Mark your calendars!

The San Diego County Libertarian Party Convention is January 31!

This year’s convention will be held at the Boll Weevil restaurant, 9330 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego. Registration begins at 10:30 am, and the first speaker begins at 11:00 am. The annual business meeting begins at 2:30 and includes the election of officers for 2015 and amendments to the bylaws.

Vice Chair Jerry Dixon has lined up some great speakers for this year’s annual party convention. Angela Keaton, development director of Antiwar.com, will speak about diversity in political party memberships and how the LP can improve its own. Richard Rider, chair of the San Diego Tax Fighters, will give his perspectives on the November 4 election results and what they mean for liberty in the future. San Francisco-based libertarian activist Starchild will talk about what it is like being a member of the Libertarian National Committee.

The convention will be held at the Boll Weevil restaurant, 9330 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego. Registration begins at 10:30 am, and the first speaker begins at 11:00 am. The annual business meeting begins at 2:30 and includes the election of officers for 2015 and amendments to the bylaws.

Admission tickets cost $25 at the door and include $15 credit toward your lunch at the Boll Weevil. You can save $5 by purchasing your ticket in person at any SDLP gathering including the Executive Committee meetings December 11 or January 8 or the holiday party December 15, 2015. Time: 6:00 pm. Place: Giovanni's Pizza Restaurant, 9353 Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, San Diego. 

 

What's In Your Wallet?

What's In Your Wallet? 

Or why is my dollar worth 14 times more than your dollar?

By Charles Novitsky

 

Since I was fortunate to find a dollar from the year I was born on Ebay, I decided to create a little tutorial for our libertarian Inflation Education kiosk. San Diego Libertarian Party members will place it outside local supermarkets in San Diego. The purpose of the kiosk is to educate people about the damage being done to the incomes and savings of most Americans by the Federal Reserve System.

Few can understand the monetary shenanigans that Washington DC has unconstitutionally conjured since the birth of the Fed in 1913. But if we aim to get the unaware public involved, we need to get their attention.

San Diego Libertarian Party Endorses Props F & J

The municipal codes of La Mesa and Encinitas both prohibit medical marijuana dispensaries. Proposition F in Encinitas and Proposition J in La Mesa will be on the November 4, 2014 ballot seeking to amend the municipal codes of both cities to authorize dispensaries without size restrictions in non-residential zones as authorized by state law.

On August 14, 2014, the Executive Committee of the San Diego County Libertarian Party unanimously endorsed both measures but with reservations. The propositions are a “step in the right direction” said committee chair Mike Benoit, but impose levels of regulation inappropriate to a free society.

Laissez Faire Fare and the San Diego Transit System

 Laissez Faire Fare and the San Diego Transit System

By Charles Novitsky

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  Politicians and regulators never cease trying to convince Americans that they can give us something for less than the free market would charge us. The San Diego trolley and the entire Metropolitan Transit System are one example of a government-subsidized system where riders pay only a fraction of the cost of operating the vehicles.

Who wins and who loses from a minimum wage law?

Recently the San Diego City Council has been debating imposing a minimum wage law on workers and employers within the city limits.

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