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Libertarian Party of North Carolina names new candidate for Lt. Governor


The following is an email newsletter from the Libertarian Party of North Carolina that was sent out today (H/T IPR’s Paulie):

The Tarheel Libertarian
July 2016

Irving Replaces Summerell as LPNC Chair

J.J. Summerell has resigned as chair of the Libertarian Party of North Carolina to focus on his run for U.S.… Read more ...

Online News Source for Libertarian Party, Issue 5, Released

The newest issue of the online publication calling itself Libertarian Party News has been released. This publication is not affiliated with the LNC or the official LP publication LP News.

Included are the following articles:

From the LNC

Hardy Macia, Libertarian Activist and Candidate releases

Libertarian Arthur Thomas aims to shrink Spending, Debt in San

Libertarian Levi Tappan hopes to cut Millions in Page, AZ

Abolish IRS, end Income Tax, slash Spending says LP Exec.… Read more ...

23 Libertarian Columnists Launch Libertarian Party News Outlet

PRLog (Press Release) – Mar. 14, 2013 – WASHINGTON, D.C. — 23 libertarian columnists launch Libertarian Party News outlet

A coalition of libertarian news reporters announced the launch of America’s newest independent political news outlet – Libertarian Party News. Twenty-three experienced and established columnists, all self-proclaimed libertarians, have come together to help level the playing field for Libertarian candidates and to promote the cause of liberty.

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Brian Irving: All Candidates Should Debate

From Brian Irving for Congress. As an IPR writer, Brian is not publishing his own editorial per IPR policy, but submitted it to IPR as any other candidate or opinion writer would.

Republican Rep. Renee Ellmers is apparently unwilling to debate her Democratic opponent in the 2nd Congressional District, according to the News & Observer.… Read more ...

Gary Johnson 2012 Campaign Endorses More Candidates


Gary Johnson Campaign Endorses Second Set of Candidates

7 June 2012 – Salt Lake City – Gary Johnson 2012 Campaign Headquarters


Governor Johnson is pleased to announce, on behalf of himself, Judge Gray and the Johnson/Gray2012 Campaign, his endorsement of the following candidates:

(Note: This is the second in a series of endorsement announcements.… Read more ...

Candidates for Libertarian Presidential nomination to debate at Massachusetts LP Convention October 9

Gold Mass Group: State LP Convention

October 9, 2011 10:00 AM
Tweed’s Restaurant
229 Grove Street, Worcester


Carl Person (confirmed attending)
Brian Irving (surrogate for R. Lee Wrights, confirmed attending)
R. J. Harris (may attend)
Roger V. Gary (may attend).

The Moderator
George D. J. Phillies
Former Candidate, President of the United States… Read more ...

Brian Irving: We’re about to go to war – again

Brian Irving at Wrights2012.com:

Hidden deep on page 359 of the defense appropriations bill being written behind closed doors is the latest faux declaration of war being concocted in Washington D.C. Sabin Willett, a partner at Bingham McCutchen in Boston which has represented prisoners at the Guantanamo prison, writes in the Boston Globe:

“Provisions in the National Defense Authorization Act, now before the Senate, would let the armed forces ‘detain’ people who are part of or support Al Qaeda, the Taliban, or ‘associated forces.’

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Liberty Point: Libertarian Mike Beitler asked the hard questions

Brian Irving at Liberty Point:

Mike Beitler may not have received as many votes as the polls indicated he would, but he said he’s pleased with the election results because of the campaign staff and organization he’s built.

“I am ready to turn this all over to Mike Munger,” Beitler said, referring to the party’s last gubernatorial candidate.… Read more ...

NC Supreme Court hears arguments in Libertarian-Green ballot access case

by Brian Irving
Raleigh Libertarian Examiner

The North Carolina Supreme Court heard oral arguments in what could be a landmark ballot access case for the state. The hearing culminated a five-year legal battle by the Libertarian and Green parties to reform the state’s restrictive ballot access laws.
Five of the seven justices grilled the attorneys for both sides.… Read more ...