Opinion & Editorials

Ron Paul’s ‘Audit the Fed’ Gets a Second Chance

Ron Paul’s ‘Audit the Fed’ Gets a Second Chance

By an overwhelming margin, the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives yesterday passed a bill modeled after former congressman Ron Paul’s “Audit the Fed” legislation. With 106 Democrats supporting the bill, the “Federal Reserve Transparency Act” was approved by a bipartisan vote of 333-92. A similar […]

by · September 18, 2014 · 0 comments ·
Huffing and Puffing, Pennsylvania’s ‘Big Bad Wolf’ Challenges Corbett

Huffing and Puffing, Pennsylvania’s ‘Big Bad Wolf’ Challenges Corbett

Pledging to spend at least $10 million of his own money on his long-shot candidacy, former state Revenue Secretary Tom Wolf entered the increasingly crowded race for the Democratic nomination for governor of Pennsylvania last Tuesday. An affluent industrialist from York County who served as […]

by · April 9, 2013 · 0 comments ·
Disappointed that the Libertarian Party has failed to run a libertarian for the presidency in the past two election cycles, Knapp plans to field a "None of the Above" alternative in 2016

Guest Column by Thomas L. Knapp: What’s There to “Grapple” With?

Florida law and SCOTUS rulings conflict over the matter of life sentences for minors.  The courts and the politicians and the prosecutors and the defenders are all tangled up in what to do about that. It shouldn’t be a big deal, because this is a […]

by · February 20, 2013 · 0 comments ·
HELP WANTED: Any ‘Big L’ Libertarian Bloggers Out There?

HELP WANTED: Any ‘Big L’ Libertarian Bloggers Out There?

This post is a bit “off topic” but I wanted to reach out to some of my friends within the Libertarian Party and the liberty movement as a whole. Over the past few years sites like The Daily Paul have taken root as significant voices.  […]

by · September 28, 2012 · 3 comments ·
Die Hard Ron Paul Supporter Sums It Up Perfectly: ‘I Will Not Quit’

Die Hard Ron Paul Supporter Sums It Up Perfectly: ‘I Will Not Quit’

If Gary Johnson or Virgil Goode needed any explanation as to why they ought not waste much time trying to win over the most devoted of the “Ronulans” out there, they should take a look at this video.  Created by a Paul-supporter who goes by […]

by · June 17, 2012 · 31 comments ·
Wave of Backlash Hits Ron & Rand Over Romney Endorsement, Campaign Mismanagement

Wave of Backlash Hits Ron & Rand Over Romney Endorsement, Campaign Mismanagement

I took a lot of heat in the 100+ comments to my recent editorial about the failure and fraud that was the Ron Paul campaign of 2012.  In the piece, which you can read here, I argued that anyone still blindly worshiping Dr. Paul should […]

by · June 15, 2012 · 22 comments ·
FAMILY TIES: The Biggest Difference Between Gary Johnson and Ron Paul

FAMILY TIES: The Biggest Difference Between Gary Johnson and Ron Paul

What’s the biggest difference between Congressman Ron Paul and Governor Gary Johnson? It’s not ideological, although there are some key and important distinctions on their positions. The biggest difference is money.  How much they have and how they’ve spent it. For Gary Johnson, his whole […]

by · June 8, 2012 · 116 comments ·
Why Dick Lugar Won’t Run as an Independent

Why Dick Lugar Won’t Run as an Independent

Dick Lugar’s loss to a Tea Party backed challenger in yesterday’s Republican primary has many wondering if the six-term Senator is going to consider an attempt to hold onto his seat without the help of the GOP.  By continuing his re-election bid as an independent, […]

by · May 9, 2012 · 2 comments ·
David Walker, Don’t Waste My Time

David Walker, Don’t Waste My Time

Former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker, a member of the Americans Elect Advisory Board, has been making some noise about a third party bid for President. Walker’s involvement with Americans Elect and as a founder of the No Labels group, an anti-partisanship entity, suggests that […]

by · April 24, 2012 · 5 comments ·
Americans Elect: Draft Mark Cuban for President

Americans Elect: Draft Mark Cuban for President

With only about three weeks to go before the Americans Elect process really gets underway, none of the declared candidates are even close to gaining enough support to qualify for the online caucus. At least under the current rules. So I started to wonder if […]

by · April 17, 2012 · 0 comments ·