This is just an informal event over beers to meet up with other Weld County Libertarians. Nothing serious, just tossing ideas around, maybe a little political discussion, and from what I hear there is some trivia. So stop on by!
Meetings to from Libertarian affiliates are popping up all over Colorado. Over-reaching politics and cronyism have forced fiscally conservative, socially liberal voters to the ranks of the Libertarian Party.
If you haven't already heard, there are rumblings that folks in Weld County and other northern Colorado counties are talking about a secession. With the recent gun tyranny, and manipulation of energy production, availability, and prices in rural Colorado, many in Weld County are looking for a smaller government. Big brother is a reality.
The voters in Northern Colorado are active in their communities. They have rallied behind their sheriffs during the reason gun control legislation. They have been active fighting against legislation that robs them of their right to conduct business as they see fit. The government has over-stepped its boundaries, and this is why you see so many Libertarian affiliate groups growing across the state.
There is a new affiliate in Colorado Springs. John Morse is going to be challenged by Libertarian, January Brooks. They need people to circulate petitions to allow Jan Brooks on the ballot on September 10, 2013.
There is a group organizing to explore starting a Libertarian affiliate in Denver. Yep, liberal, heavily democrat Denver. Speaking of the two party system, The republicans have something to worry about in Douglas County, as some liberty loving folks, friends of the constitution of the United States have been gathering to have fellowship. Don't for get the long standing LPAC. The Libertarian Party of Arapahoe County had its quarterly meeting just this last Friday night at the Southglenn Library. Socially tolerant people are beginning to consider the Libertarian Party.