The 2016 V.P. candidate is issuing endorsements, raising money, talking about what the party needs to win the White House, and tacking in a more Libertarian direction. But will he take the plunge?
Libertarian state Sen. Laura Ebke's bill triggers a review of state licensing laws, opens more opportunities for individuals with criminal histories.
Laura Ebke's attempt to rationalize Nebraska's occupational licensing laws gets praised in
The Wall Street Journal.
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.
Meet Larry Sharpe, the Marine turned management consultant who is rising to the top of a leaderless Libertarian Party
Win or lose, libertarians will remind Americans about basic principles we have in common.
What does the future hold for libertarians?
The Libertarian Party's write-in longshot, Ron Bishop, is also in the race. Bonus: a baker's dozen non-pedo reasons to dislike Roy Moore.
Neither Laura Ebke nor her cinema-loving constituents seem very scared.
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
This year marks communism's 100th birthday. Its horrors should remind us of the value of freedom.
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.
Leftists “have infiltrated and corrupted” the L.P., the former Senate primary-election loser charges on his way out the door
Colorado Libertarian Steve Kerbel wants to remove an incentive for police to harass citizens.
Democrats and Republicans running establishment candidates.
Second-place finisher in 2016 presidential primary will run for Missouri Senate seat as a Republican.