Ron Paul Endorses Chuck Baldwin in Surprise Announcement

To the surprise of most observers, Ron Paul – who claimed he would stay neutral between the presidential candidates of the Constitution and Libertarian parties – endorsed the Constitution Party’s Chuck Baldwin in a blog post made on September 22. Baldwin acknowledged and accepted the endorsement the following day.

Paul, whose candidacy brought together . . . → Read More: Ron Paul Endorses Chuck Baldwin in Surprise Announcement

Ron Paul’s “Rally for the Republic” in St. Paul, Minnesota

Economically speaking, the Democratic and Republican conventions were exercises in massive self-delusion. Barack Obama and his party acolytes bragged about how they would spend money we don’t have (we’re $10 trillion in the hole, by the way), and McCain and the Republicans promised to balance the budget, strengthen the dollar, and close the $70 . . . → Read More: Ron Paul’s “Rally for the Republic” in St. Paul, Minnesota

Free-Market Environmentalism: Rush Limbaugh Still Has Much to Learn

There is a common misconception that true adherents of the free market – libertarians – are “pro-big business” and do not care about the environment. This came up recently on the Rush Limbaugh show as he admonished libertarians to explain to Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party’s presidential hopeful, “what libertarianism is.”

Now Bob Barr . . . → Read More: Free-Market Environmentalism: Rush Limbaugh Still Has Much to Learn

How to Conquer Your Fear of Public Speaking

Have you ever had to give a speech in front of more than 1,000 people, half of whom were sure to disagree with what you had to say? That’s what I had to do on Sunday, May 24, at the Libertarian National Convention in Denver, and it was pretty nerve-wracking. Oh, and . . . → Read More: How to Conquer Your Fear of Public Speaking