Libertarians, want to win? Reach-out to Women and Minorities and here is why

by Contributor Alyce Auman The Libertarian Party needs more people to join the party.  Not just voters, but more activists with a broader spectrum of education, work experience, and backgrounds.  It takes all types of people to represent what is best for everyone. It’s also a lot of work undoing all of the brainwashing and

Feminist Author: Women Need to Stop Playing the Victim

Ask most feminists who the foremost victim in society is and they will likely say women. Fay Weldon, British feminist and author of The Life and Loves of a She-Devil likely would have said the same at one point in life. Now, however, she suggests that women are clinging to victimhood they no longer have

Clueless Tweet from Women’s March: “Women Birth Half the Population…”

LISTEN TO TLR’S LATEST PODCAST: Written by: Mackenzie Vieth Twitter: @_kenziepuff You might be wondering why this headline does not have a “Liberty Onion” notice attached. Well, I have some bad news. This is not a satirical article. This headline is derived straight from a tweet that was posted earlier this afternoon on the official

5 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Is Bad For Women

By: Liberty Laura They call her the “champion for the middle class.” Lol. They say she is a warrior for women’s rights. Haha! Hillary Clinton says, “I believe that the rights of women and girls is the unfinished business of the 21st century.” Well, malady you’re kind of doing a crap job at finishing that business up

Babes for Liberty Respond to Trump Girls With Sexy Comeback

By: Laura Meyers Earlier this week, a campaign known as “Babes for Trump” started to trend on social media when hotties that support Donald Trump for president used the hashtag #BreakTheInternet, in an attempt to flood Instagram, Twitter and Facebook with their… pictures. In a response campaign today, a competing campaign, Babes For Liberty rose

PHOTOS: The Women Of World War II

A Liveleak user put together a beautiful video mashup collection made up of photographs of women from World War II. Many of the women who fought in WWII weren’t actually employed by their government, so they did not qualify for war benefits. They were seen as inferior to men, and less able to do the