By uniting all shades of pro-liberty people, Libertarians could stop being a fringe group and start having a serious impact on American politics.
Libertarians have lost an opportunity to lure conservatives by picking socially liberal candidates who oppose religious liberty and free association.
Reason Magazine’s Katherine Mangu-Ward explains the Libertarian Party convention in Orlando, the potential for a third-party candidate, and how the meaning of the word “socialism” has changed.
The #NeverTrump movement is not going to change who ends up in the White House in January.
Don’t think of Trump vs. Clinton as a popularity contest. Think of it as a race to see who will be slightly less detested by the American electorate.
Libertarians need a charismatic candidate to make a compelling case to disgruntled conservatives.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson’s stance on government forcing people to participate in gay weddings is decidedly coercive.
Here are the options various #NeverTrump leaders are actively pursuing right now to try to deliver an alternative choice for Americans this fall.
The frontrunners for the biggest two political parties are widely loathed. But Libertarian candidates have a chicken-or-egg problem with media and public attention.
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