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CLiPboard May, 1994

Volume XV Number 5

A Publication of the Colorado Libertarian Party Still Snubbed by Most Media


LP Gun Rights Rally Draws 1000+


by Richard G. Combs The Denver Libertarian Party's 2nd Annual Right to Bear Arms Rally drew over 1000 people, according to the Denver Police Department. The event, co-sponsored by the Firearms Coalition of Colorado and the Colorado State Shooting Association, began at 1 p.m. on Sunday, April 17, and continued for nearly three hours. "We're quite pleased," said rally organizer David Segal. "We tripled last year's turnout and matched the crowd at the recent Salt Lake City rally. It's still far short of the crowd they had in Tallahassee, but Florida has at least four times Colorado's population." The crowd was addressed by a plethora of speakers, including five members of the state legislature (Reps. Penn Pfiffner, Drew Clark, Michelle Lawrence, and Charles Duke, and Sen. Jim Roberts, all Republicans), two candidates for governor (Republican Dick Sargent and Democrat Frank Arteaga), and two Republican candidates for U.S. Rep. David Skaggs' 2nd district seat (Sharon Klusmann and the aforementioned Rep. Lawrence). State LP chair David Aitken presented the Burned by the Media

Turnout Good for Springs Hemp Rally At least 700-800 people attended the Pikes Peak Hemp Coalition's all-day rally on April 17 in downtown Colorado Springs. The event, co-sponsored by the El Paso County Libertarian Party, lasted from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. It featured several bands on a Cannabis Action Network tour and a variety of speakers, including several libertarians. Featured LP speaker Jeff Wright linked the hemp cause with the firearms freedom issue. He pointed out that the LP was sponsoring a rally in Denver that same day supporting the right to bear arms, and that this was an example of the LP' s continued on page 4

rally's featured speaker, attorney David Kopel, with the CLP's 1993 Friend of Liberty Award for his outstanding accomplishments in defense of firearms freedom. Kopel, head of the Independence Institute' s 2nd Amendment Project, vehemently denounced governments running amok and terrorizing their own citizens, but warned that "talk of the continued on page 4 In this issue: From and to the editor 2 Affiliates make news 3 Talk radio reviews, part two 5 Random notes 6 Libertarian directory 7 Calendar ofevents 8

The state convention, April 29 -May 1, will be covered in the June issue. Don't miss it!

Page2 CLiPboard May, 1994 CLiPboard A publication of the

Colorado Libertarian Party David Aitken, Chairman and Publisher Richard G. Combs, Publications Director and Editor Subscription is included with party membership (members by voter registration only must notify the CLP headquarters). For non­members, subscriptions are $6 per year. Make checks payable to and send all correspondence to: Colorado Libertarian Party 720 E. 18th Avenue #309 Denver, Colorado 80203 Editorial Policy: The Colorado Libertarian Party fully supports the First Amendment; however, since we do not wish to invite lawsuits, we will screen materials for libelous content. Otherwise, this publication will serve as an open forum for libertarian news and commentary. All remarks made in open meetings will be considered "on the record." Copyright © 1994 Colorado Libertarian Party. Opinions expressed in the CLiPboard are not necessarily the official positions of the Libertarian Party. Unless otherwise noted, reprinting of the material, with credit, is permitted. -­


