Friday, January 31, 2014

Coffee Shop Project

I am seeking a libertarian book that is not overtly political to pitch to companies like Starbucks, doctor's offices, etc., as an item for review by customers while visiting these businesses.  Any ideas?

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Libertarian Library to Distribute Books in Houston, Feb. 22, 2014

The Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange has been given a kind invitation to attend a Libertarian training session in Houston where we will be distributing about $200 worth of books important to libertarian thought.  I expect to arrive about 2 p. m. in Houston on Feb. 22, 2014, but may arrive earlier if my work schedule allows.  First come first serve, but keep in mind that we mail free books worldwide upon request:

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

We are looking at a couple of books on open border issues for distribution.

Sunday, January 26, 2014

Library Seeks Book On Open Border Issue

We are looking for a book title to distribute in mass to libertarians to explain the Austrian/ libertarian proposition that securement of borders is counterproductive to economic growth and overall social stability within a region and between nations.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Libertarian Library Update

The Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange currently has pledges of $11,200 for 2014 and 42,000 for 2015.

As we move forward with how the library will be structured, as a 501c3, a 527 or a political action committee, I suggest that those wanting to donate now go on Books-A-Million's (They have better deals than Amazon.) website and purchase whatever Libertarian oriented reading materials you like and forward them to:

Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange
P. O. Box 295545
Lewisville, Texas 75029

I'll have them distributed to several folks already interested in leading a Libertarian Book Club in their area.

My schedule is wide open for the Feb. 22nd run to Houston for the Libertarian Book Club meeting there.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

(If you do not know about the appropriateness of the material you want to include, just send me one copy, so I can review it first.)

Friday, January 24, 2014

The Nature of the Gunfight

If you are running for political office, and you do not understand the underlying intellectual gunfight, then you are going to be incapable of choosing a side and helping to resolve the problem between state-centric forced collectivism and individual liberty.  Several names you need to know are Karl Marx and Sir Maynard Keynes, representing the Marxist state-centric forced collectivism side of the gunfight, and Ludwig von Mises, Nobel Laureate F. A. Hayek, Murray N. Rothbard and Milton Friedman, who represent the individual liberty side of the equation.

If you don't have at least one book by each of these individuals in your library, please do not think you have a positive contribution to make to any political endeavor.  You will do more damage than a blind surgeon.

Over 100,000,000 died in the 20th Century alone in this gunfight.

Trying to be a politician with no knowledge of these people is like running for President of the American Medical Association with no knowledge of how to take blood pressure.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Pledges to Date

We have pledges to the library so far of $11,200 in 2014 and $40,200 in 2015 for all activities.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

More than a Website

If you are a grownup willing to donate $100 a month to a Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange "Reading and Event Room" in your area or any area, I'd like to hear from you. The message of Liberty must be more than a website to change the world.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Monday, January 20, 2014

Chapman Dialogues With Presidential Candiate Robby Wells

Robby Wells:  Gene, if you are going to bash me before you know me, then unfriendly me. Qualifications you say? I venture to say that those with political experience have gotten this country in a mess. Career politician I am not. Former CEO, business owner, military service, and author I am. Common sense approach in my humble opinion, and since you mentioned you are on your way to a degree, I have a BA, MEd, and 33 hours towards a PhD. See if your favorite candidate will dialogue with you as well. Respectfully!

Gene:  To be viable, you need to show me three basic things. 1) Economics anywhere on your educational background, 2) Opposition to all 10 planks of "The Communist Manifesto" and 3) Opposition to "the eight dynamics of slavery." I'd endorse anyone with those qualifications for President. 

Gene Chapman, CEO 
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange. 

If you can give me that, I'll back you to the moon.

Ron Paul Day?

Question for Gene?
Should we have a national holiday for Ron Paul?

Gene's reply: I'd have a national holiday for Ron Paul, but I'd have it in a non-state approach. We just all take off work on Ron Paul's birthday. If the state decides to honor it, it should be independent of a legal effort by his followers.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Question for Gene?

Question:  "Mr. Chapman, are you gonna run for President again?"

Gene's reply:  No.  I don't foresee that in the near future.  I'm nine classes from my bachelor's degree in Economics, and a politician's job is to balance economic interests.  I'd probably even want to get some post graduate work in economics done before I considered that run.

