Constitution Party of Idaho: ‘2016 Libertarians Breakout; but the Constitution Party?…Not So Much’

Posted on the Idaho CP's website on December 8th, 2016 It may be appropriate here to put up comparative data for reflection. After all, this is the eve of the Constitution Party’s so-called National Committee meeting in Huntsville, Alabama (NCM-Huntsville)…erect pinkies and hors d’oeuvres and all that. No doubt, cream puffery will be the whole of the menu. It is doubtful, given experience, that meaningful introspection … Continue reading Constitution Party of Idaho: ‘2016 Libertarians Breakout; but the Constitution Party?…Not So Much’

Constitution Party of Wisconsin: The Case for Restricting Muslim Immigration

by Brian Farmer  We Americans promised to “never forget” after the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, but for the past seven years President Barack Hussein Obama and his allies have tried to persuade the nation that Islamic terrorism has nothing to do with Islam, that the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is … Continue reading Constitution Party of Wisconsin: The Case for Restricting Muslim Immigration

I despise Gary Johnson… but I voted for him.

by Austin Petersen, The Libertarian Republic No one has more cause to dislike Gary Johnson than myself. After this man tossed my gift pistol in the trash when I refused to endorse his VP pick Bill Weld (in retrospect a smart decision), it took all the fortitude I possessed not to ignite a full-blown civil war against the ticket. … Continue reading I despise Gary Johnson… but I voted for him.

A Postmortem On Libertarianism: What Happened To Gary Johnson?

by William C. Vaillancourt This was supposed to be the Libertarians’ year. Both major party nominees were disliked at record-breaking levels – and yet together they amassed nearly 95 percent of the popular vote. Gary Johnson flirted with the 15 percent polling threshold needed to qualify for the debates – and yet what little momentum … Continue reading A Postmortem On Libertarianism: What Happened To Gary Johnson?

Wisconsin Constitution Party’s Riley J. Hood: ‘Nest of Vipers’

by Riley J. Hood, Chairman of the Constitution Party of Milwaukee County “Ye serpents, ye generation of vipers, how can ye escape the damnation of hell?” -Matthew 23:33 Republican hacks tell you to vote for Trump so we can “maintain our conservative majority” on the Supreme Court. Any Court that rules in favor of the … Continue reading Wisconsin Constitution Party’s Riley J. Hood: ‘Nest of Vipers’

HJ News: Constitution Party the best option

(The following was a letter to the editor that was originally published in HJ News.) To the editor: This year’s Presidential election is one for the history books. A woman being the Democrat nominee and a newcomer to politics being the nominee of the Republicans. Hillary Clinton is hands down, the most recognized female politician … Continue reading HJ News: Constitution Party the best option

Donald Trump’s Collapse Gives Gary Johnson an Opening

The Libertarian Party nominee can benefit from Trump’s fall, but only if he can convince Republicans and Democrats that he can really be commander in chief. by Nick Gillespie, Daily Beast How does Gary Johnson, the Libertarian nominee for president currently averaging around 7 percent in national polls, plan to benefit from “pussygate,” the release … Continue reading Donald Trump’s Collapse Gives Gary Johnson an Opening

Gary Johnson Lays Out a Sane, Coherent, Skeptical Foreign Policy

by Anthony L. Fisher, Reason.com Gary Johnson laid out a very coherent, sensible, and "skeptical"foreign policy in a speech last week at the University of Chicago. In it, the Libertarian presidential candidate presented a worldview that is stark contrast to both "smart power" in the form of non-stop interventionism favored by Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton … Continue reading Gary Johnson Lays Out a Sane, Coherent, Skeptical Foreign Policy

IVN: After Traveling 14K Miles, Independent POTUS Candidate Learns One Crucial Truth About America

by Lynn S. Kahn Ph.D. The spirit of America is strong; the state of our union is fragile. That is my conclusion after 100 days driving 14,128 miles through 34 states as an independent candidate for President of the United States. I met with over 1,000 people individually and in small groups. I mostly stayed … Continue reading IVN: After Traveling 14K Miles, Independent POTUS Candidate Learns One Crucial Truth About America

Lynn S. Kahn Ph.D.: The Destructive Core of the Trans-Pacific Partnership

by Lynn S. Kahn Ph.D. Let’s start by defining terms. Trade Promotion Authority – commonly called “Fast Track” – is granted by Congress to the President of the United States so the President or White House officials can negotiate trade agreements anywhere in the world and Congress only gets a yes or no vote. That … Continue reading Lynn S. Kahn Ph.D.: The Destructive Core of the Trans-Pacific Partnership