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Friday, December 19, 2014

D.C. Libertarian Party Fails To Maintain Ballot Access

D.C. Libertarian Party Fails To Maintain Ballot Access

We may also pursue some other options not discussed on the WAMU site.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Holiday Party


Monday, December 15, 2014

John Vihstadt sworn in Wednesday

Vihstadt, a small "l" libertarian who was elected as an Independent, was just elected to a full term on the Arlington County board. (Pictured left with campaign manager Eric Brescia.)
In County Board Room 307. Don't forget to wear your purple! :-)

Can't make it? The swearing-in ceremony will be broadcast live on ATV (Arlington TV, Comcast 25 / Verizon 40); you can also watch the live stream online:

Friday, December 12, 2014

Bitcoin Happy Hour

  • The Saloon 1205 U St NW, Washington, D.C. 20009
    December 16
Come join our Bitcoin happy hour to support the education of refugees in Iraq's Kurdistan region.

Invite your friends, we hope to get humanitarians, techies and wonks all in the same room!

Bring your questions about Bitcoin--the world's first peer to peer currency-- and learn about TentEd's innovative rapid response methods on the ground in Iraq.

Thousands of school aged children have been dislocated in the region--fleeing the war in Syria and seeking refuge from the brutal tactics of the so called "islamic State."

Last summer, co founder Zack Bazzi and his friends raised and invested more than $17,000 in education at three Syrian refugee schools in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Hundreds of displaced children were directly impacted. TentEd, which is part of the Education for Peace in Iraq Center (EPIC), provided tailored support to students and teachers, ranging from stationary and books to uniforms and transport.

TentEd / EPIC are officially using the new payment system Bitcoin to accept donations on their website.

Come down to the Saloon and send TentEd off right!

Learn more about TentEd and EPIC at:

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Immigration Debate

More than 11 million immigrants are living without authorization in the United States. US high-tech companies say they could expand and innovate more if America increased high-skilled immigration, and low-wage employers are desperate for more low-skilled labor from overseas.
These are the problems comprehensive immigration reform aims to solve. But the proposed solutions have their own problems. Would a reform bill hurt working-class Americans? Should new immigrants have access to government benefits? Does President Obama have authority to act unilaterally on any of these issues?
We welcome you to join us at AEI for a lively debate on immigration reform, featuring Shikha Dalmia of the Reason Foundation and Reihan Salam of National Review.
If you are unable to attend, we welcome you to watch the event live on this page. Full video will be posted within 24 hours.
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5:45 PM
6:00 PM
Shikha Dalmia, Reason Foundation
Reihan Salam, National Review
Timothy P. Carney, AEI
7:00 PM
Adjournment and wine and cheese reception

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