Because we love liberty and our constitution and are committed to the fight for both.
We believe that our country and our freedoms are under attack like never before and will be lost if we do not act to defend our Constitution and our liberty. These threats come from our federal government and beyond, and at times from our own state government.
Washington is broken -- irretrievably for the short term. Austin is not much better. The two party system is corrupted by special interests -- the rich and powerful who use government to become more rich and more powerful. Mired in the ways of Washington, the two old parties are part of the problem and not the solution. They will never change themselves and cannot be reformed from within.
We are in a battle for America, and Texas is the battleground. To be battle ready, we must have leaders. The two old parties have not produced and will not produce these leaders.
Our Constitution includes the tools to fight this battle -- nullification. By demanding a return to Consitutional government and respect for our 10th Amendment sovereignty, our state leaders -- governor, county sheriff, and all in between -- can with our help restore our lost freedoms and keep Texas strong and free. As a beacon for liberty, Texas can lead Amercia back to its rightful role as the last, best hope for mankind.
This is why we say, "If you want freedom in our time, the Texas Libertarian Party is not just another choice -- we're your only choice."
If you are the kind of person who wants maximum control over your life, if you are fed up with the ways of the Washington crowd, if you want different and more effective ways to fight the assault on your individual and state sovereignty, have we got a party for you!
Join us, the Libertarian Party of Texas.
BREAKING NEWS - Sep. 7, 2016
Houston Chronicle endorses Mark Miller, Libertarian for Texas Railroad Commission.
The Chronicle says, "Mark Miller, the Libertarian who's unquestionably this year's most qualified candidate for Railroad Commission of Texas commissioner." And, "By comparison, none of the other candidates for this office have actually worked in the industry they propose to help oversee." And finally, "Our editorial board interviews scores of candidates for political office every election year, but seldom do we find ourselves wholeheartedly endorsing a nominee from the Libertarian Party. Then again, seldom have we met a Libertarian candidate like Mark Miller."
This video is from 2014, but it applies in 2016.
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