NTU (National Taxpayers Union) added to Liberty Links

I am, once again, please to add another web link on our Liberty-Links web page:

The National Taxpayers Union has been long time advocate for the U.S. taxpayers.

I've been a member for at least a couple of decades. 

If you want to keep up with tax policy in Congrees, this is the organization for you.

Working together, we can begin to role back big government.

Yours in liberty....................Mark Hinkle, LNC Chair

LP Chair Mark Hinkle on Baldy & The Blonde radio show

On September 29, LP Chair Mark Hinkle appeared on the "Baldy & the Blonde" show on WGSO radio in New Orleans. Part of the discussion was about our recent statement about the Republicans' "Pledge to America."

Listen to the podcast.

Tennessee wins ballot access case!

"This is a victory not just for our party, but for all Tennesseans," said Stephen Collings, a 5th Congressional district candidate who represents both the Libertarian Party and U.S. Pirate Party, which advocates international copyright reform.

LP Monday Message: Libertarians in the media and more

September 27, 2010

Dear Friend of Liberty,

As we move toward Election Day, Libertarian candidates and the Libertarian Party are seeing more attention from the media.

Big Debate in Phoenix - 6:00 pm Sunday Sept. 26

A four-way debate between Sen. John McCain, Libertarian David Nolan and a couple of other guys will be televised LIVE on KTVK-3 in Phoenix tomorrow evening at 6:00 pm.  It will also be carried on KTTU-3 in Tucson. If you live outside those two cities, it will be streamed online at

Note: AZ does not change its clocks in the Summer.  6pm AZ = 6pm Pacific, 7pm Mtn, 8pm Central and 9pm Eastern

Why Libertarian?

Why Libertarian?

Notes from the Campaign Trail

Earlier this week I did a three-day campaign swing through central and northern Arizona. I recorded a 3-minute campaign message at KTVK in Phoenix, and spoke to Tea Party groups in Flagstaff and Scottsdale. This Sunday, I will take part in a live, televised debate that will include all four U.S. Senate candidates. It should be interesting!

LP of Nebraska Responds to GOP Pledge

Libertarian candidate Randall Hayes on "Don't ask don't tell" repeal

from Randall T. Hayes, Libertarian for U.S. Senate in Louisiana

The Senate Republicans' blocking of the National Defense Authorization Act is a sad reminder that the federal government is one of the major sources of employment discrimination against gays and lesbians in our country.

Many leading Republicans have said for years that they would defer to military leaders on the question of whether "don't ask, don't tell" should be repealed.


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