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Volume 18, No. 19                        October 3, 2013
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In This Issue

PRESIDENT'S CORNER
* Success Stories – How We Can Find Thousands of New Libertarians and Bring Them into the Libertarian Movement

INTELLECTUAL AMMUNITION
* Rand Paul: Repeal Mandatory Minimum Sentencing, Defend Black Voting Rights
* FBI: Marijuana Arrests at Near-Record Levels; Rate of Unsolved Violent Crimes Rises
* Video: Libertarians Take on Federal Asset Forfeiture in Outrageous Case
* Gallup Polls: Trust in Federal Government Hits All-Time Low
 
THEY SAID IT: How to end most violent crime in Chicago.... Bono boosts free enterprise.... More Americans agreeing with Ron Paul on foreign policy.... Thomas Sowell on minimum wage madness.... Former prosecuting attorney: leave pot users alone, go after real criminals.... Jay Leno snickers at the shutdown, opines on Obamacare, giggles at government goofs, and demolishes debt limit deceptions....

PERSUASION POWER POINT #357 by Michael Cloud
The Reverse

ASK DR. RUWART by Mary Ruwart
* If not you, who? If not now, when?

ONE-MINUTE LIBERTY TIP by Sharon Harris
* Dramatically Improve Your Conversations with These Simple (But Too Often Ignored) Tips

WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH THE ADVOCATES
* Upcoming:5 Libertarian Communication Workshops this Fall
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President's Corner

by Sharon Harris







Success Stories – How We Can Find Thousands of New Libertarians and Bring Them into the Libertarian Movement
 
Dear friends,

Campus libertarians are having great success using free OPH kits provided by the Advocates to reach the libertarian leaders and activists of tomorrow! 

So far we’ve given over 900 OPH kits free to campus libertarian groups who've requested them. It's one of the biggest outreach efforts in our history. 

And libertarian students are putting those OPH kits to work! 

Before I share a couple of recent OPH success stories with you, let me offer some numbers for you to consider:

* Imagine if just 200 OPH kits were used just three times this coming year by students and other libertarian groups. 

* That would be 600 OPHs in total. 

* Now imagine each OPH discovered and activated just 20 new libertarians. (That’s a very reasonable expectation, based on years of experience.)

The results: 12,000 new libertarians discovered and brought into the liberty movement! 

Imagine what a difference that could make to liberty in America. 

And that’s a low estimate. OPHs are so easy to do, any group can do them several times a year.  

There’s no reason libertarians couldn’t put on 1,000 OPHs per year. Or many more than that. 

Opportunities abound: music festivals, political events, demonstrations, gun shows, fairs, festivals, on campus… anywhere people are gathered, you will find success with your OPH. 

That’s been proven, over and over again, since the Advocates first created and introduced OPH in 1987. 

Actually, as an OPH kit user don’t think of yourself as just working to grow and expand your own local organization's membership -- vital as that is.

You should also think of yourself as part of a national OPH movement. With enough OPHs, on and off campus, we can reach millions of Americans with the ideas of liberty -- and bring tens of thousands of them -- every year -- into the liberty movement. 

OPH is revolutionizing America. Those who are using OPH now are building the liberty mass movement of tomorrow

Americans are hungry for the ideas of liberty. They’ve never been so eager to hear the message your OPH booth can bring them. There’s never been a better opportunity -- and there is no better tool than OPH. 

Now, some exciting new OPH success stories! 

1. University of Missouri Young Americans for Liberty: Over 50 New Recruits

In early September the University of Missouri chapter of Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) used OPH to educate and recruit at the Student Activity Mart. 

Member James Chappelow says OPH “rocked the Student Activity Mart." 

“We recruited more than 50 new interested students and provided a public service to Mizzou students of all political stripes by helping them get in touch with their own ideas and beliefs using the World's Smallest Political Quiz,” Chappelow reports. 

Fifty new students signed up! And many other students were educated about liberty and the political spectrum. Congratulations!

2. Bowling Green Young Americans for Liberty: 100 Students Signed Up

Reports Sam Link of Young Americans for Liberty at Bowling Green State University in Ohio:

“We used the OPH kit to help spread the word and recruit during BGSU's Campus Fest. 

“We were definitely the most active political table at Campus Fest. The Quiz was a huge [help] in bringing students to the table and we were able to sign up around 100 people that day!

“Thanks for the OPH kit!”

