Larry Sharpe, Spike Cohen, and Ken Armstrong strategize about how to sell liberty during a pandemic.
The longtime anti-drug-war jurist drafts Larry Sharpe as a running mate.
Party activists reflect after both a disappointing midterm and an energizing Jeff Hewitt win
2016 L.P. veep runner-up set to shatter the 50,000-vote threshold needed to make Libertarians a ballot-qualified party for the first time in state history
There is no excuse to exclude high-performing Libertarians (or Greens) from "neck-and-neck" races
New ideas, like leasing naming rights for public bridges and buildings, would save taxpayers money.
At least one-quarter of New Yorkers would tell you that they won't vote Democrat or Republican, if only pollsters would ask them.
The LP candidate for the governor of New York wants to cut spending, legalize everything, and give people hope.
Controversy over LNC Vice-Chair Arvin Vohra's comments on veterans, age of consent laws makes Sharpe realize he doesn't belong on the national party's governing board.