NY 11704

August 29

John Locke’s birthday. 

Born in 1632, confirmed bachelor John Locke was a scholar and tutor supported by wealthy patrons, and the father of classical liberalism.  The Foundation named after him today provides the following:

That the John Locke Foundation is named after the 17th century English political philosopher is no mere coincidence; the man was an intellectual titan, one whose thoughts and ideas can be found throughout our country’s earliest political documents, including and especially the Declaration of Independence.
Still, there seems to be some confusion today as to who John Locke is. More than once, someone has called our office and asked to speak to “Mr. Locke” as if he had named the organization after himself.
In an effort to mitigate some of this confusion, we’ve prepared this collection of annotated sources — both original works of Locke and later books and papers — as a resource. We hope it proves just as useful to high school and college students writing papers for school as to the independent scholar who wishes to learn more about this brilliant and influential man.
Below are links to sections of this page on resources for students and curious adults:

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