The Golden Wedge

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The Golden Wedge is a (mostly) weekly newsletter focusing on the Libertarian Party and Libertarian political action around the country. We try to strike a balance between news (what happened), analysis (what it means), and opinion (what we think of it). This is a group effort, if you wou... Read more

The Golden Wedge is a (mostly) weekly newsletter focusing on the Libertarian Party and Libertarian political action around the country.

We try to strike a balance between news (what happened), analysis (what it means), and opinion (what we think of it).

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#6・

Credentials Committee Creating Controversy

Twice failed candidate for National Chair, Joshua Smith, is selling sports collectibles on eBay to finance his travel to the national convention, where he is seeking the Vice Chair position, having given up on a third run for National Chair.During his current…

 
#5・

Marshall Burt & Larry Sharpe Cancel Convention Speeches, Tom Woods Keeps Speaking Slot

The Mises PAC raised approximately $60,000 in the first quarter of 2022, most of which went to paying Michael Heise and his allies for “consulting,” including direct payments to their endorsed candidate for Libertarian National Chair, Angela McArdle. The FEC …

 
#4・

MC Makes Mess in Minnesota, Holbrook Resigns in Disgust

The Mises PAC brought in a brigade of people to vote in lockstep at state convention, denying long time party members and activists leadership and delegate roles and chose not to run a candidate for Governor, which is a ballot access race for the Libertarian …

 
#3・

Colorado Convention Kicks Back $6K to “Comic” Podcaster, Chooses Candidates

The Libertarian Party of Colorado's Mises Caucus controlled state board chose to spend $6,000 to have Dave Smith give the keynote address at their recent state convention. In it, he signals a shift in rhetoric to one of reconciliation after the takeover is co…

 
#2・

Caucus Cronies Kick Competent Candidate to Curb; Portia Powers Positive Outreach in Selma

In positive Libertarian news, Portia Shepherd and other members of the Libertarian Party of Alabama had a great presence at the anniversary celebration of the Edmund Pettis bridge crossing in Selma, Alabama.

 
#1・

Mises Caucus Seeks Mulligan in Idaho Court

If you find yourself engaging on social media at all, you owe it to yourself to watch this playlist of videos about dealing with the alt-right online. Deconstructing alt-right rhetoric is key to keeping the Libertarian Party libertarian.