Since the 2008 presidential election that included the emergence of Ron Paul, the Libertarian Party has gained momentum. With the fierce campaigning of former New Mexico Governor and Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson, the party of anti-war, pro-free markets and bailout opposition could generate five percent of the vote in the United States on Tuesday.
Over at Economic Collapse News, I have interviewed three Libertarian Senate candidates and their take on the Federal Reserve, a major issue if you're a libertarian and concerned about the country's monetary system.
This week-long series has been performed quite well at ECN and the only thing I can say is that too bad it's over. Libertarianism and the Federal Reserve are two important issues that I talk about ad nauseam to my dame.
I was scheduled to interview Randy Weber, the Republican candidate slated to replace Dr. Paul in Texas. However, after the campaign spokesperson Courtney Weaver agreed she never contacted me again. Bah!
Anyway, here are the three articles:
Election 2012 & The Fed: Scotty Boman says Ron Paul should be Fed Chairman
Election 2012 & The Fed: John Jay Myers wants Chairman to have gas, matches
Election 2012 & The Fed: Senate candidate Daniel Cox wants end to Keynesianism