Since announcing my decision yesterday to seek the Libertarian Party nomination for president, our campaign has been featured on CNN, Fox, CBS, MSNBC, and, according to one media monitoring service, more than 200 other television newscasts across the
This morning, I stepped before the microphones at a news conference in the New Mexico capitol and announced that I am seeking the Libertarian nomination for President of the United States.
Gary Johnson switched his registration to Libertarian and kicked off his campaign for the party’s nomination for president Wednesday at a news conference in Santa Fe, N.M. “I’m doing this today because this is an agenda that I think resonates wi
Former New Mexico Governor and current presidential candidate Gary Johnson will make a major announcement regarding his presidential campaign at a news conf Wed, Dec 28, 2011, in Santa Fe, New Mexico-Time: 10:00 a.m. MST
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson will drop out of the Republican presidential race and run for the Libertarian Party nomination, multiple reports said Tuesday.
There has been a lot of talk about whether Ron Paul will drop out of the race and spoil 2012 for Republicans.
In a release yesterday from the Newt Gingrich campaign, 2008 Libertarian Party Presidential nominee Bob Barr was listed as officially endorsing his campaign. [h/t David Kramer, LRC blog]
In the speech, Nixon announced two measures that were of particular concern to libertarians. First, a government-imposed freeze on wages and prices. Second, an end to the convertibility of dollars to gold.
still2012. Bill Still address the Libertarian Nation on 11 important issues.
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson says that he's seriously considering running for president in 2012 as a Libertarian. "I feel abandoned by the Republican Party," Johnson told the Sante Fe New Mexican. "The Republican Party has left me by the waysi
Local governments and US residents have been urged to comply with increased demand for nationalized forms of identity since the passage of the Real ID Act, May 11, 2005. Real ID was recently defunded by DHS and its regulations have been banned by hal
In 2009, from out of nowhere, Alex leaped upon the Florida political stage and became the first Libertarian candidate for US Senate in this State’s history.
Results are in for the first in the nation Libertarian Presidential Poll. The poll was conducted by the Libertarian Party of Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County. The unscientific poll ran from October 14th through November 2nd 2011.
Five Candidates debate at the Illinois Libertarian Party State Convention last weekend. It was supposed to be streamed...
On the other hand, peace breeds prosperity. If War is indeed the “health of the State,” then Peace can be nothing less than the “health of the People.”
Journalist, author and award-winning documentary film director, Bill Still, announced today on radio station KTKK out of Salt Lake City, Utah that he will seek the nomination of the Libertarian Party for President of the United States.
Texas has the second-highest poverty rate among the 50 states, behind only Mississippi. It has the second-highest percentage of population without a high school diploma.
"I was an Eisenhower Republican when I started out at 21, because he promised to get us out of the Korean War. Over the years, I realized there was a Republican philosophy that I liked. And then they lost it. And libertarians had more of it.
Arizona Breakfast Club - Sept 3rd - Highlights on Oathkeepers in Quartzsite - Russell Pearce Recall Election. Look at all 3 candidates. Michael Kielsky, Russell Pearce, and Jerry Lewis November 8, 2011 election to select the Senator for Arizona Legis
Ernest Hancock updates us on the Oath Keepers event in Quartzsite, AZ 08/27/11 - Stephen Lemons - Author for the Phoenix NewTimes - Russell Pearce Recall - Barry Hess
Voluntarism, Anarcho-capitalism, and Agorism, all mean roughly the same thing. I like to use the term Anarchism because it is such a volatile reaction provoking word. No rulers. It’s much more powerful than voluntarism.
Texas Congressman Ron Paul’s latest television advertisement lumps his Republicans rivals together with Democrats and claims he is the only GOP presidential candidate that can defeat President Barack Obama in 2012.
Following the GOP debate on Thursday night in Ames, Iowa, Congressman Ron Paul was interviewed by Fox News' John Stossel.
Congressman Ron Paul won 4,671 votes in today’s Iowa Republican Straw Poll, topping Governor Mitt Romney’s vote total from 2007 and drawing a near statistical tie with today’s winner at 27.6 percent of the vote versus 28.5 percent.
According to the corporate media, the establishment Republican “debate” at Iowa State University in Ames last night was a toss up between Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty, Michele Bachman and the phantom candidate Rick Perry (who will announce tomorrow).
Ron Paul emerged the clear winner of last night’s FOX News GOP debate according to a poll of Fox viewers and even according to analysis in the Washington Post.
Every election Libertarians are invariably confronted with the charge that a vote for a Libertarian candidate is a wasted vote.
Here is a screenshot of them hiding Ron's fundraising totals even though he was in a definitive 2nd place with $4.5-$4.6 Million!
When Ron Paul announced four years ago that he was running for president, the congressman from Texas had a tough time attracting attention.
Lee Wrights will participate in the first Libertarian presidential debate scheduled during the Future of the Libertarian Movement Conference in Manchester, N.H. June 19.