This Rhode Island governor candidate won 22 percent of the vote. He only spent $35.

Jaime Fuller The Washington Post 11/5/2014

Bob Healey did not win the Rhode Island gubernatorial race. No one expected him to, seeing as he didn’t plan to raise any money during his campaign.

He did, however, win 22 percent of the vote — 10 percent more than the last Brown University poll had projected — […]

Will Congressman Justin Amash Lose His Seat In 2014?

Michael Lotfi Ben Swann Truth in Media 10/28/2013

Congressman Amash (R-MI), a libertarian leaning republican, is a hero to those who support him. Amash has a spotless record when it comes to core conservative values. In fact, he’s even won awards for his strong votes. Yet, his support of civil liberties and sound economic policy […]

SWAT Team Raids Home of Libertarian Activist Adam Kokesh, Arrests Him on Drug and Gun Charges

Mike Riggs Reason Magazine 7/10/2013

A local SWAT team working with the U.S. Park Police raided the Herndon, Va. home of libertarian activist Adam Kokesh shortly before 8 p.m. last night. Kokesh was arrested and “charged with possession of schedule I or II drugs while in possession of a firearm,”according to the Washington Post(The […]

Dershowitz: Ted Cruz one of Harvard Law’s smartest students

Charles C. Johnson The Daily Caller 5/9/2013

Famed Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz ranks Sen. Ted Cruz among the school’s smartest students, adding that the Canada-born Texan can run for president in 2016.

Cruz was a “terrific student,” Dershowitz told The Daily Caller. “He was always very active in class, presenting a libertarian point […]

Rand Paul’s ‘crazy salad’ Giving Lefties Uncomfortable Aftertaste

Matt Welch Reason Magazine 3/28/2013

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) continues simultaneously climbing up the GOP totem pole and assaulting the traditional (and traditionally unsatisfactory) left-right spectrum on issues ranging from civil liberties to foreign policy to immigration to criminal justice to industrial hemp. This is both a reflection of libertarianism’s genre-defying principles, and of Paul’s […]

Ray Bradbury, author of ‘Fahrenheit 451,’ dies

“I don’t believe in government. I hate politics. I’m against it. And I hope that sometime this fall, we can destroy part of our government, and next year destroy even more of it. The less government, the happier I will be.” ~Ray Bradbury, 1920 – 2012

The Daily Caller 6/6/2012