Gary Nolan, host of the Gary Nolan Show and a 2004 candidate for the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination, endorsed 2020 Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen today after Jorgensen appeared on his radio show.
According to a press release from the Jorgensen campaign, Nolan remarked:
As a Libertarian candidate, Jo Jorgensen hits all the important buttons for me.
Libertarian activist Stephen P. Gordon died unexpectedly September 5, 2018 at the age of 56. An Alabama native, Gordon resided in New York since 2014, working for Project Veritas.
Gordon’s involvement in the Libertarian Party dates back to the 1990’s, when he co-founded two local chapters in Georgia. Upon returning to Alabama in 2002, Gordon’s national profile grew.… Read more ...
Aaron Russo was a potential presidential nominee for the Libertarian Party in 2004. Although he lost to Michael Badnarik, many of the issues he spoke about remain relevant today. In honor of his birthday, here is a movie he made in 2006. He died of cancer in 2007.
By Michael Badnarik (2004 Libertarian Party presidential nominee)
Published June 26, 2013 on LibertyForAll.net
Do you remember the cartoons you watched as a child? Occasionally the characters would get into a fight, symbolized by a small tornado whirling madly. Frequently an innocent bystander would get unwillingly sucked into the fight. As if we don’t already have enough problems, it appears that the United States may get sucked into World War III.… Read more ...
From Mike Riggs at Reason, describing Gary Johnson’s speech to the ACLU:
Johnson said he’d cut the military’s budget and end Obama’s interventionism. It wasn’t until he got started on legalizing marijuana that the crowd (figuratively) lit up. A steady stream of applause followed Johnson’s declarations after that.
H/T D. Lou Shenoll in comments on a previous IPR post, Libertarian Presidential nomination candidate RJ Harris was involved in a car accident yesterday while on his way to a Constitution class at the Oklahoma Capitol taught by 2004 Libertarian presidential nominee Michael Badnarik.
Per RJ’s facebook wall (around noon today) “Got into a car accident on the way to Michael’s Constitution class at the state capital.
Former Libertarian Party presidential candidate and constitutional scholar Michael Badnarik has announced an endorsement of an independent candidate for Congress in Colorado. His endorsement reads as follows:
Like so many Americans, I have come to distrust my government, and I have grown cynical about the election process. My campaigns for President and for Congress made me realize how corrupt the process has become.
I want to extend my sincerest sympathy to all the families that were directly affected by the attack perpetrated on New York City and the American psyche one decade ago. We all remember exactly where we were, and what we were doing when we learned of the attack.… Read more ...
Press release sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by Free and Equal:
Former Arizona Sheriff Richard Mack and 2004 Libertarian Presidential Candidate Michael Badnarik are giving a joint presentation on the Constitution at the University of Kentucky on April 23. The event takes place in the W.T. Young Library Auditorium, 401 Hilltop Avenue in Lexington.… Read more ...
This year’s annual Libertarian Party of Connecticut (LPCT) annual convention will be held May 7th, in New London, at VFW Post 189 (110 Garfield Avenue, New London, CT) between 10-12 PM. We are fortunate to have former Libertarian presidential candidate and all around Constitution scholar Michael Badnarik delivering the keynote speech.… Read more ...