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dA-Libertarians is, naturally, a group for Libertarian Artists.

We are a worldwide group as is the Libertarian movement. A Libertarian Party can be found in most countries throughout the world these days.

So what is a Libertarian? And how do you know if you're one?

Well, there are several ways to find out!

· Here's the definition: Lib·er·tar·i·an (adj) One who advocates maximum individual rights and minimizing the role of the state; One who believes in free will

If that sounds like you than you are probably a Libertarian even if you don't know it yet!

Still unsure? Here are three more ways to find out:

· You can take The World's Smallest Political Quiz here: www.theadvocates.org/quiz
· You can take the Nolan Chart Survey here:
www.nolanchart.com/survey-php
· You can take a look at the Libertarian Party Preamble here:
www.lp.org/platform

dA-Libertarians exists to allow us as artists to express our beliefs, ideas, and vision about America the way that we do best - artistically!
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What Is A Social Justice Warrior (SJW)?
(My thoughts on the matter shall be in bold / parens)
Social justice warriors believe in an extreme left-wing ideology that combines feminism, progressivism, and political correctness into a totalitarian system that attempts to censor speech and promote fringe lifestyles while actively discriminating against men, particularly white men. They are the internet activist arm of Western progressivism that acts as a vigilante group to ensure compliance and homogeny of far left thought.
The true definition of SJW is up for debate, but most generally it has become a catch-all term that describes feminists and liberals who actively try to solve the perceived social injustices of modern society by organizing in online communities to disseminate propaganda, censor speech, and punish individuals by getting them terminated from their employment. They have also been successful at positioning themselves in the upper echelons of universities, media organizations, and tech companies.
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Climate Change: obama and CO2 Don't Mix.
It is quite simple, really: Anyone who thinks the US destroying its' economy and the futures of everyone who lives there, by shutting down all CO2-producing industry and power sources for a .02-degree difference in temperatures by 2100- and that is ASSuming  that the badly flawed IPCC models were even close to correct - is probably living in Pennsylvania Dutch Country's Fantasyland.
Message to the President: data shows ‘CO2 Reduction is Futile’
Posted on July 4, 2014 by Guest Blogger
The record of recent Man-made CO2 emissions: 1965 -2013 shows that China and th
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Climate change - US Temp trend last 10 years
NOAA shows ‘the pause’ in the U.S. surface temperature record over nearly a decade
Posted on June 7, 2014 by Anthony Watts
After years of waiting, NOAA has finally made a monthly dataset on the U.S. Climate Reference Network available in a user friendly way via their recent web page upgrades. This data is from state-of-the-art ultra-reliable triple redundant weather stations placed on pristine environments. As a result, these temperature data need none of the adjustments that plague the older surface temperature networks, such as USHCN
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The myth of the 97% climate change consensus
What is the origin of the false belief – constantly repeated by President Obama, the media and others – that almost all scientists agree about global warming?

Claims continue to be made that “97% of scientists agree that climate change is real, man-made and dangerous.” That’s what Secretary of State John Kerry told graduating Boston College students. It’s what President Obama said in his State of the Union address and a recent tweet.
There’s just one problem – aside from the fact that this assertion is being used to help justify policies and regulations that are closing down fossil fuel power plants and crippling our economy. The claim is completely bogus. As Heartland Institute president Joe Bast and climate scientist Roy Spencer make clear in this article, the papers used to create and perpetuate the 97% claim are seriously and fundamentally flawed. The alleged consensus simply does not exist; much less does it represent anyth
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Response to US Climate Change Assessment
Scientists Respond to the Obama Administration’s 2014 National Climate Assessment
Posted on May 19, 2014 by Anthony Watts

