Dan Behrman

February 11, 2021

Black Market Insulin – What the Government Doesn’t Want You To Know

Diabetes is a disease affecting more than 34 million Americans. To many of them, insulin is a life-saving medication. You should be outraged at the price of insulin in the US In the United States, a month’s supply of insulin might cost $100. In most other countries, it is closer to $12. It only costs $3 to manufacture. To put this into perspective, a year’s supply would be $1,200 when it could be just $144. The problem is simple to solve, but there is a lot of political power keeping those prices high. This is the reason Dan Taxation Is…

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May 19, 2020

Presidential Candidate Dan Behrman Working with US Catholic Bishops and National Health Care Providers to Increase ‘House Calls’ Antibody Testing for Lower Socioeconomic Populations

For Immediate Release: (New York, NY) –  The number of Covid-infected persons in the US continues to climb past 1.5 million with over 90,000 deaths. Of those who are infected, it is critical they are tested for Covid antibodies after they have self-quarantined, or have been released from the hospital, to stop the spread of the virus and to determine if their antibodies and plasma can be leveraged in the development of a vaccine. “Knowledge is power,” said Dan Behrman, Candidate, Behrman 2020. “It’s no secret that Covid is devastating the African American and Hispanic populations. Action needs to be…

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May 6, 2020

Dear Black People:

Dear Black People: Yes, there is systematic racism perpetrated on you by both the Democrats and Republicans. First they enslaved you, but you fought back. They didn’t want to free you but they did. That was the republicans. The Democrats were against it. Now that you were free, they didn’t want you in their schools or their churches or their businesses unless they could hire you at slave wages. They used the government to enforce this with laws preventing sympathetic white people from hiring you or even using their schools or drinking fountains. Those laws went away but many still…

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April 15, 2020

[Video] Which 2020 Presidential Candidate just quoted Bender Bending Rodriguez?

With everyone in lockdown and all the media attention on the COVID-19 pandemic, we haven’t been hearing so much about the presidential race lately. But while most politicians are in hiding from the virus in their mansions, many presidential hopefuls have moved to the internet to get their point across. In this virtual debate hosted by The Exchange and Moderated by Kevin Warmhold, Brian Nichols, and Jake Gutowitz 2020 Presidential Candidate broadcasted a message from his home in Mexico about the benefits of homeschooling, and how Americans should start looking to this as the future to improve their lives. Dan Taxation Is Theft Behrman…

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April 12, 2020

Don’t pay that lockdown citation until you read this!

Many people are frustrated with the “stay at home” or “shelter in place” orders. Rightfully so, these are in direct violation of the Constitution and a violation of our human rights. Isolation is a torture technique that has been used in illegal wars, and locking someone in their home can cause psychological effects like depression, anxiety, neurological damage, and more. This is not a normal human condition. We want social contact and we want freedom. This weekend, a church held a drive in Easter service, where the congregation enjoyed the service from their cars. Police issued citations to attendees. Even in Germany…

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March 27, 2020

A Hall Pass for America

In what world do you hire someone to force you to do things against your will, and to rob from you if you don’t follow their instructions. This, of course, is not something anyone would ever do. It is said that the American government is one “of the people, by the people and for the people”. It is a constitutional republic, which literally means a thing that belongs to the people. Government employees are legally public servants. But any time there is a natural or man-made disaster, they are right there to take our rights away. Due to the COVID-19…

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March 25, 2020

Nobody should have to work

At first glance, saying that nobody should have to work sounds like something Karl Marx would be happy to hear. It’s actually quite the opposite. Right now everyone is afraid of what will happen with this lockdown. Many people can’t get to work, businesses aren’t bringing in the same revenue, people are worried about getting evicted or falling behind on their bills. There is a lot of fear that is all built on top of a foundation of the expectation that money will always keep circulating at an ever increasing rate. For months leading up to the Coronavirus shutdown, many…

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March 23, 2020

Flattening the curve may be a distraction from a bigger problem

We have heard a lot about flattening the curve lately, as it relates to the government’s plan to control the future of the corona virus. But in typical government fashion, it is simply treating the symptoms and not curing the problem. The curve represents the number of people who will get sick over time. Based on the estimates, if left unchecked, the curve will rise far above the capacity of our healthcare system to treat people. The government’s solution is to suppress the outbreak in terms of the number of people who contract it simultaneously, resulting in the entire epidemic…

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March 20, 2020

Conventions: How to proceed

Texas is home to both the LP Texas state convention, and the national Libertarian Party convention. It has already declared a state of emergency and ordered that large meetings not take place. If these orders continue, both of these conventions will be postponed or canceled. This could be disasterous to the Libertarian Party’s ballot access. If nominations are not made, candidates will not be declared, petitioning can not begin, and the dominoes will keep falling. This is my proposal to move forward with conventions, open, of course, to improvements. First, we have to admit that there is a war on…

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March 2, 2020

Open letter to the Libertarian Party of Texas

Note: this article includes updates at the end. After a number of weeks working to gather funds for the Libertarian Party of Texas, in an effort to be included in their debate to be hosted on April 17, I have been informed that they have included two more podiums, rather than just including the top five candidates. This is, in effect, altering the agreement made to donors and candidates who participated in raising more than $16,000 for the party. I am not accusing anyone of intentional fraud, but I would like to point out that their actions, if not addressed,…

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