October - News & Events for Multnomah Libertarians



Multnomah Libertarians are mentioned in the Oregonian, in reference to our
opposition to  Measure 26-224 ($450,000,000 PCC bond)

The Multnomah Libertarians and Taxpayers Association of Oregon submitted
arguments in opposition, arguing, among other things, that Portland Community
College has seen a decline in enrollment and has “no medium-term need for
expanded facilities.”

The school has seen a 25% decline in enrollment since before the pandemic,
following both state and national enrollment trends at community colleges, enrollment
Dean Ryan Clark told The Oregonian/OregonLive. Full article

Events for Multnomah Libertarians 

I’ve just met with the security and blockchain professionals who will be
leading our “Not Your Keys, Not Your Crypto” webinar event that will kick
off our organizing convention this Wednesday, October 19th at 7pm -
and I am thoroughly impressed. Libertarians are often early to trends in
technology, diet, & various social trends.

In that spirit, the Multnomah Libertarians organization will provide valuable
skill training for our members as we head into a turbulent economic era
with pertinent information on how to best take custody of your crypto-assets. 

This event will lead into our online organizing convention which shall occur
if we are able to bring together 16 registered Libertarian residents of
Multnomah County.

Should we not obtain a quorum of sixteen, I want to ask the attendees, and you,
our Multnomah Libertarians to support our official affiliation with the
Libertarian Party of Oregon - so that we can coordinate on voter data, and
strategize on how extend our influence in opposing the worst things the County:
the assaults on property rights, insanity via taxation, and the general
  anarcho-tyrannical state of affairs inside Multnomah County.

What is anarcho-tyranny? Simply put, anarcho-tyranny is a stage of governmental
dysfunction in which the state is hopeless at coping with large matters but ruthlessly
tyrannical in the enforcement of small ones (masks were the only law in Portland in
2020). If this sounds familiar, help us get to quorum and form an official chapter
of the Libertarian Party of Multnomah County on Wednesday night.  

If you can’t make it Wednesday, consider a small donation to our PAC so we
can support libertarian voices of Multnomah in 2022, 2023 and beyond: here


Liberty on the Rocks - Multnomah Libertarians Taco Tuesday

  • WHAT: Join the Multnomah Libertarians for a Happy Hour at the
    Matador on Williams. There is no agenda, only tacos & drinks! 

  • WHERE: 4111 N Williams Ave · Portland, OR

  • WHEN: Tuesday, October 18, 2022 at 5:00 PM 

  • COST: Free to attend; pay for what you eat and drink from their marvelous
    happy hour menu. 

Not your keys, not your crypto - webinar & organizing convention 

  • WHAT:  Purpose: Get 16 registered Libertarians from Multnomah on a
    Zoom meeting to adopt the bylaws and form a Libertarian Party of
    Multnomah County affiliate. Read our proposed
    bylaws here.

    We will start with a half-hour presentation to train our members on
    valuable skills prior to the organizing convention. This month’s topic
    is how to take custody of your crypto currency to maximize your autonomy
    over your financial stake in this technological advance.

    This event will be an overview of self-custody with regard to crypto -
    we are not offering financial advice or advocating purchase of any

  • WHERE: On Zoom - register and say “attending” on the meetup event
    to access the Zoom link (or reply to this email):

  • WHEN: Wednesday, October 19, 2022 at 7:00 PM 

  • COST: Free.

Halloween Party

  • WHAT: A costume (optional) party with fellow Multnomah, Clackamas & Oregon


  • WHERE: 22200 SE Stark St, Gresham, OR 97030

  • WHEN: Saturday, October 29th at 8PM

  • COST: Free, pay for what you eat & drink

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