I think my run for Texas Governor made clear that a split has been forced upon libertarianism by the state's requirement to swear or affirm allegiance to man's laws in opposition to Tolstoy's position in "The Kingdom Of God Is Within You."  I can better teach through the library approach, I can see.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

R. Lee Wrights Has Been A Visionary

R. Lee Wrights has probably accomplished more for libertarianism than any other single candidate running on the Libertarian ticket in the past several years.  Obviously, I'd like to see any LP candiate have the word, "Economics," present in their educational background;  however, his work in building a website that allows others to promote that essential element in a liberty-centric society is most noteworthy.

The only criticism I've been able to find in him is that he is operating on the assumption that the state will continue to exist after his election as Texas Governor, and everyone knows that that is not a serious criticism.  

His computer operations are doing a wonderful job, I understand, of bringing in new eyes to libertarianism, and this is the kind of building that the Libertarian Party needs in the short term.  

My litmus test for any candiate is about liberty, a comparison of their positions to the 10 planks of "The Communist Manifesto" and "The Eight Dynamics of Slavery," and R. Lee Wrights is the only candidate who passes all eighteen points with flying colors that I've seen anywhere on earth. 

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Seeking Booth Rental Prices for State Fair of Texas

Dear State Fair of Texas:

I am seeking pricing for a nice but humble booth at the State Fair of Texas next year for the Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange to distribute as many as 10,000 liberty-centric books to the fair-goers, along with promotional materials for the Libertarian Party.

Most respectfully,

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Donor Seeks to Expand Libertarian Education

I just heard from a big-time business executive here in Dallas that he wants to donate $100 a month for the rental and maintenance of a Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange reading room. If we get nine more, we'll have our first one up and running in no time.

This will help everything libertarian begin to blossom. 

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Friday, January 17, 2014

How to End the IRS/ Person Income Tax?

Well, I've been at this "end the IRS" business for going on eleven years in a public way.  Irwin Schiff isn't actually out to end the IRS but to end the application of the personal income tax (2nd plank of "The Communist Manifesto") on individuals, and I'm good with that.

I've worked with Rick Stanley's "Mutual Defense Pact" to negotiate positive ends, but that is so very risky to human life all around, and the Fed's like it for training, if nothing else.

I've made every attempt to teach Greek terms (i. e. andrapodistes) to charge up the troops and teach books on slavery (i. e. "The Slavery Of Our Times," by Leo Tolstoy).

I ran for President of the United States and then Governor of Texas, and it's like herding cats.

Now, I'm pushing the library approach, but everybody wants to sit in the comfort of their house and be dumbed down by computer learning.  I know how Ron Paul must feel to spend a life trying to teach and lead the unteachable and unleadable.  You're trying to build an army, and all you get is a bunch looking for a weenie roast.

But what else can a revolutionary do?  Can I throw my conscience away?

All I know to do at this point is to put serious books into the hands of politicians to weaken their assumptions that their taxes have any standing in moral law.  I just hope they read the books.  They do have an uncanny way of resigning from politics right after I propose they do just that:  Dick Armey, Rick Perry, Tom Pauken, Ben Bernanke.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Library Devolpment

I am seeing a path for the Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange to develop, as I interact with several Libertarian groups in Houston.  If we can get ten grown ups in a metropolitan area to put together $100 a month each for the library, then we can coordinate rent on a nice but humble space and payment of heat and air conditioning, along with maintenance of a 100 book library in each location.  We could seek to have each library location near a university or even law school, as law schools turn out the people who generally end up ruling over us in government.  

We would give out keys to all the major players, so each group and donor would have access to the library for liberty-centric events and study.  We would need a volunteer general manager to supervise the overall activities, so the a/c doesn't get left on forever and groups are sure to not be dominated by a single personality.

We want this to be a free area of study for students and even scholars who may not know about Rothbard or the Austrian School of Economics, etc.

So, $1,000 a months handles a nice but humble building for each library in an average metropolitan location.  A GM would loosely handle the overall activities.  And the world gains access to face-to-face interactions with libertarian books and people to create the full learning experience (critical thought).

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Thursday, January 16, 2014

"Judge not" -- make no legal determinations of others (Jesus Christ).

