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Libertarian Party: Defending the Fourth Amendment for 42 years

Restore the FourthThe Libertarian Party has a long history of defending the rights to privacy guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Libertarians speaking at Restore the Fourth protests on July 4

Restore the FourthProtesters in cities across America will gather on July 4, 2013, to demand that the U.S. government adhere to its constitutionally dictated limits demanded by the Fourth Amendment.

LPVA governor candidate Robert Sarvis qualifies for ballot

Rob Sarvis
Rob Sarvis,
LP Virginia
Candidate for Governor

March issue of LP News now available online

LP News — Vol. 43, No. 1 — March 2013The March 2013 edition of LP News is now available in the LP News archive, which contains issues stretching back for five years.

Libertarian candidate for Detroit city clerk aims to empower voters with transparency, fairness

Scotty Boman
Scotty Boman,
LP Michigan
Candidate for
Detroit City Clerk

Learn how to 'Be Dangerous to Big Government' at LP FreedomFest events

Join the Libertarian Party at FreedomFest 2013 in Las Vegas at Planet HollywoodLibertarians from around the world will gather at FreedomFest in Las Vegas next month, and Libertarian Party Chair Geoffrey Neale and Executive Director Carla Howell will be there to

LP fights unfair ballot access laws in four states

Richard Winger
Richard Winger

Guest entry by
Richard Winger,
publisher of Ballot Access News

Newsmax: Libertarians See Political Gains in NSA Leak Debacle

Newsmax: Libertarians See Political Gains in NSA Leak DebacleFrom a June 11 Newsmax article which features the reaction

LP joins court case to remove limits on political speech

McCutcheon v. FEC amicus briefA lawsuit challenging the Federal Election Commission's (FEC) limits on how much people can contribute to political campaigns is on its way to the Supreme Court, and the Libertarian National Committee is supporting that challenge.


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