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Why don’t Democrats (and most Republicans) apologize to the American people when the stock market goes up?

Social Security insolvencyWhen the stock market drops, count on politicians to exclaim, “Thank goodness we didn’t privatize Social Security! Just look how much people would have lost in the stock market!”

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Libertarian Party: Cut government waste to fix dangerous bridges

In the wake of the dramatic collapse of the Interstate 5 bridge in Mount Vernon, Wash., on May 23, federal and state politicians will make their usual claims that ever-higher government spending is needed — funded by more taxpayer dollars and more debt — to fix the country’s roads in need of repair.

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Libertarian Party: Don't waste time investigating IRS, abolish it NOW along with income tax

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Return to 1992 spending level would allow balanced budget, end to income tax

Abolish the IRSThe presidential administrations of Franklin Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton, and, now, Barack Obama have all been caught using the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to target political enemies.

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Republican allies in Michigan courts subvert justice to block Libertarian competition

Gov. Gary Johnson, 2012 Libertarian Party candidate for president, and the voters of Michigan were robbed last year, and the Republican Party is the thief.

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Libertarian Party statement on Boston Marathon bombing, Syria, foreign intervention

The Libertarian Party extends heartfelt sympathies to the surviving families of the victims and all who were harmed by the senseless and violent bombing in Boston on April 15 and its aftermath. We applaud the efforts of Boston-area residents and law enforcement officials who helped to remove the immediate threat of additional harm from the alleged perpetrators.

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Libertarian Party: Move Personal Independence Day from June to January

Every year, federal, state and local governments seize an enormous percentage of the money Americans earn. For several months of every year, taxpayers are effectively working for the government without compensation.

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Libertarian Lawsuit to Strike Restriction on Campaign Donations Moves Forward

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Estate Contribution Limits Case Certified to D.C. Circuit

Setting the stage for a groundbreaking First Amendment test of campaign finance law, federal judge Robert L. Wilkins certified to the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit the question of whether the government violates the right of free speech by limiting a decedent’s bequest to a political party.

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The Libertarian Party Response to President Barack Obama’s 2013 State of the Union Address

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Delivered by Carla Howell, Executive Director
Libertarian National Committee

In his State of the Union address, President Barack Obama proposes policies that make things worse for the economy and worse for Americans:

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Fiscal Cliffhanger: A Study in Government Fear Mongering

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The Libertarian Party Says: Cut Federal Spending Now

An open letter to American voters from Geoffrey J. Neale, Chair, Libertarian National Committee

Dear Voter,

You’re being scammed. Conned. Deceived.

Big Government politicians are trying to whip you into a frenzy of fear over what they like to call the “fiscal cliff.”

But it’s just their latest episode of a cliffhanger drama. They’re using it to continue their reckless government overspending and stampede you into paying higher taxes.

Why are they combining massive tax increases with “reductions” in federal government spending — and giving it a scary name?

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A Libertarian’s New Year’s Resolutions

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Written in 1998 by Harry Browne, 1996 & 2000 Libertarian Party Nominee for President

  1. I resolve to sell liberty by appealing to the self-interest of each prospect, rather than preaching to people and expecting them to suddenly adopt my ideas of right and wrong.
  2. I resolve to keep from being drawn into arguments or debates. My purpose is to inspire people to want liberty — not to prove that they’re wrong.
  3. I resolve to listen when people tell me of their wants and needs, so I can help them see how a free society will satisfy those needs.

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