An excerpt from the Libertarian Party platform, 3.6: Representative Government: “We oppose laws that effectively exclude alternative candidates and parties, deny ballot access, gerrymander districts, or deny the voters their right to consider all legitimate alternatives. We advocate initiative, referendum, recall,
Pennsylvania is a key battleground state in this election. Thus, it comes as no surprise that there would be voter fraud detected. Recently, reports are coming from the Luzerne County section of Pennsylvania that voter machines are manifesting a glitch.
I have been bringing attention to the dire financial straits of Scranton, Pennsylvania for almost a year. My efforts have gotten coverage from many outlets. The next phase of addressing the issue of Scranton’s corruption and economic malaise has arrived. I
Last night, the vice presidential candidates for the Democratic and Republican parties squared off in a debate where Scranton was mentioned as an example of the failed economic policies of President Obama. Mike Pence, the Republican vice presidential nominee rebuffed Tim Kaine’s remarks about
If you live in a major American city, you are probably oblivious to what goes on in the more rural parts of the country. To young urban professionals, the idea that America is facing some sort of crisis is seemingly absurd.
Libertarians often seem a bit obsessive when they appear to hark on the importance of liberty and how disastrous it is for society when liberty dissolves. For Americans, the notion of the lost of liberty seems like a quaint idea.
Save Scranton, an organization located in Scranton, Pennsylvania, has decided to take on the local Scranton government and hit them where it hurts. The Scranton government is notorious for being a bastion of nepotism, malfeasance and corruption (here). It is