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Republican Gun-Grabbers

McCain's tepid relationship with the NRA hasn't always been as smooth as McCain has tried to make it seem on the 2008 campaign trail.  Today's ruling on Heller and the response from McCain almost seems laughable given the tongue-lashing McCain has received in the past from gun rights advocates. 

Are you pleased with the outcome of the Heller case?

Yes
71% (582 votes)
No
9% (74 votes)
Maybe
5% (44 votes)
Don't Know/No Response
14% (118 votes)
Total votes: 818

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For Immediate Release

Heller ruling a 'preservation of liberty in the United States'

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Party says firearms are distinct component of the national character

Following the Supreme Court's ruling in the case District of Columbia v. Heller, Libertarian Party spokesperson Andrew Davis called the case a "landmark victory for the preservation of liberty in the United States." 

LP on the ballot in Nebraska

Libertarian Party Gains Ballot Access in Cornhusker State

‘Party of Principle’ Gives Voice to Nebraskans' Call for More Choice

LNC amicus for Heller

The Supreme Court is now in the process of deciding Heller v.

Will McCain close the polling gap between himself and Obama by November?

Yes
35% (152 votes)
No
48% (206 votes)
Maybe
13% (55 votes)
Don't Know/No Response
4% (18 votes)
Total votes: 431

Third anniversary of Kelo

What is the cause of "global warming"?

Human pollution
24% (124 votes)
Cycles of nature
47% (249 votes)
Other factors
2% (12 votes)
I don't believe global warming is real
19% (102 votes)
Don't Know/No Response
7% (39 votes)
Total votes: 526

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Obama 'sold out' liberty on FISA compromise

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Party disappointed with Obama backpedaling on FISA

The Libertarian Party condemned Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama for recently stating he does not oppose the Bush administration's program of illegally spying on U.S. citizens.  "Obama has sold out liberty in his refusal to stand up to Republicans on FISA," says Libertarian Party spokesperson Andrew Davis.

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For Immediate Release

A letter to pro-FISA Democratic Senators

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Letters sent to Senate Democrats who voted for the FISA amendments

The Libertarian Party has sent letters to 22 Democratic Senators who voted for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act amendments in August of last year, urging them to reconsider against an upcoming Senate bill that would make those amendments permanent.  The letter was also sent to Democratic Senators who did not vote at all for the amendments.  "Given that Republicans have shown such disrespect for civil liberties and freedom in the past few years--evidenced by the fact that not a single Republican Senator voted against the FISA amendments--Dem

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