Daily Archives: September 12, 2008

Will Barr’s campaign manager be fired?

The IPR-coined term “Snubgate” made it to the most widely read libertarian Web site in the world, LewRockwell.com, today, when Eric Garris published an entry on the LRC blog asking if the Barr campaign’s leadership is “splitting.”

Garris’s question was prompted by the scathing editorial David [read more]

Might be too late for Ron Paul to remove name from Montana ballot

As noted yesterday on IPR, Ron Paul filed a request with the Montana Secretary of State asking that his name be removed from the ballot as the Presidential nominee of the disaffiliated Constitution Party of Montana, deferring to national Constitution Party nominee Chuck Baldwin. As of today, the Secretary of State has [read more]

Eugene Platt to be on Green Party Watch Radio

Green Party Watch Radio will host South Carolina’s only elected Green, Eugene Platt, this Sunday from 3 to 3:30 East Coast Time.

Platt is at the center of a legal battlefield. He has been sued in state court by Charleston County Democratic Party Chair George Tempel to keep him off the November ballot. Platt [read more]

Socialist Workers Party ticket on ballot in 10 states

In its newspaper The Militant, the Socialist Workers Party says it has “succeeded in putting the presidential ticket of Roger Calero and his running mate Alyson Kennedy on the ballot in 10 states” with its recent certification in New York and Vermont. The [read more]

Nader: The Federal Reserve ‘totally out of control’

Although he curiously avoided mentioning it in his statement to Ron Paul supporters, independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader was not shy about condemning the Federal Reserve when he appeared on CNN with Ron Paul on Wednesday.

“The Federal Reserve is now a government within a [read more]