Let Battle Commence

Let Battle Commence

Finally a great and Historic moment has arived for the Scottish Libertarian Party.

We are proud to announce our candidates for the Scottish Parliamentary Elections on May 5th 2016.

The candidates and regions/constituency are as follows:

Alan Findlay (Leader) – West Scotland

 

Tom Laird (Dep) – Edinburgh Central (Constituency)

 

Calum Paul – Mid Scotland and Fife

 

 

Derek Scott – North East of Scotland

 

Get out there and support your candidate. Whether by voting for them if you ¬†fall within the region. Or by offering to help out with campaigning, leafleting, or any …

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5 Reasons to vote Libertarian in the Leith Walk by-election

5 Reasons to vote Libertarian in the Leith Walk by-election

5 Reasons to vote Libertarian in the Leith by-election

By Antony Sammeroff

 

Reduce government waste

Government programs are notoriously wasteful, but currently our nation is divided between left wingers who want absolutely no cuts to government spending, and conservatives who want to abruptly pull the rug out from underneath the most vulnerable people in our society rather than targeting corporate welfare, immoral wars, wasteful military spending, and big government bureaucracy. The Libertarian Party will work to oppose wasteful spending and reduce the tax burden on regular individuals …

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Lighting The Fire Of Scottish Libertarian Party

Lighting The Fire Of Scottish Libertarian Party

Sir Walter Scott in his fiction and poetry popularised a little known custom of the Scottish Highlands. In times of trouble or war a small burning cross was carried from to town rallying the clans to action. This was known as Crann Tara. Burning crosses would most assuredly be frowned upon today, but throughout history, and indeed fiction, fires were lit to call the people together.

In just over nine months since John Watson ignited the first signal on this great mountaintop we call Facebook, liberty …

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