Here is an interesting article from The Libertarian Alliance blog, a libertarian organization based in England. The article is really about small l libertarianism rather than Libertarian Party matters, but it does a good job of chronicling the “paleolibertarian” phenomenon [read more]
An article posted in April of 2013 by one of our writers caused the above sequence of messages from Facebook. The article, about a campaign statement by Ruchika Darapaneni which took a stand on drug policy reform with regard to a certain leafy substance now legal in Colorado, [read more]
Byron Tau at Politico.com reports that the Federal Elections Commission is preparing to adopt a new rule that will allow political campaigns to collect donations in bitcoins. They will be required to convert bitcoins to dollars in order to spend on [read more]
I’m seeing too many nasty comments about people. Most recently there’s been a slew of attacks on Paulie.
Knock it off or I’ll do something about it.
If you have a comment of substance, fine. If it’s just calling someone names, it’ll be deleted [read more]
I found this on Facebook last night. I suppose the comment is from Warren. Not sure if it’s good or bad–but it IS humorous–
So I go to check our site’s “analytics”. Can you guess what our number one keyword is?
Jesse Ventura speaks with Piers Morgan. He says within the first few minutes that he’d like to be the first President to be elected representing no political party.
I found the [read more]
As part of testing the layout and appearance of IPR, I changed the picture that appears at the top (known as the header image). Again, please don’t panic. This is just more of a test.
Please let me know if you have comments. There were some helpful [read more]