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The Libertarian Party: A History From Hospers to Johnson

A brief history of how the Libertarian Party went from a small, meaningless group to a rapidly growing third party option for those inclined to liberty. The Libertarian Party John Hospers (1918-2011) was the first Libertarian presidential candidate. He defined Liberty best in 1971, during his campaign for President in 1972, that “Liberty is the …

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There’s No Such Thing as an Election “Spoiler”

Every election cycle we hear of the “spoiler,” the third-party candidate whose candidacy threatens to swing the election, not by winning, but by siphoning votes away from one of the two major party candidates. Some Democrats are still upset at Ralph Nader, the 2000 Green Party Presidential candidate. They believe he took votes from Al Gore in …

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No permanent friends or enemies, only permanent interests

America has no permanent friends or enemies, only interests. Henry Kissinger. I grew up in an amazing family, rich in culture, activism, intellect, spirituality and achievement. I was born in October 1968, six months after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and four months after the assassination of Presidential Candidate Robert “Bobby” Kennedy.  The 1960s and …

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Credit Bureau or Credit Bubble?

Are the credit bureaus responsible? Are they contributing to the housing and credit bubble? Why is identity theft so rampant? What can we do about it? Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. George Santayna Credit is the most terrifying and misunderstood financial item used by the consumer today. Most people have no idea …

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