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From the Editor by Richard G. Combs The week before the Right to Bear Arms Rally, talk radio star Ken Hamblin urged his audience not to attend. Like last year, only a few hundred people will attend, he said, and it will just be an embarrassment to the gun rights movement. It would be better if everyone just stayed home. He then went on to knock the LP as a useless, ineffectual organization. Well, we had our rally anyway, and, despite Ken, tripled last year's crowd. What if we double or triple our numbers again next time, Ken? Would that be enough so that you aren't embarrassed to attend? More to the point, Ken, you, of all people, should know that you don't let an opinion poll tell you what to stand for and you don't subject your freedom to a popular vote. Richard M. Nixon, RIP Most people will remember Dick Nixon for Watergate. Some will recall "the China card." Old fogey libertarians like me will always think of him as the unwitting father of the modern libertarian movement in general and the LP in particular. My first major foray into political activism was at the 1968 Republican convention in Miami. I tried to drum up support for Reagan among southern conservatives, arguing that Nixon was an unscrupulous pragmatist who was only paying lip service to the principles of individual liberty and limited government. It took a while for me to realize that most other conservative Republicans were only paymg hp service to these principles as well. In 1971, after watching conservative Republicans preside over the final repudiation of gold, the re-institution of wage and price controls, and the authoritarian crushing of dissent against imperialism, the fledgling libertarian movement decided it was time to give birth to a new political party. It would probably have happened eventually in any case, but we can thank Richard Nixon for making it happen when it did.

To the Editor: Thank you for publishing information on talk radio programs

around Denver. You may be interested to know that the Rush Limbaugh program can also be heard in its entirety an hour later (1 p.m. to 4 p.m.) on Greeley station KFKA-AM 1310 in many parts of the Denver area, as well as along the northern Front Range.

The Libertarian Party needs to pressure Congress to kill the proposed bills presently in committee in the House and Senate that would re-establish the Fairness Doctrine. The "Fairness in Broadcasting Act of 1993" is S-333 and HR-1985. These bills are nothing more than a blatant attempt at censorship, and would shut down many of the shows listed in Larry Hoffenberg's guide.

Terry Donze

Wheat Ridge


March, 1994 CLiPboard Page3


received no oppos1t10n to its efforts. Volunteers are still needed to pass out flyers at other courthouses. --Southern Colorado Libertarian Party -­ Party members in Colorado Springs sponsored an outreach booth and spoke to the crowd at a local hemp rally on April 17th (see story on page 1). A group called "Sons of Liberty," dedicated to "the re­establishment of constitutional government," held its first meeting on March 31st, and 100 people showed up. According to El Paso County libertarian activist Jeff Wright, Sons of Liberty has a lot in common with the Libertarian Party. He and other libertarians have been discussing the possibility ofjoint activities with the founders of the group. Paul Prentice and Jeff Wright presented and discussed libertarian ideas at a recent Pikes Peak Mensa meeting. They are actively looking for other groups that are interested in hearing the libertarian message.



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Page4 CLiPboard May, 1994 Arms Rally Draws 1000+ continued from page 1 cartridge box is irresponsible." He insisted that there were enough people in the crowd to "change the face of Colorado politics at the ballot box." Also featured were talk radio hosts Marty Nalitz (KNUS-AM 710) and Dr. Norm Resnick (KHNC-AM 1360), the obligatory history lesson by David Kopel (what "well­regulated militia" really means), and hard-hitting libertarian oratory by Len Jackson and Bob Glass that had the crowd cheering. The LP's three tables were busy all afternoon, generating a fistful of requests for more information and over $250 in sales and donations. The Election Commisssion table, arranged for by the LP, registered over 30 voters. Despite the size of the turnout and the many "name" politicians participating, most of the media ignored the event. KCNC-Channel 4 aired the story on TV, and the Rocky Mountain News ran a story. Both described the crowd as "hundreds," but otherwise provided fair coverage. The Denver Post and the other three network TV affiliates snubbed the event, despite pleas by cellular phone from the rally. Sister radio stations KBCO and KHIH briefly mentioned that "dozens" of gun rights supporters had attended the rally. Organizer Segal asked that anyone knowing of news coverage elsewhere send a clipping or, if broadcast, a brief description to the CLP office. --­ Someone in Police Chief Michaud's office took the rally very seriously, indeed. Several police cars were visible from the west steps of the Capitol, where the rally took place. Out of sight of the crowd, behind the Capitol, at least seven more "units," a SWAT team, and police dogs were kept at the ready throughout the rally. One officer told an inquiring LP member, "There's obviously no need for us to be here. I guess someone in the Chiefs office just over-reacted." The post-mortem assessments of the event identified several goals for improving the next one, including: 1. Make it shorter and snappier.