Thank you and the Bowling Green YAL for using OPH, Sam! 

These students are showing what’s possible with OPH. It's easy, fun, and turns a boring ho-hum literature table into a crowd-pleasing, crowd-drawing event

OPH offers the libertarian movement the opportunity to easily reach the public with our ideas and recruit tens of thousands to our side. 

Take advantage of this amazing, proven tool!

Learn more about OPH (Operation Politically Homeless) -- the libertarian movement's most successful outreach tool. 

* Campus libertarian groups: Learn more about our free OPH kit offer.

Yours for Liberty,

Sharon

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Intellectual Ammunition

by James W. Harris





Rand Paul: Repeal Mandatory Minimum Sentencing, Defend Black Voting Rights

"If I told you that one out of three African-American males is prohibited by law from voting, you might think I was talking about Jim Crow 50 years ago. 

"One out of three African-American males are forbidden from voting because of the War on Drugs. The War on Drugs has disproportionately affected young black males. The ACLU reports that blacks are four to five times more likely to be convicted for drug possession, although surveys indicate that blacks and whites use drugs at similar rates.

"The majority of illegal drug users and dealers nationwide are white, yet three-fourths of all people in prison for drug offenses have been African American or Latino.

"Why are the arrest rates so lopsided? Because it is easier to go into urban areas and make arrests than suburban areas. Because we literally subsidize the arrest and incarceration of people. Federal grant money is based on convictions.

"It doesn't take much imagination to understand that it's easier to round up, arrest and convict poor kids than it is to convict rich kids. If law enforcement is expected, or pressured, to meet some quota due to the federal dollars their department might receive, they are more likely to go looking in urban areas than the suburbs. …

"Since mandatory sentencing began, America's prison population has exploded, quadrupled. America now jails a higher percentage of citizens than any other country in the world, at the staggering cost of $80 billion a year. …

"Conclusion: Mandatory minimum sentencing has done little to address the very real problem of drug abuse while also doing great damage by destroying so many lives. I'm here today to ask you to let judges start doing their jobs. I'm here to ask that we repeal mandatory minimum sentencing."

-- Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee September 18, 2013 on "Reevaluating the Effectiveness of Federal Mandatory Minimum Sentences." 
 
 
FBI: Marijuana Arrests at Near-Record Levels; Rate of Unsolved Violent Crimes Rises

Polls show a majority of Americans favor re-legalization of marijuana. Two states have re-legalized marijuana, 16 states have decriminalized it (i.e., no prison time or criminal record for first-time possession of a small amount for personal use), and 20 states have re-legalized marijuana for medical use

Despite all this, a new FBI report finds that marijuana arrests continued at near-record levels in 2012. 

And the vast majority of these arrests were for simple possession.

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation's annual Uniform Crime Report, an estimated 749,824 arrests were made nationwide for marijuana in 2012. More than 87% of marijuana arrests were for mere possession. 

Further, marijuana arrests accounted for nearly half (42.4 percent) of all drug arrests last year. Thus the War on Drugs is largely a war on small-time marijuana users. 

Nationwide, police make an average of one marijuana arrest every 48 seconds. 

Meanwhile, 59.9% of rapes, 53.2% of all violent crimes, and 81% of property crimes reported in 2012 were unsolved or did not result in arrest. Is there a connection? 

"Every time a police officer makes an arrest for drugs, that's several hours out of his or her day not spent going after real criminals. As the country has been investing more and more of its resources into prosecuting drug 'crime,' the rate of unsolved violent crime has been steadily increasing. Where are our priorities here?" asked retired lieutenant commander Diane Goldstein of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), a group of police, prosecutors, judges and other law enforcement officials opposed to the War on Drugs. 

Dan Riffle, a former prosecuting attorney now director of federal policies for the Marijuana Policy Project, agreed.

"Instead of punishing and stigmatizing responsible adult marijuana users, we should be focusing on serious crime. As a former prosecuting attorney myself, I believe it is irresponsible to squander our limited law enforcement resources on this disastrous public policy failure. That is especially true when so many violent crimes remain unsolved. Every second spent arresting and prosecuting adults for marijuana is time that could have been spent preventing and solving real crimes."

 Video: Libertarians Take on Federal Asset Forfeiture in Outrageous Case 

Warning: If you have high blood pressure, maybe you shouldn't watch this short (1:45) video about the latest case of the libertarian Institute for Justice. 

