Chuck Baldwin, the 2004 vice presidential nominee and 2008 presidential nominee of the Constitution Party, today published the editorial below:
All over America, State governors are cancelling Independence Day parades. They tell us they are trying to protect us from the coronavirus, but what they are really trying to do is wipe the memory of Liberty out of our minds.… Read more ...
Chuck Baldwin, the 2004 vice presidential nominee and 2008 presidential nominee of the Constitution Party, published the following editorial today:
One thing the faux corona pandemic has done is to separate lovers of liberty from slaves of the state. That divide is only going to widen. And, in reality, this has always been America’s battle.… Read more ...
2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Jacob Hornberger, whom the readers of IPR previously interviewed, has started a series on his campaign blog about Libertarian Congressman Justin Amash. Amash is also running for the Libertarian presidential nomination. Parts 1 and 2 of Hornberger’s series were posted here. Part 3 was posted here. … Read more ...
“If mankind minus one were of one opinion, then mankind is no more justified in silencing the one than the one – if he had the power – would be justified in silencing mankind.”
– John Stuart Mill
By R. Lee Wrights
BURNET, Texas (June 12) – It is popular and expedient in politics to champion taxpayer rights, state’s rights, patient rights, gay rights, people-with-disabilities rights, even animal rights.… Read more ...
Press Release from the Barr campaign. This one may be of particular interest given Barr’s professional background, which is described in the last paragraph.
Atlanta, GA — â€œWe typically make fun of bungled police operations by saying they were conducted by the gang that couldnâ€™t shoot straight,â€ notes Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party candidate for president.
Whereas, the basis for the laws of this great Republic is the Constitution, adopted September 17th, 1789; and,
Whereas, that Constitution provided for a clear but difficult procedure for amending it; and,
Whereas, the founding fathers saw a need for Amendments to guarantee certain civil rights to citizens including the right to a free press, free religious expression, the right to keep and bear arms, freedom from government seizure of their property, freedom from unlawful detention, the right to a prompt and fair trial by a jury, and protection from unreasonable bail requirements; and,
Whereas, these and other rights were considered important enough to be added as the first 10 Amendments and these have become known as The Bill of Rights; and,
Whereas, The Bill of Rights, ratified in 1791 remain untouched by Amendment for more than two centuries; and,
Whereas, the Executive branch of the Federal Government, through executive orders and other schemes has eroded many of these rights and still greater threats loom; Now therefore the undersigned citizens of the United States petition Congress to rise to its responsibilities and enforce and protect the Bill of Rights through any and all means at its disposal including but not limited to Committee Hearings and legal action through the courts.