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Dave Nalle is Executive Director of the Texas Liberty Foundation, Chairman of the Center for Foreign and Defense Policy, South Central Regional Director for the Republican Liberty Caucus and an advisory board member at the Coalition to Reduce Spending. He was Texas State Director for the Gary Johnson Presidential campaign, an adviser to the Ted Cruz senatorial campaign, Communications Director for the Travis County Republican Party and National Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus. He has also consulted on many political campaigns, specializing in messaging. Before focusing on political activism, he owned or was a partner in several businesses in the publishing industry and taught college-level history for 20 years.

Super Tuesday Live Chat Event

Live chat with politicos, pundits and pinheads discussing the election returns tonight. Read More »

The Gingrich Deception

Some candidates think you can fool enough of the people enough of the time to steal an election. Read More »

Internet Grassroots Offers Sensible Alternative to SOPA

A collaborative effort on Reddit has produced a working draft of a good legislative alternative to SOPA. Read More »

Who is Behind the Santorum Surge?

If the media loves Santorum shouldn't that be a strong warning that he's probably not the right guy to bean Obama? Read More »

Chris Christie’s Gay Marriage Dilemma

Gov. Chris Christie finds himself between a rock and a hard place in the battle for marriage equality. Read More »

Marriage Bigot Branding Embraces Androgyny

The choice of branding sometimes says more than you intend about your worldview. Read More »

FBI Warns that Americans Are Now a Threat to America

The FBI's concern over "Sovereign Citizens" seems designed more to intimidate the public than to address a real threat. Read More »

The Rise of the Heinlein Republican

Can Newt Gingrich's personal life and strange obsessions be explained by the influence of Robert Heinlein? Read More »

Join the Fight for Online Liberty While You Still Have Some

Stand up for freedom on the internet while you still can. Read More »

The NDAA is Much Less “Fixed” than They Claim

The NDAA issue now comes down to an argument between those who believe the NDAA should have protected the rights of citizens and those to whom those rights have no meaning. Read More »