Elections 2016 Opinion

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 […]

Elections 2016 Libertarian Liberty Movement News Opinion Story

Watch Out Libertarians: There Are ‘Imposters’ Among Us!

Yes, I spell imposter this way! And my gut tells me that is right, never mind what the spell checker says. And because I am limerent  and an autoist, I am sticking to this spelling. And yes, limerent is a word. Look it up! As for autoist, I coined it myself.  There are imposters among us. People who […]

Elections 2016 News PressRelease

CPD Refuses To Invite Gary Johnson and Jill Stein To The Final Presidential Debate

Washington, D.C. (October 14, 2016) – The nonpartisan, non-profit Commission on Presidential Debates (“CPD”) announced today that it has applied its Nonpartisan Candidate Selection Criteria for 2016 General Election Debate participation to determine eligibility to participate in the third presidential debate to take place at University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Pursuant to the criteria, which […]

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CNN and The Mainstream Media, A Disservice To The American People

People used to recognize the difference between a free country and the rest of the world by the degree to which citizens were able to trust the mainstream media (MSM). For instance, it was well known that in the Soviet Union newspaper readers had a choice between Pravda (meaning “truth”) and Izvestia (meaning “news”). While Pravda was the […]

Elections 2016 Libertarian News PressRelease Story

CPD Does Not Invite Gary Johnson or Jill Stein to The 2nd Debate

Washington, D.C. (October 4, 2016) – The nonpartisan, non-profit Commission on Presidential Debates (“CPD”) announced today that it has applied its Nonpartisan Candidate Selection Criteria for 2016 General Election Debate participation to determine eligibility to participate in the presidential debate to take place at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Pursuant to the criteria, which […]