Libertarian Reviews South Carolina's Medical Marijuana Bills

Marijuana with Prescription

Comparison of S.212 and H.3128 (medical marijuana bills)

By Laird Minor of Greenville County

Meeting Postponed

Winter Weather

Due to the upcoming inclement weather, the South Carolina Libertarian Party Executive Committee meeting will be postponed from January 7, 2017 to Noon, January 14, 2017 at the Grecian Gardens in West Columbia.

Happy New Year

Happy New Year 2017

We cannot say that 2016 was uneventful for our Party. Whereas the Presidential Election results gave several states the percentages needed to obtain ballot access for future elections, the South Carolina Libertarian Party had a few down-ballot candidacies.

South Carolina Libertarians Make Selections

Not Left, Not Right, Libertarian

South Carolina Libertarians Make Selections

On May 7, 2016, the South Carolina Libertarian Party held their Nomination Convention and nominated the following:

Federal offices:

Bill Bledsoe for US Senate
Michael Grier Jr. for US House of Representatives District 1
Rich Piotrowski for US House of Representatives District 6

State offices:

Ron Paul Told His Supporters To Forget About the Republicans and Democrats

Ron Paul

Rand did so well during his campaign on defending civil liberties and on not going to war so carelessly. No one else came close! Libertarians should, however, beware the pretenders who remain in the race that are trying to get your vote. What should libertarians do now?

Click here to find out

Export-Import Bank

Import Export Bank

Press Release

Politics Behind the Scenes

Historic Opportunity

Subject: Historic Opportunity by John Dalen
Are people actually resigning themselves to six more years of Lindsey? Really? Eric Cantor's recent defeat in Virginia by a Tea Party candidate who was opposed by the Republican leadership shows that the Republican Party no longer represents the interests of conservatives! The establishment Republicans opposed this free market, limited government, liberty-leaning challenger. So why limit ourselves to establishment candidates who clearly do not defend our principles of individual rights and leaner, more responsive government?

Supreme Court Press Release

PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
From the South Carolina Libertarian Party
April 25, 2014 “Was the Supreme Court Decision a Loss? No Candidates cannot be removed.”

Supreme Court Supports illegal acts by State Election Commission

South Carolina Libertarian Party, Petitioner. v. South Carolina State Election Commission and Marci Andino, in her official capacity as the Executive Director of the South Carolina State Election Commission, Respondents.
Oral arguments were heard in the South Carolina Supreme Court April 24th 10 am, Petitioner 15 minutes, Respondent 15 minutes and Petitioner 5 minutes to reply. There were about 30 people in the court room, Attorney General Lawyers and representatives, State Election commission, Senate and House staff representatives and 2 Libertarians.

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