For more than 30 years, Terry Dehko has successfully run a grocery store in the Detroit suburb of Fraser, Michigan, with his daughter Sandy. 

But in January 2013, without warning, the federal government used civil forfeiture to seize all of the money from the Dehkos' store bank account -- more than $35,000 -- even though they've done absolutely nothing wrong. 
Welcome to the kafkaesque world of civil forfeiture law -- aka "robbery with a badge" -- where the government can seize private property from Americans without ever charging, let alone convicting, them of a crime. Americans are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, but civil forfeiture turns that principle on its head.  

The government is able to pocket the money and property it grabs without charges, evidence or due process -- and leaving the owners no prompt and reasonable way to get a court to review the seizure. 

But… libertarians to the rescue! Terry and Sandy have teamed up with the Institute for Justice (IJ) to fight back in federal court. We hope a victory will help restore the right of every American to be free from these abusive police-state forfeiture laws. 

IJ has videos about other civil forfeiture outrages they are litigating here

To learn more about the civil forfeiture law outrage, read IJ's acclaimed report "Policing for Profit: The Abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture."

Gallup Polls: Trust in Federal Government Hits All-Time Low

"Americans' trust and confidence in the federal government's ability to solve problems internationally as well as domestically has fallen to historic lows this year."

So reports Gallup, summarizing the results of an early September poll. Gallup has been tracking this question since 1973. 

Their latest poll finds that just 49 percent of Americans have a "great deal" or "fair" amount of confidence in the federal government to handle international problems. And only 42 percent of Americans have a "great deal" or "fair" amount of confidence in the federal  government to handle issues at home. 

Similarly, another September Gallup poll finds a majority -- and another record number -- of Americans believe the government is too powerful. 



Reports Gallup: "Six in 10 Americans (60%) believe the federal government has too much power, one percentage point above the previous high recorded in September 2010. At least half of Americans since 2005 have said the government has too much power."

All this is very good news, argues Tad DeHaven of the libertarian Cato Institute:

"Skepticism of government is as American as apple pie. The experiment that is the United States was borne out of a colonial revolution against an overbearing master. As the decades have passed, however, the federal government has steadily acquired powers that are vastly beyond what was intended by our founding Constitution. And like a frog in a pot of water that is slowly brought a boil, Americans have become acclimated to a world in which the federal government intrudes into every nook and cranny of our lives. …

"Perhaps Americans are finally realizing that rather than making us safer, constant foreign interventionism has largely succeeded in turning the American people into targets.

"And perhaps there is growing recognition that politicians cannot simply 'create jobs' out of thin air -- the tax revenue that the federal government showers on politically favored individuals and industries necessarily comes at the expense of other entrepreneurs and other 'job creators.' …

"Let's hope the circus-like atmosphere in Washington over passing a budget, raising the debt ceiling and Syria will cause even more Americans to question why so much power and money has been placed in the hands of imperfect (to put it politely) men and women."

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Intellectual Ammunition is written by Liberator Online editor James W. Harris. His articles have appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers, and he has been a Finalist for the Mencken Awards, given by the Free Press Association for "Outstanding Journalism in Support of Liberty."

THEY SAID IT...

GUESS HOW TO END MOST VIOLENCE CRIME IN CHICAGO: "Most of Chicago's violent crime comes from gangs trying to maintain control of drug-selling territories." -- Jack Riley, head of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration for a five-state region that includes Illinois, quoted in "Heroin Pushed on Chicago by Cartel Fueling Gang Murders," Bloomberg Markets Magazine, Sep 17, 2013. Last year there were more than 500 homicides in Chicago. 

PRO BONO CAPITALISM: "'Rock star preaches capitalism.' [Laughs.] Wow. Sometimes I hear myself and I just can't believe it. But commerce is real. … Commerce, entrepreneurial capitalism takes more people out of poverty than aid. Of course, we know that. … Aid is just a stopgap. … We need Africa to become an economic powerhouse." -- Bono, lead singer for the Irish supergroup U2, from a speech at Georgetown University's 2012 Global Social Enterprise Event, now widely circulating on the web. Bono, one of the world's best-known philanthropic performers, has long raised funds for African charities.

