Announcing the Winners of the 2016 FPP Peace Prize

The FPP Peace Prize was founded in 2009 due to the history of the Nobel Prize Committee selecting pro-war recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize. The FPP Peace Prize has a mission to recognize a person (or group) that has … Continue reading →

Darryl W. Perry’s Final campaign message: What’s next?

When I embarked on my Presidential Campaign, I did so with three goals in mind: 1) to run the most libertarian presidential campaign in history; 2) to proclaim the ideas of liberty as boldly and as often as possible; and … Continue reading →

There’s Not Much Left for Libertarians in the GOP

By Dan King There’s pretty much nothing left for libertarians to like about the GOP. Last night’s Republican debate – and all of the Republican debates since Sen. Rand Paul dropped out – prove that point emphatically. As Reason Magazine … Continue reading →

Announcing the Winners of the 2015 FPP Peace Prize

The FPP Peace Prize was founded in 2009 due to the history of the Nobel Prize Committee selecting pro-war recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize. The FPP Peace Prize has a mission to recognize a person (or group) that has … Continue reading →

Libertarians, libertarianism and the principle of non-aggression

There has recently been discussion within the Libertarian Party about what it means to be a libertarian. The main point of debate is whether or not the non-aggression principle is a core tenet of libertarianism. The non-aggression principle, also called … Continue reading →

SCOTUS rules on free speech

The US Supreme Court recently issued two seemingly conflicting rulings on free speech. Scotusblog reports the Supreme Court “gave state governments sweeping new control over the messages that can be put on auto and truck license plates but restricted governments … Continue reading →

The Congressional “good standard” should be raised

Not many elected officials explain to their constituents the reasons they vote a certain way on a given bill. Even fewer are those who will explain their vote on every bill! Justin Amash seems to be doing just that, posting … Continue reading →

VIDEO: Cheshire County Candidates Forum

The Cheshire County Candidates Forum was held from 2-4pm on October 16, 2012 in the Keene Public Library’s Ruth Huntress Auditorium. Twenty-seven candidates were invited, nine attended. Candidates answered questions from the moderator and the audience. You can watch the … Continue reading →

Cheshire County Candidates Forum Strawpoll Results

The Cheshire County Candidates Forum was held from 2-4pm on October 16, 2012 in the Keene Public Library’s Ruth Huntress Auditorium. Twenty-seven candidates were invited, nine attended. Candidates answered questions from the moderator and the audience. A strawpoll was conducted … Continue reading →