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Will Libertarians Move from Barr to Johnson?


In 2008 the Libertarian Party nominated former Georgia Congressman Bob Barr as their candidate for President of the United States. Many modern Pagans who consider themselves libertarians/Libertarians were displeased by this turn of events, as Barr had notoriously tried to ban Pagans from serving in the military, claiming that equal rights for Wiccans and Pagans set “a dangerous precedent that could easily result in the practice of all sorts of bizarre practices being supported by the military under the rubric of ‘religion.’ ” However, what was acceptable behavior in the ...


Ron Paul, Bob Barr, and Chuck Baldwin Fight Back


This has been covered previously on the website. A Missouri Information Analysis Center report that designates supporters of Ron Paul, Bob Barr, and Chuck Baldwin as potential militia-influenced terrorists. Baldwin appeared on the Alex Jones Show to talk about the issue. The three politicians have collaborated on a letter that will be send to Missouri officials protesting the MIAC report. Baldwin stated that if the MIAC report is not fixed to get rid of the “absurd” claims, the three signatories of the letter will consider legal action. March 20th, 2009 source


Happy Birthday, Bob Barr!


Up the road from Atlanta's election ecstasy, the Libertarian campaign sputters to a close "I just want to say," says Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Allen Buckley, "I'm a little disappointed right now. I think I was vastly superior to both of my opponents."There's a certain freedom that comes with belonging to a third party. Tuesday night in Georgia, Libertarians were the second happiest partisans you could find. Did they win anything new? No. Did they break the all-time Libertarian vote total in the presidential race? Also no. There was disappointment and a little surprise that anger at ...



 
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