A goal of the Libertarian Party of Dallas County is to promote discussion of overreaching, intrusive government. LPDC is willing to provide a libertarian perspective on the issues of the day to the media and other groups. We are also open to collaboration with groups with whom we have some overlapping principles; the agreement need not be 100%. Perhaps the relationship is as simple as notifying each other of events of mutual interest. Or it could be deeper collaboration such as speaking at each others’ events or hosting joint events.
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Curry Taylor – Curry is the Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of Dallas County. Curry has been a libertarian since his early undergraduate years, and has been a formal, contributing member of the LP since 2000. A doctorate of condensed matter physics from Cornell University, Curry has thought deeply and in detail about the philosophy of libertarianism for many years. Curry was an officer in the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign libertarian club, and he started up the College Libertarians at Cornell University, which grows stronger every year. Curry was active in county LP groups in both New York and Oregon. As a scientist, Curry is very interested in how science funding will look in a purely libertarian world. He is also interested in the question of how to formally specify a completely ethical society in terms of libertarian principles in the framework of a robust constitution which transcends older paradigms such as country, religion, geography, and culture. He is further interested in methods of how to prevent such a constitution, once established, from being corrupted or ignored by future generations.
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