Florida Man for President
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The only way mandatory national service would "unify" the teens of America would be to cause them to loathe the government together.
It Probably Wouldn't Be Particularly 'Grueling' for Justin Amash To Win the Libertarian Party's Presidential Nod
Vanity Fair overstates the work it takes to be the Libertarian Party's presidential nominee.
The libertarian independent would easily pull the 80,000 Midwestern votes that made the difference in 2016.
He says partisan power structures have made government reforms impossible.
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The president goes personal in his reply to a libertarian Republican congressman accusing him of obstruction of justice.
The unintended consequences of helping students with the brightest futures.
Erik Altieri of NORML sees a bright future for American pot.
In friendly CNN town hall, N.J. senator tells his audience he knows what they want.
Thirteen individuals and three companies accused of conspiracy against the U.S., wire fraud, and identity theft.
Clinton is still the heavy favorite.
The lawless passions fueling the rise of Trump are not likely to bring us a freer society.
Compare his answers with Clinton, Trump, and Stein over at ScienceDebate.org
Refuse to actually engage with the reasons the electorate dislikes Clinton and she might lose.
North Carolina newspaper the second to go libertarian.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch breaks from decades of Republican candidate support.
Trump contradicts himself three times while answering a simple question-then offers another contradiction to clarify.
Libertarian candidate now getting more Google searches than in 2012.
A step-by-step guide to how the Libertarian Party nominee might make it onstage.
Will her choice be guided more by experience or political considerations?
Were the Libertarian Party's representatives prepared for the most obvious question?
Libertarians are getting the chance to make their case to the voting public.
But the numbers pale against the searches for Trump and Clinton.
Trump's utter recklessness of thought should be disqualifying.
By signature collection or by lawsuit, hard, but not impossible.
More are searching for information compared to this same time in previous election years.
The Libertarian presidential contender was better on taxing then spending, but the power of the veto can only go so far when you are governor and the legislature ultimately controls the purse.