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Libertarians suffered a major setback in their lawsuit against KET on Saturday. David Patterson, the Libertarian candidate for United States Senate, will not be allowed to participate in Monday's debate.
A federal constitutional lawsuit, filed today against Kentucky Educational Television in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, stems from its new exclusionary policy regarding public debates, eliminating Libertarian participation. The plaintiffs in the case are Libertarian David Patterson's campaign for U.S. Senate, the Libertarian Party of Kentucky, and the Libertarian National Committee.
President Barack Obama has taken the United States to war, now in Syria and Iraq, in violation of the U.S. Constitution — just as he did in Libya in 2011.
"Whatever differences they may claim, Democratic and Republican politicians are aligned when it comes to foreign meddling," said Nicholas Sarwark, chair of the Libertarian National Committee. "President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush both resort to war in the end."
Click here to see an overview of how typical Libertarians, Democrats, and Republicans will vote if elected to federal office — regardless of what they say they'll do.
Libertarian National Committee Chair Nicholas Sarwark submitted the below statement in opposition to Oregon's "top two" ballot Measure 90 for inclusion in the state's voter pamphlet.
The pamphlet is being mailed to each voter household in the state in advance of the November election.
Scores of Libertarian candidates running for federal office in November have taken bold pledges, posted at the LP.org website, to downsize the bloated federal government:
The Libertarian Party urges lawmakers to stop bombing in Iraq and to disengage operations in both Iraq and Syria.