Chris Bennett, Mr. Sipos is perfectly free to devote 100% of his own resources to his give-me-liberty-or-give-me-peace obsession. Similarly, I'm free to disagree with him that the LPCA should pay him $3850 per year to devote something close to 1/3 of its discretionary newsletter space to his obsession.
My passion is to unite all the voters who seek both more personal liberty and more economic liberty behind the choices that will most move public policy in a libertarian direction. That's why I've never used my positions on the LPUS Platform committee or the LPCA Executive Committee or the LPCA newsletter to try to get the Party to endorse what I freely admit are still minority principles within the movement, like geolibertarianism and liberventionism. In all such internal disputes, all I've ever sought is tolerance for disagreement among principled Libertarians -- no matter how much people like you insult and vilify me for doing so.