The IPR writers haven’t been able to keep up with all the news in the third-party/Independent world over the past month or so. In an effort to catch up on some of the activity and news of Libertarian candidates, this article will list many of the pieces I have found on Facebook and other sources.… Read more ... “News From Libertarian Candidates Across the Country”
Published June 30, 2013 on the Socialist Action website. Socialist Action is a small Trockyist political party that most recently ran Christopher Hutchinson for U.S. Congress from Connecticut’s 1st district, whose campaign received 955 votes, or 0.42%.
IPR’s own Wes Benedict has not only been hired to become the Libertarian Party’s Executive Director, but he has also written a book introducing the LP, called Introduction to the Libertarian Party: For Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Independents, and Everyone Else. Here is a description of the book, as found on Amazon:
Many books describe libertarianism, but very few talk about the Libertarian Party.
Our policy on Syria is simply ridiculous. For starters, it’s my belief that we created the revolution there in the first place. That it never would have happened without the help of our CIA. Now 96,000 people are dead. Dead on both sides. Both sides have acted inhumanely, but in my opinion the rebel side is mostly hired guns for the most part so obviously they acted inhumanely.… Read more ... “John Jay Myers Writes About Syria”
John Jay Myers speaks to 400 attendees at the Hogg Auditorium at the University of Texas at Austin. The Libertarian Longhorns sponsored the event, which led with Gary Johnson for President. John Jay Myers is the Libertarian nominee for U.S. Senate, TX, and serves on the Libertarian National Committee.
The Libertarian Booster PAC, co-founded by this writer (Wes Benedict), recently sent an offer to provide more campaign materials to non-federal Libertarian Party candidates in Texas.
The Libertarian Booster PAC Mission Statement:
“Our mission is to promote liberty by helping candidates run efficient Libertarian campaigns. We help with the basics like websites, campaign materials, and paperwork, so our candidates can focus on the fun stuff like debating their opponents and getting in the press.”
Prior to the most recent offer, the Libertarian Booster PAC had already provided: