Thursday, July 14, 2016

Note Well: Neocon Bill Kristol Has Said Nice Things About Pence

And this from Kristol now:


  1. Can you start copying Lew Rockwell in on these posts? He is lost in a Trumpian daze that has him siding with Ann Coulter over sound libertarian theory. It's getting ugly.

  2. Neocons have nothing to fear with Trump

  3. Agree with The Moderate View, and please also post to Libertarians for Trump. Trump picks a Bill Kristol VP. So much for the lesser of two evils.

    Libertarians should consider Darrell Castle, the Constitution Party nominee, rather than Trump or Gary Johnson. Castle's positions on key issues are the same as Ron Paul's-- end the Fed, the drug war, and overseas military interventions. He will be on the ballot in about 42 states.

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