This Sunday’s dust-up – or one of them – was President Trump’s comment, when quizzed by Bill O’Reilly, on his “respect” for Mr. Putin.
The minority party is the minority party because it caters first to its minority factions instead of the national interest.
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Planned Parenthood is on the right side of the (Libertarian) principle that women (like all individuals) own their own bodies.
First came the apparition of “universal affordable” health care, purporting to be affordable only by the legerdemain of taxpayer subsidies and not even pretending to provide much health care, considering its mountainous […]
Back when I was in grad school pursuing my Master of Public Administration, a question was often posed by my various professors about whether or not the government should (or can) be […]
On PBS, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson was asked in a third party debate why hasn’t he been more successful given the unpopularity of the two major party candidates. “I’m going to […]
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Many Americans can’t ignore what the North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”) did to their communities.
Gary Johnson is currently being, justifiably, lambasted for responding, “What is Aleppo?” when questioned about the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Syria’s second largest city.
I recently received a request to posit some thoughts on write-in candidates.
Have you noticed that immigration, the hot button issue in the 2016 election, has undergone an incredible transformation?
From “Most Republican” to Settling for no “Orange Jumpsuit,” GOP Insiders Find Reason to Back Libertarian Ticket
“None of the above” has never been more appealing for many voters and perhaps never more qualified than in the 2016 presidential election.
Two words in last Friday’s New York Times’ banner headline . . . “DALLAS” . . . “SNIPER” . . . triggered an involuntary and instantaneous flashback: JFK in ‘63.
There’s a headline to make some Libertarians cringe. In particular the “anarcho-” contingent, who consider Government and laws anathema, categorically.
One drawback for Libertarian Party candidates actually getting the news media attention – along with the prospect of actually winning a decent percentage of the vote – is having to address […]
House Speaker Paul Ryan’s endorsement of Donald Trump could be even more significant if the unthinkable happens in November – a brokered election. But the unthinkable has been happening for the […]