Libertarian Party Presidential Candidates React to Phil Davison Video

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Twelve 2016 Libertarian Party presidential candidates participated in IPR’s second-ever presidential candidates questionnaire.  The candidates were asked seven serious questions and three “fun” questions.  At IPR, responses to only two of the fun questions were published.  The third is published here as an exclusive to The Saturnalian. Continue reading

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Darryl Perry: Against Legislating Morality

Presidential candidate Darryl Perry  posted the following editorial at Free Press Publications on January 10, 2016.

Perry is an author, radio host, and political activist who owns and edits Free Press Publications.  He served as the chairman of the now-defunct Boston Tea Party and is an announced candidate for the 2016 presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party.  The Saturnalian does not necessarily endorse the views expressed in the letter below. Continue reading

Nathan Norman Announces Presidential Run

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Blogger Nathan Norman announced earlier this week that he will seek the Libertarian Party (LP) presidential nomination in 2016.  If victorious, Norman says he will cede the nomination to former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.

“I do not claim to be qualified to win the presidency,” said Norman, “but I intend to win the nomination as a stand-in” for Gingrich. Continue reading

Darryl Perry: Open Letter to the FEC

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Presidential candidate Darryl Perry sent the following letter to the Federal Election Commission on May 7, 2013, discussing his campaign decision to accept only Bitcoin, Litecoin, and precious metals as campaign contributions.  Bitcoin and Litecoin are open source software exchanged online as currency.  Bitcoin was developed first and has been in use since 2009.

Perry is an author, radio host, and political activist who owns and edits Free Press Publications.  He served as the chairman of the now-defunct Boston Tea Party and is an announced candidate for the 2016 presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party.  The Saturnalian does not necessarily endorse the views expressed in the letter below. Continue reading