Principles do not make up for toxicity

The Libertarian Party can grow while maintaining our core values, any candidate who doesn’t believe that should not be running for the Presidential nomination. Principles do not make up for toxicity and our party has plenty of toxic personalities to go around. There is no need to enable more of them.

Voting Libertarian is not a Privilege

For many in the Libertarian Party and small “l” libertarians in the liberty movement at large, seeing Justin Amash jump into the LP Presidential race less than 72 hours ago was a welcome and long anticipated move. I predicted it about a year ago, others made the same predictions when he left the GOP in... Continue Reading →

Study Finds Contacting Legislators Influences Voting Behavior

One problem many constituents and political activists have in common is whether or not legislators actually pay attention to the people that contact them. I believe most people think legislators do not regard constituents wishes when making a decision about proposed legislation. However, a study from 2014 finds that is not the case.  Daniel Bergan... Continue Reading →

Giffords Folly in Gun Violence Prevention

Photo: Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence In one map the Gifford’s Center for Gun Violence Prevention illustrated clearly what gun control advocates refuse to admit, that gun and magazine bans do very little to prevent violence. Their score card lists 21 states with failing grades and their website touts that “for the first... Continue Reading →

Did Saudi Arabia pay for US Troop Deployments?

“We have a very good relationship with Saudi Arabia, I said, ‘listen, you’re a very rich country. You want more troops? I’m going to send them to you, but you’ve got to pay us.’ They’re paying us. They’ve already deposited $1 billion in the bank,” Trump told Laura Ingraham on January 10th in an interview. ... Continue Reading →

The Death of Capital Punishment in The States

Oklahoma state representative Jason Dunnington (Oklahoma City-D) filed a bill on January 14th that would remove the death penalty from the legal code. HB 2876 is expected to be assigned for a committee hearing in February. “Ending the death penalty in Oklahoma is not only the fiscally responsible thing to do it is the moral... Continue Reading →

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