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Jeremy Lizzotte

Helping through voluntarism

One of the tenets of libertarianism is voluntarism. Another one is localization. Here we are, trying to utilize both. I am the Central Region Representative of the Librarian Party of Maine and I had this idea to help fundraise for

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Jeremy Lizzotte

Neighborhood Lemonade Stand

Imagine a neighborhood lemonade stand ran by two little kids on the front lawn of one of their homes. Each morning the children wake up and begin working to make their fresh-squeezed, ice-cold, lemonade. They use only the finest lemons,

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Jeremy Lizzotte

If I were governor

What would Maine’s crisis response look like had I had been inaugurated Governor of Maine on January 2nd, 2019, rather than Janet Mills? Originally published in April of 2020 While it is easy to sit on the sidelines and pontificate

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Jeremy Lizzotte

Food Pantries

We know that volunteerism works, we have many examples of volunteer programs from children’s activities (sport, scouts, 4H) to fire departments.  One of the best examples of how volunteerism works better, with NO taxpayer funds, are food pantries. Food pantries exist because the

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Tyler Rowe

Let’s talk about drugs (and race) …

by Tyler Rowe If that wasn’t provocative enough for you, let’s take a trip down memory lane looking at drug policy, including racially motivated drug policy, in the United States. In the early 20th century, cannabis was one of the

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Rebbecca Tuck

Rebecca Tuck: “Time to Level Up”

My journey to the Libertarian Party has been anything but direct, but that’s a story for another day. It was my experience this past year that led me to this point, and to my new position as the Cumberland County

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