It is the third-largest party in America, yet its candidates for president are being excluded from national discourse by the Democrat-Republican duopoly. RT America is giving a voice to the Libertarian Party candidates in a televised debate.
Marc Feldman, Kevin McCormick, and Darryl Perry are facing off before RT America’s 360-degree camera in a debate moderated by Watching the Hawks hosts Tyrel Ventura and Tabetha Wallace.
The Libertarian Party is the third-largest political party in the United States, behind only the Democratic and Republican parties. Its platform favors civil liberties, small government, free markets and a non-interventionist foreign policy.
Darryl W. Perry is an author, editor and radio host who co-chairs the New Hampshire Liberty Party. He hopes to “run the most libertarian presidential campaign in history.”
Kevin McCormick is an IT security expert and longtime member of the Libertarian Party who feels “trapped by a two-party system.” His platform rests on three non-negotiable principles: personal freedom, free speech and the right to privacy.
Marc Allan Feldman is a physician who practiced anesthesiology at Johns Hopkins for 11 years. He takes a hardline stance on campaign finance, explicitly refusing to court wealthy donors, and supports limiting the government’s eminent domain powers.
Source: RT US