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Most Americans want small government, says LP Executive Director Carla Howell

Libertarian Party Executive Director Carla Howell on PressTVRepublican and Democratic politicians support virtually identical policies designed to constantly escalate the scope and size of government, Libertarian Party Executive Director Carla Howell said in

Libertarian Levi Tappan wins city council election in Page, AZ

Levi Tappan
Levi Tappan,
LP Arizona
Elected in May 2013
to Page City Council

Libertarian John Wayne Smith aims to downsize government as Florida’s governor

John Wayne Smith
John Wayne Smith,
LP Florida
2014 Candidate
for Governor

Libertarian George Brown calls for end to corporate income tax, reducing power of government unions in PA House race

George Brown
George Brown,
LP Pennsylvania
2013 Candidate for
State Representative

Abolish IRS, end income tax, slash government spending, says LP executive director

Libertarian Party Executive Director Carla Howell on PressTVAfter Internal Revenue Service (IRS) officials recently admitted that they have engaged in extensive illegal targeting of government watchdog organizations for extra scrutiny and harassment, Libertarian Party Executive Director Carla

Libertarian Levi Tappan hopes to cut millions in Page, AZ, spending and debt

Levi Tappan
Levi Tappan,
LP Arizona
2013 Candidate
for Page City Council

Libertarian Arthur Thomas aims to shrink spending, debt in San Antonio

Arthur M. Thomas IV
Arthur M. Thomas IV,
LP Texas
2013 Candidate
for San Antonio
City Council

"Who’s Driving?" — a game that puts Libertarians in the driver’s seat — now available

Who's Driving?The exciting libertarian game — Who’s Driving? — is now available online. Click here to learn all about it, to learn how to organize and lead the game, and to print materials needed to play.

Post-election issue of LP News now available online

LP News — Vol. 42, No. 4 — December 2012The 2012 post-election edition of LP News is now available in the LP News archive, which contains issues stretching back four and a half years.

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