Resources for Noncompliance

By Allison Ross and Ned Kelley  Eighteen months into COVID-19 hysteria, the LPKS continues to uphold our position of noncompliance with mandated virus restrictions. While we believe in the right of individuals to obey or deny official policy as they …

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Poetry Corner

This week’s contribution is an original poem by Jeff Stewart in Kansas City, KS. Thanks for sharing your talent for words with us, Jeff!  I Hate Roads by Jeff Stewart   In the early morning hours; One quarter to May; …

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Want to Run for Office?

Three Kinds of LP Candidates by Matt Clark, LPKS Candidate Recruitment What kind of candidate for office are you? Be a Choice Candidate.  Too many elections in Kansas are uncontested elections. Too many contested elections only have duopoly candidates as …

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What Do Libertarians Read?

How do libertarians become libertarians? For some, it’s a compelling speaker at convention or on a podcast. Others are drawn to the principles their friends choose to live by, absorbed through meaningful conversation. And for many of us, there’s reading …

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New Faces of LPKS

Though libertarians believe strongly in self-government – and some, in no formal government at all – the Libertarian Party structures its leadership based on a classic model that parallels other hierarchical organizations. As such, the LPKS requires occasional voting to …

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LPKS Supports Marijuana

Kansas Libertarians are thrilled with the potential of medical cannabis bill SB158. While there is still a long way to go to achieve true freedom, the growing momentum towards a national/federal acceptance shows promise.  LPKS Political Director Matt Clark says, …

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