Category Archives: Politics

Top 40 Most Popular Libertarian Websites

Have you ever wondered which libertarian websites are the most popular? I did.  So, I set out to compile a list. But I didn’t want to create a list based on my opinion. Instead, I wanted an objective, scientific analysis … Continue reading

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Call to Action! SB0063 and HB0762

Two very important bills have been introduced in the Illinois Senate and House: 1) SB0063 – This Senate bill changes signature requirements for all political parties to place candidates on ballot. Sponsored by Sen. Kyle McCarter. 2) HB0762 – This … Continue reading

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Claire Ball for College of DuPage Trustee

While the DuPage Libertarians plot out our event calendar for 2015, we’ve been supporting our candidate for the College of DuPage board of trustees, Libertarian accountant Claire Ball. Perhaps you’ve heard about what has been going on with the board … Continue reading

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Not Slowing Down – DuPage Libertarians On Fire in 2015

You know with a loaded headline like that, we couldn’t possibly let you down. In my last blog, I talked about all of our achievements in 2014, of which I am very proud of. This group has always been primed … Continue reading

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Here Is a List of All the Referendums On Every Ballot In DuPage County and its Towns for 2014

Below list of the propositions on the ballot for Illinois as well as all the towns residing in DuPage County. We’ve included our basic thoughts on each of these, but of course, each vote is ultimately up to the voter … Continue reading

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