Sol Invictus, the Florida Libertarian Party's candidate for U.S. Senate, is attracting national media for his loopy statements and behavior. Invictus has admitted to drinking goat's blood during a pagan ritual sacrifice, has predicted a coming race war, and has expressed pride in associating with skinheads. Show More Summary
Nicholas Sarwark, chair of the US Libertarian Party, said that the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) mega-regional free trade deal could create a system of winners and losers negotiated in secret.
Did what now? Meet the Libertarian Party of Florida's candidate for U.S. Senate, because Florida. Two years ago, Augustus Sol Invictus walked from central Florida to the Mojave Desert and spent a week fasting and praying, at times thinking he wouldn't survive. In a pagan ritual to give thanks when he returned home, he killed a goat and drank its blood. [...]Show More Summary
FLORIDA MAN, CANDIDATE FOR U.S. SENATE ADMITS TO SACRIFICING GOAT, DRINKING ITS BLOOD: Augustus Sol Invictus is the Florida Libertarian Party’s candidate and has faced other accusations ranging from his support of eugenics, prophesizing a “great war” within America’s borders and drawing support of neo-Nazis. Invictus, who declines to reveal his given name, is the […]
Augustus Sol Invictus wears many hats: lawyer, former chairman of the Libertarian Party of Florida, U.S. Senate candidate—and ritual goat sacrificer. In 2013, Invictus walked from central Florida to the Mojave Desert and spent a week fasting and praying. Show More Summary
The head of Florida’s Libertarian Party resigned this week because one of the candidate’s running for Marco Rubio’s Senate seat sacrificed a goat in the woods.
From Kirkland & Ellis mailroom clerk to the Clinton Global Initiative. [Yahoo!] Is a man who farts too much a protected class? [NJ.com] The chairman of the Florida Libertarian Party, Adrian Wyllie, is standing up against ATL favorite Augustus Sol Invictus over an alleged ritualistic animal sacrifice. Show More Summary
A Kentucky Republican lawmaker and two libertarian candidates are claiming a First Amendment right to accept gifts from lobbyists. State Sen. John Schickel and a pair of Libertarian Party hopefuls filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court intended to overturn state ethics laws that limit campaign...
The Libertarian Party and Green Party and their 2012 candidates for president are readying a legal complaint against the Commission on Presidential Debates, hoping that a new legal argument -- an anti-trust argument -- will break the "duopoly" that's dominated the stage. The legal complaint, which was sent early to The Washington Post, argues that a […]
Submitted by Mark Jeftovic via The Libertarian Party Of Canada, Thomas Pynchon once wrote: ‘If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about the answers.’ Words to live by for the the major political parties in Canadian Federal politics. Show More Summary
As someone whose college-age libertarian activism in a long-past century was supported by no organization larger than the Libertarian Party (and very mildly at that), it's been bracing and exciting watching the rise of two differentShow More Summary
Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura told conspiracy theorist Alex Jones this week that he was considering running for president with help from the Libertarian Party — but wouldn’t be joining the Libertarian Party if he did. “The libertarians have put out a gesture to me to...
BAN: On June 22, Level the Playing Field, Peter Ackerman, the Libertarian Party, and the Green Party, sued the Federal Election Commission in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. The case asks that the FEC be required to consider the … Continue reading ?
In 2010 I blogged about which states have the strongest libertarian constituencies, using some data from political scientist Jason Sorens, founder of the Free State Project, and also 1980 Libertarian Party results from Bill Westmiller. Show More Summary
A few years ago, I did a statistical analysis of which states had the most libertarians, using data from 2004 and 2008 Libertarian Party vote shares and 2008 Ron Paul vote shares and contributions. David Boaz has prodded me to update these numbers in light of the 2012 election. This post does just that. To […]
(June 17, 2015 08:14 AM, by Bryan Caplan) In the 70s and 80s, a great intellectual battle waged between two libertarian factions: minarchists and anarcho-capitalists. In 1974, the Libertarian Party papered-over the dispute with one of the oddest compromises in political history: the Dallas Accord. Under its terms,... (0 COMMENTS)
Rep. Cresent Hardy (R-NV) said recently at a Libertarian Party event that he hoped his children would never be a “drain on society” like people who were disabled. In audio published this week by the Nevada State Democratic Party, Hardy can be heard speaking to attendees at the...