Prisoners and Foreigners

Prisoners and Foreigners

Some folks are legally unable to vote in America’s elections, but we still care about you. You might be Russian, Chinese, Iranian, Venezuelan… perceive yourself to be an enemy of the United States. Your country may even be at war with the United States. You might be an undocumented immigrant afraid to be identified and maybe deported. You might be a convicted felon whose civil rights are restricted. You might simply be an ordinary American who has become disillusioned with our elections and decided not to bother to vote.

Our goal is to make the entire world free, peaceful, safe from wars, encourage free and fair trade, fair taxes. We think that’s what everyone wants, and so we think that the more people we can enable to express their views, aspirations, fears and contribute their ideas and their money, time and encourage everyone they know to do the same- we will be a big success, and everyone will benefit.

 

 

Party

Party Preference Most Americans should choose "Democrat" or "Republican", since nearly 90% of Americans predictably vote along party lines. Although most people like to think of themselves as "Independent", when asked "Which party do you USUALLY vote with?" they will...

Liberty Blog

These will often have to to with big Constitutional arguments- those having to do with guns, abortion, drugs, religion, education, sexuality, marriage, taxes, race, class, prisons, executions.... the "Liberty" issues are the ones most hotly debated during the...

Welfare Blog

“…promote the general Welfare”. That can be interpreted to include many services to the people the government can provide-  some object that the “welfare” which actually becomes reality seems often to disproportionately benefit the wealthy (i.e.”corporate welfare”,...

Defense Blog

In this forum we’ll discuss the role of the military, what are appropriate circumstances for going to war, intimidation of other nations, how much transparency is required, who gets to decide...

Tranquility Blog

People dislike chaos, being in constant danger- so they seek peacefulness and safety in everyday life. But sometimes this quest for “law and order” comes with a price- police brutality, suspension of civil rights, oppressive prohibitions, overtaxation, loss of...

Justice Blog

The Constitution gives the federal government the power to "establish justice", and that includes protection of private property rights, the safety of The People, civil rights, due process, etc. The Founders built our legal system on top of the British system- which...

Union Blog

Here we'll discuss State's Rights, Divisive Politics, Separation of Powers, Tolerance of Differences, Secession, Federal Lands, etc- issues having to do with the Founders' concerns to make America a Unified Nation- with people loyal to the Nation.

Welfare Blog

The New Libertarians The New Libertarians is a grass roots effort to reform American politics standing on the foundation idea that the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights provide the remedy. Both can be read by the average American in less than one hour. They're...

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