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With the launch of the Sunday Football Party behind us, I can say with certainty how nice it is to know how much support is out there. Nothing is better than having family, friends, and supporters all in the same building at the same time. What a great opportunity for all Libertarians to support one another and have fun at the same time. The launch of the Sunday Football party was a blast! We had some big name supporters, volunteers, and dues-paying members all show up to show that the Libertarian party knows how to lay back and party hardy.Read more
This article explains the folly of the warfare state. We must not let the attack on Paris, though tragic, cause us to go back to a never-ending war in the Middle East. We must put an end to drone strikes and military bases in the Middle East.Read more
Happy Veterans Day from the Libertarian Party of Nevada! Wishing the best for our nations Veterans!
According to a Reason Magazine, Nevada is one of the states that has a lot of Libertarians. We are really glad that our hard work has been paying off and that a lot of Nevadans are going Libertarian.
📢 Announcing the Affordable Energy Summit 🌎The Heartland Institute, the Libertarian Party of Nevada & Legislators Team Up
Libertarian and Conservative organizations, speakers and lawmakers team up to counter Obama’s Clean Energy Summit by providing free market solutions to clean affordable energy in United States.Read more
The Libertarian Party of Nevada and Out for Liberty Celebrate the Supreme Court Decision on Marriage Equality
The Libertarian Party of Nevada and Out for Liberty Celebrate the Supreme Court Decision on Marriage Equality.Read more
A Win for Libertarians and Las Vegas! No tax payer money for the $200 Million Dollar Soccer Stadium!
On Wednesday, October 1st, representatives of the Libertarian Party of Nevada, Chairman Brett H. Pojunis, Vice Chairman and County Commission F Candidate Jason G. Smith, and Outreach Director Jason Weinman attended the Las Vegas City Council Meeting to speak out against the use of over $115 Million of taxpayer money to finance a private soccer stadium in downtown Las Vegas. Amongst the sea of brightly colored union shirts and special interests there to speak in favor of using precious resources for this stadium were three stalwart individuals with nothing to do but battle with their wits, Libertarian lapel pins, and the knowledge that taking from working people to give to special interests is wrong.Read more