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LNC Announces Subcommittee Appointments; Harlos and Amash Among Those Named

Libertarian National Committee Chair Angela McArdle announced member appointments yesterday afternoon to the Ballot Access Committee, Ballot Access Advisory Committee, and ad hoc Ballot Access Research Committee, among others.

Names were made publicly available on the LNC list and included a number of prominent Libertarian Party members including former Michigan Congressman Justin Amash and LNC Secretary Caryn Ann Harlos.… Read more ...

IPR to Cover Current (and former) Libertarian Speakers/Events at Freedom Fest, 13-16 July, Las Vegas NV


IPR reporters will be covering, in-person, presentations by current (and former) Libertarians, as well as other “third-party” speakers such as Andrew Yang of the Forward Party, at FreedomFest, in Las Vegas, Nevada, 13 to 16 July, 2022.

(Interested IPR readers desiring to attend FreedomFest can receive a discounted registration by using the code and link at the end of this article.)… Read more ...

Reason Magazine: Inside the Mises Caucus Takeover of the Libertarian Party

Earlier today Reason Magazine published the following 31 minute video documentary of the “Reno Reset.”

Those interviewed by Reason Magazine editor-at-large Nicholas Gillespie include, in order of appearance: LNC Chair Angela McArdle, former Congressman Justin Amash, Scott Horton, former LNC Chair Nicholas Sarwark, Randyn Tarnoff, Michael Heise, Dave Smith, Jeremy Kauffman, Brianna Coyle, Tom Woods, Avens O’Brien, and 2020 LP VPOTUS nominee Spike Cohen.… Read more ...

News & Notes: McMullin Wins United Utah Backing, NY Dems Forming New Party, Larry Sharpe Interview

UNITED UTAH BACKS MCMULLIN: Party members voted 46-3 in favor of endorsing McMullin, making this the first time the party, which was established in 2017, has endorsed a candidate who is not one of its members. The party was established by both Republicans and Democrats who thought their parties were moving too far from the center.… Read more ...