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Nate “Honey Badger” Atkins launches campaign for Minneapolis Mayor

LIBERTARIANS LAUNCH “HONEY BADGER” FOR MINNEAPOLIS MAYOR   Minneapolis, Minnesota (July 7, 2021) – The Libertarian Party of Minnesota proudly offers the following gift to the City of Minneapolis: candidate Nate “Honey Badger” Atkins for Mayor. “This really isn’t a gift to the City, it’s a gift to the People,” said State Chair Chris Holbrook,

2021-07-07T19:47:14+00:00July 7th, 2021|0 Comments

Libertarians Endorse Minnesota Coalition

LIBERTARIAN ENDORSEMENT OF MINNESOTA COALTION AND ITS DEMANDS   Minneapolis, Minnesota (March 18, 2021) – The Libertarian Party of Minnesota gives an unsolicited yet official endorsement of the Minnesota Coalition for its nine proposed 2021 Legislative Demands announced last month. The MN Coalition identifies as “a group of community organizers that have come together to

2021-04-22T10:19:12+00:00March 18th, 2021|0 Comments

Are social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter merely private companies? By Kahler Nygard

It's hard to ignore the debate raging across the country and on social media.  Online chatter has only gained steam as the President of the United States has been deplatformed and Ron Paul was purportedly banned by Facebook also, later deemed a “mistake”.  Many Libertarians believe Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon are privately-owned companies that can

A Libertarian Walks into the University of Minnesota… By Susan Esbe, Political Science Student at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Ben Shapiro was supposed to speak at the University of Minnesota campus in 2018. He was moved to a smaller venue off campus out of fear that his appearance would cause chaos on campus.  In other words, he was all but cancelled. I knew this when I chose Minnesota as my university of study. As

2021-01-09T15:29:54+00:00January 9th, 2021|0 Comments

LPMN EC Approves Resolution to stand with the individuals targeted for opening their businesses and homes.

WHEREAS Individuals have the ability to determine for themselves acceptable risk in choosing how to use their own properties or property to which they are welcome to visit WHEREAS The First Amendment protects free assembly among all consenting parties WHEREAS Governor Tim Walz' executive orders are unilateral, arbitrary, and a clear violation of The Constitution

Voting 3rd Party by Joe Proveaux

A mixture of governmental and personal restrictions have kept me insulated enough actually to have time, and perhaps misguided motivation, to read comment threads on Facebook. Now, I don't consider myself a popular fellow by any means, with a triple digits friends list comprising of people I know (and a couple of libertarian celebrities that

2020-04-26T12:18:20+00:00April 26th, 2020|0 Comments