Man lashed 20 times in Nigerian court for sodomy

It is the first conviction of a gay man in Nigeria since President Goodluck Jonathan signed a bill that criminalizes homosexuality.
BAUCHI, Nigeria  — A young man convicted of sodomy was whipped 20 times Thursday in a northern Nigerian Shariah court.
Though Mubarak Ibrahim was found guilty under Shariah law, it is the first conviction of a gay man in Nigeria since President Goodluck Jonathan signed a bill that further criminalizes homosexuality under the West African nation's Western-style penal code.
Activists believe the new law has whipped up homophobia and endangers gay people in a country where lynchings and mob justice are common.
But the Muslim Rights Concern group on Thursday said it was "the other way round as the practice of homosexualism and lesbianism is most capable of instigating widespread hatred and turning society upside down."
It praised Jonathan for resisting pressures from Western powers that have condemned the law and urged them to stop what it called meddling in Nigerian internal affairs. "Most reprehensible is the attempt by foreign powers to intimidate and coerce Nigeria into absorbing their despicable culture by threatening to withhold foreign aid," it said.
In the city of Bauchi, 28-year-old Ibrahim, an unemployed artisan, pleaded guilty to committing one act of sodomy seven years ago. He said he was misled into the act by the principal of the high school he was attending and has not committed a homosexual act since.
Judge Nuhu Mohammed said he would spare Ibrahim the sentence of death by stoning because the crime occurred so many years ago and because the young man had shown "great remorse."
The 20 lashes were administered in the public court. Ibrahim also was ordered to pay a fine of 5,000 naira ($30). It was not immediately clear if he had been able to pay and go free.
He was among 12 men — 11 Muslims and one Christian — who have been arrested by police since Christmas for belonging to a gay club.
Dorothy Aken'Ova, a human rights activist whose organization is helping with lawyers, said police had lured four of the men, then tortured them into providing a list of 168 wanted gay men.
Shariah Commission chairman Mustapha Baba Ilela has denied any of those arrested were tortured. He told The Associated Press that police were hunting for other members of a gay club, but would not say how many.
The Same Sex Marriage Prohibition Act that Jonathan signed on Jan. 7 brought widespread condemnation from abroad — including the United States, Britain, Canada, the European Union and the United Nations.
The UNAIDS agency says the law could criminalize people in programs to fight HIV-AIDS. The U.S. says it violates the rights of all Nigerians to free speech and association.
Associated Press writer Michelle Faul contributed to this report from Lagos.

"Libertarian Coffee Club" Brainstorming

Interacting with the real estate fellow, it will cost $750 a month to rent a store-front in a strip mall here in Lewisville, Texas.  If we were to operate on a Starbucks pricing level, we would have to move just about seven cups of $4.00 tea or coffee per day in a thirty day month to cover basic rental costs, assuming we operate as a club, not as a business.

There is a heavy libertarian community in Denton at the University of North Texas, and the marijuana decriminalization group also operates about seven miles from Lewisville now in monthly meetings, I understand.  Of course, we are twenty-five miles from downtown Dallas and thirty-four miles from downtown Ft. Worth.  Hum.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

First Official "Libertarian School" (Book Club) Held Today in Ft. Worth, Texas

We just finished the first official "Libertarian School" (book club), an open face-to-face reading time of books relating to libertarian ideas.  We read several passages from "The Map and The Territory," by Former Federal Reserve Bank Chairman Alan Greenspan.  The event was held at Starbucks, and all went well.

For dates and times or to start your own Libertarian School (book club), let me know so I can promote it anywhere on earth.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

"If you want to get people on the same page, how 'bout we get 'em on the actual same page?"

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

What Sets Libertarians Apart?

I've long said that Democrats are those who don't read books, Republicans are those who stopped reading at graduation from college and Libertarians are those who never stopped.  If you don't know what the 10 planks of "The Communist Manifesto" or the dynamics of slavery are when you see them, how are you to be a Libertarian?  If you cannot compare Keynes to Rockwell or Tolstoy to Hitler or Marx to Friedman, how are you any different than a thug following a sharp tongued pirate?

Be Libertarians:  Read, Read, Read!!!

Join or form a Libertarian School (book club) in your home today!!!  Become the change society needs!!!

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

So Why Do We Need The State?

We now live in a world where everyone could own a mechanism of self defense (gun), if they wanted. Everyone could have cameras on everything they own all the time, if they wanted.  If you are attacked at 2 a. m., by any group other than the state, you have Twitter for immediate response from neighbors watching.

