Alex Merced’s 2016 Efforts and Future Plans in the Libertarian Party

It’s been almost one month since the U.S. elections concluded, but that doesn’t mean everyone has stopped putting in efforts towards the future of politics.  Always mindful, Alex Merced is planning a run for Federal office in 2020.  He still continues his podcasts and live streams on Facebook so that he can engage with, and express his views to the public. There were various aspects of Alex’s 2016 campaign.  He traveled across NY state during the election season, making speeches, connecting with people, obtaining interviews, broadcasting messages of liberty from…

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Its not too late to vote

Voting for the 2016 Presidential Election has certainly closed, the ballots counted and the winner declared.  But that doesn’t mean we cannot vote in other ways moving forward.  One of the greatest benefits of living in the United States is that not only do we have the ability to vote for our Presidents, Senators, and Representatives etc.  We also have the ability to vote on nearly everything else.  We do this by voting with our feet and with our wallets. If there is one thing that all businesses care about, its their…

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Enough is Enough!

Enough is Enough!   There is a reason everyone should consider voting Gary Johnson and Bill Weld this election year. The reason is that many are sick and tired of hearing the same political arguments year after year. We have to look to some type of change in Washington to break up the Trillion dollar, two party election monopoly.  Is it now time for a major shakeup in Washington that will send a chill up every elected official’s spine? What about two former governors? Gary Johnson and Bill Weld did…

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Are Libertarians All Just Blindly Trustful Of Others?

Early this past January, I was hanging out with a few fellow high school alums at this cafeteria place in the West Village, not far away from where we all had just had a reunion for a club we had each been in back in the day. This club, known as Junior Statesman of America (or for short, JSA) was a model Congress of sorts where we’d have weekly meetings in the biology room and debate a plethora of mock bills, and for which we’d go to three out-of-state conventions…

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