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The Can Kicks Back Promises to Send Your Can to Capitol Hill: Will It?

“The Can Kicks Back” calls itself a a social movement of young people who all just happened to decide on their own last year to kick-start a young movement of young people burning to tax poor people more, tax corporations less, and slash social programs.

If you believe that “movement” is real, I’ve got [...]

A Sickly Shade Of Green

The infiltration of libertarians and conspiracy theorists is a serious problem in the Green Party. In the 18th district, a responsible Green Party activist should be primarying Carol Brouillet, rather than allowing her to become the most visible representative of the Green Party identity in the area. [...]

Does Libertarian Liberty Include The Right To Lie To Your Customers?

When you buy the Oreganol herbal supplement, you may not improve your health, but you will be assisting a kooky political campaign, thanks to the independent expenditures made by Judy Kay Gray, the owner of North American Herb and Spice. [...]

Political Donation: American Civil Liberties Union

When you buy a sweatshop-free t-shirt from Irregular Times, you do more than spread a liberal message across your chest. You help support liberal causes, too. For every shirt we sell, we donate a dollar to a worthy liberal cause.

In November of 2009, Antonio Musumeci was arrested and repeatedly harassed by Department of Homeland [...]

Wayne Allyn Root Campaigns Against Ron Paul, For Himself

If Ron Paul gets kicked out by Tea Party activists aligned with Wayne Allyn Root, then a replacement will come in who likely will be much less friendly to the Libertarians. [...]

Why is Ron Paul Federalizing School Contraception Policy?

“social conservatives… are better to leave the legislative remedies for important social issues at the level where they constitutionally belong, namely at the discretion of state and local officials.”

— Ron Paul, November 2008

“our founders never intended for social policy to be decided at the federal level…The notion that an all-powerful, centralized state should [...]

Libertarian Vegetables

If you believe government agents are out to get you by having you eat supermarket vegetables, well, I suppose that heirloom vegetable seeds may appeal to you as well. [...]

Gearing Up for 2010, Third Parties Swamped by D, R and None

Yesterday, the Federal Election Commission released its latest statistics on registered candidates for national public office. Here’s the official FEC breakdown of their party identification:

Democratic/DFL Party: 1031 Republican Party: 953 Independent/None: 132 Libertarian: 27 Other: 26 Unknown: 24 Green Party: 14 Constitutional Party: 3 Conservative Party: 2 Reform Party: 2 American Party: 1 Citizens [...]

Photos of Political Presence Outside Obama Columbus Appearance March 6 2009

From about 9 to noon on the morning of March 6, 2009, a group of Ohioans in numbers varying from a dozen to a hundred gathered on Stelzer Road in the city Columbus to stand outside as Barack Obama arrived from the airport, delivered a speech on the economy, then returned to the airport. President [...]

Talking Amero Coin Reveals Illuminati Conspiracy!

Don’t believe what you’ve been told about the Amero, the suggested currency of the suggested North American Union. Listen to what the Amero has to say for itself in this unique video podcast, showing the only genuine Amero coin ever caught on camera! [...]

Texas Democrats Shun Atheists, Libertarians Talk

I don’t like much of what the Libertarian Party stands for. However, in Texas, the Libertarians look like the closest thing to an opportunity at fair representation that an atheist can get. [...]