Speakers and musical acts continue to be added to the United We Stand Fest hosted by Free and Equal for May 10, 2014. The event is planned for 1:00 at Pauley Pavilion, located on the University of California Los Angeles campus. Here is a trailer recently released of the [read more]
We need your phone calls now to protect Kentuckians’ property rights!
The news of the recent decision against the Bluegrass hazardous liquids pipeline made headlines and impacts from Wall Street to Bakken shale country. Those of us here in the real Bluegrass reveled a bit and then immediately [read more]
Minnesota Public Radio reports that Hannah Nicollet is the first candidate to seek the Independence Party nomination for U.S. Senate, in a bid to challenge freshman Senator Al Franken (Dem) who is up for re-election this year.
Ms. Nicollet, 39, was [read more]
The Personal Freedom Party is an essentially nonexistant politcal party in New York State without a website, formal organization, bylaws, more than a handful of legitimate members, state recognition of any kind or anything else. The “party” has a mere [read more]
On June 25, 2013, the special election for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts was held. It was held due to former senator John Kerry’s appointment to be the Secretary of State on February 1st. Democrat Ed Markey, a current member of Congress since 1976, prevailed over Republican opponenet Gabriel Gomez. [read more]
On June 11th, Tom Stevens, the Personal Freedom Party candidate for NYC Public Advocate, called for the immediate decriminalization of sexual service contracts. Stevens, the founder of the Objectivist Party of the United States and its 2008 and 2012 presidential [read more]
IPR has received information that Carl Person has sought and received the endorsement of the Reform Party for Mayor of NYC in 2013. Person, who sought the Libertarian Presidential nomination in 2012 and was the Libertarian nominee for New York State Attorney General in 2010, allegedly [read more]
I found this important bit of video on [read more]