Tag Archives: LPRadicals

LPRadicals: No New Gun Restrictions

From a Media Release written by Nick Boss for the LP Radical Caucus:

Recently, President Donald Trump announced that he would “push for comprehensive background checks with an emphasis on mental health’ for gun sales, saying that the age of purchasers should be raised to 21 and bump stocks should be banned.”… Read more ...

Libertarian Party Radical Caucus Endorses and Funds Candidates for Second Year in a Row

In 2016, just barely over six months since its formal organization the Libertarian Party Radical Caucus (LPRC) disbursed $2208.71 to radical candidates and endorsed many more. Continuing in this commitment, the LPRC has distributed $1,500 to radical candidates in partisan races for the 2017 elections, split amongst three candidates, for a donation of $500.00 each.… Read more ...

LP Radical Caucus: To Krugman, With Love

1bu7xuDear Mr. Krugman,

Thank you for advertising the platform of the Libertarian Party.

The Libertarian Party Radical Caucus (LPRC) is a caucus of activists within the Libertarian Party who believe you missed the mark.

The LPRC was formed in 2006 because its founding members saw a need to encourage the Libertarian Party to stay true to its ideological roots.… Read more ...

Libertarian Party Radical Caucus: Convention News Text Updates

lprcFrom the Libertarian Party Radical Caucus Facebook Page:

STAY INFORMED AT CONVENTION: the LPRC will have a text update system to share info on floor votes, functions, meetings, etc at the convention. Before that time we’ll probably send a few test messages, so if you’re okay with that just text YOUR NAME to 919-906-2106.… Read more ...

The Libertarian Party Radical Caucus Issues its Positions on Platform and Bylaws Committee Recommendations

791109168f9766207150ef17018da8beec8199aeFrom the LPRadicals website:

The Libertarian Party Radical Caucus has reviewed the reports of the Bylaws Committee and the Platform Committee and issued its positions and recommendations. On items on which there was “no position” taken there was either not a clear radical concern or there was not consensus amongst the LPRC Board.… Read more ...