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Sen Rand Paul - no friend of the Opposition

November 19, 2014. Louisville, KY. (ONN) Which pearl of wisdom is more correct - Keep your friends close and your enemies closer? Or, an enemy inside your house is more dangerous than an enemy outside your house? Kentucky US Senator Rand Paul is currently waging a one-man war against independents and opposition candidates across the country. He’s coordinating with the elites of Washington and Wall Street and going after independent media outlets. You may have even seen one of his campaign commercials in your state telling you not to vote independent.

November 6th
With the election through, there were some disappointments, of course, but there were also some real bright spots. David Patterson broke the record for the most voted received by a Libertarian in Kentucky. 44,231 voters chose David Patterson. Top Ten co…
October 31st
Our total number of registrations continue to grow. We croseed 4,000 in July, and we're almost halfway to 5,000 from there! Our latest numbers (4,418) show that the LPKY is still growing faster than predicted growth. We thank everyone who has registered …
October 13th
KET instituted new rules this year. They didn't tell our nominated Libertarian Party candidate, David Patterson, about these rule changes. In fact, the rules changed several times. Most importantly, the nominees of the Old Parties were invited under no …
October 12th
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Libertarians suffered a major setback in their lawsuit against KET on Saturday. David Patterson, the Libertarian candidate for United States Senate, will not be allowed to participate in Monday's debate. Judge Van Tatenhove issued a …
September 29th
KENTUCKY - A federal constitutional lawsuit, filed today against Kentucky Educational Television in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, stems from its new exclusionary policy regarding public debates, eliminating Libertarian particip…


 





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