While it is widely known that 2012 Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson is again seeking his party’s presidential nomination, the activities of the unsuccessful 2012 Libertarian Party presidential candidates are not so obvious. I decided to research the matter and provide an update on the former candidates. I found that out of the nine principal 2012 challengers to Johnson, one is deceased, two have expressed support for Republican front-runner Donald Trump, and three more are again running for President.… Read more ...
Wayne Allyn Root ran for the Libertarian Presidential nomination in 2008 and currently Chairs the Libertarian National Congressional Committee. His best-selling Book ‘The Conscience of a Libertarian: Empowering the Citizen Revolution with God, Guns, Gold & Tax Cuts.’ is now out in paperback
His web site: www.ROOTforAmerica.com
Description at youtube (with slight corrections): The Dallas County Libertarian Party wants you to know that all elections are not about the Presidency. With a solid group in Dallas we could influence politics as usual a great deal.
Too often voters get hung up believing that they can’t change politics on a local level.… Read more ...
Last week, YouTube.com had pulled down a video that had 13 million views in 48 hours. This action not only showed us how YouTube favors their partners, and how we need to reform Copyright laws. This video was all over the internet and the news.… Read more ...
YouTube has recently begun removing videos that feature content from Constantin Films’ 2004 film, Der Untergang (“Downfall”), despite the fact that many of these videos are parodies and thus constitute fair use of the material. […]
According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), these videos are being removed because of YouTube’s automated Content I.D.
Mark Selzer describes it as “Good to educate people inside the party as to what a Libertarian is and those without.
New videos up each week or even everyday.”
Mark Selzer produces the Libertarian Alternative in Hollywood, California. You have permission to spread, link and embed these shows. The show is based on the works of Harry Browne, Ron Paul and David Bergland and uses his book “Libertarianism in One Lesson” as it’s guide.