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Ludwig von Mises Is Winning

By Tho Bishop As a young man Alexander Hamilton once wrote, “There is a certain enthusiasm in liberty, that makes human nature rise above itself, in acts of bravery and heroism.” While it is tragic that Hamilton would grow up to advocate all sorts of government policies contrary to liberty — America would be better off had he […]

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Ron Paul: Europe Commits Suicide-by-Sanctions

By Ron Paul A Swiss billboard is making the rounds on social media depicting a young woman on the telephone. The caption reads, “Does the neighbor heat the apartment to over 19 degrees (66F)? Please inform us.” While the Swiss government has dismissed the poster as a fake, the penalties Swiss citizens face for daring […]

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Lessons Learned: Ron Paul’s Warnings Against the War on Terror Stand True

By Angela McArdle Twenty-one years ago, our country was changed forever. On Sept. 11, 2001, al-Qaeda militants hijacked commercial airplanes and flew them into the World Trade Center in New York, killing nearly 3,000 people. As countless families still grieve their lost loved ones from that tragic day—and the country suffers the consequences of the […]

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LNC Secretary Caryn Ann Harlos in Featured Cover Story of Denver’s “Westword” Magazine

Excerpt from article Castle Rock’s Caryn Ann Harlos Wants to Return the Libertarian Party to Its Roots “With actual, simple, clear, not-obfuscating-the-issue-of-what-we-believe messaging, I think that we could make a huge impact — and for third parties, an impact isn’t always winning elections,” Harlos says. “I don’t care if I’m in a room talking to […]

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LNC Response to President Biden’s Speech on Firearms

On June 2nd the White House released President Biden’s remarks on the recent  shooting in Uvalde, TX where a deranged young man ended the lives of 19 elementary students and 2 teachers while police stood outside and failed to protect the innocent. It wasn’t until an off-duty border patrol agent whose child attended the elementary […]

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Advanced Voting Methods can Save our Elections

This weekend, hundreds of Libertarians will be traveling to Sparks-Reno, NV to participate in the 2020 Libertarian National Convention. During this time the delegates representing all 50 states will be voting on proposed changes to the national platform and bylaws, and will be electing a new national committee to oversee the Party for the next […]

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Why Libertarians Should Care About the War On Sex

By Cathy ReisenwitzOriginally published in LPNews, 2022 Spring Edition   As the War on Drugs begins to ramp down after 50 years of failure and devastation, authoritarians are hardly going quietly into that good night. The nanny state never sleeps, and the new moral panic is the scourge of sex work and pornography. Lawmakers are […]

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Libertarians on Abortion

Updated to remove platform language that was removed at the 2022 National Convention. On May 2, 2022 a leaked report showed that the Supreme Court of the United States would be overturning the 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision that affirmed that there is a Constitutional right for someone to obtain an abortion.  Abortion is likely […]

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Turning Over a New Leaf

As Libertarians, we are accused of being recalcitrant and obstinate. We don’t play well with others and we fight amongst ourselves. Today, we wanted to change that. Today, we wanted to do something nice for once. The Libertarian Party is officially turning over a new leaf. Instead of bashing the government, the 117th Congress, and […]

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School Choice

The education system in America is based on government policies regarding what children should know and be able to do at certain ages. The educational practices therein include requiring students to sit still, walk in straight lines, be quiet, memorize facts, and most importantly — pass standardized tests. The system applies canned instructional programs to […]

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