The Libertarian Party Of Douglas County is a county affiliate of the Libertarian Party of Colorado.
Come join us on the first Thursday of every month at Fox and Hound in Lone Tree at 6pm. We have a different speaker at each meeting. Bring your non-Libertarians friend and ask us anything! Contact: Wayne Harlos · firstname.lastname@example.org · 303.229.3435.
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A. Uphold the Statement of Principles of the National Libertarian Party and the non-aggression principle as the philosophy upon which the Libertarian Party is founded, by which it shall be sustained, and through which liberty shall prevail;
B. Promote and grow the membership and political influence of the Libertarian Party through electoral and educational activities, neither of which are placed in primacy over the other;
C. Promote the election of Libertarian Party candidates and to move public policy in a Libertarian direction;
D. Promote the passage of ballot initiatives, ordinances, or other measures that respect the precepts of Libertarianism;
E. Oppose the passage of ballot initiatives, ordinances, or other measures that violate the precepts of Libertarianism;
F. To provide an environment in which members will be able to grow in their ability to understand, express, and lead others to Libertarian ideals.
The Statement of Principles:
We, the members of the Libertarian Party, challenge the cult of the omnipotent state and defend the rights of the individual.
We hold that all individuals have the right to exercise sole dominion over their own lives, and have the right to live in whatever manner they choose, so long as they do not forcibly interfere with the equal right of others to live in whatever manner they choose.
Governments throughout history have regularly operated on the opposite principle, that the State has the right to dispose of the lives of individuals and the fruits of their labor. Even within the United States, all political parties other than our own grant to government the right to regulate the lives of individuals and seize the fruits of their labor without their consent.
We, on the contrary, deny the right of any government to do these things, and hold that where governments exist, they must not violate the rights of any individual: namely, (1) the right to life — accordingly we support the prohibition of the initiation of physical force against others; (2) the right to liberty of speech and action — accordingly we oppose all attempts by government to abridge the freedom of speech and press, as well as government censorship in any form; and (3) the right to property — accordingly we oppose all government interference with private property, such as confiscation, nationalization, and eminent domain, and support the prohibition of robbery, trespass, fraud, and misrepresentation.
Since governments, when instituted, must not violate individual rights, we oppose all interference by government in the areas of voluntary and contractual relations among individuals. People should not be forced to sacrifice their lives and property for the benefit of others. They should be left free by government to deal with one another as free traders; and the resultant economic system, the only one compatible with the protection of individual rights, is the free market.