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Mises Caucus Seeks Mulligan in Idaho Court

Mises Caucus Seeks Mulligan in Idaho Court
By Gold Wedge Group • Issue #1 • View online
Michael Heise, 9/11 Truther and Tom Woods sycophant from Philadelphia, started a political action committee (PAC) to raise money to support his attempts to take over the Libertarian Party and get paid to do it.
They’ve been very aggressive in building email lists and organizing for Internet brigade activities like spending almost $25,000 to bring Republicans on a bus to Pittsburgh to try to take over the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania last year.
They’ve also crossed some legal lines, with a board member of the Mises PAC losing a defamation suit for falsely accusing a political enemy of committing a felony. They lost by default when the Mises PAC failed to respond to the lawsuit.
If this is how well they handle their own legal problems as a PAC with less than $8,000 in the bank at the beginning of the year, do you really want them to have control of the Libertarian Party?

An angry leprechaun wants another shot after shanking it.
An angry leprechaun wants another shot after shanking it.
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