Not Libertarian Enough: Bridge The Gap & Get The Votes

According to a Pew Research Center study conducted in 2014, eleven percent of Americans self-identify as libertarians. The study defines libertarian as “someone whose political views emphasize individual freedom by limiting the role of government.” However, these libertarians do not hold consistent libertarian opinions on the role of government, foreign policy and social issues.[2] of the PRC fascinating, disturbing and challenging.

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Ohio Libertarians Hit the Ground Running for 2018

[Columbus, November 9]  Pleased with their candidate's 2016 showing, but unwilling to settle for a “no party” label for the future, Libertarian Party of Ohio activists are already hitting the streets to petition for the restoration of ballot access.  Denied a party line on the Ohio ballot by the combination of a draconian ballot access law and a corrupt conspiracy to remove the party's 2014 candidate for governor from the ballot, the LPO must submit petitions with more than 53,000 valid signatures no later than July 4, 2018.  But the party is setting itself some more challenging deadlines.

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Immigration: Should Living Somewhere Really Be So Complicated?

A hot button topic among the 2016 presidential candidates is one that has been the center of debate since the invention of borders: illegal immigration.

Most of the conversation is based on emotion and political rhetoric; but if you break down the facts, you’ll find some simple solutions to the crisis.

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Criminal Background Checks: A Libertarian Issue

Criminal background checks are pretty common in the workplace these days. You fill out the application, sign the consent form and off it goes into the ether. But what actually happens when a background check is performed? Worse, what happens when something is returned on your background check? Even worse, what happens if something is returned on your background check and it’s incorrect?

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