An important rift has resurfaced within the Libertarian Party, one of many that threaten to tear it apart.
I finally got around to watching the interrogation of FBI Director James Comey, which occurred on October 19th, by Congressman Jim Jordan.
The passing of the first "debate" of candidates - well, some of them - running for the office of President of the United States signals the beginning of the end for this election cycle.
Asking people to continue to contribute time, money and mental energy towards delivering a watered-down and twisted version of what they believe, in their name, and with no hope of victory is not terribly compelling.
As we move closer to late balloting deadlines and very near to the beginning of early voting, it certainly looks as if The People have missed a tremendous opportunity to strike a blow to the system.
Message dilution has nothing to do with governing - it concerns the face of the Libertarian Party and the level of commitment to transparency.
It has been interesting to watch the changing narrative surrounding the announcement by Gov. Gary Johnson that he is endorsing Gov. William Weld for VP.
The exit of Ted Cruz from the Presidential race has caused some excitement in the Libertarian Party.