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Wayne Root: Comparing the Life of a Government Employee with the Private Sector

By Wayne Allyn Root, Former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee and Best-Selling Author of “The Conscience of a Libertarian

The world is backwards. It should be the taxpayers striking in the streets of Wisconsin. But, private sector taxpayers can’t afford to take a day off, let alone a week. Doesn’t that say everything?… Read more ...

Student-Columnists Blast the Two-Party State, Call for Third Party and Independent Alternatives

Poli-Tea:

Over the last few weeks, in opinion pieces for college and university newspapers across the country, students have stepped up their criticism of the reigning two-party state and duopoly system of government. AJ Warne writes for the Daily Athenaeum, out of West Virginia University, and argues that the “rise of a third (or fourth) party will better the political landscape.” An excerpt:

The United States is taking leaps and bounds toward a more effective and self-regulating political system even if it is going unnoticed.

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University of Texas at Dallas student runs for office as a Libertarian

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Grad student’s candidacy keeps third party on District 112 ballot

Eric Nicholson

Philip White is not running a conventional political campaign.

The 22-year-old UTD graduate student has not knocked on any doors or given any speeches. He has not spent or raised a single dime.

White, the Libertarian Party candidate for District 112 state representative, said he knows his candidacy is a long shot, but he thinks voters should have more than two choices.… Read more ...