May 13 2016

Granny With A Gun: 80-Year-Old Shoots Home Intruder

Barb Moles; self defense

An 80-year-old woman shot and killed a home intruder late last month after he stabbed and beat her husband. Barb Moles was in her Washington home with her husband, John, and adult son when she reported hearing a commotion around 8:30pm on April 28. When she went to check out the source of the noise, …

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Apr 21 2016

Coming Soon: Liberty Late Night!

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Tune in to see me, Andy Craig, and Michael Iafrato discuss liberty minded news and politics live on Liberty Late Night, Sundays at 11pm EST starting May 1!

Apr 07 2016

Bernie for Bread Lines, Castro, & Press Censorship

Bernie for bread lines

Vermont’s socialist presidential hopeful, Bernie Sanders, has a bit of a sordid past when it comes to foreign policy. Though he often seems to avoid the topic, as Burlington mayor, he was accused of neglecting domestic affairs for foreign ones and showed an uncomfortable affinity for the dictatorships of Cuba and Sandinista Nicaragua. He often …

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Mar 29 2016

First Nationally Televised Libertarian Debate to Air April 1st

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After much drama and hoopla, the first ever nationally televised libertarian debate has been confirmed for April 1. The debate is set to air at 9pm EST on the Stossel Show on Fox Business, though it will actually be filmed on March 29th. The Libertarian Party’s website lists a total of 15 candidates for the …

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Mar 22 2016

Cruz Calls for Special Police to “Patrol & Secure Muslim Neighborhoods”

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Terrible news out of Brussels, Belgium, today as ISIS claims responsibility for attacks that have killed at least 30 and injured about 230 more. The 2016 Presidential candidates have already taken to various media outlets to give statements about the attacks and give their condolences to the friends and families of the victims. Ted Cruz, …

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Mar 21 2016

CA Gun Confiscation: Terribly Flawed, Short on Funding

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In 2013, California legislators gave the green light to a gun confiscation program that would involve law enforcement literally going door to door to take the firearms of some 40,000 people who had acquired them legally. While Senate Bill 140 was marketed as a way to get guns out of the hands of those who …

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Mar 04 2016

Sanders Calls for All “Non-Hunting Guns” to be Outlawed

Bernie Sanders is at it again, calling for for all “non-hunting guns” to be outlawed. When discussing the merits of Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders, topics typically include “taxing the rich,” “affordable college,” and a tax plan that could be disasterous to the economy. Talking points rarely seem to include things like the Senator’s stance on …

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Feb 25 2016

Study: Sanders Tax Plan Would Reduce Average Incomes by a Sixth

Bernie Sanders tax plan

Startling news about the Bernie Sanders tax plan has come to light in the wake of his win at the New Hampshire primaries. What is this startling discovery? That the Bernie Sanders tax plan would reduce Americans’ income by one sixth. This information is courtesy of a new study conducted by Tax Foundation, a non-partisan, …

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Feb 18 2016

First Ever National Libertarian Debate to Be Televised

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The first ever national Libertarian debate is happening, and it will be televised. The new was released earlier this week by Governor Gary Johnson’s campaign after a previously scheduled debate was canceled. The previous debate was scheduled for February 26th-28th via John Stossel, the International Students for Liberty Conference, and the FOX Business Network. Itwas …

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Oct 14 2015

School Tries to Ban Halloween to Be PC

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Last week, a Connecticut school district announced a decision to ban Halloween and any related festivities on the grounds that the holiday excludes too many students for cultural and religious reasons. The decision was communicated to parents and families by a letter from the principle, setting strict guidelines for clothing, classroom decorations, and seasonal behavior. …

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