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A Dozen Libertarian Valentine Roses

13 Feb
We’re adding more handsome Libertarians to our earlier lists — watch out for the thorns.

I’m publishing this today so they can punch me at ISFLC if they don’t like being in lists.


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Marianne Copenhaver




Though a Gary Johnson voter in 2012, she is now Senator Rand Paul’s new social media person.  Ms. Copenhaver’s family was depicted in Stephen King’s Children of the Corn.  She was played by Halle Berry in the X-Men franchise.



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Julie Borowski



FreedomWorks blogger and everyone’s favorite libertarian gal to debate pro- and con-.  Apparently it is taking a toll.

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J. Buzz Webb




Buzz Webb of Provincetown, Mass., builds a dance stage in preparation for her annual Big Gay Dance Party, known as the biggest party of the libertarian PorcFest festival.  The founder and organizer of PorcFest, she is handing it off to someone else after this year.

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Sloane Shearman

Sloane is a Talent Management Assistant at the Institute for Humane Studies and  graduated from Penn State University in May, 2013 with a BA in anthropology. She served for two years as a counselor on a crisis and basic needs hotline, inspiring her to learn the mechanisms that create prosperity and teaching her empathic and conflict resolution skills she hopes to bring to the culture of liberty. Her future career goals include identifying and maximizing talent within the liberty movement, and developing robust relationships between the organizations and individuals that compose it.

Sloane’s other passions include art, falafel, and her dog, Gatsby.

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Addie Hollis



Addie Hollis, a writer and photographer, is a jack-of-all-trades. If there is something she doesn’t know how to do or something she wants to learn, she’ll figure it out. She has a bachelor degree in business administration and interpersonal communication, although in hindsight realizes she should have pursued economics and philosophy. Her current interests include cooking from scratch, writing fiction, playing PC games, collecting Japanese manga and talking.  She writes at ThoughtsOnLiberty.


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Nena Whitfield






Now running LOLA, a libertarian women’s group.



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Daria Kafler

Ms. Kafler is a member of Tel Aviv University Students for Liberty

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Ashe Schow

Ms. Schow (right) is a columnist for the Washington Examiner.










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Libby Jacobsen

Libby Jacobson is a Senior Fellow with the Independent Women’s Forum and a communications professional in DC. Previously she has worked for several free-market think tanks, and her writings have appeared in the Washington Examiner Opinion Zone and TheAgitator.com. Libby’s interests include exposing nanny state regulations and economic illiteracy, tech policy, women and the workplace, and exploring the intersection between feminism and libertarianism.




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Jacelyn Boudreaux



While working at the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health near her home in Massachusetts, Jaclyn began to understand the importance of freedom-promoting policies.  Jaclyn was seeking a way to make complicated philosophy, policy, and economic issues accessible to the general public when her search led her to the ideal tool for doing so: Learn Liberty. For maximal happiness outside of her career, Jaclyn requires Tyrion Lannister, mojitos, SPF 30 or higher, vegetarian options, friendly librarians, and non-calorie-listing menus.

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Laura Delhomme

I’m relaxing my rule that friends can’t be in my lists, just for Valentine’s Day, so my buddy Laura Delhomme, candidate and IT whiz, moving to the Institute for Human Studies, can finally be in one.

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Corey Hubbard












Corey L. Hubbard is a recent graduate of International Relations and Comparative Politics from the University of Central Florida. While at UCF, Corey founded and worked with multiple organizations dedicated to liberty. In 2010, she was invited England to work in the House of Commons. As an IHS, FEE, YAL, and SFL alumna, she remains steadfast in her defense of market supremacy and self ownership through research, blogging, and networking activists across the globe. 

Adam Kinzinger and the Ron Paul Libertarian Republicans

10 Sep

Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) addresses the DC Young Republicans.  He was an hour late because of a last minute booking on The O’Reilly Factor.

The audience was a largely Ron Paul/Rand Paul/libertarian crowd.  I know because I know them (and I am one) and they asked me to come video it as they thought sparks would fly.

Maybe because Putin has thrown Obama’s Syrian plans into doubt, maybe because Kinzinger (who is also an Air Force officer still doing duty in the reserves) was extremely conciliatory and admitted that the anti-intervention side had real concerns, no sparks flew.

Young Ron Paul GOP libertarians question Adam Kinzinger

10 Sep

Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) addresses the DC Young Republicans.  He was an hour late because of a last minute booking on The O’Reilly Factor.

The audience was a largely Ron Paul/Rand Paul/libertarian crowd.  I know because I know them (and I am one) and they asked me to come video it as they thought sparks would fly.

Maybe because Putin has thrown Obama’s Syrian plans into doubt, maybe because Kinzinger (who is also an Air Force officer still doing duty in the reserves) was extremely conciliatory and admitted that the anti-intervention side had real concerns, no sparks flew.