Category: Libertarian Party Videos

Feb 15 2013

Julie Borowski: Oppose the Violence Against Women Act

Source: Independent Political Report

Feb 13 2013

The Libertarian Party Response to President Barack Obama’s 2013 State of the Union Address

Source: Libertarian Party (

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Feb 11 2013

Cathy Reisenwitz: Government Transparency or “Why You Should Always Pay Your Hookers.”

Source: Independent Political Report

Here’s the latest video from “Libertarienne”. She sent me the following description of the video, and includes links to her sources:

Continue reading at Independent Political Report.

Nov 06 2012

Election Party Tonight with Gov. Gary Johnson

Source: (via e-mail sent November 6)


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Nov 05 2012

Final US Presidential Third Party Debate (Gary Johnson & Jill Stein)

Source: Free & Equal

Nov 04 2012

Libertarian McKnight Contrasts His and Opponents’ Policies in NJ U.S. House Race

Source: Libertarian Party (

\At a town hall meeting last January, Libertarian Patrick McKnight stood up to the incumbent congressman in New Jersey’s 7th district, Republican Leonard Lance, calling him out for his support of the sweeping, unaccountable government powers granted by the National Defense Authorization Act and the Patriot Act.

“That was day one of my campaign,” McKnight said of his run for U.S. House. “He’s telling everyone in the room what a strong supporter of the Constitution he was. And so I simply reviewed his voting record and challenged him on his claim.”

A YouTube video of that exchange has garnered more than 1,300 views. “As the video shows, he had nothing to say,” McKnight said.

He sharply contrasts his Libertarian solutions with the policies of Lance and his Democratic opponent, Upendra Chivukula.

“All we have to do is restore the legal supremacy of the constitution, and we solve 90 percent of our problems,” McKnight said. He specifically proposes:

  • Balancing the federal budget immediately.
  • Ending interventionist wars and bringing U.S. troops home from all foreign bases in 130 countries.
  • Dismantling the Internal Revenue Service, the Transportation Security Administration, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Department of Homeland Security, and Obamacare, thereby making it possible to slash taxes across the board.
  • Stopping all commercial bailouts and ending the Federal Reserve System. Putting a stop to artificial interest rates, currency devaluation, and misallocations of capital.
  • Ending the war on drugs, which would save billions of dollars, reduce violent crime and stop the incarceration of citizens who have harmed nobody else.
  • Patrick McKnight’s campaign made the front page of his local newspaper, the Hillsborough Beacon, and was featured in the Montgomery News and the Princeton Packet.

    He has taken his message of freedom directly to the people of his district. He estimates that he visited about a thousand homes personally.

    “I’m a regular working person; I’m not a career politician,” he said, noting his career as a landscaper and his long-time work on his family’s multigenerational farm. “I have real-world experience, and so I can connect with people. We’re all in this political and economic crisis together.”

    McKnight said that he views real change as an ongoing effort, and he hopes that all libertarians will consider running for office to “inject real issues into the discourse,” he said.

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    Oct 31 2012

    Video: “Gov. Gary Johnson debates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney”



    Oct 30 2012

    New Gary Johnson Video: “Be the 5 Percent”


    Two-term Governor, Gary Johnson needs 5 percent of the vote to break the two-party stranglehold. He Read more »

    Oct 29 2012

    Courting the Ron Paul Vote: Libertarian Gary Johnson and Constitution Party Nominee Virgil Goode Make Their Case

    Source: Reason (via Independent Political Report)

    CHICAGO—Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson of New Mexico and Constitution Party nominee Virgil Goode of Virginia are both looking to scoop up as many disaffected Ron Paul voters as they possibly can on Election Day. During the third party debate here they both made their own unique pitches that would appeal to Paul backers. Goode emphasized his paleoconservative positions on things like trade and immigration while Johnson pushed his libertarian credentials on things like ending the war Read more »

    Oct 29 2012

    Live Streamed Monday, October 29 7-8:30 p.m. Mountain Time: Gov. Gary Johnson

    Source: Libertarian Party (

    Libertarian Party presidential candidate, Governor Gary Johnson, will speak and hold a Q & A session at the University of Colorado at Boulder on Monday from 7:00 to 8:30 P.M. Mountain Time.

    The event will be live-streamed at


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