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05/31/2004 Archived Entry: "Ernie Hancock on the LP convention"
K. WRITES TO REMIND ME THAT ERNIE HANCOCK'S RADIO SHOW in Phoenix got yanked off the air last week. I knew. I just didn't want to think about it. Ernie is one of the most enthusiastic, funny, principled, hard-working libertarians you could ever imagine and he deserves the best. Good show he had, too.
Unrelated to the show, Ernie sent this message to his mailing list this morning:
I'm going to get some sleep first then later I'll write up the story of the 2004 Libertarian National Convention.
It was the most principled, fun, exciting, Old School libertarian convention I've been to. Nothing's perfect, but we hard core no compromisers were grinning ear to ear the whole time watching The Party of Principle setting itself up for a great 2004 Election cycle.
The more reports come in, the better that convention and its outcome sound. The LP hasn't truly combined excitement and hardcore freedom principles since sometime in the 1980s. I'm dying to hear what created the turnaround -- just when freedom needs it the most. Ernie, tell us!
Posted by Claire @ 01:26 PM CST