The National Climate Assessment - 2014 (NCA) is a masterpiece of marketing that shows for the first time the full capabilities of the Obama Administration to spin a scientific topic as they see fit, without regard to the underlying facts. With hundreds
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IPCC Alarmism VS Peer-Reviewed, Observed Research
Will Global Warming Dry Out the Earth?
by Marlo Lewis on April 1, 2014
NOTE: This article contains links to 10 peer-reviewed papers which indicate the drought situation is not what we are being told by the media.
A new climate study, “Global warming and 21st century drought,” is making waves through the blogosphere. It’s the latest in “worse than we thought” gloom and doom narratives. Authors Benjamin I. Cook and colleagues at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory find that warming will not only decrease precipitation in dry regions but also increase evaporation from soils, causing more drought than previously predicted.
So although the IPCC Working Group I report concluded that, in the 21st century, Atlantic Ocean circulation collapse is “very unlikely,” ice sheet collapse is “exceptionally unlikely,” and catastrophic release of methane from melting permafrost is “very unlikely,” we’re still on eve of des
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In the United States, the perception is that presidential races are basically punching matches fought between candidates from the two major parties, (R) and (D), and any third party candidate is seen as someone who's wanting to get a little attention. However, if a person looks at the past hundred-odd years of elections in the United States, that's been far from the truth: Third-party candidates of prominence have been much more than the odd hiccup here and there. For better or for worse, the elections of 1912, 1920, 1924, 1948, 1968, 1980, 1992, 1996, and 2000 would not be what they were, had it not been for the influence of a third (or even a fourth) candidate on the stage.

The American presidential election of 2016 marked an interesting point in Libertarian politics. Though Gary Johnson did not win the country's vote, there were 4.5 million voters who did vote for him and his running mate William Weld. Having the Libertarian party on the ballot in every state went a long ways toward boosting those numbers. Otherwise, voters would have to do a write-in, which is not always easy.

Now, ahead of the 2020 presidential campaigns, it is a fight to regain the Libertarian party's inclusion on the ballot in a number of states. At present, seventeen states still have not granted the Libertarian party a spot on the ballot, including such states as Alabama, Pennsylvania, and Minnesota. The (R) party in the state legislature of Arkansas has even gone so far as to change the requirement of third party candidates to gather 10,000 signatures and require them to gather almost triple that number (26,746). Needless to say, this prompted a lawsuit ( arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/201… ).

We shall see how the Libertarian party moves forward as 2020 looms ever closer, and I will work to keep a list tracking states that have (:bulletgreen:) or don't have (:bulletred:) Libertarian party ballot access secured.

Alabama :bulletred:
Alaska :bulletred:
Arizona :bulletgreen:
Arkansas :bulletred:
California :bulletgreen:
Colorado :bulletgreen:
Connecticut :bulletgreen:
Delaware :bulletgreen:
Florida :bulletgreen:
Georgia :bulletgreen:
Hawaii :bulletgreen:
Idaho :bulletgreen:
Illinois :bulletred:
Indiana :bulletgreen:
Iowa :bulletred:
Kansas :bulletgreen:
Kentucky :bulletgreen:
Louisiana :bulletgreen:
Maine :bulletred:
Maryland :bulletred:
Massachusetts :bulletgreen:
Michigan :bulletgreen:
Minnesota :bulletred:
Mississippi :bulletgreen:
Missouri :bulletgreen:
Montana :bulletgreen:
Nebraska :bulletgreen:
Nevada :bulletgreen:
New Hampshire :bulletred:
New Jersey :bulletred:
New Mexico :bulletgreen:
New York :bulletgreen:
North Carolina :bulletgreen:
North Dakota :bulletred:
Ohio :bulletgreen:
Oklahoma :bulletgreen:
Oregon :bulletgreen:
Pennsylvania :bulletred:
Rhode Island :bulletred:
South Carolina :bulletgreen:
South Dakota :bulletgreen:
Tennessee :bulletred:
Texas :bulletgreen:
Utah :bulletgreen:
Vermont :bulletgreen:
Virginia :bulletred:
Washington :bulletred:
Washington, D.C. :bulletgreen:
West Virginia :bulletgreen:
Wisconsin :bulletred:
Wyoming :bulletgreen:

Feel free to comment if you have an update from your state!
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flipswitchWANDERING Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2019
Define libertarian nationalist, for fun of course.

Is this a real concept or paradoxical?
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ZenEinKodama Featured By Owner Edited Jan 28, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I edited and allowed comments on Rigged Election 2016. Does it now pass muster for admission to the group?
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AtelierArauner Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I read in a book "Most of the peoples are libertarian, but they don't know it" :D
Can someone please explain the difference between liberals and libertarian?
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CrimsonMonsoon Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2016   Digital Artist
Is this group still active? c:
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ZenEinKodama Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I tried to submit Sick of Extremism but it didn't work. What gives? :/
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