ENG: The Libertarian Party is the third largest and fastest growing political party in the United States. The political platform of the Libertarian Party reflects its brand of libertarianism, favoring minimally regulated, laissez-faire markets, strong civil liberties, minimally regulated migration across borders, and non-interventionism in foreign policy, i.e., avoiding foreign military or economic entanglements with other nations and respect for freedom of trade and travel to all foreign countries.
In the 30 states where voters can register by party, there are over 225,000 voters registered with the party. Hundreds of Libertarian candidates have been elected or appointed to public office, and thousands have run for office under the Libertarian banner. The Libertarian Party has many ...
Human RightsThe Libertarian Party of West Virginia asserts that all humans are created equal, and that the rights of every sovereign individual must be respected. Human rights are inherent to all humans and must not be in any way abridged or regulated by the state except in cases where the individual has violated the rights of another sovereign individual.We see the right to be recognized as marital partners by some and not others as injustice. Thus, we feel that the policy of state-sponsored marriage is inherently inequal as it recognized only some and not others. Marriage should be viewed as ...
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The latest release from the Center for Libertarian Press InformationWhile the events rapidly unfolding in Iran after the recent election are of extreme interest and concern to freedom-loving people everywhere, Libertarians are asking the US Government not to involve itself in the affairs of the Iranian people. They also ask individuals to be wary of being stampeded into agreement with interventionist foreign policies through their natural concern for Iranians and their rights.David Nolan, one of the founders of the Libertarian Party, warns that “None of us here in ...
Brian Howey takes a rather vacuous look at Indiana Libertarians and mistakes the trees for the forest. Libertarians don't need to win. We exist as a third party on a national level because believers in the cause of Liberty who want to act politically, just do so. Why that should translate to actually taking political power escapes political pundits and angry individuals. It's not clear from this article which Mr. Howey is, but the notion does escape him. But it also escapes many earnest Libertarians.While I truly believe the average person is generally libertarian in their live and let live ...
Harry Browne - Libertarian Party Hall of Liberty, 2014 Harry Browne - Libertarian Party Hall of Liberty, 2014
Congratulations to the late Harry Browne, two-time LP presidential candidate, who was inducted into the Hall of Liberty at the 2014 Libertarian Party Nationa...
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Richard Winger - Libertarian Party Hall of Liberty, 2014 Richard Winger - Libertarian Party Hall of Liberty, 2014
Congratulations to Richard Winger, longtime editor of Ballot Access News, who was inducted into the Hall of Liberty at the 2014 Libertarian Party National Co...
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