LPMN

October 27, 2015

Old Parties collude on budget deal to put Americans deeper in debt

The White House, along with Democratic and Republican politicians in Congress, released a budget deal on October 26 that throws more cash at Big Government programs and raises the debt. It also subverts the budget caps established by the Budget Control Act of 2011 by upping them by $80 billion and by throwing an additional $59 billion into a Pentagon slush fund.
October 22, 2015

LPMN leads new effort to tackle election restrictions

Many people may not realize it, but Minnesota has the most restrictive election practices of any state in our region. The LPMN is now pushing to change that, by coordinating a six-party coalition to lobby for a more free and open election process, meeting with the Secretary of State ... with more action to come.
October 21, 2015

Stop Border Patrol drug-busting of US citizens

Washington, D.C. — Agents of U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) in the southwestern United States are unconstitutionally harassing and detaining American citizens, on a fishing expedition for drug busts, sometimes as far as 100 miles from the border.
October 15, 2015

Independence Party candidate criticizes Libertarian solutions on regulation

An Independence Party candidate has criticized Libertarian proposals that market-based organizations can perform the regulatory function more reliably than government, highlighting how Libertarian stances differ from those of all other parties. However, his statement also promoted false and misleading claims about Libertarians, prompting a call for integrity in politics.