Libertarian Party joins coalition urging Obama to veto cybersecurity bill
The Libertarian Party calls for President Barack Obama to veto the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) of 2014, joining a coalition of other organizations that oppose this bill, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Sunlight Foundation, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and the Center for Democracy and Technology.
Libertarian Party joins coalition to launch StandAgainstSpying.org, encouraging NSA reform
Diverse coalition reveals lawmakers who aced, failed, and were missing in the debate over mass spying
A coalition of 21 organizations from across the political spectrum today launched StandAgainstSpying.org, an interactive website that grades members of Congress on what they have done — or, often, not done — to rein in the NSA.
Libertarian Party opposes further intervention in Iraq
In February 2003, the Libertarian Party (LP) issued an article titled "10 reasons why the USA should not attack Iraq."
The article began by saying, "... there's only one valid reason for the United States to go to war: Self-defense."
Geoffrey Neale, LP national chairman, commented, "Unfortunately, the U.S. government ignored that principle, and engaged in 'preventive war' against Iraq. Many times since then, the Libertarian Party has criticized that decision."
Neale also served as the LP national chairman in 2003.
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