Where is the cohort of new voices in our politics or media who are skeptical of the intelligence community or the assessments of the American military?
Ross Perot, the two-time third-party presidential candidate in 1992 and 1996, died at 89 after battling leukemia for five months.
Justin Amash announced his independence from the GOP yesterday. He would rather Democrats win than Trump succeed. Good riddance.
The former Starbucks CEO toured Texas last week with a message about political unity and moderation that almost no one wants to hear.
It seems reasonable to expect that at some point soon a real vacuum will emerge at the center of American politics where there wasn’t one before.
This plan for getting out of a President Trump or President Hillary Clinton only involves 13 states thinking clearly and strategically, and only really needs seven states to actually execute.
On today’s Federalist Radio Hour, Ben Domenech argues for case for a third party: The Party of Life.
Gary Johnson may be a pro-choice, pro-gay pot-smoker. But he’s for limited government, and that’s what conservative Christians need.
Melissa Joan Hart announces she is joining the Gary Johnson for president as his Connecticut campaign chair.
Here’s the speech Libertarian candidate for president Gary Johnson should give to voters eagerly looking for a plausible alternative.
Evan McMullin joins Federalist Radio to discuss why Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are unfit to be President.
It’s close to impossible for Evan McMullin to win the presidency. But it’s also nearly impossible that his campaign will be responsible for giving the election to Hillary.
Republicans have the exclusive opportunity to help mold and steer a powerful movement. Their refusal to do so could result in a gigantic voting bloc striking out, never to return.
Ilya Shapiro shares his own immigration story and discusses Gary Johnson’s religious liberty fails.
Better for America, the organization planning to run an independent presidential candidate, has secured ballot access in New Mexico and can do so in 25 states without naming a candidate.
The most surprising and topsy-turvy election in modern memory has a long way to go, and at least one more surprise is in waiting. It’s a third-party presidential candidate.
As one whose own life was saved from forced abortion in communist China, I am exploring my options for whom to support this presidential cycle.
A Party of Life would have one more attribute that both major parties lack today: it would stand for something, a clear unifying agenda around a single idea.
By uniting all shades of pro-liberty people, Libertarians could stop being a fringe group and start having a serious impact on American politics.
An effective third party is not going to happen this cycle. And nobody is going to swing the 2016 presidential election to the House to decide.
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