Sheldon Richman and Jacob Hornberger: The Libertarian Angle

Here are Sheldon Richman and Jacob Hornberger of the Future of Freedom Foundation discussing the ten-year anniversary of the Iraq war.

Now online
March 25, 2013

Edit from Paulie: Sheldon Richman and Jacob Hornberger were both formerly prominent activists in the Libertarian Party, although as far as I know neither one is associated with that party anymore.

6 thoughts on “Sheldon Richman and Jacob Hornberger: The Libertarian Angle

  1. Mark Axinn

    Both Sheldon and “Bumper” have been tremendous contributors to the liberty movement, particularly with FFF and FEE.

    Until the end of last year, Sheldon was the Editor of the Freeman.

    We are fortunate to have such strong voices for freedom as theirs have been for the last twenty years.

  2. Jill Pyeatt Post author

    Thanks, Mark. I agree that they’re tremendous assets to our movement.

    It’s a little tricky to post them here because I don’t know how closely they associate themselves with the Libertarian Party, and this blog is inteneded to cover third parties. Sometimes I think it’s okay to cover small ‘l’ libertarians, as long as we don’t do it too often.

  3. Thomas L. Knapp

    Well, IPR is intended to cover “third parties and independent candidates.”

    Bumper and Sheldon are representative of the most routinely successful perennial independent candidate in American history: None Of The Above.

  4. paulie

    Sometimes I think it’s okay to cover small ‘l’ libertarians, as long as we don’t do it too often.

    Yes, but I like to try to find a party/candidate connection if I can think of one.

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