Author Archives: wredlich

About wredlich

Warren Redlich is CEO of SpinJ Corporation, which became owner of IPR in November 2012. He was the 2010 Libertarian candidate for Governor of New York, and has run for office as a Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, Green, and Liberal.

Dan Savage’s Misguided Hate for Third Parties


Dan Savage delivered a misguided attack on Jill Stein and third parties on his podcast back in May. A few days ago a San Francisco attorney named Ray Everett posted a partial transcript of the podcast showing Sage’s rant and word has spread.

As owner of IPR I feel a need to respond to Savage’s idiotic comments.… Read more ...

Saturn on Weld: A Gun-Grabbing Neocon

From Saturn’s Repository:

Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson tapped former Massachusetts Governor William Weld as his pick for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 vice presidential nomination. Though ardent Johnson supporters laud the move as making the Libertarian Party ticket “viable,” there has been a strong backlash from those who do not believe Weld is libertarian.… Read more ...

Florida Libertarian Convention Report

LP presidential debate participants confer with moderator George Phillies. Facing camera from left are Marc Feldman, Austin Petersen, LPF Chair Char-Lez Braden, Darryl Perry, and Gary Johnson

LP presidential debate participants confer with moderator. Facing camera from left are Marc Feldman, Austin Petersen, LPC Chair Char-Lez Braden, Darryl Perry, and Gary Johnson

This reporter attended the Libertarian Party of Florida convention on Saturday in West Palm Beach.

Wes Benedict speaks to LPF convention

Wes Benedict speaks to LPF convention

LNC Executive Director Wes Benedict spoke early in the day, talking about the challenge of persuading people effectively.… Read more ...

The Economist Features Free State Project

The libertarian Free State Project was the subject of an article in The Economist this week. Below is a link to the full article as well as an excerpt. The whole article is a great read for libertarians.

Live free, or try

The FSP devised a pledge for activists to sign, by which they agreed to move to New Hampshire if 19,999 other libertarians made the same commitment.… Read more ...

Test post – related to commenting change

Just testing.

Warren… Read more ...

Comments now limited to registered users

troll doll

Due to recent problems with trolls, I have decided to require user registration and login before posting comments. I checked with key players on IPR and the consensus was to give this a try.

This may only be temporary. We will see how it goes. If anyone has any complaints or concerns please e-mail me at… Read more ...

Problems Logging In?

Some users (including the site owner) have been having problems logging into IPR. This appears to be a glitch with the JetPack plugin.

If you are having this problem on the IPR website, please e-mail me at and send me your IP address in the e-mail.

Warren… Read more ...

IPR Theme Updated

My brother made some changes to the theme which may satisfy some of the concerns, especially making it easier to tell which comments you’ve clicked on already.

Please let us know if it’s working better for you.

Warren… Read more ...

IPR On New Server: Now Working (??)

We think we’ve “successfully” moved IPR to its new server. We know it’s not perfect yet.

When we moved it, there was some unknown problem with the “theme” and we’ve temporarily implemented the Twenty Twelve theme instead.

It seems to be working now. Please post comments on this post if you see anything not working.… Read more ...

Moving IPR to New Server

We will tentatively be moving IPR to a new server and hosting setup on Monday morning. Articles and comments posting during the morning may be lost.

We’ll do our best to preserve all content, but it won’t be perfect.

The new setup will allow us to make better updates on the site, and allow volunteers to edit the way the site works on a “staging” server.… Read more ...

County LP in Florida Falls for Stone

So, what do Libertarians think? Does Roger Stone now speak for the LP? Not only does the Ohio LP embrace him, but recently the Broward County LP did so as well.… Read more ...

Redefining the Liberty Movement?

An editorial (ok a rant) from IPR’s owner:

Gary Johnson continues his effort to fragment the liberty movement. In his latest email he included the image below:


Johnson is plying libertarians with empty words. There is no need to redefine the liberty movement. There is zero substance behind the words.

What Johnson and his establishment puppet masters really want is to undercut the movement.… Read more ...