SYRIA SHOWS MORE AMERICANS AGREEING WITH RON PAUL: "The American people have spoken out against war. Many more are now asking what I have been asking for quite some time: Why is it always our business when there is civil strife somewhere overseas? Why do we always have to be the ones to solve the world's problems? It is a sea change and I am very encouraged. We have had a great victory for the cause of peace and liberty and let's hope we can further build on it." -- Ron Paul, "Has The Tide Turned Against The Warmongers?" Texas Straight Talk column, September 16, 2013. 

MINIMUM WAGE MADNESS: "One of the simplest and most fundamental economic principles is that people tend to buy more when the price is lower and less when the price is higher. Yet advocates of minimum wage laws seem to think that the government can raise the price of labor without reducing the amount of labor that will be hired. … Countries with minimum wage laws almost invariably have higher rates of unemployment than countries without minimum wage laws." -- economist and syndicated columnist Thomas Sowell, "Minimum Wage Madness," Sept. 17,2013. 

LEAVE POT USERS ALONE, GO AFTER REAL CRIMINALS: "There is no greater waste of valuable taxpayer dollars than branding hundreds of thousands of otherwise law-abiding citizens as criminals simply for choosing to use a substance less harmful than alcohol. Given the fact that most Americans support taxing and regulating marijuana like alcohol, I suggest our police and prosecutors find a better use of their time." -- former prosecuting attorney Dan Riffle, now director of federal policies for the Marijuana Policy Project, Sept. 16, 2013. 

THE REAL WORRY: "How many are worried about a government shutdown? How many are more worried about it starting back up? " -- Jay Leno, Oct. 1, 2013. 

LENO RIPS OBAMACARE: "USA Today had a front-page feature on the new healthcare law. It said that the opposition to Obamacare is at an all-time high. It has gotten so bad that the president is now calling it 'Bidencare.'" -- Jay Leno ,Sept. 16, 2013.

LENO ON GOV'T EFFICIENCY: "According to a new report, over the last three years Social Security overpaid by $1.29 billion -- thus establishing itself as the federal government's most efficient program." -- Jay Leno, Sept. 16, 2013.

RAISING THE DEBT LIMIT: "President Obama is now making his case for raising the debt limit. He said raising the debt limit does not increase debt. You know, like raising the speed limit does not increase speed." -- Jay Leno, Sept. 26, 2013.This is a Text Block. Use this to provide text...

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"They Said It..." is compiled by Liberator Online editor James W. Harris.
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Persuasion Power Point #357

by Michael Cloud





The Reverse
   
Tired of long, drawn-out arguments about government? Worn out from explaining why government fails and makes things worse?

What if you could convince your listener to persuade himself about libertarianism? What if you could persuade him to marshal compelling and convincing evidence and arguments that would change his mind about libertarianism?

Persuade himself? How?

The Reverse.

Instead of telling him what's right with liberty and wrong with government, ask him.

"What's one thing that government does now that you think it definitely should not do?"

Or: "What's one activity that government engages in that it should stop doing?"

Or: "What's one government program that's a dismal failure or a waste of money that government ought to shut down?"

Then ask, "Why?"

After he tells you why, ask him to tell you more. Ask him to elaborate and expand. To tell you about the consequences of the bad program. To give you examples.

Then play Devil's Advocate. Ask him how he would respond to possible objections. 

"Suppose someone said X, how would you answer that objection?" 

"Suppose someone said Y, how would you answer that objection?"

He will argue himself into a libertarian position. And he will give you the evidence and arguments that are most convincing to him.

The Reverse lets your listener pick the part of government that he's most opposed to, do your arguing for you, and in the process intensify his opposition.

How and why does it work?

1. It begins with what your listener already believes. It respects his beliefs and values.

2. It creates rapport. Agreement. You both agree that government should abandon this activity or program.

3. As Pascal wrote, "We are usually convinced more easily by reasons we have found ourselves than by those which have occurred to others."

4. As Win Wenger writes in The Einstein Factor: "The sheer act of expressing our thoughts on some subject causes us to learn more about that subject, even when no new information has been provided from without."

Why does The Reverse work?

To truly learn a subject, teach it.

To help our listeners learn, we must ask them to teach.

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Ask Dr. Ruwart

Dr. Mary Ruwart is a leading expert in libertarian communication. In this column she offers short answers to real questions about libertarianism. To submit questions to Dr. Ruwart, see end of column.


If not you, who? If not now, when?

QUESTION: Sometimes when I criticize government, I am told that if I don't like 
it here, I should go somewhere else. Essentially, the old "love it or leave it" 
line. What's a good response? 

