David Boaz The newest posting at Libertarianism.org is a 1979 speech by Nathaniel Branden, from the largest-ever convention of the Libertarian Party, titled “What Happens When the Libertarian Movement Begins to Succeed?” Alas, it’s audio-only, unlike all the classic videos at Libertarianism.org. Show More Summary
Wayne Allyn Root is no fan of President Barack Obama. He’s a former Libertarian Party candidate for vice-president and a “birther” who has questioned whether the president was really born in America. (Root studied at Columbia University...Show More Summary
RALEIGH (May 14) – The tax reform plan announced by state Senate Republicans last week is just another charade designed to make people think they are actually reducing taxes, the Libertarian Party of North Carolina state chair said in...Show More Summary
Libertarian Party members have long complained that voters don't appreciate that LP candidates are smarter, wiser, and more competent than are their Demopublican rivals -- if only voters gave the LP a chance!But LP members have longShow More Summary
The Libertarian National Committee issued a surprisingly strong press release on May 1, comparing the Boston Marathon bombing to America's foreign wars.It took about two weeks after the bombing for the LNC to draft and release the statement...Show More Summary
Three minutes cost Gary Johnson, the 2012 Libertarian Party candidate for President of the United States, his spot on the ballot in the State of Michigan. Three minutes. Johnson originally ran in the Republican primary. At the last minute, he requested to be removed from the ballot in that primary......
You don't have to be a economist to understand why American healthcare has been such a disaster for so long -- and why Obamacare has spectacularly failed to do the one thing that would have solved most of its problems.
Right, Bitcoin, it’s not doing well at the moment, shedding valuation at a precipitous rate. Bitcoin peaked recently at $266 per unit, and now rests comfortably below the $100 mark.... Keep reading ?
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The great libertarian dream of entering the GOP in a Trojan horse Rand Paul built by hand is over. Rick Santorum and Mike Huckabee are on to us and they are putting heir gouty feet down. “Look, the Republican Party isn’t going to change,” former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) tells Politico. Show More Summary
Former Rep. Bob Barr (R-GA) will run for Congress again in a district that overlaps part of his area he used to represent, Roll Call reports. Barr was the Libertarian Party nominee for president last year but will run for Congress as a Republican.
(March 22, 2013 06:53 PM, by David Henderson) A friend of mine recently found a link to a video that a man named Jim Turney did of a talk I gave in Monterey in February 1991. It's at the annual convention of the Libertarian Party of California. The... (0 COMMENTS)
Can the Libertarian Party take credit for the grassroots explosion in 2009 (or was it 2004?) that became the Tea Party?
Mike Gravel, who ran for the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination in 2008, recently attended Iran's third annual "Hollywoodism" conference. This appears to be an event that examines how Iran and Islam are portrayed by America's entertainment industry. Show More Summary
Can a man with a Nixon tattoo successfully carry the Libertarian Party banner in the Sunshine State? Roger Stone says he wants to try. Robert Costa reports in National Review: The former campaign adviser to Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan says...Show More Summary
Big Boi is an “outcast” among his industry peers because he has revealed that he voted Libertarian in the November presidential election. Big Boi (real name Antwan Patton) said he cast his ballot for Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson, the former GOP governor of New Mexico. Big Boi previously suggested that he was for [...]Show More Summary
Why has the Libertarian Party -- and more importantly, the much broadly based new liberty movement -- failed to make a significant electoral impact, despite its recent tailwinds?
"Libertarian Party Candidate Bruce Majors vs D.C.'s One-Party System" is the latest video from Reason TV. Watch above or click on the link below for video, full text, supporting links, downloadable versions, and more Reason TV clips. View this article.
"There are a lot of people in D.C. who are Democrats who probably don't really want to be," says D.C's Libertarian Party congressional candidate Bruce Majors, "but if you don't vote in the primaries then your vote in the election doesn't really count... Show More Summary
I’m sure, as James says, the idea of some kind of Tory-UKIP non-aggression pact will not go away. But that’s because many Tory backbenchers are remarkably stupid. Proponents of a… Continue reading The post Don’t be fooled: UKIP is not a libertarian party appeared first on Spectator Blogs.