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Libertarians Seek to Build on Foundation Set in 2008

Hoping to build on a solid performance in 2008, the Libertarian Party looks ahead to 2010.  "This is just the beginning of the new Libertarian Party," says Bob Barr, the 2008 Libertarian Party nominee for president. "This year, we set a solid foundation for freedom, on which we will build a strong and united political organization that advances freedom and liberty in the United States."

Libertarian Party Mourns Loss of Libertarian Leader Marshall Fritz

The Libertarian Party wishes to express its condolences to the friends and family of Libertarian activist Marshall Fritz, who passed away on Nov. 4 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

Barr Says ‘This is Just the Beginning’

"This is just the beginning of the new Libertarian Party," says Bob Barr, the 2008 Libertarian Party nominee for president.

At Last, an Investigation

Federal authorities have announced that they are opening an investigation into the collapse of Washington Mutual, the largest bank failure in America. This step is long overdue, and should be the start of a much broader investigation of potential criminal behavior throughout the financial system.

I have been calling for such an investigation since the financial crisis broke publicly. It is heartening to see at least two U.S. Attorneys, as well as the Attorney General of New York, take their responsibilities seriously.

McCain-Palin: Against Energy Independence Before They Were For It, Says Bob Barr

“With the campaign moving towards its close, Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin gave a speech denouncing America’s dependence on foreign oil.  She also criticized the consequences ‘when foreign powers control our energy supplies,’ observes Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party candidate for president.  “Yet Gov. Palin backs the export of Alaskan liquefied natural gas to Asia.  That makes sense in an international market, but not when one’s official goal is energy independence.”

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