2. Improve the PR effort and the media coverage.

3. Significantly increase the turnout yet again.


Turn Someone into a Libertarian Easily! Know people you think could become libertarians if only it were presented to them properly? Call, or have them call, Sandra Johnson right away at 973-0594. Her next Seminar 1 starts on May 3. Seminar 1 is an Advocates for Self-Government program for introducing libertarian ideas to non-libertarians in five weekly Ph hour meetings. More than halfthe people who go through Seminar l become libertarians! The new Seminar 1 will meet on the five Tuesdays in May from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Denver West Office Park. Do someone you know a favor, and make that call! Hemp Rally Scored a Hit continued from page 1 consistent defense of the rights of the individual. He also urged support for Doug Bruce's Amendment 12, noting that failure to pass the measure would almost surely doom future hemp initiative efforts. The LP booth was well-visited, and distributed lots of literature, including a brochure Wright prepared especially for the event. More than 30 people asked for membership applications, and new campus contacts were identified at Colorado College and Pikes Peak Community College. Although the rally was one of the largest in Colorado Springs in recent years, it was completely ignored by the media. Afterward, Wright challenged the Gazette-Telegraph for its failure to report the event. He won an admission that t.iey had erred, and a promise to make it up in the future. They will give Wright a chance to respond on behalf of the LP when the other two parties air their views in the paper. Note to Bill and Hillary: ". .. the people ... have a right, an indisputable, unalienable, indefeasible, divine right to that most dreaded and envied kind of knowledge, I mean of the

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3964 South Mariposa, Englewood 761-2160 May 1994 CLiPboard Page5 Libertarian Guide to Talk Radio, Part 2 by Larry Hoffenberg Last month, we reviewed the major daytime (Mon.-Fri.) socio­political talk shows that can be heard in the Denver area. This month, we look at the evening offerings. We'll conclude next month with the shows for insomniacs. Drop me a line c/o the CLiPboard if you challenge ( or agree) with my assessments. The Gene Burns Program Any program which proudly proclaims that it is " ... made possible by a grant from the First Amendment to the United States Constitution" is must listening. Best known to radio audiences in the Northeast, Boston-based Burns is a card­carrying member of the LP, and he is not afraid to bring the libertarian perspective into discussions. Burns is well­informed on the issues and he prides himself in challenging callers to re-assess the foundations of their viewpoints. Showtime: 10:00 p.m.-1 :00 a.m. Station: KHOW 630 AM Origin: Nationally syndicated (tape delay) Rating: * * * * The Bob Heckler Show Relative newcomer Bob Heckler offers some of the most thought-and action-provoking discussions on the air today. Bob urges listeners to call their elected officials, and he often gives the home phone numbers of legislators over the air (from "The Pink Booklet"). Essentially a Constitutionalist with many libertarian leanings, Bob espouses self reliance, limited government, and free market solutions to problems. With a bit more polish and discipline, Bob will have a long and promising future in talk radio. State LP Chair David Aitken was well received as a guest last October, and again on one of Heckler's recent live "Town Hall Meeting" broadcasts (April CLiPboard, page 1). Heckler helped promote the Right to Bear Arms Rally, and had organizer David Segal on the show. Showtime: 7:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m. Station: KNUS 710 AM Origin: Denver based Rating: * * * • zv,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l',,,,,l',,,,,,,,,,.,,N.f'Nll<NV,N,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.11'NN,1',,,,,.,,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,n,N,N,,,,.,,,..,,,,,,.NV~,N',1',1',~ IMQNEY .Call,_writeor I i Email for your I


