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    Today, 06:14 PM
    http://swarnabharat.in/Documents/SBP-manifesto-draft.pdf
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    Today, 06:12 PM
    http://swarnabharat.in/ An unpleasant truth stares at us today: the absence of freedom and opportunity in India, and our injustice, lack of security, and high levels of crime and corruption. Life itself is not secure and it is virtually impossible to run a business without constantly bribing someone or another. India is by all international benchmarks almost a banana republic. All political parties have failed to defend our liberties. This must change. If Swarna Bharat Party is elected to power, we will make India a land of freedom and opportunity greater than the West has ever seen. We will create an India to which the best people from all over the world make a beeline to live and work, and our best people find it worthwhile to stay back and raise their families. Most system changes can be implemented within three years. All that is needed is a country that is ready for change. Swarna Bharat Party came into existence on 1 June 2013. On that day, and over the next few weeks, over 100 registered voters from across India lodged affidavits confirming their membership of the party. "Swarna" stands for Golden. It harks back to India being a Sone Ki Chidiya (a golden bird) - the wealthiest among all nations. India was the wealthiest part of the world (the idea of nation did not exist then) for most of the past 20 centuries. But Swarna is also an idea for the future - to make India the wealthiest nation, again.
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    Today, 03:56 PM
    http://www.democraticfreedomcaucus.org/ Principles of the DFCDownload the DFC Principles in bronchure-sized PDF format. Easy to print, easy to share. Purpose: The Democratic Freedom Caucus (DFC) is a progressive, pro-freedom caucus in the Democratic Party. The purpose of the DFC is to promote individual liberty, constitutional democracy, and social responsibility. Activities of the DFC include electoral campaigns, legislative advocacy, and education of the public. Principles: A) Personal Liberty Freedom of speech, press, religion, belief, philosophy, lifestyle, and political activity shall not be infringed. Individuals should have the freedom to engage in any activity that does not violate others’ freedom. Liberty also includes the right to legitimate self-defense. B) Economic Liberty 1) Property rights based on justice. There are two forms of property:
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    Today, 03:53 PM
    http://bluedogdems.ngpvanhost.com/content/about The Blue Dog Coalition was created in 1995 to represent the commonsense middle of the Democratic Party. Blue Dogs advocate for mainstream American values, a commitment to fiscal responsibility, and a strong national defense. The name “Blue Dog” originates from the long-time tradition of referring to a strong Democratic Party supporter as being a “Yellow Dog Democrat,” who would, “vote for a yellow dog if it was listed on the ballot as a Democrat.” Leading up to the 1994 election the founding members of the Blue Dogs felt that they had been “choked blue” by the extremes of both political parties. Currently, the Blue Dog Coalition is comprised of 15 moderate members who represent every corner of the country and continue to work to end the divisive and toxic nature of politics today. They work with members of both parties to find areas of compromise and to advance public policies that benefit the entire nation. The Blue Dogs also have a number of policy task forces focused on the important issues facing our nation today, including: small business development, federal oversight and regulatory review, and energy independence. Blue Dogs are not beholden to any political party leadership, but rather the constituents they represent.
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    Yesterday, 08:41 PM
    HitoKichi replied to a thread Hoppe Caucus? in Grassroots Central
    Yes
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    Yesterday, 08:34 PM
    HitoKichi replied to a thread Hoppe Caucus? in Grassroots Central
    I'm saying that they have​ caucuses. Those two obviously aren't the same thing.
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    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
    HitoKichi replied to a thread Hoppe Caucus? in Grassroots Central
    https://www.facebook.com/Libertarian-Party-Radical-Caucus-1521914624776626/ its a thing
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    Yesterday, 06:28 PM
    Look at what I found guys. https://www.facebook.com/physicalremoval/
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    02-21-2017, 08:41 PM
    I heard from my dad that when he was growing up in South Mumbai my grandma used to cook the best stingray. Wonder what they taste like
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    02-21-2017, 11:00 AM
    I was until the last book came out
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    02-20-2017, 07:23 PM
    7 Things Harry Potter can teach us about libertarianismBy Gina Luttrell on July 18, 2011 in Theory 22 If you had come to my apartment looking for me around midnight this past Friday, I would not have been there. I was, like millions of other fans, sitting in a theater chair, eyes glued to the last new Harry Potter movie I would ever see. It was crazy, it was emotional. It was one hell of a ride. Though Harry Potter is not something that actively informs my libertarianism, I do see a lot of libertarian themes in the books and movies. #1 Government is ineffectiveIn Prisoner of Azkaban, the government takes a crack down on Harry’s life because they think there’s a mass murderer after him. Just how effective is Fudge in keeping this thirteen-year-old boy in the home where he’s safe? If Sirius black had been any sort of real threat, Harry Potter would have been dead. When Voldemort returns, Fudge’s reign is riddled with one crucial mistake after another — and that is even after he admits that Voldemort is alive. #2 Government is cruelAnd who replaces Fudge as minister? One known as Rufus Scrimgeour, who makes George W. Bush’s policies on torture, habeas corpus, and illegal imprisonment look humane. He seizes a will and its contents against the law and threatens violence against a 17-year-old if he doesn’t comply with his wishes. Not to mention all the people sent to a prison (where they also torture you) without trial. #3 One person can make a differenceIf Harry Potter had been meant as a statist’s wet dream, Harry would have been a government agent, trained and working for the Ministry of Magic. We would have heard the successes of the Ministry, instead of its failures all throughout the book. Instead, we get the understanding that one person, or a group of highly motivated people, can make all the difference in the world. We see Harry, Ron, Hermione coming to face with horrible decisions that will effect not just them but their whole society. We see them make those decisions, and they do the right thing. They overcome adversity as individuals and as a voluntary group, and they change everything. #4 Civil Society can alleviate sufferingNo amount of government prodding, sanctions, taxing, or force could have kept the Dursleys from locking Harry in his room, starving him, or abusing him. The only real solution was for Harry to get out of the home. Yet there is no magical orphanage for young witches and wizards. Harry is taken out of the Dursleys’ every summer by members in his community — the Weasley family. Even though they are dirt poor and have little room for him, these kind souls take this Harry in every summer to get him away from his abusive caretakers. This crucial kind act is a part of civil society — namely, people organizing to help other people. Rowling shows how this is far superior to any option the government could have offered Harry.
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    02-19-2017, 11:21 AM
    That's just idiotic
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