Oops! The Libertarian National Committee Leadership Does It Again

by Contributor Alyce Auman I am completely convinced that the leadership of the Libertarian Party does not want to grow or become legitimate ever.  Here we have our Libertarian National Committee Chair Nicholas Sarwark telling people that the Libertarian Party growth is difficult because our struggles are comparable to women before suffrage and african americans

Libertarian Student Receives Threats After Exposing Biased Courses

Written By Jimmy Mahaney Contributor University of Wisconsin Green Bay student Jessica Murphy received some interesting back-lash after she posted a column in the MacIver Institute (which Murphy interns for), which is a Wisconsin based think tank that promotes free markets, individual freedom, personal responsibility, and limited government. The aim of Murphy’s column was exposing

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

Saudi Arabia Elected to the UN Women Rights Commission

Written by: Aaron Mathis Follow Him on Twitter: @The_Real_Mathis Just when we thought the world couldn’t get any weirder Saudi Arabia gets itself elected to the UN Commission on the Status of Women. According to the UN Website, the Commission is “exclusively dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women.” The irony is

We might have a new State named Liberty

Written by: Aaron Mathis Follow Him on Twitter: @The_Real_Mathis Who wouldn’t want to live in a state named Liberty? Representatives Matt Shea, Bob McCaslin, and David Taylor all think it is a good idea. When the 2017 House Session commenced last December, these three Representatives sponsored a bill, House Joint Memorial 4000 that would ask the federal

Questioning ‘Diversity’ is the New Blasphemy

I’ve been watching for a couple weeks now the saga of Paul Griffiths, Warren Professor of Catholic Theology at Duke University. For those unfamiliar, in February, Griffiths, an esteemed scholar who has taught at Notre Dame, the University of Chicago, and numerous other colleges, sent an email to colleagues urging them to not accept the

‘The Middle’ Doesn’t Always Equal ‘True’

We live in an age in which our media frequently frames issues up as a choice between two extremes. In such an age, it’s tempting for those who consider themselves educated to consistently take the via media—the “middle way”—and to assume that the truth always amounts to a balanced compromise between the two sides of

BREAKING: Cyber-Security Icon Offers Testimony on Seth Rich Murder

Democratic National Committee staffer and active election reform advocate, Seth Rich was shot two times and killed July 10th 2016, in Washington DC. Since his death speculation about his possible involvement with WikiLeaks’s release of private DNC communications, which forced the resignation of Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Shultz and heavily impacted last year’s election, has swirled across the

Spotlight on a Libertarian: Justin O’Donnell

Written by Heather Gwynn Follow Heather on Twitter at @starlasworld   Justin O’Donnell lives in Nashua, New Hampshire.  He is a member of both the National and the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire.  At only 27 years old, he is running for US Congress in New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District in 2018.   In 2013, Justin earned

6 Statistics That Show How Much America Has Changed in a Half-Century

Since the political scientist Charles Murray will be speaking at Intellectual Takeout’s upcoming gala, I thought it fitting to read his best-selling 2012 book, Coming Apart. Drawing on five decades of statistics, anecdotes, and other research, Murray sets out to make the case that America is, well, coming apart—economically, socially, and culturally. It’s a fascinating