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The Marty Nalitz Show Marty follows Bob Heckler in the schedule and often follows the tone set by Bob. However, Marty's show is slower paced and less effective than Bob's. Marty enjoys bantering with his program engineer Layne more than with guests or callers. Marty is one of the few hosts to bring a religious perspective to mainstream talk radio. Showtime: 10:00 p.m. -midnight Station: KNUS 710 AM Origin: Denver based Rating: • * * The Michael Reagan Show The Gipper's son carries on the conservative Republican message with a standard but effective program. Mike has modeled his father very well, being an articulate and persuasive communicator in his own right. Showtime: 7:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m. Station: KTLK 760 AM Origin: Nationally syndicated Rating: * * * The Rick Roberts Show With all due respect to the competent Roberts, this show just isn't a match for the competition in this time slot. One of Roberts' problems is trying to build a cohesive audience when this show is preempted by Nuggets and/or Rockies games several times a week. Showtime: 8:00p.m. -midnight Station: KOA 850 AM Origin: Denver based Rating: • * 1/2 The Claudia. Lamb Show After half a year on the air, the insipid Ms. Lamb still doesn't have an act together. She talks a lot, but doesn' t say much of anything. If she wasn't a lead-in for The Gene Burns Program at 10:00, you wouldn't even know she was on the air. Showtime: 7:00p.m. -10:00 p.m. Station: KHOW 630 AM Origin: Denver based Rating:*

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Political Action Seminar Coming to Ft. Collins

"Political Action for Modern Freedom Fighters," a 2-day seminar for new and old activists will be held in Fort Collins on June 25 and 26. The seminar is being presented by the American Liberty Leadership and Organizing Workgroup (ALLOW). Joseph Knight, Director of ALLOW, will conduct the seminar, with the Nevada LP's Tamara Clark as special guest speaker. Friday evening, June 24, Knight will present a free program entitled "The Politics of Freedom -An Introductory Presentation of the Libertarian Party." This presentation is open to the general public as well as seminar participants. The seminar itself consists of three sessions. You must attend the first to attend the second. You must attend the first and second to attend the third. Topics covered include: Session 1: Saturday morning (9 a.m. -1 p.m.) Organizing: Group Management Communicating Ideas Organizing: Group Fundraising Outreach Activities Session 2: Saturday afternoon (2 p.m. -6 p.m.) Publicity and Media Relations Publishing Pamphlets and Newsletters Political Process Participation Lobbying Legislative Bodies Session 3: [iu!lday (9 a.m. -1 p.m.) Campaign Strategy Campaign Financ1ii.g Campaign Management Research Polling Advance registration fees are: Session 1 only -$50.00; Sessions 1 & 2 -$80.00; All three sessions -$98.00. Prices at the door will be higher.

Don't miss this opportunity to become a more effective activist! Send your check or money order, payable to the CLP, today! Note on your payment that it is for "ALLOW Seminar." Complete details will be mailed back to you. Payment must be received by June 5th. Help Needed at Upcoming Gun Shows David Segal has arranged for free tables for the LP at several Tanner gun shows in the metro area over the next few months. Now we need volunteers to staff them. Call Segal at 296-4059 to find out when there's one convenient to you, and sign up! Local LP Leaders to be on Radio Show Brandt Swanke and Kevin Wilkerson, chairs of the Jeffco and Boulder Libertarian Parties, respectively, will be guests on the John Loeffler show on Monday, May 2. The show airs from 5 to 7 p.m. on KRKS-FM 94.7 in the Denver area and KGFP­FM 100.7 in southern Colorado. Fourth of July Flyers Available David Aitken has colorful red, white, and blue generic LP flyers. They need a new address and phone. Call Aitken at 831-4334, or the CLP office at 837-9393 to find out more.

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Kudos to ...

+ Michelle Bethke, who has been working in the CLP office every Monday, processing information requests and phone messages, mailing out membership cards, and generally helping Membership Director David Bryant with his growing work load.

