This is what it looks like when a political party's branches start to go their own way.
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"We have an oligarchy right now," says Amash.
He wants election reforms in Georgia, different priorities for the national Libertarian Party, and plans to challenge Justin Amash—but maybe not how you'd expect.
As the race that may decide control of the Senate heads to a runoff, the third-party candidate is fielding criticism from both sides that he spoiled the race.
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Gun control is 'the most racist practice in America,' says the Philadelphia native and community leader.
The libertarian activist on gun rights, the new BLM ("Black Libertarian Movement"), and his support for the Mises Caucus.
Libertarian Party Chair Angela McArdle Won't Endorse Blake Masters, Slams Dr. Oz, Fetterman, Georgia GOP
"The fact that [Dr. Oz] can't beat Fetterman in a race is not anything that libertarians should be biting their nails or clutching their pearls over."
Like Arizona's Marc Victor, Erik Gerhardt is a potential spoiler in one of the nation's biggest Senate races. Unlike Victor, he's embracing the role.
The Libertarian—who polled as high as 6 percent in the past 8 days—thinks Republican Masters is "gonna be one of us" in the Senate.
Marc Victor is gaining ground with a “live and let live” message.
Despite the state's law allowing no third-party House candidates to get on the ballot in 60 years, the Court declined to hear the case.
Despite opposing the drug war, and indicating that he will even vote for the measure himself, the state LP's chairman said the initiative would not get the party's stamp of approval.
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Dennis Misigoy is unsparing in his criticism of both Rubio and likely Democratic nominee Val Demings.
The "British by birth" and "Nigerian by blood" rapper and podcaster thinks Americans don't fully appreciate the freedom they have.
The rapper, podcaster, and author talks about "freedom, liberty, and all of that good stuff."
Angela Pence is running against the controversial Republican congresswoman, but first she has to clear Georgia's anticompetitive ballot access requirements.
The L.P. just held its most-momentous convention in years. Here's what is next for the third-largest political party in the country.
Ron Paul’s "Giuliani Moment" is the kind of "bold messaging" the party needs, says new incoming chair Angela McArdle.
”We stand for repealing the entire Progressive Era,” says Smith.
"[Libertarians] need to push forward our own culture, our own vision, our own language, our own narrative" and change "the way people think," says Mises Caucus founder Michael Heise.
Supporters say they want to "make the Libertarian Party libertarian again." Critics say they’re shitposting edgelords who will destroy the LP from within.
Plus: Are political parties the ideal vessel for advancing libertarian principles?
After winning its two highest-ever presidential vote percentages in 2016 and 2020, the Libertarian Party was taken over by activists embarrassed by those campaigns. Will they attract more votes?
For libertarians who see unborn babies as innocent rights-bearing individuals, reducing the number of lives ended by abortion brings us closer to our credo.
The former Texas congressman and presidential candidate says his goal was to get people to think about freedom.
Before she can make her case to the voters, Angela Pence has to collect signatures that she would not need if she were a Democrat or a Republican.
A Pennsylvania township's board of supervisors is refusing to seat elected auditors.
Having to collect as many as 20,000 signatures for a House race was not considered a "severe" burden by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
The former presidential candidate talks about UBI, race relations, ranked-choice voting, his new political party Forward, and how "the duopoly is killing us."
The Free State Project's Jeremy Kauffmann debates the L.P.'s Angela McArdle in a Soho Forum debate.
The comedian and podcaster talks about running for the Libertarian Party presidential nomination and his beef with Reason.
The popular podcaster and comedian on the future of the Libertarian Party, his vaccine hesitancy, and fighting the culture war
Plus, what's going down in the Libertarian Party?
The former Michigan congressman says "horrible messaging" is a sign of insecurity.
The only L.P. member to ever hold national office says the party needs to stop being gratuitously shocking and start making the principled case for limited government.
A social media struggle in the New Hampshire L.P. fractured a state party and triggered a national meltdown.