• Mesa Libertarian Social

    Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom

    Join the Mesa Libertarians for our 2019 Socials! Open to all Grand Junction and Mesa County Libertarians. WHEN: January (2nd and 4th Tuesdays) at 5:30pm til whenever. For January, the 8th and the 22nd. Our location is booked through April. Libertarian Party literature, membership forms, and Colorado voter registration forms will be available at our table, as well as information on local & state elective offices (Grand Junction city council, Mesa County board, etc. SPECIAL OFFER: if you are a National LP dues-paid member, but this will be your first actual libertarian meeting, I will hand you a $10 Old Chicago gift card to use towards your meal (limited to the first two claimants per meeting). BRING A FRIEND. ALSO: If you are interested in running for a local political office anywhere in Mesa County, I have a $1,000 donation ready for the RIGHT candidate. If you're on Facebook, you may RSVP via the meeting notice posted at: https://www.facebook.com/events/252348699011581/ Please share the link! Questions? Call or text Marc Montoni,[masked], or email [masked]

  • Lunch w/Boulder Libertarians

    Carelli's Of Boulder

    Ralph Shnelvar email [masked] For 80%+ of our meetups we have guest speakers. These speakers can nationally renowned (e.g. Richard Epstein, Russell Roberts) to local speakers of interest (e.g. District Attorney Stanley Garnett). If you wish to be informed about our upcoming local speakers, please subscribe to my mailing list by going to http://lpboulder.org/?page_id=466 You can see a list of the recordings of our previous guests here: http://lpboulder.org/?page_id=761 How do we persuade? Libertarians are often engineers, and it seems most engineers have a leaning toward liberty and avoid the emotional appeal..but statist Democrats(Guilt) and statist Republicans(fears) are more responsive to the emotional.

  • Colorado Libertarian State Convention!

    Hotel Eleganté Conference & Event Center

    Ok, yes there is the boring business meeting. But wait till you hear about the famous speakers. There will be many fun and useful seminars. And best of all you get to meet Libertarians from all over Colorado. If you'd like to join the leadership of the state party, you can run for one of several board positions. The following are up for election at the convention: State Chair, Vice Chair, Regions Director, Campaigns Director, Membership Director, and Communications Director. Register now at https://lpcolorado.org/civicrm/?page=CiviCRM&q=civicrm%2Fevent%2Fregister&reset=1&id=53 Check back here for updates - Complete schedule and agenda coming soon! https://lpcolorado.org/event/2019-lp-colorado-state-convention-2019-04-26/

  • Liberty on the Rocks (Denver)

    Chopper's Sports Grill

    Liberty on the Rocks Happy Hours in Denver -- The place to be for liberty-minded folk. Come on out and drink with other libertarians, Anarcho-capitalists, Objectivists and other free market advocates! This is the place to find out what is going on, who is doing what, and how to get involved. Hope to see you there! Host: Denver Liberty on the Rocks 6:00pm - 9:00pm Location: Chopper's Sports Grill 80 S Madison St Denver, CO 80209 Email: [masked]

  • Lunch w/Boulder Libertarians

    Carelli's Of Boulder

    Ralph Shnelvar email [masked] For 80%+ of our meetups we have guest speakers. These speakers can nationally renowned (e.g. Richard Epstein, Russell Roberts) to local speakers of interest (e.g. District Attorney Stanley Garnett). If you wish to be informed about our upcoming local speakers, please subscribe to my mailing list by going to http://lpboulder.org/?page_id=466 You can see a list of the recordings of our previous guests here: http://lpboulder.org/?page_id=761 How do we persuade? Libertarians are often engineers, and it seems most engineers have a leaning toward liberty and avoid the emotional appeal..but statist Democrats(Guilt) and statist Republicans(fears) are more responsive to the emotional.

  • Douglas County Libertarian Party Meeting

    Fox and Hound Restaurant

    Join the Douglas County Libertarian Party the first Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM at The Fox and Hound, 9239 Park Meadows Drive, Lone Tree, CO 80124 You don't have to be from Douglas County, or even be Libertarian to join us... (it helps, and we do chat about libertarian topics most of the time) ...but we do request that if you have fun, you let a friend know, or bring a friend to the next one! Topics will include items of general libertarian interest and organization for local activism to make a difference in our political landscape. We're looking forward to seeing you there! For additional information on this Meet-Up or the Douglas County Party please email [masked]

  • First Thursday - Left Hand of Liberty Munch Bunch

    This Thursday is the First Thursday of the month and time for the Left Hand of Liberty Dinner. As usual, we will meet at 6:30pm at China Buffet (show up whenever you like, we get thrown out at 9:30pm) 800 S. Hover Road in Longmont (SE corner of Hover and Nelson). Entry from Nelson. The anchor store is Hobby Lobby. This is our monthly Liberty Dinner and discussion group. We try to stick to local politics, to support or denigrate the volunteers elected to set policy in our local communities. If your interest is at the local level; the government that repairs your sidewalk and taxes your garbage, then Left Hand of Liberty is your thought and action group. As the group gets larger, it's generally a free for all. Expect the unexpected topics, or venture one yourself. • Approval Voting gets top billing with LHoL until the end of the 2017 session. It will not be boring, promise. • Longmont Parks in Revival - new leadership sans chainsaw • Paul Danish wants to reshape his past - help him with your vote • Is the statewide initiative process Denver-centric? - The legislature certainly is. More laws are needed for bigger cities. • The Shaffer Hemp Update - harvesting more than tee shirts. • Approval Voting for Colorado seeks proponents to - write and call your state reps and ask for Approval - the bill asks the SoS to set rules. Then it is an option. • RTD redefines track maintenance - taking a tip from Boulder County • Is your legislator a distracted driver? - distracted driving means more is getting done. Give 'em an attaboy. • Boulder County buys water with Open Space Taxes - open space for sale, without water • Treat marijuana like alcohol. - prison time for driving stoned. • Approval Voting for Primaries There's a wide variety of food, though the Chinese theme is evident. Dinner and a drink with tip will be $12. Be responsible for paying your own way. Though a social event, we can't make others pay for our meal (not socialism).

  • Lunch w/Boulder Libertarians

    Carelli's Of Boulder

    Ralph Shnelvar email [masked] For 80%+ of our meetups we have guest speakers. These speakers can nationally renowned (e.g. Richard Epstein, Russell Roberts) to local speakers of interest (e.g. District Attorney Stanley Garnett). If you wish to be informed about our upcoming local speakers, please subscribe to my mailing list by going to http://lpboulder.org/?page_id=466 You can see a list of the recordings of our previous guests here: http://lpboulder.org/?page_id=761 How do we persuade? Libertarians are often engineers, and it seems most engineers have a leaning toward liberty and avoid the emotional appeal..but statist Democrats(Guilt) and statist Republicans(fears) are more responsive to the emotional.

  • LPEPC El Paso County Monthly Board Meeting

    American Tire Exchange

    This is the Libertarian Party of El Paso County business meeting. Agenda will be posted to http://lpepc.org/business/agendas/ Voting Members of the Board: Chair - Chris Houtchens Vice Chair - Lexi Buschmann Treasurer - John Hjersman Secretary - Eric Muma Affiliate Representative - John Hjersman If RSVPs exceed available space the location will be moved.

  • LPCO monthly board meeting

    Independence Institute

    Please come to watch your State Party Board in action and learn how you can be more involved. Open to the public. Watch live via YouTube https://youtu.be/YRTa_ifl-s4 Agenda items include: * Outreach * Legislative responses and related actions * Managing Party business * Working with Affiliates and Development Groups * Activism activities