Anti-discrimination fights and debate disses shape the last pre-convention debate of leading Libertarian Party presidential candidates.
While David Koch, and his brother Charles, are frequently associated with Republican and conservative causes, David was the Libertarian Party's vice-presidential candidate in 1980. He also sits on the board of the Cato Institute, the nation's mos
Cecilia Satori (local activist) comes on the show to talk about the March Against Monsanto happening everywhere this weekend - Ed Forchion (aka NJ Weedman) - John McAfee (Libt Candidate for President) LP.org Conv
Now that Mary Matalin and the mainstream media have mentioned the Libertarian Party as a possible alternative to the Republicrat Party, already there is misinformation about what libertarianism actually is.
Because the 2016 Presidential election represents such a momentous opportunity for our movement to wake people up, I'm excited to be announcing my endorsement of John McAfee for the Libertarian Party nomination for President.
Tarrin Lupo (Author, Chiropractor, Activist) comes on the show to give an update on Porcfest 2016 - BetteRose Ryan (Former Libertarian National Committee Rep; Assoc Publisher at Bent Briar Publishing) provides an update on the LNC Nat Convention Orla
Free Keene blogger Darryl W Perry's presidential campaign got a major boost this week as RT included him in their Libertarian Presidential Debate. The debate was broadcast live on global free-to-air satellite, online, and on various cable networks
Charles Peralo (Running for Libertarian National Chair) on his campaign - Maris Sidenstecker (Save the Whales) and Dee McMillan (High School student who raised money to help save the whales) come on the show to talk about their campaign
Darryl Perry & Austin Petersen (both running as Libertarian Candidates for POTUS) debate libertarian issues and their respective campaigns - James Babb (Jury Rights Project) on the political circus - Patrick Wood = Technocracy.News
James Corbett (The Corbett Report) provides World News Update, GOP POTUS Circus - Austin Petersen (Libertarian Candidate for POTUS) talks about his campaign - Chris Waid (Founder of ThinkPenguin) provides an update on the Linux-Based Computer/Operati
Richard Winger (publisher and editor of Ballot Access News,) comes on the show to talk about ballot access and the shenanigans that are going on - Ernest goes over the headline news on Freedom's Phoenix
The hack of Mossack Fonseca, in terms of the certain fallout that will affect many of the wealthiest and most prominent people on the planet, is by far the largest and most damaging cyberattack on record.
As primary season rolls on, it seems ever-more likely that the presidential election will see Donald Trump facing off against Hillary Clinton, barring brokered conventions or acts of the FBI.
John McAfee is a world-famous computer scientist, activist, hacktivist, and the developer of the first commercial anti-virus program. The cyber-security legend and privacy advocate is running in the 2016 Presidential Election as a member of the Liber
North Carolina Libertarian Party Presidential Debate 2016 - Vacant Minds Edit. Commissioned by John McAfee for the Libertarian Party of North Carolina.
Darryl Perry (2016 Libt Cand for Pres, author, publisher & radio/TV host) on the Libt debate - Dmitry "Rassah" Murashchik (Community Manager for Mycelium) provides an update on Mycelium
Several weeks ago, and well after the Libertarian Parties of Alabama and Mississippi announced plans for a Presidential debate at their joint convention, there were reports of a debate to be hosted by John Stossel over the same weekend.
The debate was civilized and didn't devolve into a spat of insults like the GOP debates.
Peter Todd (Bitcoin Core Developer) on Bitcoin/Cryptocurrencies, the Blockchaing, and predictions for 2016 - Angela Keaton (AntiWar.Com) on the libertarian's either lead or get out of the way of the antiwar effort - Boston T Party (Author) on his lat
By Glenn Davis - Last week amid considerable speculation, former New Mexico governor and 2012 Libertarian Party presidential candidate, Gary Johnson, formally announced his bid for the 2016 Libertarian Party nomination.
Two-term New Mexico Governor to seek Libertarian Nomination
I recently joined a group, the LP Radical Caucus, that was new to me, and one of the things they asked on their Facebook page was what ideas, if any, did I have for straightening out what's wrong with the Party. I've had many such ideas for years. Th
Maine's Secretary of State has announced that the Libertarian Party is not considered a qualified party for ballot access in the state, reportedly because officials failed to process all of the registration cards that the party submitted to prove tha
Tone Vays (trader, risk analyst, blogger; Columnist @ BraveNewCoin) recaps recent conferences - Darryl Perry (2016 Libertarian Candidate for President, author, publisher & radio/TV host) on his presidential run,
The libertarian moment in American politics--foretold just last year in the New York Times magazine--is like the horizon; always retreating as we advance upon it.
Libertarians Asking 'Anti-IRS' GOP Candidates If They Would Give A Presidential Pardon To Imprisoned 87-Year-Old Tax Protester Irwin Schiff
There are two things that these libertarian-leaning Republicans can't stand. The first is not voting and the second is voting for a third party. Many libertarians simply don't vote. They know that the system is rigged.
Gary Johnson (Former New Mexico Governor and unannounced 2016 Libertarian Presidential Candidate) comes on the show to talk about his campaign - Will Pangman (Marketing Manager with AirBitz.co) comes on the show to talk about his move to AirBitz
In the current deluge of wannabe leaders clamoring for attention and trying to convince us that they are the boss who should be applying rules to us, it strikes me that all of them are looking backward and none are looking forward.
On this degrading election day, I want to take one last look at our alleged "third choice", the huckster who supposedly "shakes up the status quo" and can "break the two-party stranglehold." Or, as he calls himself, "Perrier."