Daily Archives: March 24, 2009

Your Monday Message from the Libertarian Party – Elected Libertarians are making government work for you


posted by Donny Ferguson on Mar 23, 2009

Dear friend,

Just a few days ago I had a nice exchange with Mack’s Creek, Misouri’s Libertarian Mayor Joel Stoner. Like other elected Libertarians, Mayor Stoner is hard at work improving city [read more]

LP.org: Glenn Beck to join Ron Paul, Peter Schiff on Fox News’ “Freedom Watch”


posted by Donny Ferguson on Mar 24, 2009

Glenn Beck will also be joining Peter Schiff and host Judge Andrew Napolitano on FoxNews.com’s “Freedom Watch” Wednesday afternoon.

Go to http://www.foxnews.com/strategyroom tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time to [read more]

Libertarian Party email: Learn how to protect your assets – and put Libertarians on the air!

Via email. Posted to IPR by Paulie.

Fox News Channel’s Judge Andrew Napolitano hosts “Freedom Watch” every Wednesday at 2:00 p.m., on FoxNews.com’s “Strategy Room.”

It’s an online libertarian program with libertarian hosts and [read more]

2012 Libertarian Presidential candidates Wayne Root and Tom Knapp on the MIAC report

The following post at Knappster was sent to contact.ipr@gmail.com by Tom Knapp, an announced candidate for the 2012 Libertarian Party Presidential nomination. Knapp is from Missouri, the home of MIAC. He criticizes statements made by Wayne Root about [read more]

Could Public Funding of Congressional Candidates Help Independent/Third Party Candidates?

The Washington Post has reported that within the week, a bill will be presented to Congress to create public funding of congressional candidates. Ballot Access News notes that it will be important to see if the new bill is fair to independent and/or third party candidates. [read more]

Could comedian Colbert win for President?

NASA held a nationwide contest to vote on a name for a new room at the international space station. The winning name was “Colbert”, after the television audience of comedian Stephen Colbert won on the write-in vote. Stephen Colbert was previously a candidate for President of the United States (sort of.) [read more]