Episode 25

Moore Elected Libertarians, with Jennifer Moore


Moore Elected Libertarians

Ken’s guest is Jennifer Moore, Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania and the elected auditor of Upper Providence township, discussing the challenges she faced in her court-contested election, and how she helped orchestrate the upcoming uncontested elections of dozens more Libertarians. The listener-submitted questions include DUI checkpoints and liquor store privatization.

What “sticks in Ken’s craw” this week? Pennsylvania’s self-manufactured troubles

Guest Cohort and Toastmaster Narrator: Ariel Kamen of the Drexel University Toastmasters

Found in this episode:

What’s in the Mail Bag?

  • Three DUI checkpoints in Montgomery Township? Not the most efficient, not the cheapest, and definitely not constitutional
  • Hauling away in irons people who are not drunk – and the cops know it!
  • Why privatize liquor stores? Certainly they should close early, be closed on holidays, refuse to carry random brands, and make it a crime to shop in other states. NOT!
  • The relic known as the Johnstown Flood Tax on alcohol purchases: 80+ years after the flood and the rebuilding are a dim memory, yet it lingers on and on.

A Conversation with Jennifer Moore

  • The basics of Pennsylvania’s third-largest political party
  • How to withstand a court challenge to getting on the ballot
  • How to win dozens of elections for the Libertarian Party
  • The annoying powers of an elected Pennsylvania auditor

What Sticks in Ken’s Craw? Pennsylvania’s self-manufactured troubles

  • A long laundry list of lousy legislation, including out-of-control spending, racist courts vilified law-abiding gun owners, the opioid crisis, over-militarized police, second-class citizenships, rigged elections, the trashed Pennsylvania constitution, and more, sad to say.
  • What’s the solution? Stop voting for the perpetrators: The two old parties.



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