In an “open letter” to Libertarian National Committee chair Mark Hinkle, Lt. Col. Karen Kwiatkowski (USAF, Ret.) argues that the Libertarian Party coddles a vocal party minority which favors foreign policy interventionism, and that this raises real i
I became politically active in 2002 to oppose the warfare state, the military-industrial-governmental complex and the national security state. I learned that these were all just variants of statism, like the welfare state.Entered By: Powell Gammill
I am running for Congress this year to change America’s immigration laws. Our congressman, Ed Pastor, has not done anything I can detect to solve this problem, which centrally affects Arizona’s 4th District.Entered By: Powell Gammill
Libertarianism holds that each person has the right to their life, liberty, and justly acquired property; that each person is free to make their own life decisions, so long as they don't infringe on the same rights of others, and should take responsiEntered By: Powell Gammill
I have a vision of Arizona that will once again enjoy the virtues and benefits written into the Declaration of Independence and our State and Federal Constitutions. My vision is of an Arizona where its government is honest and open and protects thEntered By: Powell Gammill
As your Senator I will work to end the personal income tax and cut Federal spending by at least 50%. We must restore a sound money system (end the Federal Reserve Bank), stop bailing out big banks and favored corporations, phase out entitlementEntered By: Powell Gammill
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As Missouri delegate Julie Stone of St. Louis put it: "The big bone of contention is whether the party should remain as pure or become more inclusive."
Libertarian National Party Convention May 2010 - Ernest Hancock Concession Speech for LNC Chairman Race
Tony Wall - Jim Duensing - Jordan Page - Barry Hess - Michael Badnarik - Ernest Hancock - Libertarian National Chairman Nomination Speech May 2010
I announce the new Chairman of the Libertarian National Committee as he finishes his acceptance speech.
National Chair Debate Libertarian Party May 29th 2010 - Ernest Hancock - Wayne Allyn Root - Mark Hinkle - George Phillies - John Jay Myers
IPR conducted a straw poll of delegates at the LNC chair candidates debate. About 240 people participated, or approximately half the people here as of tonight. A chart of the full results will be attached as an update, but in the meantime here are th
Dear Ernest, This is my Second Declaration of Independence with Ernest Hancock. It is about why intervention is necessary. The issue of government coming in between two discriminating racists is the eaRead Letter
Could this be a ploy by the powers of W.A.R.? Or perhaps some cruel joke gone wrong. Who knows(hint i know). Chances are this wont go anywhere but its out there now so if this gains any momentum that will be just fine. Wayne Allyn Root foRead Letter
My [Knapp's] guess is that either Root will win a surprise first-ballot majority, or that it it will go to four or more ballots, and that Myers will be eliminated on the first ballot and Hancock on the second.
Ernest Hancock and Wayne Allyn Root Debate in Michigan May 22nd 2010 for LNC Chair of the Libertarian Party of the United States
"Remain the judge of your own actions. Never surrender that position by default. When the enemy screams “Foul!” the loudest, you know you’re doing him the most damage. Those who help him scream are also the enemy." L. Neil Smith
The first time someone asked me, “What is a Reagan Libertarian?”, was in an e-mail from a person new to the Libertarian Party. I was contacted in my capacity as one of the At-large Representatives to the Libertarian National Committee.
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