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Oily Commissioner Gets Last Seat

It looks like the fracking waste water well is a done deal. Pete Ricketts appointed the last commissioner for the hearing, who happens to own oilfields. The rules for the hearing state that only people who live within a half mile of the well can comment…so basically no one.

Star Heralds Story

Sheriff Overman works on his political posturing

You can pretty much find counter points to every link posted in this article, some of them are even located in the stories they used. Just be smart and do your own research.

Star Heralds Story

2014 Nebraska General Election Results

Please check out the 2014 Candidates page to see how everyone running as Libertarian did.

New Candidate added for 2014 election!

Somehow we overlooked John Sterup run for Johnson County Treasurer. I am glad to say we now have him listed and we look forward to seeing him on the ballot for those in Johnson County, Nebraska.

Lawmakers Consider Preventing ALL Marriage In Oklahoma

This Oklahoma lawmaker thinks that instead of the government being involved in the marriages of everybody to make it fair… maybe they should be involved in no ones marriage and “divorce” marriage from the state.


State lawmakers are considering throwing out marriage in Oklahoma.

The idea stems from a bill filed by Rep. Mike Turner (R-Edmond). Turner says it’s an attempt to keep same-sex marriage illegal in Oklahoma while satisfying the U.S. Constitution. Critics are calling it a political stunt while supporters say it’s what Oklahomans want.

“[My constituents are] willing to have that discussion about whether marriage needs to be regulated by the state at all,” Turner said.

Other conservative lawmakers feel the same way, according to Turner.

“Would it be realistic for the State of Oklahoma to say, ‘We’re not going to do marriage period,'” asked News 9’s Michael Konopasek.

“That would definitely be a realistic opportunity, and it’s something that would be part of the discussion,” Turner answered.

Such a discussion will be made possible by a current shell bill — something that can be changed at almost any time to react to upcoming rulings on Oklahoma’s same-sex marriage ban.

“I think that, especially with issues like this, [these lawmakers are] out of touch with most Oklahomans,” said Ryan Kiesel, ACLU Oklahoma executive detector.

Kiesel says prohibiting all marriage is new territory. In fact, the ACLU was unable to find an example of where a state has ever tried to ban all marriage. Kiesel believes the entire idea just boils down to politics.

“Moving forward I think we’ll see less efforts like this,” Kiesel said.

Turner admits his idea makes a lot of people uncomfortable. He also says, “I accept that.” Turner plans to wait until the federal appeals process plays out. The fight over Oklahoma’s ban on same-sex marriage will now head to the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver


For those of you who enjoy the Dr. more than politics

Close Your Eyes

Now, you too can learn how to run/ruin the economy

I think this game is the training simulator our government uses for Federal Reserve chairs.

Libertarian activist and 2012 candidate Hardy Macia passed away May 13, 2013

Five days after releasing this video from his hospital bed Hardy Macia passed away from Hodgkin’s lymphoma. See this and understand their are reasons (at the very least) for medical marijuana and also for why those that are ill (again, at the very least) should be allowed to grow it at home since many are unable to afford purchasing it at a dispensary.

Liberty decreases as security increases.

A very concerning trend reported on by Fox News

NSA data center front and center in debate over liberty, security and privacy.
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Prison America…A maximum security institution.