Will tonight be any different or more of the same?
Dave Smith and Nicholas Sarwark debate the 2016 Libertarian Party ballot, what constitutes success in an election, and how to effectively share libertarian principles.
Dave Smith and Nicholas Sarwark debate the 2016 Libertarian Party ticket, what constitutes success in an election, and how to effectively share libertarian principles.
Unlike many other policies proposed by Democratic presidential hopefuls, trade policy is something a new president can unilaterally impose.
Plus: Pete Buttigieg's plan to destroy the gig economy, Josh Hawley's plan to destroy social media, and more...
Thaddeus Russell and Stephen Hicks debate human nature, moral relativism, and the nature of truth.
A Soho Forum debate over the trustworthiness of the $3 trillion trust fund
Several candidates seem to view profit as one of the biggest threats facing America.
And don't even try to pin Elizabeth Warren down on whether the procedure should be legal in the third trimester.
Former BB&T Bank CEO John Allison vs. Moody's Mark Zandi
Which economic system is most effective at bringing freedom to the masses?
Green Party candidate also left out of debate that will include only two of the four candidates on the ballot.
How to disagree with other libertarians
Economists Bryan Caplan and Edward Glaeser debate at the Soho Forum.
Watch sociologist Emily Horowitz debate legal scholar Marci Hamilton at the Soho Forum.
Late-Term Abortions Are Rare and 'Partial Birth Abortions' Illegal. Why Do They Keep Dominating the Reproductive-Rights Debate?
A few facts about late-term abortion in America...
There was drama, hot takes, and nasty exchanges at the final presidential debate. There was everything except a real choice.
But taking out al Qaeda's leadership probably didn't make the world any safer.
We don't need more politicians like Kaine and Pence talking over each other. We need more voices and people on the stage debating the country's future.
Complaints about Donald Trump don't make the U.S. any more a responsible player on the world's stage.
L.P. nominee brings in $5 million, "the largest monthly haul of any Libertarian presidential candidate in at least 20 years," but the feds rebuff his requests to be treated like a serious candidate. Meanwhile, Debate Commission protested, pro-Johnson documentary financed, plus other campaign news.
Instead of falling 0.023 percentage points short, the U.S. Senate candidate has just squeaked past the requirements
Colorado Libertarian Barred From Senatorial Debate After Falling 0.023% Short of Arbitrary Requirement
Your daily reminder that the default setting among the powerful is to give third parties zero margin for error
Green Party has confirmed 27 states so far; meanwhile the latest #NeverTrumper is about to start off his presidential campaign 0 for 33
A step-by-step guide to how the Libertarian Party nominee might make it onstage.
Let's make this happen, people.
Rubio, Cruz accept claim that the encryption fight is over "just one phone."
President says he's going to try anyway.
A seemingly petty fight over criticism of the president highlights a party struggle for a new identity.