The 2016 Libertarian presidential candidate on "Aleppo," Donald Trump's unexpected good points, and why Hillary Clinton's trolls were worse than Russian ones.
What does the future hold for libertarians?
As Ed Gillespie pulls within three percentage points of Ralph Northam, attention turns toward the mild-mannered intellectual property lawyer looking to follow in Robert Sarvis’s footsteps.
Libertarian Party vice presidential nominee is still bullish on the party (and NY gubernatorial candidate Larry Sharpe), has no regrets or apologies about 2016, and hasn’t ruled out another run for office
But registered voters, total donations to the Party remain strong even in the face of historically large loss of members for post-presidential election year.
Trump is 'the best recruiting tool for the Libertarian Party we've ever had.'
Johnson's lawyer vows to fight on with the case, claiming today's decision does not properly address their complaints.
Jack Hunter slams GarJo and Charles Peralo defends, while L.P. officials scheme and Austin Petersen prepares for a “special announcement.”
The Libertarian Party nominee is back, ready to fight policies that are "insane," "nationalist," and "doomed to fail" with his Our America Initiative.
Kennedy (“I think the problem is that heroin is illegal”) and Kat Timpf say bluntly what Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson couldn’t quite bring himself to advocate last year
Interviewer finds it offensive that Sarwark compares treatment to that of pre-Civil Rights blacks and women, but...
No sign of third-party regrets
A hearing in Johnson's case was held today in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, insisting that the Debate Commission in collusion with the major parties are violating antitrust law when it comes to "political markets."
Supporters of good candidates accept election outcomes, so backers of evil candidates should do the same.
The libertarian humorist talks about his new book, his darkest fears, and the value of a liberal arts education.
America's fittest presidential candidate is loving that slope life.
We need a new, individualized operating system for politics and it will happen on the new president's watch, whether he wants it or not.
The controversial V.P. pick was enigmatic to the end.
The LP candidate didn't make the debates and didn't crack 5 percent. All he did was launch the beta version of 21st-century politics.