Trump Would Cut Immigrant Numbers Only In Half, Because Some, He Assumes, Are Good People

During the recent attempts at ACA overhaul, Donald Trump was shown just how fragile Republican control in the Senate actually is. Presuming a unified Democrat opposition, Republicans can stand only two defections in order for Mike Pence to break a tie. So what’s the next bill the POTUS wants Congress to consider? He wants to

Poll: Most Americans Want a Third Party… Seem to Forget LP Exists

A recent poll by icitizen shows that of 1,176 respondents, 70% said the two current major political parties do not represent them well. The poll mostly focused on the opportunity or need for change within, or possibly outside of, the Democratic party. Democrats (75%) and Independents (81%) were the most interested in looking outside the two

Political Tendencies are Healthier than Political Dogma

By Gary Doan Far be it from us to decry personal spiritual fervor, but for some, the moral inambiguity implicit in deviation from self-defined religious principles has bled into nearly all worldly belief systems as well. Religious dogma often mandates strict adherence to it’s comprehensive belief structure for adherents, at least as a matter of

University of Iowa Scientist Might Have Found Cancer’s “Magic Bullet”

Dr. David Soll and his “magic bullet” might be the feel-good story you need today. Cancer, one of the most devastating and mysterious killers known to man, is the center of many peoples’ sadness and pain, even in an age of medical miracles. Most people have lost faith in a definitive “cure for cancer” but

Venezuelan Socialist Currency’s Inflation Outpaces Infinitely Spawning World of Warcraft Gold

What was originally just a depressing Twitter joke about the deteriorating state of Venezuela’s current regime has, like the crisis in Venezuela, become all too real. A couple weeks ago a Venezuelan Twitter user, KalebPrime, pointed out that the exchange rate to USD for World of Warcraft (“WoW”) gold had eclipsed the black market rate

It’s the Little Things You Say and Do (or Fail to Say or Do)

Written By Keith Hanson The United States Department of State could learn a few lessons that successful couples all know about managing relationships and keeping the peace. Anyone who has managed to maintain a committed relationship for more than a few years understands that it isn’t the big, bold, eye-catching things you do or say

Cory Booker Introduces Doomed Pot Legalization Bill

Yesterday, Senator Cory Booker unveiled his proposed bill to completely end federal pot prohibition. Such a policy has support of, according to Gallop, roughly 60% of Americans and growing. It also has about as much chance at passing this session as Gary Johnson had of winning the electoral college. It’s said that politics is a

Putin Cuts 755 Non-essential US Government Jobs

Over the weekend, Vladimir Putin made it official. He announced that he’s planning to expel 755 US diplomatic workers from his country, in response to sanctions that a rare unified Congress passed late last week. The number 755 (out of over 1200) was reached by equalizing our allowable diplomatic limits, after Obama expelled Russian diplomats

Glenn “Kane” Jacobs Talks to Liberty Viral About His Run For Mayor

You may know him from his persona of “Kane” in the WWE, but Glenn Jacobs is running for office. Hopefully, he’ll take a Big Boot, Chokeslam, Flying Clothesline, Sidewalk Slam, Throat Thrust, Tilt-a-Whirl Slam, and Tombstone Piledriver to government. The following is from our interview with Glenn Jacobs… LV: You’re currently running for mayor of

Republican U.S. Representative in New York Blatantly Copies the LP

by Contributor Alyce Auman Well, well, well.  Is there an echo in here? It’s always interesting when other parties try to piggy-back off the work of the Libertarian Party when they were not originally doing the hard work of changing minds. Where was Republican Congressmen Chris Collins, the New York 27th District’s Rep when the