So, why do we need the state?

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Chapman Talking "Libertarian Tea Room" with Real Estate Company

Well, I'm tinkering around with an idea for a "Libertarian Tea Room," a small testing location for ideas to get people "reading the classics," as Ron Paul put it.  We know that face-to-face learning with paper books in hand is preferred by sociologists for developing critical thinking (comparison and contrast).

I'm interested in a Libertarian reading room, wherein a adult person or student could walk in off the street and grasp off a shelf pro-liberty books (the classics:  Locke, Tolstoy, Gandhiji, Rothbard, etc., etc., etc., etc.).  There would also be a section for the anti-liberty books of Marx, Stalin, Pol Pot, Mau, Hitler, Clinton, Obama, Bush, etc., to allow a full examination of various social and political thought processes. 

People could interact, with the pro-liberty position being the sponsored view of the reading room.  

We might over time have a wifi set up, so people could go online.  May a copy machine could fit at some point to allow students to do a full paper on site.  

In the end, these Libertarian Tea Rooms would be located near university campuses to reach students.  We would serve tea and coffee, with either a donor arrangement or a business model, which ever makes more economic and social sense.

I'm just getting some prices for locations in my head for a test location right now.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange
Mahatma Gandhi Global Library and Book Exchange

Libertarian School Update

The Libertarian School (book club), a two hour monthly meeting for open readings of books pertaining to Libertarianism anywhere on earth that you want to host one, has the following groups so far:

1)  Houston, TX:  The Houston Libertarian School is discussing dates for their first meeting.  I'll attend if I can, but I'm not the main thing.  You folks are the ones who are the back bone to keep these readings going strong and build strong Libertarians over time.  I have 100 million more Libertarian Schools to push, so don't hold the wagon for me.

2)  Ft. Worth, TX:  We have a group in Ft. Worth, Texas, who will have their first meeting soon.  We are also kicking around the idea of a "Libertarian Tea Room," a small hole-in-the-wall tea and coffee house serving tea and coffee (what else?) to university students near a campus here in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth area that will have to pay for itself.  Whether we want to make it a profit center to help expand the Libertarian message worldwide in a kind of Star Bucks global domination effort or just self sufficient is the topic of discussion now.

3)  Columbia, MO:  We have a Libertarian School already running in a bi-weekly study of Mises/ Rothbardian economic ideas in Columbia, MO.  This has already been going before us, but they are of the same cloth, and the studies are operated by a Ph. D. student.

4)  Nacogdoches, TX:  We have a commuter to Nacogdoches, who might be able to make contact through the week for a local Libertarian School (book club).

100 million more Libertarian Schools (book clubs) to go.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Monday, January 13, 2014

Libertarian Tea Room?

I'm tinkering around with a "Libertarian Tea Room" concept to provide a reading room with coffee and tea.  I'm not sure of whether to build a business around it or just leave it a donor based concept yet.  As a Gandhian, I do not wish to profit from my benevolence, but it does need a steady funding stream to make it grow, I think.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Interesting Exchange

Well, you ask a mountain of questions.  I'm a Tolstoyan ("swear not" -- give no allegiance to Caesar/ government, by oath or affirmation) Gandhian (one who worships God as Truth Only) Rothbardian (anarchist) Libertarian (you do it your way, I do it mine).  

I personally believe as we focus on "Truth and non-violence" (Gandhiji), a proper peaceful self governing world will present itself over time.  I believe that world is somewhere between Gandhiji's libertarian socialism and Rothbard's stateless society. I believe it is somewhere between my friend Noam Chomsky's Anarco-syndicalism and Lew Rockwell's Anarco-capitialism, but I do not push one direction or another.  I push for the lessening of state violence through education.  I push for knowledge to wash the earth, along with my mind, clean of ignorance.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Subject: Libertarian Library
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2014 13:58:21 -0500

Dear Gene,

I am XXXX  XXXXX, we conversed briefly on Facebook a few days ago about the Communism versus Capitalist / Democratic Society violence. I am looking through the blog you founded.

The ideas are terrific. It appears to be at the psychological level versus ideology. Some people believe that we can  approach our world from the intellectual level, still others philosophically, others force majeure by whatever the existing system of government and finance there is at the time (the go along, get along life). 

