Daily Archives: March 8, 2016

Chairman of Miami-Dade County Libertarian Party endorses Austin Petersen for president

The following is a press release from Pierre-Alexandre Crevaux, chairman of the Miami-Dade County Libertarian Party: 

In 2012, I was more than excited to hear that Gary Johnson was joining the Libertarian Party to fight for liberty in the United States from my favorite third party. I supported Mr. Johnson as a Republican, and followed him to the LibertarianParty, when I was still a teenager. Continue reading

Jill Stein talks with NPR Illinois


Green Party Watch, March 7th: 

NPR Illinois interviewed Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein in advance of the state’s March 15 primaries. A 10-minute segment was broadcast on 89.3 FM Pittsfield and 91.9 FM Springfield, with an additional 14 minutes broadcast online. Continue reading

Breitbart: Green/Libertarian lawsuit against CPD could alter election


Green Party Watch, March 7th:

Jason Scheuer of conservative website Breitbart writes that the antitrust lawsuit filed by the Green and Libertarian parties and their 2012 presidential nominees against the Commission on Presidential Debates “may turn out to be the most important event of the 2016 presidential election.” Continue reading

Video of yesterday’s Libertarian presidential debate

Yesterday, the Libertarian Party of North Carolina hosted a presidential debate over Google Hangouts. Gary Johnson, John McAfee, Austin Petersen, Darryl W. Perry, Steve Kerbel and Jack Robinson participated.

Robinson used his opening statement to attack his fellow candidates. Robinson said:

“There are only two credible candidates in this race, Gary Johnson and me.”
“I’m angry over my opponents who tarnish the credibility of this party.”
“We have a drug kingpin, a businessman under investigation for securities fraud, a hobo anarchist, another who wants public hangings in front of children in order to induce fear and forced compliance, and finally Austin Petersen, SIN, a cowardly liar who having been soundly beaten by my son at the Georgia debate, misled his followers by editing him out of the video. As a businessman and his opponent, I find him immature, surely a failure in all he has attempted, believes cute is more important than competence, has irresponsible policies and who is by his own admission a razzling, dazzling liar.”

The debate, however, featured almost no personal attacks besides Robinson’s. The video of the debate lasts for an hour and forty-three minutes.