R. Lee Wrights, a candidate for the U.S. Libertarian Party's presidential nomination, took some time to speak with Accredited Wikinews Reporter William Saturn about his presidential campaign and positions on political issues. Wrights, a native of North Carolina, is an activist and lifetime member of the Libertarian Party who currently serves as the editor of several Libertarian publications. He previously worked as a medical technician in the United States Air Force and earned degrees in History and Journalism at Willmar College. He is currently being challenged for the nomination by National Guard officer R.J. Harris, radio host Jim Duensing, former Nevada Libertarian Party chair Jim Burns, marketing executive Roger Gary and attorney Carl Person. – WikiNews
Dominant Social Theme: Freedom resides in the Libertarian party.
Free-Market Analysis: We're not sure where R. Lee Wrights stands in terms of winning the nomination for Libertarian candidate for US president, but we found the interview to be interesting. It is also dealt with the issue of the non-aggression principle (NAP) that was discussed at length yesterday within these modest pages in an article entitled How Real Freedom Works. We will use Wright's interview to return to that.