In 1977 there were just 44 breweries in the US. The beer situation was so bad that there was a black market for the ‘luxury’ beer, Coors.
Jimmy Carter set the hops free in 1978 when he signed a law allowing limited home brewing. This small piece of deregulation...
...led to a huge variety of beer. Beer for everyone, no matter your taste! Today there is bitter beer, sour beer, dark beer, fruit beer, high gravity beer…there’s even maple bacon beer. Now there are over 2,800 breweries in the US and beer drinkers have never been happier...
...When the limits where lifted, people where free to choose and the beer flourished.
The media, that 4th Estate that's supposed to report all the news, has told you you have to choose between Bud and Coors...
We're here to tell you you have another choice this election, a choice of rational freedom and true liberty. We ask that you make the choice for all your freedoms, all the time and #Vote for #Jorgensen2020!
#Elections2020 #BeBoldVoteGold #VoteForHer

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7 Jun
#VictimlessCrime - A Thread

Victimless Crimes are defined as a “crime” that harms no one. An offense that has not harmed (or tried to harm), stolen, or violated the rights of another person.
Each year over 4 million arrests are made for these crimes without a victim. 750,000 are currently in prison for a #victimlesscrime, while over 3 million are in parole or probation.
Think about that. 4 million people. No one was harmed or had their rights violated by them. These are people arrested for prostitution, drug possession, being unable to pay burdensome fines, being drunk in public.
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2 Jun
The Insurrection Act of 1807 states that it can only be enacted when states have exhausted their own resources. President Trump has threatened to invoke the Insurrection Act nationwide, even without the express consent of state governors. This is unconstitutional.
As President, I would never deploy American troops on our own soil. States and localities can, and should, engage in deescalation tactics to calm the situation and come to a solution within their own communities.
Property destruction and violence against innocent people is wrong. I fully support the right of individuals to protect themselves, and their property with our second amendment right to bear arms.
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