Wayne Allyn Root was honored to be chosen to open up FreedomFest this year in front of thousands of enthusiastic and passionate freedom lovers. Here is the LINK to the video of Wayne’s opening speech to start the event dubbed by the media as “the world’s largest gathering of free minds.”Wayne’s speech is entitled, “Why Government Fails at Everything It Does.”
By Wayne Allyn Root, Former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee
We lost one of the great American business and high tech icons last week — Steve Jobs. I’ve been a huge fan of Steve for three decades. I’ve spent tens of thousands of my hard-earned dollars on his Macintosh, iMac, iPad, iPod, iPhone, iTunes, Apple Apps, and Apple Stores. I applaud Steve Jobs for changing my life, Read more »
A U.S. District Court will hold a status conference on Monday, October 17, at 10 a.m., over the Libertarian Party’s ballot access case. On September 7 the same judge had enjoined enforcement of Ohio’s ballot access requirements for new parties, but since then the Secretary of State has still not put the party on the ballot. Read more »
On October 13, the U.S. Court of Appeals, 4th circuit, upheld North Carolina’s ballot access requirement for independent candidates for U.S. House. The law requires signatures equal to 4% of the number of registered voters, or approximately 20,000 valid signatures in the typical district.
The decision is very short and is unsigned. It says there is no way to diferentiate Read more »
Occupy Wall Street has been occupying Liberty Square/Zucotti Park for over three weeks. Mayor Bloomberg and the owner of the park have threatened to force demonstrators to leave for a cleaning, and after the cleaning, to not allow any sleeping bags or personal items on the ground after that time. The demonstrators are basically being threatened with eviction early tomorrow morning. Read more »
Bill Still announced today on KTKK Radio Station out of Salt Lake City, Utah, that he would be seeking the nomination of the Libertarian Party for President. He claims to have support from delegates out of Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and Utah. This article details some of his economic positions.
Still is known as a proponent of monetary reform and an opponent of the Federal Read more »