Voting for a candidate with a D or an R by their name sends a message. It says, keep doing what you're doing, raise taxes, spend more, add to the nation's debt, invent more doomed-to-failure government programs, and start more wars. Only the Libertarian Party puts up candidates who are working to dramatically reduce big government spending, taxes, debt, regulations, bureaucracies, foreign meddling, and invasions of our personal freedoms.
Gubernatorial candidates of three parties held a joint press conference at Hamline University in St Paul, to protest suppression of the political process and today’s exclusionary debate by the DFL and GOP candidates.
Hamline University is hosting a gubernatorial debate in St Paul on Sunday, October 19. In a stunning show of partisan favoritism and in violation of their own policy, the University has invited only two of the five candidates to participate. Only the Democratic and Republican candidates have been invited.
Op-Ed by Chris Holbrook for Governor: It’s disappointing when an independent voice and former leader of the anti-establishment movement sells out and endorses the two-party establishment. WIINO (Was-Independent-In-Name-Only) Tom Horner has recently been trying to convince us that Jeff Johnson and his big government GOP solutions are what Minnesota needs. The opposite is true. Apparently, Libertarians are the only ones left to offer smaller-government solutions.