Commentary by Brian Irving
Partisan gerrymandering is bad for democracy – whether done by a legislature dominated by one party or a court dominated by another party.
The state Supreme Court’s ruling that legislative maps are unconstitutional ignores the plain language of the state constitution to serve a political end. The Democratic justices dismissed the judgment of a bipartisan trial court panel, which twice dismissed the lawsuits, to create a new protected class – partisan voters.Read more
Travis Groo, WakeLP chair, is passionate about parents deciding the best method of education for their kids. "Every child learns differently, and at different paces," he writes in an article posted on FreeThePeople.org. "There is no one size fits all curriculum, unless I just haven’t discovered it yet (if you find it, please do send it my way).
"One thing I do know for certain though is that I do not want the state dictating how, when, and where my kids learn. Perhaps some of you feel the same?"
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The Libertarian Party of Rockingham County has adopted a highway!
One of our founding principles and a primary reason that we exist is to improve our home community. Caring for our natural environment is one way that we can protect our small section of this planet for future generations.
Volunteerism is a basic expression of human relationships. It is about people's need to participate in their societies and to feel that they matter to others.
RALEIGH (Dec. 28) – The Libertarian Party will conduct the first-ever independent review of the state’s election system software. State Chair Joseph Garcia invoked his authority under state law in a Dec. 21 letter to the State Board of Elections requesting to review and examine all source code for an electronic voting system made by vendor Election Systems & Software.
ES&S has systems in use in 93 North Carolina counties.
“This is not about litigating the 2020 election,” Garcia emphasized. “It’s about election system security. Cybersecurity experts worldwide have warned of the vulnerabilities and inconsistencies of electronic voting machines. Voter confidence in those systems has been steadily eroding. These systems must be evaluated independently and tested regularly,” he said.
Garcia appointed Dr. Duncan Buell, recently retired from the University of South Carolina Department of Computer Science and Engineering, as project lead for the code review team. Dr. Buell is also a former election official for Richland County, S.C.Read more