+ Patrick Lilly, who suggested CLP membership cards and n had them printed. They look great! If you joined or renewed recently, you should be getting your card ·soon, thanks to Michelle and Patrick.


• Michelle Bethke, again, for providing the CLP with some great new bumper stickers (see Curio Shop ad) that were hot sellers at the Right to Bear Arms rally, and for showing up at the rally with at least two dozen terrific-looking signs she'd made.

• David Segal, who organized the Right to Bear Arms rally, acted as master of ceremonies, and did an excellent job of promoting it on local radio.

• Jan Duncan and Larry Hoffenberg, for the great job they did staffing the extremely busy LP tables at the RBA rally.


+ Jeff Wright, whose tireless organizing efforts have created a surge of 15 or 20 new memberships in the Colorado Springs area recently. • Colette Wright, Mike McKinzie, Pat Lilly, and Alan (whose last name got lost somewhere in our hectic news room), for staffing the El Paso LP booth at the Pikes Peak Hemp Coalition rally April 17 in Colorado Springs. + Larry Hoffenberg, who had 2 letters printed in the Denver Post Business Section's Fax Forum--one on what to do with Stapleton, the other on the income tax.

+ Robert Seeber, who made the same venue with a letter about the income tax, and suggested voting for Libertarian candidates.

+ Clark Marley, whose letter appeared in the March 26 Rocky Mountain News. It criticized the media for focusing on the scandals and finger-pointing of the Repubs and Dems, while ignoring real alternatives like the LP.

+ Max Winkler, whose essay on electronic surveillance in parole, probation, and community corrections appeared in the April 11 Rocky Mountain News.

+ Marvin Segal, United We Stand America coordinator for the 1st congressional district, and David Aitken, CLP state chair, who testified against Senate Bill 187, an economic development bill, in front of the House Business Affairs and Labor committee. That there was opposition to it was enough to kill it, according to State Representative Penn pfiffner, a member of the committee.


Know someone (maybe you) who wrote a letter, manned a booth, made a speech, distributed literature, or got mentioned in print doing something for the cause? Tell us about it or send us the clipping. We'll do the rest.


May 1994 CLiPboard Page7 Colorado Libertarian Party Directory National Libertarian Party HQ (202) 543-1988 1528 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, Washington DC 20003 National Chair Steve Dasbach (219) 432-7145 4523 Morning Wind Pl., Ft. Wayne IN 46804 LNG Regional Representative James Dan (702) 626-1776 Box 10833, Reno NV 89510 New Member Info 1-800-682-1776 LP Nat'I Newsline 1-90o-4LiberT $1.95/minute (454-2378) Election results, Congress Watch, LP news Colorado Libertarian Party State LP Office (303) 837 -9393 720 E. 18th Ave. #309, Denver CO 80203 State Chair David Aitken (303) 831-4334 1240 Ogden #4, Denver CO 80218 Campaigns Director Chris Bogart (303) 449-6327 1707 22nd Street #101, Boulder CO 80302

Fundraising Director Ray Hambric (303) 740-7568 10976 E. Crestline Place, Englewood CO 80111 Publications Director Richard Combs (303) 871-8824 1382 S. Lincoln St., Denver CO 80210-2209 Public Relations Director Dale Doelling (303) 241-7869 P.O. Box 60143, Grand Junction CO 81506 Treasurer Cooper Jager (303)444-7937 2888 Buff St., #247, BoulderCO 80001-1200 Membership Director David Bryant (303) 7 44-6577 520 S. Corona, Denver CO 80203 Local Organizations Aspen "The Liberty Coalition" Tom Peckham (303) 925-6027

P.O. Box 9766, Aspen CO 81612 Aurora Libertarians Jeff Orrok (303) 360-7005 1367 4 Parkview, Aurora CO 80011 Boulder County Libertarian Party Kevin Wilkerson (303) 443-1870 4849 Baldwin Place, Boulder CO 80301 Denver Libertarian Party Richard Combs (303) 871-8824 1382 S. Lincoln St., Denver CO 80210-2209 El Paso County Libertarian Party Jeff Wright (719) 598-9241 PO Box 36000-207, Colo. Springs CO 80936-3600 Fort Collins "Freedom Now" Mary Margaret Glennie (303) 484-8184

