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Libertarian National Committee Chair Nicholas J. Sarwark released the following statement today:
"The CIA’s practice of torture confirmed by the Senate Intelligence Report released on December 9 shows the agency engaged in reprehensible and illegal behaviors that were, in effect, war crimes.
"The CIA and politicians redacted the bulk of the government’s report, which remains withheld from public view. One can only speculate as to the additional horrors that lie within the rest of the report, given the gravity of what was revealed.
It’s a government slowdown, not a shutdown.
If you read this Libertarian news release, yet continue to use the term “government shutdown” in news reports, then you’re willfully deceiving the American people.
News media commonly warns that a “government shutdown” will result if there’s a breakdown in funding negotiations between Democratic and Republican politicians. But there is no pending “government shutdown.”
Nor has there ever been anything close to a “government shutdown” in modern American history.
Dear Sen. Paul,
Political leverage! Libertarian Party candidates have it in 2014 — IF YOU VOTE Libertarian.
Why? Unlike the Democratic and Republican candidates, our Libertarian Party candidates for public office have one rock-solid issue — and a clear, powerful message.
Our rock-solid issue: To dramatically expand and advance individual liberty in America.
Today, Libertarian National Committee Chair Nicholas Sarwark released the following statement:
Libertarians offer the following prediction, which is 100 percent guaranteed to be accurate with zero statistical probability of error:
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."
What is the biggest benefit of a broad-based tax cut that forces substantial reductions in government spending?
People will have thousands of dollars more every year to support their families and help their loved ones in need.
People will save and invest more in small businesses, creating jobs.
The economy thrives when people can keep the money they earn because they have more incentive to be productive.
Dismantling bureaucracies, regulations, and prohibitions that impose on businesses will allow them to thrive, creating jobs.
Dismantling programs, regulations, and prohibitions that impose on individuals means more personal freedom, privacy and justice.
Cutting military spending will foster peace and reduce the threat of a terrorist attack.
Low taxes force politicians to cut government waste.
Low taxes make America more competitive in the world marketplace.
It's impossible to choose just one of the above. All are huge benefits of cutting taxes.
All of the above are huge benefits, except for cutting the military.
The benefits to the economy listed above are the most important.
I have a different response.
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