Rest in Peace, Dr. Marc Allan Feldman, #ThatLibertarian

“The Libertarian movement learned this morning that Dr. Marc Allan Feldman has passed away. Details have not been released regarding his cause of death. He was 56. Dr. Feldman was a candidate for the Libertarian presidential nomination this year. His campaign was one of the most inspirational in the field as a result of his sincerity, warmth, messaging, and his closing statement during the Libertarian National Convention’s final presidential debate.” Read more at The Libertarian Republic. Advertisements Continue reading Rest in Peace, Dr. Marc Allan Feldman, #ThatLibertarian

In The Wake of Orlando: Gay Men Can’t Donate Blood

“The FDA may want to reconsider these standards, as many who wanted to donate were turned away due to presumptions about their lifestyle and risk. In the meantime, thank goodness the blood banks have so many people lining up to donate to the victims that they have to tell them to come back tomorrow. This is a good problem to have. I wish we had this problem more often.” Read more at The Libertarian Republic. Continue reading In The Wake of Orlando: Gay Men Can’t Donate Blood

Survey: Libertarian Party Members Like Ron Paul More Than Gary Johnson

“Only 10% of the 1,563 individuals surveyed are either a state delegate or alternate. This means 156 people. The current count of delegates and alternates in the LP’s official list (available to members) is roughly 1300. The number who will attend the convention itself may be different. However, this survey only represents roughly 12% of the potential voting delegates/alternates, and by no means indicates how the vote may go.” Read the rest at The Libertarian Republic. Continue reading Survey: Libertarian Party Members Like Ron Paul More Than Gary Johnson

Keynote at LPMN Convention

I’m speaking at the Libertarian Party of Minnesota’s State Convention on April 16th. I’m the second keynote, I’ll be on around 8:30pm or 9pm. If you’re in MN, come say hi! Here’s my intro bio: Avens O’Brien, Second-Generation Libertarian Many of us adopt libertarian philosophy once we’re adults, but how does your perspective change if you were born into it? A leader in the millennial generation, Ms O’Brien will talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly in the libertarian movement and the reasons to be optimistic. Continue reading Keynote at LPMN Convention

Libertarian Presidential Candidate John McAfee Announces VP Choice…

“Famous computer programmer and businessman John McAfee is one of the top three contenders for the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination, but one of his greatest weaknesses within the party is a lack of connections within the movement itself. He may have just solved that problem, by asking libertarian photographer and entrepreneur Judd Weiss to be his Vice Presidential running mate.” Read more at The Libertarian Republic. Continue reading Libertarian Presidential Candidate John McAfee Announces VP Choice…

Men Should Be Able To Opt Out of Parenthood Too

“Ultimately, forced fatherhood has no place in a free society. I am profoundly grateful that, unless various activist groups get more laws passed to restrict my rights — which I’ll keep fighting — I will never be forced to be a parent against my will; it’s time to make sure that everybody can say the same.” Read more at The Libertarian Republic. Continue reading Men Should Be Able To Opt Out of Parenthood Too

Georgetown Law Students Forbidden from Campaigning on Campus

For Students Feeling the Bern, FIRE is Defending Their Rights Regardless of how our readers may feel about Bernie Sanders and his campaign, it’s known that he’s popular amongst millennials and college students – some of whom have been told by their universities that they can’t campaign for him, incorrectly citing a stipulation about the tax exemptions and political speech. For immediate release, a statement from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE). Read more at The Libertarian Republic.   Continue reading Georgetown Law Students Forbidden from Campaigning on Campus