The Manhattan, Brooklyn and Staten Island chapters of the Libertarian Party pulled together to get a record eight candidates on the ballot as Libertarians for various local offices throughout the nation's largest city this November, reported LPNY Chair Mark Axinn. This represents the most LP candidates that have ever run for local office during a single New York City election.
President Obama’s vacation on Martha’s Vineyard, which cost taxpayers an estimated $250,000–$500,000, is chump change compared to what the federal government spends every hour ($434,132,420.00) of every day ($10,419,178,082.00).
Today the South Carolina Libertarian Party nominated Alex Thornton for the special election for state senate on October 1, 2013 vacated by incumbent Robert Ford. Libertarian Rodney Travis also sought the nomination.
Ms. Thornton aims to reduce government waste and reduce taxes on working-class citizens. One benefit she sees arising from less government is "increased competition in fields such as healthcare, driving down the cost, and increasing the quality of service."
When National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed the criminal ways in which the U.S. government is violating the privacy rights of Americans, Big Government Democrats and Republicans immediately began to demonize him and canceled his passport while they strongarmed other countries into denying him asylum.
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