Augustus Sol Invictus: Departure Memo & Fireside Chat Explanation

Augustus Sol Invictus is an Orlando-area attorney who graduated from DePaul College of Law.  Recently, he declared his candidacy for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 U.S. Senate nomination in Florida.  Discussion about his candidacy on IPRhas centered on his past remarks in favor of eugenics and an April 2013 letter he wrote to fellow DePaul graduates … Continue reading Augustus Sol Invictus: Departure Memo & Fireside Chat Explanation

George Phillies Retires, Issues May 2015 Edition of Liberty for America; plus my comments (Paulie)

Jill Pyeatt reports at IPR: George Phillies began the May 2015 Issue ofLiberty for America with some personal news: Change in Life Style Your editor has indicated to his university that he prefers to retire at the end of the current academic year, which happened last week. The sign on his office door, the office … Continue reading George Phillies Retires, Issues May 2015 Edition of Liberty for America; plus my comments (Paulie)

Cynthia Davis Broadcast on Legalized Cannabis

Independent Political Report Home Front Jeremy Mahurin and Facets of Marijuana Legislation Marijuana legalization efforts are sweeping the country. With the support of Republicans, Democrats and Libertatians, it looks like Missouri may be next. However, some say, “Not so fast.” There is more we need to know in the debate. Today, we interview Pastor Jeremy … Continue reading Cynthia Davis Broadcast on Legalized Cannabis

Charges Against Kshama Sawant & Two Co-Defendants Dropped

Independent Political Report All charges against Councilmember Sawant, Reverend John Helmiere, and Alaska Airlines baggage handler Socrates Bravo were thrown out today as the judge heard the City of Seatac’s case and found it uncompelling. “The city decided to treat it like the crime of the century, yet could not prove their case,” remarked Dmitri … Continue reading Charges Against Kshama Sawant & Two Co-Defendants Dropped

BAN: U.S. District Court in New Mexico Upholds Independent Petition Requirement

Ballot Access News On April 30, U.S. District Court Judge Martha Vazquez, a Clinton appointee, upheld New Mexico’s requirement that an independent candidate submit a petition of 3% of the last vote cast. Parker v Duran, 14-cv-617. The plaintiff was a candidate for Public Education Commission, district 4. He needed 2,196 valid signatures, and was … Continue reading BAN: U.S. District Court in New Mexico Upholds Independent Petition Requirement

Sanpete County Constitution Party of Utah features pedophile as their guest speaker

by Cody Quirk Recently the Sanpete County affiliate of the Utah Constitution Party held their convention on the 18th of April, as the Herald reported: Sanpete County Constitution Party of Utah held its convention on April 18, the first convention in nearly eight years. Attendance was disappointing with only a few of the 60 members … Continue reading Sanpete County Constitution Party of Utah features pedophile as their guest speaker