Gary Johnson Will Fight for Fathers’ Rights

SALT LAKE CITY, UT - AUGUST 6: Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson talks to a crowd of supporters at a rally on August 6, 2015 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Johnson has spent the day campaigning in Salt Lake City, the home town of former republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.  (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)

Gary Johnson Wants to Repeal Federal Law that Bribes the States to Take Action Against Fathers Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party presidential candidate, has made a commitment to fight for fathers’ rights. He is aware of provisions in the Social Security Act that financially reward the States to go after the income of non-custodial parents, who … Read more

Donald Trump Song: Republicans Stand By Their Man


Republican voters today seem to be singing Stand by Your Man! They are appalled at the things that are coming out of their candidate’s mouth, but party loyalty Trumps all! Play the song and sing along! Sometimes it’s hard to be Republican Giving all your votes to just one man You’ll have bad times And … Read more

Try Freedom For A Change: An Interview With Congressional Candidate Drew Thompson


Earlier this week, LibertyBuzz sat down with Drew Thompson, a Libertarian candidate for the United States Congress, to ask him about his campaign, his stance on the issues, and the Liberty Movement. LibertyBuzz: Hi Mr. Thompson! Thank you for taking the time to have this interview. Can you begin with introducing yourself to those who … Read more

The Future of The GOP: An Interview With #GOPExodus

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Liberty Buzz recently sat down with David Serenda, a leader of #GOPExodus to discuss the movement to leave the Republican Party. LibertyBuzz: To start, can you give a brief explanation of what #GOPExodus is and what you are trying to accomplish? David Serenda: #GOPexodus is a grassroots movement that was born out of the frustrations … Read more

The Voice of A Delegate: An Interview With Kera Birkeland


As unconventional as the 2016 Presidential nomination process was many of us didn’t expect it to become ugly. The 2016 election year brought out the worst in some people, for example, many of Donald Trump’s supporters used violence to shut down protesters, but also the supporters of the Democratic Party resorted to violence at the … Read more

Did The DNC Pay Donald Trump?


  With the release of a whole new batch of Wikileaks documents this week covering the email correspondence of the DNC, many journalists rushed to examine the trove of 19,000 emails and 8,000 attachments in search of a big story.  In no time at all, we were hearing what sounded like an astounding  revelation: that … Read more

‘Make America Safe Again’ Highlights What Is Wrong with U.S. Foreign Policy


The Republican National Convention was held this week, and while your newsfeed was probably filled with Ted Cruz and Melania Trump, there were a lot of other notable speeches, some of which fell under the theme “Make America Safe Again,” and served as a reminder of what is wrong with the United States’ foreign policy.

From Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst who said, “According to the FBI, ISIS is present in all 50 states,” to retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn who said, “The radicalization of Islam and its barbaric cause that uses modernity to influence potentially millions around the world to join their cause should keep us all up at night,” and “we must take seriously the possibility that these enemies have weapons of mass destruction and intend to use them,” the sense of fear-mongering was strong on the first night of the RNC.

So, they’re saying that America isn’t safe, and yet around the same time that these speeches were given, Monday night. A United States airstrike hit a Syrian village killing 117 people. Reports from the activists on the ground claim that at least 73 of the dead were civilians, and 35 of those civilians were children.

“The death toll is 117. We could document [the identity of] 73 civilians including 35 children and 20 women. The rest of the dead bodies are charred, or have been reduced to shreds,” Adnan al-Housen, an activist from Manbij, told The Guardian.

Then on Tuesday, a video was posted online showing a group of Syrian rebels beheading a 12-year-old Palestinian boy. These rebels are from the Nour al-Din al-Zinki Movement, one of the many groups who have received funding and training from the United States, and they are further proof that the method of backing Syrian rebels to defeat ISIS has the opposite effect.

The thing is, if the GOP wanted to make America safe, they would realize that using a barrage of drone strikes that lead to civilian causalities and spending billions of dollars to fund Syrian rebels aren’t working. Many Republicans are quick to blame President Obama and to say that Hillary Clinton would continue his policies.

While Republicans are not wrong.

I would think that if Republicans were looking for an answer to the problem, then Republicans would have to admit that what made America “unsafe” started long before the Obama administration.

And was a result of years of the United States overthrowing dictators in the Middle East and acting as there wouldn’t be consequences.

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Top 10 Libertarian Quotes From Ted Cruz’s RNC Speech


Many admire the courage of Senator Ted Cruz, who, unlike his Republican cohorts, did not agree to bend the knee or bow the head before a triumphant Donald Trump.  But did you know that the non-endorsement speech that Ted Cruz gave at the Republican National Convention on July 20, 2016, contained a Libertarian subtext? Here … Read more

Donald Trump Chooses Mike Pence as Running Mate


On July 16, 2016 at 11:00 am ET Donald Trump announced his choice of running mate, Governor Mike Pence of Indiana. The press conference in its entirety can be viewed in the video here. Before introducing Mike Pence, Donald Trump indicated that despite their previous support of Ted Cruz, evangelical leaders now support him. It … Read more

Bernie Sanders Becomes Clinton Campaign’s Latest Distraction


Bernie Sanders announced Tuesday that he is adding his name to the list of people supporting Hillary Clinton for president in 2016, and his timing could not have been any more perfect for the Clinton campaign.

“I have come here to make it as clear as possible as to why I am endorsing Hillary Clinton…and why she must become our next president,” Sanders said at a campaign rally in New Hampshire.

Sanders claimed that he is endorsing Clinton because she is the presumptive Democratic nominee and because he believes it is the only way to stop Donald Trump. However, his endorsement also occurred at the same time as the House Judiciary Committee meeting in which Attorney General Loretta Lynch was scheduled to testify about why she chose not to prosecute Clinton for sending classified information to an unsecured email server.

“Last week, I met with Director Comey and career prosecutors and agents who conducted that investigation. I received and accepted their unanimous recommendation that the thorough, yearlong investigation be closed and no charges be brought against any individuals within the scope of the investigation,” Lynch said. “While I understand that this investigation has generated significant public interest, as attorney general it would be inappropriate for me to comment further on the underlying thoughts of the investigation, or the legal basis for the team’s recommendation.”

Although Lynch did not give any real insight into her decision during the hearing, one thing is clear: The Clinton campaign is using Sanders as a distraction.

With the Clinton email scandal dominating headlines over the last week, it seems only right that she would look for a way to deflect the attention. Now, in all of the upcoming media interviews that Sanders does, it is likely that everyone will ask Sanders why he had this sudden change of heart, and he will probably use the time as an excuse to rally against Donald Trump.

However, any loyal Bernie Sanders supporter knows that he has already laid out several reasons why we should not vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016. Here are just a few:

“You’ve received over $600,000 in speaking fees from Goldman Sachs in one year. I find it very strange that a major financial institution that pays $5 billion in fines for breaking the law, not one of their executives is prosecuted, while kids who smoke marijuana get a jail time.” — Bernie Sanders, Jan. 2016

“Secretary Clinton has chosen another path in order to raise her campaign funds… she has established a number of Super PACs. In the last filing report, her largest Super PAC reported $25 million coming from powerful special interests, including $15 million from Wall Street.” — Bernie Sanders, March 2016

“Well, when you vote for virtually every trade agreement that has cost the workers of this country millions of jobs, when you support and continue to support fracking, despite the crisis that we have in terms of clean water, and essentially, when you have a super PAC that is raising tens of millions of dollars from every special interest out there, including 15 million from Wall Street, the American people do not believe that that is the kind of president that we need to make the changes in America to protect the working families of this country.” — Bernie Sanders, April 2016

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