New Overwatch Character Skin Sparks Political Controversy

Written by Gage Fenwick Follow Gage on Facebook at Gage Fenwick, Libertarian Overwatch is an online multiplayer game where players choose from a number of characters with varying skill sets, form teams, and fight for objectives and missions. As of January 27, 2017, the online game has garnered over 25 million players across all platforms. The game

Auburn Counterprotests Offer Peaceful Distraction From Aggressive Antifa [VIDEO]

Written by Gage Fenwick Follow Gage on Facebook at Gage Fenwick, Libertarian On Tuesday April 18, 2017, Alt-Right leader Richard Spencer held a speaking event at Foy Hall on Auburn University. The event was shadowed in controversy as the university cancelled the event out of fear for student saftey. Spencer then took the university to court to ensure

7 Baltimore City Police Officers Indicted on Federal Racketeering and Corruption Charges

LISTEN TO TLR’S LATEST PODCAST: Written by Blake Pendleton Federal and local law enforcement announced on Wednesday the federal indictments of 7 Baltimore Police Department officers.  Per the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the charges being levied range from conspiracy to federal racketeering with crimes of victim robbery, filing false affidavits and fraudulent overtime claims. Five other

Woman on Scooter Shoplifts Dinner While Rolling Through Walmart

Written by Crystal Byrd Josseleen E. Lopez was arrested in Florida after rolling dirty through Walmart aisles throwing back a bottle of wine and some snacks. Josseleen told deputies she had just injected methamphetamine and was hungry. I would like to take a moment and say that while I do not endorse the use of

5 Things Libertarians Say That Scare Normal People

Written by Crystal Byrd Libertarians profess to want to bring freedom and liberty to the people. That sounds great and noble, but we’re also really great at shooting ourselves in the foot when it comes to that effort. We are often overly vocal about those philosophical stances that will be most difficult for people to absorb,

DUI Checkpoints are Unconstitutional

Written by Jeff Caldwell, II In February 2016, Kansas’ Supreme Court ruled it against the Fourth Amendment to punish suspected drunk drivers who refuse a sobriety test. The Kansas law stated a driver were to have his/her license suspended for a year when refusing a sobriety test. KSN reports, “The state’s high court, by a 6-1 vote Friday,

Man Rages on Cops After They Tased His Wife [VIDEO]

Written by Liberty Laura In an altercation with police, an officer tased a man’s wife. After she collapses, the man goes off on the cops. Check it out:

4 Ways to Stop Police Shootings

Written by Aaron Mathis With the recent unrest in Charlotte and numerous police shootings across our country, it is time we consider how to fix the issue rather than perpetuate it. It is disheartening and sad to see lives being destroyed. Here are 4 ways we can be the change: 1. Respect Each Other The

Jill Stein Doesn’t Earn Free Hugs Project Endorsement Just Yet, Where’s Gary?

The Free Hugs Project interviews Jill Stein, but leaves endorsement on the table for other candidates willing to talk. By: Crystal Byrd Good ol’ Gary Johnson, just spent a whole lot of money on memes, but missed this golden opportunity to get out the Libertarian message with the wildly popular Free Hugs Project. Green party

Nanny-State Democrats Push to Ban Drinking Coffee While Driving

By: Jeff Caldwell, II New Jersey legislation looks to ban distracted drivers. PhillyVoice reports the bill “calls for a ban on drinking coffee, eating of any kind and personal grooming.” If the bill passes, a person will get a fine between $200-$400 for a first offense, $400-$600 for a second offense, $600-$800 plus points on one’s