1317 Lakewood Dr., Fort Collins CO 80521 Fremont County Libertarian Party Philip C. Freytag (719) 275-3115 750ConeAve.,CaiionCity,CO 81212 Jefferson County Libertarian Party Brandt Swanke (303) 424-9687 6259 Reed St.. Arvada CO 80003 Western Colorado Libertarians Dale Doelling (303) 241-7869 P.O. Box 60143, Grand Junction CO 81506 Please indicate quantities to left ofeach item: T-Shirts (indicate size M,L,XL) _ _ Make Sense Not War ($15) __ Legalize Freedom ($12) __I'm From The Gov't ($12) __Question Authority ($12) __Screw IRS ($12) "I'm from the government...

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UpcomingEvents---------­

May 3 Denver LP, Village Inn, 890 S. Colorado, 7:00 p.m. People's Fair planning. (303) 871-8824. 3 Ft. Collins 1st Tue. Breakfast Club, Wally's, Oak Street Plaza, 7 a.m. Speaker. (303) 484-8184. 4&18 CSU Campus Libertarians, CSU Student Center. Bruce Lockhart, (303) 223-7504. 9 Ft. Collins 2nd Tue. Discussion Group, 7 p.m., Mary Margaret Glennie's, 1317 Lakewood Dr. (303) 484-8184. 14 Ft. Collins 2nd Saturday Shootist Society. (303) 484-6824. 15 Boulder LP, Old Train Depot, 30th & Pearl, 7 p.m. (303) 443-1870. 16 Ft. Collins 3rd Mon. Social, 7 p.m., Mary Margaret Glennie's,

1317 Lakewood Dr. (303) 484-8184. 17 Aurora Libertarians, Country Buffet, 1026 South Sable, 7 p.m.

(303) 755-4843. 18 Jefferson Forum, Lakewood Library, 10200 W. 20th Ave., 7 p.m. Speaker. Dwight Filley, syndicated columnist and former LP


candidate for Congress, "Absurdities and paradoxes in government." (303) 424-9687.

'­ June 7 Denver LP, Village Inn, 890 S. Colorado, 7:00 p.m. Speaker or video. (303) 871-8824. 7 Ft. Collins 1st Tue. Breakfast Club, Wally's, Oak Street Plaza, 7 a.m. Speaker. (303) 484-8184. 1 & 15 CSU Campus Libertarians, CSU Student Center. Bruce Lockhart, (303) 223-7504. 11 Ft. Collins 2nd Saturday Shootist Society. (303) 484-6824. 13 Ft. Collins 2nd Tue. Discussion Group, 7 p.m., Mary Margaret Glennie's, 1317 Lakewood Dr. (303) 484-8184. 19 Boulder LP, Old Train Depot, 30th &Pearl, 7 p.m. (303) 443-1870. 20 Ft. Collins 3rd Mon. Social, 7 p.m., Mary Margaret Glennie's, 1317 Lakewood Dr. (303) 484-8184. 21 Aurora Libertarians, Durango's, Iliff &Havana (tentative), 7 p.m. (303) 755-4843. 22 Jefferson Forum, Lakewood Library, 10200 W. 20th Ave., 7 p.m. Speaker from VOCAL (Victims of Child Abuse Laws), "False allegations of child abuse." (303) 424-9687. Tired of waiting for bulk mail delivery of your CLiPboard? Send us your membership dues or subscription payment today, and your next issue will arrive by First Class Mail! Colorado Libertarian Party 720 E. 18th Ave., #309 Denver, Colorado 80203 Forwarding & Return Postage Guaranteed Address Correction Requested Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Permit No. 675 Denver, CO