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Libertarian Weekly Calendar (DC centric this week)

22 Jun

Arlington, VA

Laura Delhomme for Delegate Kick Off Party
Saturday June 22


    • 5:00pm until 8:00pm

  • 880 North Pollard
  • On behalf of the Delhomme Campaign, you are officially invited to join us as we kick off the campaign season with a backyard BBQ. This is a great chance to meet your fellow campaign supporters and volunteers. Come on out and bring a friend, this is sure to be a great time!


880 N Pollard St Arlington VA 22201

Washington, DC

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    Russell Senate Office

    Instructions for the Building Entry:

    Due to sequester, it is recommended people enter through the Dirksen 24-hour entrance at 1st & C St NE. Once you enter the building and clear security (please do not bring any weapons or suspicious items) take the stairs to the basement and proceed to Russell. Any elevator will get you to the 3rd floor

    Liberty Toastmasters was established in 2012. Our unique focus on the topic of liberty allows for a thoughtful discussion of ideas in addition to fulfilling the mission of our parent organization.

Alexandria, VA

  • Honor Flight
  • Join us at DCA on Tues, June 25 to welcome around 30 WWII & Korean veterans from Greater St Louis Honor Flight.

    We’ll gather outside Terminal A and welcome them to DCA as they walk from the buses into the Terminal to catch their return flight back to Illinois.

    PLEASE join us any time between 5 and 6! The buses are scheduled to arrive at 5:30 pm.

    NOTE: Join us for a brief HAPPY HOUR immediately following this greeting!

    Starting at 6:15… meet us at the bar at McCormick & Schmicks in Crystal City… one of the best Happy Hours around. (Happy Hour prices effective through 7 pm)

    **One stop away on the metro**
    2010 Crystal Drive Arlington, VA 22202

    Questions? Ask them here, or ask Danielle Sturgis via Facebook or via email:!

    -Please feel free to attend ANY and ALL Honor Flight greetings! There are MANY opportunities, morning and evening. Full schedule:

Washington DC

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  • Come out to support GOProud! DC Comedy night at RFD at 810 7th St. NW. Purchase tickets online for $20 or at the door for $25.


810 7th St. NWWashington, District of Columbia 20001

Washington, DC

  • Liberty on the Rocks at 201 Bar at 201 Massachusetts Avenue NE
  • For June, we wanted to welcome all newcomers–interns and newly graduated– as well as those starting programs like KAP, to the Beltway by hosting our monthly social at 201 Bar. Swap your freshly printed business cards, share your experiences so far with fellow liberty-lovers, and kick-back and enjoy what DC does best: the happy hour. What better way to learn the ins and outs of a DC happy hour than at one of the classiest establishments on the Hill? Turn your happy hour into a happy night, but just remember, the metro closes at midnight!

    We’ll have “the State Room” from 6-8PM; however, the entire place is your playground. Happy hour deals run all night… so take advantage.
    $4 Bourbons, $4 wine, $4 Goose Island Beer

    You must be 21+ to enter and drink.


201 Massachusetts Avenue NEWashington, District of Columbia 20002

Waco, Texas

  • “Low Taxes or No Taxes?” Waco Hilton
  • Nothing can be certain but death and taxes, but maybe it’s time to question the certainty of taxes.

    Is all taxation fundamentally flawed or is there a fair way to tax Americans? If there is a best method, what is it?

    The Libertarian Party of Texas and the McLennan County Libertarian Party will be hosting Low Taxes or No Taxes?, a FREE debate on the scope and method of taxation.

    Steven Bradley, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at Baylor University. He currently teaches a Social Entrepreneurship & Economic Development class that asks and answers the question “Does capitalism help the poor?” He conducts research in the survival and growth of start-up firms, both in developed and developing economies around the world.

    Kurt Hildebrand is Chair of the Hays County Libertarian Party.
    He also served as Program Director for Dionysium, an Alamo Drafthouse event which features monthly debates. Professionally, Kurt works in the field of information technology consulting.

    Wes Benedict currently works for the Libertarian Action Super PAC and the Libertarian Booster PAC. He served as Executive Director of the Libertarian National Committee, and before that as Executive Director of the Libertarian Party of Texas. He recruited a record 173 LP candidates for office in Texas for the November 2008 elections, which was 29 percent of the nationwide LP total.

    John Bush has been broadcasting Rise Up Radio since 2007. John’s message has evolved to include provocative solutions amd strategies individuals can take to live a more free, prosperous, and sustainable life. John Bush is also committed liberty activist. He has helped to start and grow the following activist and educational groups: Texans for Accountable Government, the Foundation for a Free Society, Operation Defuse, Lone Star SMART, and Indigo Agora.

    The debate will be moderated by Caroline K. Gorman, chair of the Travis County Libertarian Party and member of the State Libertarian Executive Committee.

    Social hour from 6 to 7 and debate from 7 to 8:30.