MY SHORT ANSWER: One response I use goes like this:

"I love my country and its heritage of liberty. When I see it going astray, I 
want to help it get back on track.

"Our government once endorsed slavery. Where would we be today if the 
abolitionists had left, instead of helping our nation extend its heritage of 
liberty to black slaves?

"When our government makes a mistake, it's up to us to correct it. If not us, 
who?" 

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Got questions?  Dr. Ruwart has answers! If you'd like answers to YOUR "tough questions" on libertarian issues, email Dr. Ruwart
 
Due to volume, Dr. Ruwart can't personally acknowledge all emails. But we'll run the best questions and answers in upcoming issues.

Dr. Ruwart's previous Liberator Online answers are archived in searchable form.
 
Dr. Ruwart's latest book Short Answers to the Tough Questions, Expanded Edition is available from the Advocates, as is her acclaimed classic Healing Our World.
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One-Minute Liberty Tip 

by Sharon Harris



Dramatically Improve Your Conversations with These Simple (But Too Often Ignored) Tips

In past columns we've talked a lot about the vital importance of listening. In my communication seminars libertarians are often startled to learn about the power that active, genuine listening can add to our communication efforts. 

It is equally important that the person you are conversing with be aware that you are carefully, sincerely and respectfully listening to what he is saying. 

Here are some ways you can demonstrate to the other person that you are genuinely listening. These aren't tricks or gimmicks. Using them will not only show the person that you are listening. You actually will be listening better. 

1. Deliberately move away from distractions. Turn off the radio or TV. Put your cell phone away, turn it off, or at least move it further away from you. 

2. Make eye contact. This connects you with the speaker. It's not necessary (or appropriate) to stare at the person, but simply make natural, appropriate eye contact as the person is speaking.

3. Lean forward slightly. This is a natural movement when you are paying attention to something or someone, and the other person intuitively realizes this.

4. Nod when you agree with what the person is saying and/or when you are sure you understand or relate to what the person is saying.

5. Make short remarks when appropriate like, "I see." "I understand." "Yes." "I agree."

6. When the person finishes, before you start giving your opinion, do one of these three things:

        * Ask a question that encourages the person to add to what they were saying.

        * Ask a question that gets the person to clarify what they were saying.

        * Summarize briefly what you think their major point was, and confirm with them that you are correct.

7. Three DON'T's:

* Don't lean back and cross your arms over your chest. This indicates an unwillingness to be open to what the other person is saying.

* Don't interrupt to correct or disagree with what the person is saying. Let them finish.

* Don't spend your listening time planning on what you will say when they get through. Instead, focus on understanding what they are saying. Really listen

Surprisingly, these simple techniques are often ignored, and communication suffers badly as a result. 

Watch for them in your next few serious conversations. Notice if your listeners are using these indicators of serious listening. See how you feel when they do -- and when they don't.

It takes an awareness of them, and some practice, to use them effectively. But the payoff is worth it. You will find your communication and conversations are greatly improved. And you will win more friends -- both for yourself and for the cause of liberty. 

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Sharon Harris is president of the Advocates for Self-Government.   

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NEWS and UPCOMING EVENTS

UPCOMING ADVOCATES LIBERTARIAN COMMUNICATION EVENTS: Advocates President Sharon Harris will be conducting libertarian communication workshops or giving speeches at these upcoming events:
  • October 19: Speech at University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, sponsored by Students for Liberty.
  • October 26: Speech in Houston, sponsored by the Libertarian Party of Texas.
  • October 27: Communication workshop in Houston, sponsored by the Republican Liberty Caucus, Young Americans for Liberty, Students for Liberty, and others. Location TBA.
  • November 16: Communication workshop at Utah Valley University, Orem, UT, sponsored by Libertas InstituteStudents for Liberty, Young Americans for LIberty and Campaign for Liberty
Attendees will learn how to dramatically increase their effectiveness at communicating the ideas of liberty. 

IN THE WORKS

Note: if you would like to learn when dates and places are set, please email Sharon.

January 2014: Communication workshop in New Orleans. Place and date TBA.
January 2014: Communication workshop in Kennesaw, GA. Place and date TBA.
February 2014: Communication workshop in Nashville. Place and date TBA.
March 2014: Communication workshop in Colorado. Place and date TBA.

Email us now if you'd like us to send you further information on these events. 

Email Sharon if you'd like to learn about having a communication event near you.

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