What Americans Want

Americans want, and deserve, a political system which respects them as unique individuals; as people who can make their own plans, who can take responsibility for themselves, who are compassionate, and who can and will solve their own problems if allowed to do so.

Most Americans, after some thought, prefer the Libertarian option in politics. Most people in their private, non-governmental affairs deal with each other on the libertarian premise of mutual respect. You don't threaten your neighbors with fines or jail just because they choose careers or lifestyles different than yours.

Let's hold government to the same standard. Protect us and our rights, and give us the respect we deserve.

Why Not Stick with The Establishment?

"Given the low level of competence among politicians, every American should become a Libertarian." 
— Charley Reese, Alameda Times-Star (California), June 17, 2003

The politicians in Washington and our state capitals have led us away from the principles of individual liberty and personal responsibility which are the only sound foundation for a just, humane, and abundant society.

Government at all levels is too large, too expensive, woefully inefficient, arrogant, intrusive, and downright dangerous. Democratic and Republican politicians have created the status quo and do not intend to change it.

Are You Ready for a Change in American Politics?

We believe the American people have seen through the charade of big government. The American people are ready for a fresh approach to the problems that plague us. Libertarian ideas were instrumental in the birth of our country, and they can inspire a return to the individual initiative, responsibility, and prosperity that were once part of the American dream. If you agree, join us, and help make a difference in American politics.

Time for Action

We hope you can see the benefits of living in that America envisioned by the founders and by their political heirs, today's Libertarians. Now is the time to join the Libertarian Party and become involved in our many activities at the national, state, and local levels.