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Libertarian Party of Texas, Waller County Affiliate

We promote individual liberty and personal responsibility through smaller government, lower taxes, fewer regulations, and more freedom overall. 

OUR Platform

The right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. This means that any and all gun laws are unconstitutional. You have the right to protect yourself, your property, and your loved ones by any means necessary. Your ability to protect yourself should not be limited and furthermore, should be equal to any threat that may be received.

Gun control is a hotly contested issue in today’s society as it has been for years past; however, there exists an undeniable truth that must be acknowledged – the Second Amendment of The United States Constitution guarantees citizens their right to keep and bear arms. This means that any laws which seek to restrict this inherent freedom are unconstitutional and thus invalid in all 50 states.

The Founding Fathers clearly intended for Americans to have access to firearms, as evidenced by the Second Amendment’s inclusion within The Bill of Rights; furthermore, it is important to note that this amendment was included specifically “in order to prevent any abuse” (Pennsylvania State Constitutional Ratifying Convention – June 1789). This implies a need for citizens to be able to protect themselves and their property in the event of an attack or other emergency.

The right to bear arms is not only protected by The Second Amendment, but it also serves as a deterrent against tyranny; thus, any law which seeks to restrict this freedom would ultimately serve to disarm citizens – something that no democracy should ever consider doing without due cause and proper legal process.

In conclusion: the right of Americans to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed upon by any laws or other measures enacted at either state, local, or federal levels; this is a fundamental freedom which must always remain intact for citizens’ protection against all threats – both foreign and domestic.

We take a strong stance against military intervention and foreign wars, believing such actions to be unjustified use of force by one nation-state against another. We advocate for peaceful resolutions between nations through diplomatic means instead of armed conflict.

The Federal Government has overstretched our military across the world, creating more and more enemies, while leaving America and its citizens vulnerable. Our military should be focused on domestic security. Our service members deserve better than to be deployed to countries that have not attacked or declared war on the U.S.

The United States should strive to resolve international conflicts in an nonviolent manner whenever possible. Diplomatic solutions are the most effective way to address disputes and ensure long term stability, as opposed to military intervention which can often create more problems than it solves. We must be willing to engage with other countries on a diplomatic level if we want meaningful change in global affairs; this includes being open minded towards different cultures and perspectives while still standing up for our own values.

Government health mandates violate the right to bodily autonomy. We believe you have the right to control your property (self) as you see fit. The state has no right to tell individuals how to live their lives. The Waller County Libertarian Party is against both mask and vaccine mandates. These decisions should be made by the individual based on their own beliefs and assessments.

The government should not be able to infringe upon a person’s rights when it comes to making decisions about their own body and health, as this violates the individual’s bodily autonomy. Everyone has the right to make choices regarding what they put into their bodies or do with them without interference from outside parties such as government entities. The state should not be allowed to dictate how individuals live their lives in regards to personal decisions that don’t harm anyone else, and this includes health-related matters like masks and medications.

The 10th amendment guarantees all rights not granted to the Federal Government should be reserved to the states or to the people. This means that the power of the Federal Government should be limited as outlined in the constitution and all other matters sent back to the states.  Local governments know the unique wants and needs of the populations they represent better than a centralized government. Take the power away from Washington, DC and give it back to those who can help the citizens they represent.

Any powers which are not explicitly given to the federal government by the Constitution must remain with either the individual state governments or directly with their citizens. This means that there is an inherent limit on how much power and influence the Federal Government can have over its people – a check-and-balance system between multiple levels of government, all working together in harmony to ensure rights are respected by both states as well as individuals.

Any powers which may be granted to the federal government must remain within those limits set out in the Constitution; this means no additional or expanded power can ever be taken from individual state governments nor their citizens without direct amendment of said constitution – a process which is difficult and requires 3/4 of the states to approve. This ensures that any rights not explicitly granted to the Federal Government must remain with either State Governors, Legislatures, or directly with its people; this further reinforces the idea that individual state governments are responsible for protecting their citizens’ constitutional right from federal overreach and interference – a responsibility which is shared between all 50 states.

Each and every person is entitled to the fruits of their labor without the State stealing from them. You know what the best use of your money is better than some faceless bureaucrat. Federal income, property, and estate taxes should be eliminated immediately. The Fed should also be abolished. Their manipulation and printing of money devalues our currency, weakening the buying power of Americans’ dollars while creating boom/bust cycles that help the rich and hurt the lower and middle classes.

Taxes are theft because they are a compulsory levy on the income or property of citizens, which is taken by the government and used for its own purposes, regardless of whether or not the citizen agrees with the use of their money. This is in contrast to voluntary donations or payments, which are given with the understanding that the money will be used for a specific purpose. Taxation thus takes money from citizens without their consent, and thus is theft.

If there is no victim, there is no crime. It is not for anyone to dictate their morality or feelings upon anyone else. While some people might find certain actions to be morally abhorrent, it is not the responsibility of society to control how an individual lives their life if the consequences of those actions only affect the individual.

This idea reflects a fundamental principle of liberal thought and individual autonomy. It emphasizes the importance of personal freedom and suggests that individuals should have the right to live their lives as they see fit, as long as they are not causing harm to others. This concept challenges the notion that society should intervene and dictate moral standards or personal choices.

The core principle behind this idea is that individuals have the right to make their own decisions and lead their lives according to their own values, beliefs, and preferences. It acknowledges that people have different moral codes and that it is not the role of society to enforce a singular moral framework upon everyone. By recognizing the autonomy and agency of individuals, this perspective promotes a pluralistic society that respects diversity and promotes personal liberty.

In this context, the concept of victimhood becomes crucial. It argues that for an action to be considered a crime, there must be a clear and identifiable victim who has suffered harm or damage as a result of that action. Without a victim, there is no direct impact on others, and therefore, society should not intervene or criminalize the behavior. This perspective supports the idea that individuals should be held accountable primarily for actions that cause harm or infringe upon the rights of others.

The debt that is being accumulated by the Federal Government is the biggest threat to our nation’s prosperity. It is not fair to future generations that we spend ourselves into oblivion and leave our children and grandchildren to pay the consequences of our actions; it is the worst form of taxation without representation. Economically, the current spending and accumulation of debt is not sustainable, therefore, it is time for Washington, DC to get their affairs in order.

The current spending and debt accumulation is unsustainable. When a government consistently spends more than it generates in taxes, it relies on borrowing to bridge the gap. This leads to a range of adverse effects. Rising debt levels can increase interest payments, diverting funds from productive investments into servicing debt. It can also crowd out private investment, leading to reduced economic growth and job creation. Moreover, excessive debt can undermine confidence in the economy, resulting in higher borrowing costs, inflationary pressures, and a weakened currency.

The Federal Government must begin implementing measures to control spending, reduce budget deficits, and ultimately stabilize and reduce the national debt. This involves making difficult choices such as cutting back on non-essential expenditures, prioritizing long-term investments over short-term gains (stop the boom and bust cycle!), and exploring fiscal reforms. By taking decisive action, the government can work towards a more sustainable fiscal trajectory and alleviate the burden placed on future generations.


Monthly Meeting

Our next event is at Main Event (24401 Katy Freeway, Katy, TX 77494) on March 26th at 2pm. We will be bowling and playing laser tag!

Contact us

Get in touch if you have questions about the party, want to volunteer, or talk to like-minded people about libertarian principles.

Upcoming Events

The Waller County LP also participates in outreach events within the community. We strive to make Waller County more free!

OUR County Executive Committee
Jacob Bradley

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