How do you see a world transformation to a libertarian mindset? How would you go from the "tragedy of the commons" to a more enlightened society? Is it strategy or the collision of ideas or ignorance mixed with religion(s) of all stripes?

I think at a basic level self reliance is a place to start but perhaps that is too much to ask for.

Where in the garden of ideas do you see your blog style? Who is it focused at? How did you choose your target or does the target choose you?

What is the target or solution you see that self propels a society? How do we dis-empower those who would continue to enslave us all without becoming slavers ourselves?


Welcome to My World

Well, the Libertarian Party is so lost it might as well be the Republican Party.  The Republican Party is so lost it might as well be the Nazi Party.  The Democratic Party and Green Party are so lost they might as well be the Communist Party.

Ron Paul tells us to read the classics, but society's attention span is so diluted and so lost reading the crap on the Internet that I have to go out of my own pocket to buy the classics to physically put in people's hands, in the hope that they will actually read them.  Thank God the classics actually work once read.

Welcome to my world.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Sunday, January 12, 2014

We need to test out some kind of "Libertarian Tea House/ Coffee House Reading Room" concept, maybe next door to a university, so it's not 100% donor required to spread the message of Liberty.

Gene Chapman, CEO 
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

"The Communist Manifesto," by Karl Marx and Frederick Engles

One English version in Stock.  Ready to mail worldwide at your request.

The most violent thing on earth is the state, and the worst of these is the Marxist state.  Understand the enemy of liberty by reading this central document of the most murderous and evil philosophy that ever was.  Responsible for enslaving the earth to this day, see with your own eyes the 10 planks of "The Communist Manifesto."

Saturday, January 11, 2014

The Dynamics of Slavery and Kathie Glass

1)  Taxation of the labor of un-condemned free persons.

2)  Taxation of the intrinsic value of property of un-condemned free persons (property being the physical manifestation of labor).

3)  Numbering un-condemned free persons as cattle.  (Kathie Glass supports E-verify and the possible loss of a business license if E-verify is not used for employment checks.  People have to be numbered for E-verify to work.  Also is indicative of the mark of the beast concept in the Christian religion:  Revelation 13:16.)

4)  Observation and control of the physical location of un-condemned free persons.

5)  Observation and Control of the activities and interrelationships of un-condemned free persons.

6)  Control of weapon possession of un-condemned free persons.

7)  Control of education and information flow of un-condemned free persons.  (Kathie Glass openly supports the 10th plank of "The Communist Manifesto" on her campaign website:  Government indoctrination day camps for children.)

8)  Control of the monetary system/ activities of un-condemnd free persons.

Kathie Glass -- Wrong for liberty, right for slavery.

Friday, January 10, 2014

Three Libertarian Schools Going

We have three Libertarian Schools set up or in the process of being set up in Houston, TX, Ft. Worth, TX and Columbia, MO.

Houston, TX:  February 22, 2014, between 2 p. m. and 4 p. m. is the expected first meeting of the two hour public reading session of libertarian books in Houston, Texas.  I have room for three guests to ride down from Dallas and back with me.

Ft. Worth, TX:  We plan to have the first Ft. Worth Libertarian School in days.  Contact me for time and date.

Columbia, MO:  This is a bi-weekly Rothbardian/ Mises economics study group run by a Ph. D. student.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange
P. O. Box 295545
Lewisville, TX 75029

"If you want to get people on the same page, how 'bout we get 'em on the actual same page?"

"If you want to get people on the same page, how 'bout we get 'em on the actual same page?" -- join a Libertarian School "book club" today (

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Tremendous Reception for Library in Llano, Texas!!!

 Gene gives a book to an appreciative Llano Tea Party member.

The room early on.

Well, we knocked it out of the park tonight with the Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange at the Llano Tea Party event.  I passed out just under twenty copies of "The Kingdom Of God Is Within You," by Leo Tolstoy, along with fifty fliers for the Libertarian School concept.  About six separate ladies through the evening expressed that they had been wanting to start a "book club," but they just never got around to verbalizing it yet and considered our activities would get them talking along those lines.  Two were retired school teachers excited about our work, so I don't think we've heard the last of this interaction.

There were about 125 to 170 people present, with eighteen candidates, including a sitting Texas Supreme Court Judge, who I think got a book, as I remember.  They snapped those free books up like they were free Elvis autographs.

