10 Meetup Groups match “Libertarian Party” near Indianapolis, IN
Welcome to the official Meetup page of the Libertarian Party Of Indiana. View the events put on by the State and county parties.
This Meetup group is the home of meetings and in-depth discussion groups for Libertarians in the Indianapolis region, and anyone else that wants to come learn more about the libertarian philosophy. Membership in the Libertarian Party is not required, but then again don't expect comments about "wasted votes" to be taken kindly. :-) Libertarians believe in being served by a small, non-intrusive government that is financially responsible, administratively competent and socially tolerant.
Meet libertarians near you! Come to a spirited Meet-up to share your thoughts on the Obama presidency, smaller government, social tolerance, and local activism. Meetings will be held in downtown Noblesville.
After Hours is an easy going, fun social event designed to bring together Hoosiers for political discussion. It is hosted by the Libertarian Party of Indiana and the Indiana TEA Party, but open to anyone and everyone! Please bring friends! An event will be held at a location right off of the I-465 loop in Indianapolis. We’ll rotate to the four sides of town to include everyone. There will be no business meetings, no agendas, an no planned activism. Just regular get-togethers and social ev …
Patriotic Indiana Tea Party groups committed to America's liberty. Please - Always keep comments relevant to the topic and keep comments family-friendly: no foul language and no personal attacks on members. We have the right to remove members who do not adhere the guidelines. Our mission: To restore limited government, fiscal responsibility, and accountable representation through citizen activism and education, in order to preserve the Constitution for the United States of America.
The mission of this group is to change the Two Party System in indianapolis to Approval voting(also called Instant runoff Ranked voting). We are also here to educate people on this alternative form of voting that gives 3rd parties a fair shot. After changing Indianapolis we hope to change it at the state level and encourage other states to do the same. What is approval voting? https://www.youtube.c... For more information http://www.fairvote.org/
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Patriotic local group in Greater Indianapolis area committed to America's liberty. Please - Always keep comments relevant to the topic and keep comments family-friendly: no foul language and no personal attacks on members. We have the right to remove members who do not adhere the guidelines. Our mission: To restore limited government, fiscal responsibility, and accountable representation through citizen activism and education, in order to preserve the Constitution for the United States of Am …
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This meetup is for the John Birch Society and anybody interested in liberty on the south side of Indianapolis. This group is dedicated to the US Constitution and Americanism. The John Birch Society is much like some of the more liberty-oriented, consistent tea parties, but has been promoting liberty for over 50 years. Our motto is: "Less government, more responsibility, and -- with God's help -- a better world."
Are you drawn toward pertinent and meaningful conversation? Are you inclined to ask forbidden questions? Are you even more inclined once you've had a pint or two? Do you adamantly disagree with the prevailing etiquette that conversations of politics and religion are to be avoided at the bar? The Drunken Philosophers Meet-up is intended to provide such an outlet. Join the party, share a pint and a point of view. Make impassioned and persuasive arguments and be prepared to learn from others. The g …
Our goal is to work with local groups and organizations to promote the ideas of our founding fathers, to educate the public of these ideas and how we can use our resources to offset the coming unconstitutional legislation in Washington D.C. "The state of peace is that which most improves the manners and morals, the prosperity and happiness of mankind." --Thomas Jefferson to Noah Worcester, 1817. ME 18:299
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