An oral history of the Libertarian Party
Also, maybe not! Previewing divided government and incoming vaccines on the Reason Roundtable podcast.
What went right and wrong in 2020, the L.P.’s internal divisions, and the party’s strategy for the future.
Third-party voters tend to sit out elections without third-party choices.
The Libertarian presidential nominee is at 1.14 percent, has 1.58 million votes, and is ahead of all third-party candidates in every state. She's also beating the Trump-Biden spread in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Nevada.
Regardless of Tuesday's final tally, Libertarians have cemented themselves as the third party in the United States.
And other free advice to the next president of these United States.
Yet the Libertarian presidential nominee is still not being polled in one-third of the country, including states that are historically friendly to third-party candidates.
Ilya Somin, Angela McArdle, and Francis Menton refresh their cases for Biden, Jorgensen, and Trump.
Jo Jorgensen: 'Requiring People To Vaccinate Their Children Is One of the Most Egregious Things That the Government Can Do'
The Libertarian ticket is campaigning against lockdowns, vaccine mandates, and the World Health Organization, in addition to the usual taxation, prohibition, and war.
Libertarian faces potential "spoiler" charge in Ohio, North Carolina, Iowa, and Georgia.
Plus: Libertarian Jo Jorgensen draws biggest support from millennials and Gen Z, John McAfee being charged with tax evasion, Trump released from hospital, and more...
"If it were me, I would certainly put my nominee forth," Jorgensen says. Partisan bickering over the confirmation process is just "politics as usual."
Plus: Trump administration drops bid to block undocumented teens from getting abortions, and more....
While establishmentarians continue to push two-party conformity, there remains little evidence that other parties are having any sort of "spoiler" effect.
Major-party politicians avoid tax simplification almost as aggressively as the rich avoid taxation, argue the Reason Roundtable panelists.
The Libertarian presidential nominee is polling at 5 percent. Who are her followers?
The Libertarian presidential nominee won't win but is upbeat about Gen Z and protests against lockdowns and police violence.
Libertarian Party candidate Jo Jorgensen will be on every state’s ballot.
At least 100 million Americans live in states where the presidential winner is a foregone conclusion. Maybe don't reward your party for nominating candidates you don't like?
But she warns against "opportunistic people hijacking the movement.”
The "haters demographic" broke strongly in Trump's favor in 2016, but this time the group is younger, more liberal, and more likely to vote for Biden.
The Fifth Column podcaster on racial identity, cancel culture, libertarianism, and Trump vs. Biden
Cohen, who had been linked with parodist Vermin Supreme, identifies as an anarchist.