Thanks to the donor who made it possible for the books to be passed out tonight.  We may have just seen the seminal moments of a genuine revolution.

"If you want to get people on the same page, how 'bout we get 'em on the actual same page?"

Gene Chapman
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Chapman Withdraws from Texas Gubernatorial Race

After an email exchange with my last open door to an effort to regain placement on the candidate list, I am withdrawing my candidacy for Texas Governor and endorsing R. Lee Wrights for the Libertarian nomination for Texas Governor.  I am convinced that the decision has had a full hearing and is not a Glass duo coercion from this point forward (see: and

Good luck to R. Lee Wrights, the closest thing to Chapman you're gonna get.

Gene Chapman,
Tolstoyan-Gandhian-Rothbardian Libertarian Candidate for Texas Governor
[Endorsed by Dr. Noam Chomsky (Intellectual of the Age) and Dr. Ravindra Kumar (World's Most Prominent Gandhian Intellectual)] 

Llano Tomorrow

My guest and I will be leaving Ft. Worth tomorrow about 12 noon for the Tea Party event in Llano, Texas.  I'll be going to pass out about 15 remaining copies of "The Kingdom Of God is Within You," by Leo Tolstoy and invite readers to being Libertarian Schools:  2 hour reading sessions each month of libertarian books in a home or restaurant.

I also reached out to Ron Paul's curriculum group about getting coloring books and children's books on liberty to keep the kids learning and entertained during these Libertarian School events.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Mahatma Gandhi Global Library and Book Exchange
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Libertarian School in Harris County Feb. 22nd

We have February 22, 2014 penciled in as the date for our first Libertarian School.  It will be held in Houston, Texas from about 2 to 4 p. m.  We'll have open public readings of Libertarian books from the group for the two hours, along with discussion and strategy session.

I have room in my car for three guests for the day trip from Dallas to Houston and back.  I plan to leave home at 8 a. m., will eat breakfast/ lunch in Buffalo, Texas, half way to Houston and return by 11 p. m. that night back to Dallas.  If anyone would like to go, you are welcome to help cover gas, if you can (about $15/ no pressure).  About $20 for food should cover your meals on the low end.  It's a nice day off from Dallas, if you want to go meet some Libertarians.

Gene Chapman, CEO
Libertarian Global Library and Book Exchange

Chapman Campaign Grievances

Behind every petty temporal law, there is a badge and a gun and a threat of death from the state.

1)  Thou shalt cut thy grass to 6" on pain of death.

2)  Thou shalt have a tag on the front of thy car on pain of death.

3)  Thou shalt have a tag on the back of thy car on pain of death.

4)  Thou shalt have auto liability insurance on pain of death.

5)  Thou shalt not disagree with the badge holder on pain of death.

6)  Thou shalt have a car inspection tag on pain of death.

7)  Thou shalt not express reservation to the badge holder on pain of death.

8)  Thou shalt pay taxes on thy labor on pain of death.

9)  Thou shalt pay taxes on the intrinsic value of thy property on pain of death.

10)  Thou shalt not possess a marijuana cigarette on pain of death.

11)  Thou shalt not possess a 64 ounce drink on pain of death.

12)  Thou shalt not be mentally handicapped in public on pain of death.

13)  Thou shalt allow the state full access to thy medical records on pain of death.

14)  Thou shalt allow the state to observe thine activities on pain of death.

15)  Thou shalt not carry and unlicensed gun on pain of death.

16)  Thou shalt have a social security number on pain of death.

17)  Thou shalt have government issued photo identification in thine possession on pain of death.

18)  Thou shalt not possess the unsanctioned photo on pain of death.

19)  Thou shalt sign all government paperwork placed before thee on pain of death.

20)  Thou shalt have a building permit for everything on thy property on pain of death.

21)  Thou shalt not be the wrong skin color in public on pain of death.

22)  Thou shalt not violate the unmarked speed zone on pain of death.

Wouldn't you like to live in a non-violent society?  Then vote for candidates who will not take the oath of office when elected.  Swear not/ Do not take oaths (ends the state and all its systems of violence).

Gene Chapman,
Tolstoyan-Gandhian-Rothbardian Libertarian Candidate for Texas Governor
[Endorsed by Dr. Noam Chomsky (Intellectual of the Age) and Dr. Ravindra Kumar (World's Most Prominent Gandhian Intellectual)]