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Meet Libertarians near you! Come to this local Libertarian Meetup to share your opinions on today's political climate and issues and learn how you can contribute to America's political future. Everyone interested in Libertarianism is welcome! Our members range in age from 20 to 76, come from all walks of life, but have one thing in common - a love of FREEDOM and a dedication to preserving individual liberty! This Meetup group is not only for members of the Libertarian Party in Tarrant County - but for anyone interested in liberty and reducing the influence and reach of government. If you're for smaller tax bills, smaller government budgets, improved diplomacy and international trade, personal privacy and feel like the GOP and Democrats have let you down time and time again? Relax... there's a group just for you.... the Libertarians! Also, be sure to check out the Tarrant County Libertarian Party Website at: http://www.tarrantlp.org

Upcoming events (5+)

TCLP Debates: Capitalism or Socialism

TCLP Office

Tarrant County Libertarian and The Trinity River Lookout have agreed to debate one of the hottest topics in politics today. Should we pursue capitalist or socialist solutions to poverty and other issues? What is the role of the government in a free society? Who protects whom? Todd, from The Trinity River Lookout, will be representing the Liberation Socialist viewpoints. The Trinity River Lookout exists so that the working class has someone truly dedicated to watching out for them. As a Liberation socialist non-profit, news and talk show, they strive to be one hundred percent accurate. Luis Mises, friend of the Tarrant County Libertarian Party, has agreed to represent that Anarcho - Capitalist philosophy. Luis is a former TCLP board member, a successful entrepreneur and the founder of Emancipated Human. Suggested $10 donation. Pre pay on Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tclp-debates-capitalism-or-socialism-tickets-53891318384

TRWD’s Island of Doom:  The Panther Island Boondoggle

Join us on Saturday, Jan 26 from 2:00 – 4:00 to hear four speakers address growing concerns about the history and viability of Tarrant Regional Water District’s “Panther Island” project. With the project dragging out well over a decade with little to show; Nepotism running rampant; Eminent domain abuse; Astronomically increased budgets; Absence of promised federal funding; and increased flooding potential downstream – there’s no wonder that local news media outlets have begun to look more critically and closely at what appears to be a doomed $1 BILLION+ project. Many people saw at the beginning, that this project, ostensibly framed as a ‘flood control project’, was really a publicly funded real estate development – with the property provided by theft via eminent domain. Some of these people were Fort Worth City Council members; State Legislators; and even a TRWD Board Member! So many questions remained unanswered by the water district: Where was the funding really coming from – and why is the budget spiraling out of control? What land was going to be used – and how was the flooding going to be mitigated? What were the US Army Corps of Engineers original recommendations? Where would the leadership for such a massive project be found? Who really has oversight over this project? Well, these questions and more were asked (and answered) by the speakers you’ll hear at this event: Clyde Picht, Former Fort Worth City Council Member Lon Burnham, Former State Representative, District 90 (covering Downtown Fort Worth) Mary Kelleher, Former Tarrant Regional Water Board Trustee Layla Carraway, local activist – who made a documentary, “Up A Creek” about Panther Island (then called ‘Trinity Uptown’) Clips from “Up A Creek” will be shown throughout John Spivey, moderator Learn what happened, how it happened, and what we can do now. RSVP here

Liberty Brunch

Taste Community Restaurant

Come join the Tarrant County Libertarian Party for some great political discussion over brunch. This event takes place the 2nd Saturday of every month. Come at 11 to order food. Meeting starts at 11:30 am.

Liberty Brunch

Taste Community Restaurant

Come join the Tarrant County Libertarian Party for some great political discussion over brunch. This event takes place the 2nd Saturday of every month. Come at 11 to order food. Meeting starts at 11:30 am.

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Liberty Brunch

Taste Community Restaurant

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