September 15, 2017

Run for Office as a Libertarian!

It’s official!  The Libertarian Party will be on the ballot in Arkansas in 2018, and we’re looking for candidates to run for public office. If you […]
July 12, 2017

Libertarian Party Of Arkansas Officially Recognized As New Political Party

On July 10th Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin declared The Libertarian Party of Arkansas a “New Political Party” for the fourth consecutive time. Now that the […]
June 12, 2017

Libertarians Submit “New Political Party” Petitions

The Libertarian Party of Arkansas delivered petitions to the Arkansas Secretary of State’s office today, seeking to become a “new political party” for the 2018 elections.  […]
May 29, 2017

A Memorial Day Message from the Libertarian Party of Arkansas

On this Memorial Day, the Libertarian Party of Arkansas joins with all Arkansans in reverently remembering our nation’s fallen heroes, and grieving their loss. In a […]
April 9, 2017

LPAR Elects New Officers, Honors Award Recipients

At its annual State Convention on Saturday, April 8, the Libertarian Party of Arkansas elected new officers and Executive Committee delegates, and honored a number of […]
March 25, 2017

LPAR Ballot-Access Petition Drive is Underway

Once again, the Libertarian Party is beginning the process of becoming a “New Political Party” in Arkansas. To be on the ballot in 2018, we need […]
February 14, 2017

LPAR Annual State Convention, April 8th – Big Liberty Little Rock ’17

The Libertarian Party of Arkansas will hold its annual state convention on Saturday April 8 in Little Rock.  Items on the agenda include officer elections and […]
November 2, 2016

This time, vote Libertarian

Election day is drawing near, and we face important decisions.  Voters will have choices in many races that include Libertarian candidates.  In fact, Libertarians represent the […]
October 30, 2016

The 2016 Arkansas Ballot Initiatives: A Libertarian’s Perspective

We asked Michael Vaughn, Chair of the Pulaski County Libertarian Party (PCLP) to share his recommendations on the 2016 ballot initiatives, based on his research of […]
October 27, 2016

Candidate Mark West on the Supreme Court’s Rejection of Issue 7

To: All media concerning the Supreme Court’s rejection of Issue 7 on Arkansas ballots. When influential and wealthy people are able to use the courts to […]
March 31, 2014

Drowning in a Sea of Red Ink

The declaration in the Biblical book of Proverbs, chapter 22, “the borrower is the slave of the lender,” is quite instructive to the current situation of […]
March 27, 2014

The Militarization of the Police

For those who follow the news or participate in social media networks, it has been hard to miss the numerous stories about the killing or assault […]
November 12, 2012

End the Fed Arkansas Rally – Little Rock!

End the Fed Arkansas Rally – Little Rock! RSVP HERE! We invite everyone in Arkansas from every political and ideological persuasion to join with us to […]
April 19, 2012

Libertarians Making a Difference in Arkansas – Casey Copeland, Attorney

Casey Copeland, Treasurer for the Libertarian Party of Arkansas, attorney and Alderman in Prairie Grove, AR, brought a case to the Arkansas Supreme Court that led […]
March 4, 2011

Opposing war doesn’t make you a pacifist

This is a continuation of the LPAR bringing you blog posts by our upcoming speakers at our State Convention on April 9th. This was originally posted at […]
December 4, 2010

LPAR Chair Participates as a Panelist on Liberty Cap Talk Live

Rodger Paxton, Chairman of the LPAR, was a guest panelist on Liberty Cap Talk Live tonight. To listen to the podcast, go to Liberty Cap Talk […]
September 17, 2010

Happy Constitution Day!

223 years ago today in 1787, the Philadelphia Convention adopted the U.S. Constitution. Today, that Constitution is being attacked from all over, which makes it more […]
August 18, 2010

What are those sneaky Mooslums up to now?

What do they mean by building a mosque in New York, and right down there at Ground Zero no less! Why we can’t have that! So […]
June 28, 2010


In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled Chicago’s gun ban unconstitutional due to the 2nd Amendment’s right to keep and bear […]
May 23, 2010

Much ado about something

There has been much press this past week, and it probably will be continuing for some time, about Rand Paul and his statements concerning the Civil […]

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