We, the undersigned, demand a publicly conducted Congressional inquiry, with full subpoena power, into the largest terrorist attack in American history. The committee shall meet, ask questions, and demand answers...
It is time to renew the mission and remember that freedom is an absolute.
From May 21 through May 26, Libertarians will converge at Denver for Convention 2008 to nominate (among other offices) a candidate for President. Those serving as delegates may be curious to know.... Is there life beyond Ron Paul?
The r3VOLution continues across the country -- Nevada GOP's actions - State legislator comes out against 'official 9/11 story - Libertarian Party National Convention and local campaigns - The John McCain and Hillary Clinton Team - Joe Arpaio
The Libertarian Party is calling for more cooperation between Federal, state and local law enforcement to battle the scourge of child pornography. Calling for "integration" between police agencies and increasing FBI resources to work on
(Libertarian campaigns take on fundamental and serious issues that arise in a state of freedom. If you think you are going to be able to run as a libertarian candidate without controversy, then you do not understand what you are getting into)
Katherine Albrecht - Howard Blitz - James Bovard - Mike Dugger - Charles Goyette - Barry Hess - Jacob Hornberger - Alan Korwin - David Nolan - Mike Shoen - Christine Smith - L. Neil Smith - Vin Suprynowicz - Kent Van Cleave - Marc Victor
The Libertarian Platform – the best thing about the party – has been replaced with a new one, which is tiny, vague, rhetorically slippery, accommodating, friendlier to the state, and non-threatening to mainstream opinion.
Never has it been more possible for us to elect a Libertarian President. But only if it is the right candidate.
Ron Paul is still running for President of the United States, collecting convention delegates and going to the Republican National Convention in September. Why endorse a 3rd party candidate that endorses the Flat Tax?
Plain and simple. I can't imagine how you could convince the ultimate judge (the general public) that the “Party of Principle” isn't being fraudulent with this blatant misrepresentation.
Bob Barr has let himself get talked into seeking the presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party with the full support of Ron Paul. Which means it looks like the R3VOLution is not only alive and kicking, it's also in the best possible positi
Mike Gravel may have some competition! The presidential candidate, who yesterday ditched the Democrats for the Libertarian party, will now have to face off against former Congressman Bob Barr.
Former Alaska Sen. Mike Gravel announced on Wednesday that he is folding his hapless campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination and running for the Libertarian Party nod instead.
Ruwart's name has been floated as a potential Libertarian nominee for president in the 2008 and 2012 elections. Author of Healing
"We, the members of the Libertarian Party, challenge the cult of the omnipotent state and defend the rights of the individual."
Since Britain's income tax accounts for one quarter of the £534 billion spent by the government last year, U.K. Libertarian Party leader Patrick Vessey has called for it to be abolished.
Ernest Hancock announces his candidacy for Chairman of the Libertarian Party of the United States
Liberty Cap Talk Live host Todd Andrew Barnett moderates a debate between anti-war Libertarian Barry Hess and self-proclaimed "not pro-war" Libertarian Bruce Cohen
Liberty Cap Talk Live with host Todd Andrew Barnett, and guests Eric Dondero, and Barry Hess (February 16, 2008)
There just aren’t enough thinking people among voters to amass any more support for a principled, Constitution-based platform than 5-10%. That doesn’t bode well for a third party or independent run.
Ron Paul is a lifetime member of the Libertarian Party. Ron Paul was the Libertarian candidate for President in 1988. Why? Because Ron Paul and the Libertarian Party share the same values:
Bob Barr, who helped lead the 1998 impeachment of President Clinton, is the object of an alliance of conservative[s] and libertarians seeking to recruit the former Georgia Republican congressman as a third-party presidential candidate.
Officially, Christine Smith. However, of 80,000 ballots cast, only 13,750 went to candidates on the ballot. The rest went to write-in candidates but won't be counted since no one filed as a write-in candidate.
Presidential candidate Ron Paul, the Republican Congressman from Texas who inspired a massive nationwide outpouring of grassroots support and record-breaking fundraising, has endorsed his friend and colleague of 25 years, Dr. Murray Sabrin, for the G
Ron Paul has managed to do what no libertarian organization or electoral candidate ever has: Energize the masses of young Americans, throughout the nation’s campuses, including its most leftist, and get them interested in the politics of freedom and
Since a number of you have asked what is disturbing me...(An Update) PAID FOR BY CHRISTINE SMITH FOR PRESIDENT
I hav received over 100 replies to my Dec. 6, 2007 message: "Why Did Ron Paul Give Up on the LP?" Here's what people are sharing with me.
I was given 5 minutes to say whatever I wanted. (my Google Alert on my name just popped this up, I guess it just got posted by someone - The graphic is of the sticker set that I had for the campaign, now you know where the r3VOLution art came from)