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CLiPboard Official Publication of the Colorado Libertarian Party 720 E. 18th Ave. Suite #309 Denver, CO. 80203

(303) 837-9393 March 1990

Let·s draft Robin Heid for guv!

and took that big leap into the ring, garnering more publicity in one shot than any Libertarian I can think of, even Ron Paul when he was here on his Presidential tour. After talking to other Libertarians, a consensus formed, one that certainly holds promise for all of us. Let's begin a campaign to draft Robin Heid as the Libertarian candidate for Governor. The benefits should be apparent to everyone: Robin has already been pub­licized, it should bring our argument on the War on Drugs to the forefront of the debate, and I think we could actually see a 15 to 30% voter return for our Libertarian-Republican candi­date. It only takes 10% for the state to consider us a real party? So, what about it? Remember, we've got to hurry, the convention is only a month away. Speaking of the convention, orga­nizer Mary Margaret reports that early sign-ups indicate that we'll have one of the best turn-outs ever for Wal­ter Williams and all the other annual activities! Be there!

$65 convention rate extended until March 27 due to lateness of this clipboard edition from the chair

By Ron Bain ever louder for a "shoot on sight, ask questions later" Acting CLP Chairman bounty on users ofillicit drugs in this nation. On December 10, 1989, University of California at If Patrick Shanahan had just exited, stumbling and

. Santa Barbara graduate student Patrick Shanahan died violently drunk, from a Willie Nelson concert on Dec. 10, in Orange County, California after attending a Grateful the worst thing that the cops would've done to him would Dead concert. He did not die from an overdose ofLSD (a have been to have him put in the drunk tank overnight. medical impossibility), as alleged by Englewood, Califor­But because he had just left a Grateful Dead concert ­nia police who arrested Shanahan that evening. No, the reputed both for their non-violence and the frequent use Orange County coroner has ruled out overdose, suicide of LSD -Patrick Shanahan was executed without trial or accident as the cause of death; Patrick Shanahan was by California's version of the Securitate. The drug war murdered, that was the coroner's ruling, attributing the is hypocrisy given force oflaw, and because our Constitu­death to asphyxiation caused by a larynx crushed by vio­tion guarantees citizens equal protection under the lence. Several witnesses reported seeing a half-dozen law, the unconstitutional drug war must be ended. Englewood police officers encircling Shanahan and beat­Why should Coloradoans be concerned about the ing him mercilessly with nightsticks. death of a "druggie" in California? For one thing, there In the autumn of 1989, a similar incident in New Jer­are apparently some powerbrokers in this nation who sey following a Grateful Dead concert left another so­don't want you to know that there are dissidents in called "Dead Head" lifeless, this time at the hands of America who suffer human rights atrocities equal to concert security guards. those in El Salvador, Romania, and China, or else the

Throughout the latter half of 1989 and January, 1990, story of Patrick Shanahan's death would have been more most of the nation's major newspapers and media widely reported in the nation's media. Secondly, the sources (MTV News and the Los Angeles Times being Grateful Dead play Red Rocks every year, and it could be the rare exceptions) failed to report these atrocities your son or daughter who dies next at the the hands of a against civil, Constitutional and human rights assumed cop crazed by drug.hate. to be inherent in American citizenship. Yet during the The CLP condemns the drug war as fascist hypocrisy same time, the same newspapers and media sources and condemns all human rights atrocities everywhere in were full of reports of the burgeoning freedom and the world, especially in our own backyards. human rights movement in Eastern Europe. Yours in Liberty,

On Thursday, January 25, 1990, the Denver Post Acting Chairman expressed its ignorance of the above events with an edi­ torial which stated in part: "If this is a war (on drugs), where are the bodies?" Two innocent victims of this nation's war on drugs lie cold and gray in their graves, while newspapers -supposedly empowered by the U.S. constitution as the last resort defenders of freedom and liberty in this nation -cheer on those who are howling

Gun control is not a question of law; it is a fundamentally possessed right Dear CLiPboard Readers: Congress has not unlimited powers to provide for the

Much of the current debate over gun control centers general welfare." Alex antler Hamilton wrote "If the on the Second Amendment to our Constitution. Gun representives of the people betray their constituents, control advocates say the precept applies only to the there is no resource left but in the exertion of that origi­ organized militia, while those on the pro-gun (dare I say nal right of self-defense ... the citizens must rush tumul­

"pro-choice"?) side claim the amendment guarantees the tously to arms." individual the right to keep and bear arms. Former In 1765 Sir William Blackstone, considered the pre­

Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger believes eminent authority on British Common Law (upon which that an insight into the "purpose, setting, and the objec­our system is based), noted the three avenues of tives of the (Constitution's) draftsmen" is needed to set­recourse open to free peoples whose rights have been

tle the dispute. I agree. violated: first, the courts; second, to petition the king In 1772 Thomas Jefferson wrote that "If the group and parliament; and third, "the right of having and has authority to transgress on individual rights, this using arms for self-preservation and defense." Later, Sir would be slavery, and not the liberty which the Bill of Blackstone spoke of "the fifth and last auxiliary right of

Rights has made inviolable, and for the preservation of the subject is that ofhaving arms for their defense." which our government has been charged." George U.S. Code 10 Section 311(a) states "The militia of the

Mason, another author of the Constitution, stated in Unites States consists of all able-bodied males at least 1788: "I ask who are the militia? They consist of the 17 years of age." In upholding this law the Supreme whole people, except a few public officials." Jefferson Court wrote in Presser vs. Illinois (1886): "It is undoubt­ again stated in 1817 that "Our belief ever was that Continued on page 3 2 -March 1990 CLIPboard

more letters to the clipboard Send letters, guest editorials, diatribes, news, photos, etc. to: CLiPboard, 720 E. 18th Ave., #309, Denver, CO. 80203. Continued from page 2 ably true that all citizens capable of bearing arms con­stitute the reserved military force of reserve militia of the United States. The States cannot prohibit the people from keeping and bearing anns, so as to disable the peo­ple." Over a century and a half before the massacre at Tianenmen Square, Justice Joseph Story wrote, "The right of the people to keep and bear arms has been con­sidered as the palladium of the liberties of a republic, since it offers a strong moral check against the usurpa­tion and arbitrary power of rulers." In U.S. vs. Miller (1939) the high court again said, "the militia comprised all males physically capable of acting in concert for the common defense." Finally, "Experience should teach us to be most on our guard to protect liberty when the government's pur­poses are beneficent. The greatest dangers to liberty lurk in the insidious encroachment by men of zeal, well­meaning but without understanding." -Justice William Brandeis Skip Schweiss 8690 Bluegrass Circle Parker, CO 80134 (303) 690-1077

Future of Freedom Foundation formed; inaugural supper is April 19

Dear CLiPboard Readers: The Future of Freedom Foundation is a relatively new organization devoted to presenting an uncompro-

Walter Williams Boosters from Colorado Springs plan bus trip to Fort Collins for convention Dear CLiPboard Readers: I note in the February 1990 LP News that Dr. Williams will be a speaker at your state partyonvention in May. We have lots of Walter Williams Boosters in the Col­orado Springs area and may try to organize a "Boosters Bus" to hear him speak, assuming his talk will be open to the public. Please advise me on the details. My best wishes for an outstanding convention, and I hope your impress Dr. Williams with both the quality and the quantity ofattendance. Enclosed are some Booster materials. Sincerely, Jim McClarin, Coordinator, Walter Williams Boosters, Cool, California CASH ~ENS'AATlOW 'tlnt\Ottr lmTtoN SfLF'-t..a~u,t>1'"TING LOANS New AVAU.ASLJ TltirNKS 1o NE8RMKA MAVEfUCl( HuuoNAtQ.E No (Q.EbrT'QfFCK-NO COUJIO'ERAJ. NO fJ1\YMEWf"S -EVER SoME EffoRT -TANSTA.AfL t.VK£ ZELl (11q) "?>:1~ 't52.g mising moral and philosophical case for the principles of freedom. I am enclosing the February and March issue of our monthly publication, Freedom Daily, as well as our current status report to show you the nature of our work. We are having our inaugural supper in Denver on the evening of April 19 at the Embassy Suites Hotel. The featured speakers will be Richard Eberling, our Academ­ic Vice-President who is the Ludwig Von Mises Professor of Economics at Hillsdale College in Michigan, and Wal­ter Williams (a day before the CLP convention). It will be a coat and tie affair. We would like very much to extend an invitation to attend to all Colorado Libertarians. However, if you feel that this would detract from the CLP convention, we fully understand. Sincerely yours, Jacob G. (Bumper) Hornberger, President

The CLiPboard is the official monthly publica­tion of the Colorado Liber­tarian Party, 720 E. 18th Ave., #309, Denver, CO. 80203. No rights are reserved; all of this material may be reproduced by anyone wishing to do so. In fact, we encourage it. 675, paid through the U.S. Post Office in Denver, Colo. Editor & Publisher ................ Colorado Libertarian Party, Ron Bain, Acting Chairman Typesetting ........... Avenir Graphics

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clp progress report

The CLP moves forward another month, blazing a path for liberty in our time! New Affiliates -The Denver County Libertarian Party was formed Feb. 6 at the home of CLP Chairman Ron Bain during the cocktail party held there. This makes the second affilate formed in as many months. Kevin Bloom is holding an Open House in Boulder, and we might possibly see our third affiliate opening shortly. Macintosh Fund -At the CLP board meeting in December, it was decided to create a fund for those who desired to help the CLP enter the modern age. Comput­erization is happening at all levels of society, and the CLP should be no exception. Ifyou wish to contribute to the fund, send your check to the office -and please indi­cate that you wish the money to go to the Macintosh .fund.


People all over the world Poland, Hungary, China, Romania...why not in Colorado? Petition Talk -The CLP voted at the Janu ary meeting to provide 20 petitioners for the FIJA amend­ment drive, however -it certainly doesn't stop there. Robin Heid, head ofthe No More Drug War Foundation, needs petitioners for his campaign, and petitioners for a possible H.E.M.P. (Help End Marijuana Prohibition) ini­titave. Ifyou are intrested, give his campaign manager, Jon Baragra a call at 722-1626. Tell 'em you heard it here first! Full Time Editor -Well, after a rather prolonged settling-in period, CLP Communications Chair Noah Brodbeck was removed from the post on March 10, with Acting Chairman Ron Bain agreeing to guarantee the CLiPboard's publication in March and April. Bain sug­gested contracting out the newsletter after April. That will be a topic of discussion at the convention.

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Hearing in Romer lawsuit postponed, again

The American Constitutional Law Foundation announced recently that a yet-again rescheduled confer­ence will be held in Federal district Court regarding the legal action filed by the Colorado Union of Taxpayers, and the Colorado Libertarian Party against Gov. Roy Romer individually. The conference will be Thursday, March 29 at 11 a.m. in Courtroom A of the Post Office Building at 19th and Stout in Denver. An important announcement is scheduled to follow the conference, outside the courtroom. Based upon the court's prior informal ruling, it is restraint would confuse the Sovereign with the servant." "We are therefore delighted that this matter is advancing in the Federal Court, and look forward to the court confirming our sovereign right to "self govern­ment" -free from the interference of public servants!" The American Constitutional Law Foundation is a volunteer, pro-family, membership organization, formed by citizens desiring to protect their constitutional rights. Contributions may be sent to the American Constitu­tional Law Foundation, 2075 S. University Blvd., #240, Denver, CO. 80210 expected that the court will officially rule against the governor's motions to dismiss, requiring the governor to

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Ph.D., UCLA., 1972 Economics ---------========================================= PUBLICATIONS 4 Books Monograph The State Against Blacks Youth and Minority Unemployment America: A Minority Viewpoint Youth and Minority Unemployment All It Takes Is Guts an unexpurgated version South Africa's War Against Capitalism 24 Journal Articles and Notes 11 Book Reviews 21 Miscellaneous Articles and Reports 17 FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS 19 ADVISORY BOARDS 12 BOARDS OF DIRECTORS TELEVISION AND RADIO Milton Friedman's, "Free to Choose" ABC "Nightline" WQLN's, "Star Spangled Spenders" CBS "Nightwatch" William F. Buckley's, "Firing Line" "Face the Nation" CNN's "Larry King Show" "Counterpoint" WTBS Debate Series C-Span "Crossfire"

network and local newscasts TV Documentary: "The State Against Blacks" 1984 TV Documentary: "Good Intentions: A Personal Statement" 1985

CONGRESSIONAL COMMITIEE APPEARANCES Senate Labor Committee House Ways and Means Senate Foreign Relations Committee House Judiciary Committee

NEWSPAPER COLUMNS Nationally syndicated columnist for the Heritage Features Syndicate 1980-present roughly 90 newspapers Formerly a weekly columnist for the Philadelphia Tribune 6-CLiPboard March 1990



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Colorado Libertarian Party 720 E. 18th Ave., #309 Dedicated board, political candidates needed at CLP con! It seems burn-out turmoil is affecting the CLP Board of Directors once more, with these changes taking place in March: Acting Chairman Ron Bain announced that he will not be seeking election to the post of chairman at the April convention. Bain is forming his own publica­tions company, he said, and will have no time to devote to formal party activities, although all of his publishing efforts will be libertarian in nature. A production crisis with the March CLiPboard resulted in the termination of Noah Brodbeck as Communications Chairman, who was immediately replaced by Joe Dehn, a relatively new Colorado resi­dent who also serves as Secretary of the national LP. Asked if he would seek election to the communica­tions post in April, Dehn replied, "Probably." Campaigns Chairman Rick Shaw submitted his resignation at the March board meeting rather than vote for the termination of Brodbeck. He accepted reappointment to the position, however, after the vote to terminate Brodbeck was taken without him. Shaw will likely run for U.S. Senate after April, so is unlike­ly to remain campaigns chair. Three-year board veteran David Aitken is retiring from Libertarian service, and expects he will be replaced by Rob Herzfeld of Colorado Springs. Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage Denver, CO. 80203 ------­

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