The annual convention of the Libertarian Party of Rhode Island will be held on Saturday, May 5. Do you have your tickets yet?
Now, after decades of free-range government confiscation to the tune of $17M of private property, Rhode Island’s civil forfeiture laws are targeted for overhaul. Senate hearing this week.
It’s Easter at the State House. The Bump Stock Ban and “Red Flag” bills were miraculously resurrected tonight and now head for a full House vote on Thursday. Yes, the day after tomorrow. Call your State Representative tomorrow and Thursday and tell him or her to vote against infringing on your right to due process.
How can journalism maintain its editorial and reporting integrity if the wall between news maker and news reporter is not only breached, but ripped down?
Welcome to 2018! Mid-term elections are on the horizon (if you can see over the snow drifts), and locally, we foresee hard-fought battles for seats in general offices and general assembly. Fasten your seat belts – it’s a Rhode Island election year!
We, the members of the Libertarian Party, challenge the cult of the omnipotent state and defend the rights of the individual.
In a fun recap of a productive year and to launch of the 2018 election season, the Libertarian Party of Rhode Island invites members and the public to Lanes for Liberty at Breaktime Bowl and Bar.
With truly pressing issues facing Rhode Island, it is irresponsible to mortgage this state’s future for a baseball stadium.
LPRI Chairman Pat Ford testifies before the RI State Senate in opposition to taxpayer funding of the proposed stadium for the Pawtucket Red Sox. Learn more at: www.lpri.us/pawsox
Big day today. The first of a series of hearings before the RI State Senate Finance Committee about using $38 million dollars in taxpayer financing for a new Pawtucket Red Sox stadium.