Amendment Number: S.Amdt. 2093 to S.Amdt. 2089 to S. 1177 (Every Child Achieves Act of 2015)
Statement of Purpose: To end discrimination based on actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity in public schools.
When Rand Paul announced his candidacy for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, his followers proudly said that their candidate would […]
A list of the positive and negative attributes of the Rand Paul for President campaign. […]
Over the last few weeks, a person writing under the name “Citizen Norman” has popped up here now and again at Irregular Times, leaving comments indicating that he is running for the Libertarian Party presidential nomination in 2016.
Yesterday, Nathan Norman complained to Robert Milnes, a loose-tongued Green Party presidential candidate, that, “At least Mr […]
Marc Allan Feldman of Ohio is running for the Libertarian nomination for President of the United States. […]
Sam Rolley at Personal Liberty Digest writes that, “Popular former New Mexico Governor and 2012 Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson has announced that he plans to launch another bid for the Oval Office in 2016, which could be a year for unprecedented libertarian success in the presidential contest.”
Unprecedented Libertarian success? What would that look […]
Over the last day, I’ve been having a discussion with one of our readers, Stephen Kent Gray, about the difference between liberals and Libertarians. The discussion started out when Stephen wanted to know why I didn’t mention Michael McDermott, the Libertarian candidate for New York Governor, in my considerations of who to vote for in […]
Members of the Libertarian Party like to say that Libertarians are different from Democrats and Republicans. In spite of that, a former Libertarian presidential candidate just made a big political move that is straight out of the Republican and Democratic playbooks.
Gary Johnson released a statement announcing that Americans want “real alternatives to business-as-usual”, and […]
As they blabber on with ridiculous ideas such as the elimination of public schools, Libertarians unintentionally become living examples of how important politically mustered public support of education is. […]
It’s true that Ken Krawchuk’s educational proposal does not include Jon Roland’s details of children’s militias and robot armies, but fundamentally, the two Libertarian plans are the same:Destroy schools and let American children fend for themselves. […]
Note to Libertarians: Children in militias instead of schools, made obsolete by killer robots, is not a political goal that liberals share in common with you. […]