May 31, 2016

2016 Libertarian Party Nominee Gary Johnson Acceptance Speech

Gov. Gary Johnson won the 2016 Libertarian Party Presidential Nomination on the second ballot with 55%… [more]

2016 Libertarian Party Nominee Gary Johnson Acceptance Speech 2016 Libertarian Party Nominee Gary Johnson Acceptance Speech

Chelsea Manning Pardoned, Charges Dropped on Snowden, Day One, says Libertarian Presidential Candidate Darryl Perry

While nationally-known Libertarian Party Presidential Candidates Gary Johnson and John McAfee have been… [more]

Chelsea Manning Pardoned, Charges Dropped on Snowden, Day One, says Libertarian Presidential Candidate Darryl Perry Chelsea Manning Pardoned, Charges Dropped on Snowden, Day One, says Libertarian Presidential Candidate Darryl Perry

Libertarian Gary Johnson Wants to Make America Sane Again

Former two-term Governor of New Mexico Gary Johnson is again seeking the Libertarian Party's nomination… [more]

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Libertarian Candidate John McAfee Is Ready for a Street Fight with Trump and Clinton

John McAfee holds no illusions about how difficult it would be for the Libertarian Party Nominee to win… [more]

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Libertarian Candidate Austin Petersen Believes He Can Win with Fellow Millenials, Conservatives, Social Democrats

Austin Petersen makes the "boy president" John F. Kennedy seem like an elder statesman. Petersen wasn't… [more]

Libertarian Candidate Austin Petersen Believes He Can Win with Fellow Millenials, Conservatives, Social Democrats Libertarian Candidate Austin Petersen Believes He Can Win with Fellow Millenials, Conservatives, Social Democrats

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2016 Libertarian Party Nominee Gary Johnson Acceptance Speech

Gov. Gary Johnson won the 2016 Libertarian Party Presidential Nomination on the second ballot with 55% of the delegate vote. Austin Petersen was 2nd with 21% John McAfee was 3rd with 14% Johnson’s acceptance speech is below.    

Chelsea Manning Pardoned, Charges Dropped on Snowden, Day One, says Libertarian Presidential Candidate Darryl Perry

While nationally-known Libertarian Party Presidential Candidates Gary Johnson and John McAfee have been capturing headlines, grassroots activist Darryl Perry has been running what he calls an efficient retail politicking campaign, participating in debates at the state and local level. Many of the delegates here at the convention have called Perry the purest libertarian candidate. Scott […]

Libertarian Gary Johnson Wants to Make America Sane Again

Former two-term Governor of New Mexico Gary Johnson is again seeking the Libertarian Party’s nomination for President of the United States. And while Johnson has polled as high as 11% in multiple polls against Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, he faces tougher competition for the LP nomination than he did four years ago with nationally-known […]

Libertarian Candidate John McAfee Is Ready for a Street Fight with Trump and Clinton

John McAfee holds no illusions about how difficult it would be for the Libertarian Party Nominee to win the White House. He does see 2016 as a historic opportunity to spread the libertarian message of personal liberty, privacy and self-ownership. “We all know it stops in November,” said McAfee. “What can we do in those […]

Libertarian Candidate Austin Petersen Believes He Can Win with Fellow Millenials, Conservatives, Social Democrats

Austin Petersen makes the “boy president” John F. Kennedy seem like an elder statesman. Petersen wasn’t even eligible to run when he announced his candidacy for the Libertarian Party’s Presidential Nomination (he’s since turned 35 and is fully eligible). As the first “millennial” candidate, Petersen believes he can not only attract young voters, but others […]

Final Presidential Debate: 2016 Libertarian Party National Convention

8:00 PM EST – The atmosphere is electric, much like Ron Paul’s event in 2012 just days before the RNC – the latter resembling what Rodney Dangerfield would call “the dance of the living dead.” 8:27 PM EST – “I’d like to build a wall around Donald Trump and make Bernie Sanders pay for it.” […]

Is Libertarian Kevin McCormick a More Likable Alternative to Trump or Clinton?

With unfavorability ratings at record highs for the candidates of both major parties, polls show Americans are more likely than ever to consider voting for a third party. That’s inspired more excitement than usual at the Libertarian Party National Convention in Orlando, where delegates from all 50 states have gathered to choose the party’s candidates […]

Ron Paul’s 2012 delegate strategy isn’t cheating when Cruz uses it against Trump

Donald Trump lost it on Fox News Monday after learning Ted Cruz has secured 34 of Colorado’s 37 delegates to the Republican National Convention. The Colorado GOP canceled its caucus vote last August, electing to choose its delegates at its state convention. The Centennial State is only the latest in which Cruz has won a […]

Thought for the day March 30, 2016 Free Trade, the New Deal and the Federal Reserve

Thought for the day: Free trade agreements haven’t hurt Americans; they’ve helped. They just aren’t enough to overcome the combined economic destruction wrought by the Federal Reserve System and the New Deal, both of which must be abolished root and branch before there is anything resembling a free market in the USA. Tom Mullen is the […]

Trump Isn’t Hitler; He’s Hamilton

As Donald Trump closes in on the Republican nomination for President, comparisons to Hitler continue. And while references to the dictator are never absent from political hyperbole, one can’t help but wonder if there isn’t a bit more legitimacy to them when it comes to the Donald. Even the creator of Godwin’s law won’t dismiss […]

Trump Protesters, Free Speech and Property Rights

Donald Trump had another big night on Tuesday, winning at least three states, including winner-take-all Florida and its 99 delegates. This despite protesters disrupting Trump rallies in Ohio and Kansas and shutting Trump down in Chicago. The protests have both pro-Trump and anti-Trump factions invoking the First Amendment. Pro-Trumpers say the protesters are violating Trump’s […]