published by Heather Fazio on Mon, 08/19/2013 - 20:43
Urban planning plays a critical role in each of our lives and yet it remains out of the view of most citizens. Indeed, it is a complex and confusing process involving a web of nonprofits, NGOs, and local government organizations further complicated by federal guidelines and grants.
But the questions of urban planning are fundamental:What are our community’s goals? How can we promote them? And do planners have these same goals and interests?
published by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 07/03/2013 - 03:20
As we all reflect on our nation’s history and liberty tomorrow, let us use the holiday as an opportunity to remind our friends and family that our liberty needs defending today as much as it did in 1776. The key players are different but the challenge is the same.
Friends, all of us here at LP Texas obviously share a great love and concern for liberty. But love and concern are not enough. We must turn our ideas into action because liberty is slipping out of our hands little-by-little each day.
published by Heather Fazio on Wed, 07/03/2013 - 03:18
Last Saturday, the State Libertarian Executive Committee (SLEC) hired a new executive director, Lauren Daugherty.
Lauren has recently moved back to Texas after spending several years working at various non-profits and attending graduate school in the Washington, DC, area.
While in DC, Lauren worked as a fundraiser at FreedomWorks and as a programs officer for both the Leadership Institute and Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute. She has MAs from the
Institute of World Politics and Johns Hopkins University. She is a 7th generation Texan.