Many people have a a hard time understanding what it means to be Libertarian because the two-party system is so ingrained that we don't often consider anything else. Could you even consider a libertarian as a candidate? Could you even consider that you might have libertarian leanings? Try this test and see for yourself.
I believe that to understand the complexity of issues it will take more than just say the words reform, conservative, progressive, choice, and fair. There has to be substance behind the ideas. To understand what a candidate actually stands for, we should be demanding details far beyond the convenience of sound bites. As the campaign progresses, I will provide the details not only to issues, but I will also address platform issues. I do not believe it is possible for any candidate to have 100% agreement with a party's platform and I think it is the responsibility of the candidates to let the electorate know just where and to what extent one might differ. Issues that will soon be addressed with details.
I had the privilege of being invited to a forum concerning educational issues. For me, a great learning experience. More details will come under issues. Yes, I'm the one without any notes! (Is it better to speak knowing the topic or to speak from a script as some did?)
I will constantly update the file below with links to articles and appearances that concern this campaign. Please note that these links are embedded in a document and that I have no control over the content or the availability.