New Jersey’s Cape May County Herald profiles Peter Boyce, the Constitution Party nominee for the Second District U.S. House seat in the state. Boyce “has been politically active for over 20 years. His efforts have been focused on motivating legislators to safeguard [read more]
The Southern Voice, an Atlanta gay-themed alternative newspaper, has an 1,800-word piece on Libertarian presidential nominee Bob Barr’s evolution on gay issues. The story says Barr was “once gay Public Enemy No. 1 for the Defense of Marriage Act.” The story has [read more]
Earlier this week, IPR reported on the controversy brewing within the Boston Tea Party surrounding a dispute between Vice Chair Tom Stevens and party founder Tom Knapp. Now, according to Todd Andrew Barrett, Dr. Stevens has [read more]
Today at 6:00 p.m., bloggers from the popular libertarian Web site Last Free Voice will be appearing on the Vortex of Freedom program on BlogTalk Radio. The lineup of expected guests includes ElfNinosMom, Paulie Cannoli, and “G.E. Smith.” The call in number is (347) [read more]
The nomination for U.S. Senate was contested at today’s Michigan Libertarian Party convention. Leonard Schwartz, the 2006 nominee for the same office and 2008 vice-presidential hopeful, ran against seven-time Libertarian candidate, Scotty Boman.
Boman, an active Ron Paul supporter [read more]
A posting at Techdirt is critical of Libertarian vice presidential nominee Wayne Allyn Root, saying Root “appears to be your garden variety patent hoarder who has been successfully forcing a bunch of online sports betting websites to pay up over a patent [read more]