Many people search their entire lives looking for that one true love, and eventually find it. We all know how difficult life can be from day to day.
But when you love another, that love can be one of the most rewarding and reassuring things in life, and can make even the most trying times bearable. Put simply, love is one of the most precious aspects of human existence.
"The Libertarian Party of Tennessee believes," said Vice-Chair Matthew Novak, "that humans have the fundamental right to pursue love wherever they can find it."
Long time Libertarian activist and former LPTN Chair, Tony Wall states, "From a libertarian perspective, government at all levels needs to get out of the business of love. It should not be the function of government to tell me who I should or should not marry."
For more than 30 years, The Libertarian Party has had a platform that supports the rights of all humans to engage in personal relationships free from government involvement.
Libertarian Party National Platform:
We, The Libertarian Party of Tennessee, stand with our fellow LGBT brothers and sisters in their quest for the recognition that love is a human right.
The Libertarian Party is America's third largest and fastest growing political party. Libertarians engage in a variety of projects, working for everyone's liberty on every issue.
The Libertarian Party was created in December of 1971 by people who realized that the politicians had strayed from America's original libertarian foundation, with disastrous results. Their vision was the same as that of America's founders -- a world where individuals are free to follow their own dreams in their own ways, a world of peace, harmony, opportunity, and abundance.
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The practice was disclosed Wednesday in documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act by the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California — in a glimpse into a technology that federal agents rarely discuss publicly. Read The Full Story
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Georgia senators today passed a resolution calling for the correction of survey areas along the state’s northern border in a 48-2 vote, a news release states.
“The Tennessee Valley Authority has identified the Tennessee River as a likely source of water for North Georgia,” said Sen. David Shafer, R-Duluth, as he presented the resolution. “Yet the state of Tennessee has used mismarked boundary lines to block our access to this important waterway.”
Georgia House Resolution 4 proposes a settlement of the boundary dispute, based on almost 200-year-old survey errors, clarifying Georgia’s access to Tennessee River water. It directs the state’s attorney general to sue to gain control of the entire area south of the 35th parallel if no agreement is reached with Tennessee, the Georgia Senate Press Office release states. Read The Full Story