A New (Left) Low for National LP Chair Nick Sarwark 2

By Ryan Ramsey

Recent riots in Berkley, California have brought increasing attention to the global left wing terrorist organizations known collectively as ANTIFA. They justify their violence based on the idea they are fighting fascism.  Who is not against fascism, right? Thus, the riots and murders are understandable. This logic holds about as much water as the idea the Patriot act was patriotic because patriot was in the name. You can paint a turd any color, it doesn’t change the taste. Antifa are violent thugs, and the patriot act raped a number of our civil liberties in a very UN-patriotic manner. In the words of John Adams, “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”

This immutable law of nature is a source of neverending irritation to the leftists attempting to hold back the Libertarian Party from its  destiny to shift the paradigm of American politics. That destiny is to create a force edging us towards freedom with  each election cycle, rather than a constant inch toward Marxism. Nick Sarwark, National Chairman of the Libertarian Party, is the poster boy for the Cultural Marxist idiocy that keeps us relegated to single digit election returns in a country where 25% or more of the population supports our policies. If we took the national platform and removed all the items.


Mitt Romney may vote Libertarian, as GOP criticism of Trump deepens Reply

There goes the libertarian neighborhood.

Now is the time for serious anti-state radicals to forget about “fiscal conservatism and social liberalism” and become full-blown anarchists.

By Nicky Woolf

The Guardian

‘I wish everybody in the Republican party had rejected Mr Trump and chosen someone else,’ Romney said Friday.
‘I wish everybody in the Republican party had rejected Mr Trump and chosen someone else,’ Romney said on Friday. Photograph: David Goldman/AP

The former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has said he will consider voting for the Libertarian party in the presidential election instead of Donald Trump, in a stark example of how far the GOP establishment is from accepting the billionaire leading its bid for the White House.

Romney, who lost to Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election, even said the decision to vote against his party would be “very easy” if Bill Weld, another former Massachusetts governor who has fundraised for Romney, was at the top of the Libertarian ticket.