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Tag: election

The Hidden Tyranny of Bipartisanship

By Jack Parkos | United States Amidst the 2016 general election and the 2018 midterms, the word "bipartisan" was thrown around quite a bit. This occurred as people called for unity of Democrats and Republicans during times of heated political discourse. Many people voted for candidates who they deemed more likely to "reach across the ...

Bad Legal Precedent Used to Challenge Maine Election Result

The incorrect ruling of Baker v. Carr will be used to challenge the results of a ranked choice voting election for House District 2 in Maine.

The Libertarian Party: A History From Hospers to Johnson

A brief history of how the Libertarian Party went from a small, meaningless group to a rapidly growing third party option for those inclined to liberty.

The Florida Midterm Election Mess: A Recap

A recap of the election drama unfolding in Florida right now.

Cindy Hyde-Smith Moves on to Mississippi Senate Runoff

Cindy Hyde-Smith, the incumbent Junior Senator from Mississippi, has moved on to the runoff election for her seat, beating challenger Chris McDaniel.

Interview with Wisconsin LP Chair Phil Anderson

71 Republic spoke with Phil Anderson, Wisconsin Libertarian Party Chair and candidate for Governor about his policies as Governor and current US Politics.

Democracy: Perpetually at Odds with Unmolested Capitalism

Democracy is a tool weaponized by the least productive people in a capitalist society to attack society's most prolific producers of wealth.

Does the Two Party System Make Any Sense?

The two-party system leaves voters with few options, as although the Democrat and Republican Parties seem to differ, Authoritarianism is at their core.

Beto O’Rourke Faces a Possible Campaign Finance Violation

Beto O'Rourke, the Democratic Candidate for Senator of Texas, may have committed a campaign finance violation involving a CNN town hall.

Everyone Should Vote

Although counterintuitive, it is a popular opinion among many libertarians and anarchists that one should not vote in political elections.

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