Larry Sharpe: I want Austin Petersen to stay in the Libertarian Party!

Written by Jennifer Giorgi Follow Jennifer on Twitter @jejoagio Controversy broke out Friday evening as liberty champion, Austin Petersen, toyed with the idea of running for Senate as a Republican. READ MORE: AP4RP? 2018 Party Choice ‘No Easy Bake Decision’ for Libertarian Sweetheart Former Vice Presidential candidate, Larry Sharpe responded on Sunday via Facebook with an important

AP4RP? 2018 Party Choice ‘No Easy Bake Decision’ for Libertarian Sweetheart

Written By: Alex Furman Published in a closed Facebook group early Saturday evening (made public with his permission), 2016 Presidential candidate Austin Petersen expressed his dissatisfaction with the current state of the Libertarian Party citing specifically low expectations and divisive infighting. Petersen then made a more serious suggestion- that he would rather “kiss the Trump ring” than associate with the

Gary Johnson: “This Is The Demise Of The Republican Party” [VIDEO]

By: Jeff Caldwell, II Libertarian Presidential Candidate, Gary Johnson, biked about fourteen or fifteen miles for this interview with CNBC. Johnson states he and the Libertarian Party represent the majority of the members in the Republican Party. Part of the transcript goes as such: Harwood: Let’s say Hillary Clinton‘s elected, and you have a solid showing. Trump loses.

The Homosexuality Issue is Behind the Republican Party

By: Kevin Enilc There is an emerging trend in the Republican Party since Peter Thiel’s empowered speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Homosexual conservatives are coming out of the woodwork for the first time ever, and loudly, proudly declaring their gay and political pride. After the Party’s first openly gay speaker in 25 years

Huckabee: The GOP Needs To Get Right With God “Or I’m Gone”

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee tore into the GOP over the gay marriage issue. Huckabee stated that he would leave and go independent if Republicans don’t renew the fight against homosexuals and abortionists. “If the Republicans want to lose guys like me and a whole bunch of still God-fearing Bible-believing people, go ahead and just abdicate on this issue,”