ISIL President Vince Miller lies on death's door hospitalized with what at first appeared to be pneumonia. It turned out to be a combination of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome and "Valley Fever."
Sonny Landham carved out a tough-guy reputation in a series of big-screen roles. He pulls no punches in his newest role: Libertarian challenger to a man known for political toughness, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
[Walter making trouble again!] What changed my mind? Why am I now just as much of an obdurate atheist as I have ever been, yet, also, a friend and supporter of religion? For most, it will appear as nothing less than a logical contradiction for an ath
While it might be tempting to blame George W. Bush for the last 7 years of darkness, tyranny, and oppression in America, such would be a big mistake. [Bumper defending Bush?!!!! Well, read on. - Powell]
Those within the Libertarian Party who support Barr see him as the key to winning more publicity and more votes than they've ever managed to get before now, and they evade the questions, "Publicity for what?" and "Votes for what?**
I tell my students on the first day of my property classes, if you claim self-ownership, why do you allow others to exercise control over you? And if you do not assert self-ownership, what objections can you raise to others’ exercise of such coercive
Speaking to hundreds of supporters at the Texas Republican Convention, he announced the formation of the Campaign for Liberty, a grassroots group that would push for a strict adherence to the Constitution and support candidates with libertarian leani
The Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF) conference "Restoring the Republic 2008: Foreign Policy and Civil Liberties" was the most fulfilling intellectual experience of my life. It not only was incredibly informative, it was inspiring!
Bob Barr, formerly the War on Drugs loving, Wiccan mocking, Clinton impeaching Republican is the presidential nominee for the Libertarian Party. Now, you may be asking how this happened and my answer is simple: "The libertarians won."
When libertarians are accused of wanting to do away with even traffic regulation we can just show this clip :)
Just this past weekend (5/22–25/08) I attended the Libertarian Party Convention in Denver. In what follows are some reflections on this experience, and ruminations on the future of the party in particular, and on the libertarian movement in general.
The good news from the Libertarian Party National Convention in Denver this past weekend was, Big Head Press sold a big pile of books. Also, my friend L. Neil Smith got to meet up with a dozen or so friends he hasn’t seen in years, and I got to hang
The future of the Libertarian Party of the United States is not that hard to predict if you know what to look for.
(Publisher's Note: I'll have a great deal to say about the LPUS convention late next week [we'll see if Barr keeps some promises]. This article is a very good summary. Bottomline: The LP no-compromisers did much better than you might t
Ernest Hancock is in studio with his friend Charles Goyette on The Charles Goyette Show in Phoenix Arizona - 1100 KFNX. Then Dr. Ron Paul comes on to comment on his book sales, his campaign, the Republican, Libertarian and Constitution Parties.
Barry Hess makes it very clear what a libertarian really is.
I’ve watched the Libertarian Party go from meeting in an apartment to boasting affiliates in every state. Like many libertarians, I’ve had my doubts about the LP’s efficacy and value. But this year, I fear for something even more important: The party
Libertarians, especially of the anarchist variety, are often accused of wanting a world of disorder. It is the inevitable tendency of humans to organize themselves socially, and to form rules for civilized conduct, we are often told.
A few days before the Denver convention to nominate the Libertarian Party presidential candidate for 2008, it appears that the frequently-mentioned Dallas Accord of 1974 is dead. Whether a purging of the anarchists occurs
After Murray Rothbard and the Cato Institute permanently parted company, in the manner described in Part I, a fundamental issue arose. Would Cato, and the other organizations in the Kochtopus, continue to promote the same ideas as they had previously
Ah, because of the blood stains and tears on your hands?
Thucydides tells us that "the strong do what they will, while the weak suffer what they must." We see the strong, who control the state, are rampaging in every jurisdiction and in countless ways the weak are suffering the consequences of th
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
(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)
The Libertarian Party was founded to free each of us, finally bringing American governance into alignment with the mission of the Declaration of Independence. Go to Denver and make sure our candidate for President is the one who understands and has
Regarding your press release "Libertarians call for increased communication to combat child pornography."
(I rarely am critical of another's efforts to spread freedom... but DAMN)
Mary Ruwart makes the case for accepting liberty as a package deal. Why do even self-described libertarians often reject liberty and what can be done about it?
Ron & Carol Paul are honored for their support of freedom and Ernest Hancock addresses the crowd on the Capitol Lawn.