Reshaping The Party An Interview with Larry Sharpe

LibertyBuzz recently sat down with Larry Sharpe for an interview. Larry was a Libertarian Party candidate for Vice-President of the United States in 2016. He is currently the Managing Director of the Neo-Sage® Group, Inc and provides training, coaching and consulting in many industries including: finance, law, technology, media, retail, real estate, luxury, government and […]

Liberty, Senate and the Future: An Interview With Austin Petersen

This interview with Austin Petersen took place by phone on January 11, 2017. LibertyBuzz: Rumor has it that you are considering running for Claire McCaskill’s Senate seat in 2018. Have you decided definitely? Austin Petersen: I have not decided definitely. But I will be making that decision. I’ve set a deadline for myself to decide for […]

It’s bad enough they won’t admit the drug war is a failure. Now they’re denying it’s even been tried

On Wednesday, December 20th, when asked by CNN what should be done about opioid abuse, Joe Manchin, the senior senator from West Virginia, said that “we need to declare war on drugs.” Apparently Senator Manchin is unaware that President Richard Nixon already declared war on drugs over four decades ago. But not everyone has forgotten. Congressman Justin […]

Theodosia and the Pirates: The Battle Against Britain Review

Book: Theodosia and the Pirates: The Battle Against Britain Platform: Paperback, Kindle Publisher: Inverted-A Press Author: Aya Katz Genre: History & Theory Price: $15.99 Editor’s Note: This review was completed with a review copy from the publishers. Editor’s Note: Aya Katz is currently a contributor for LibertyBuzz and an associate of  Joe Eldred. If you are […]

The Illusion of No Choice: Vote Different

With approval ratings for the two primary candidates at a record-breaking low, most Americans have rationalized voting for either Clinton or Trump as “the lesser of two evils.” Anyone who’s taken an introductory college course on American government, however, will know that presidencies are won through states, not people. Now while we certainly can discuss […]