A few days ago, Nevada hosted a debate between Libertarian presidential candidates. Five were originally going to show up: George Phillies, Steve Kubby, Christine Smith, Gene Chapman, and Dave Hollist.
Unfortunately, Kubby and Smith were unable to attend. Smith canceled apparently without giving a reason, and Kubby, a convicted felon, was unable to secure permission to leave his home in California. Kubby did debate by telephone. Gene Chapman apparently refrained from setting himself on fire and handed out copies of his book.
Kubby’s apparent inability to reliably leave the state of California raises some questions about the viability of his campaign - will he be able to make it to Denver in May 2008? I don’t know why he was not allowed to leave - hopefully his folks can answer that. (Update 2/14: They have, and much more, in the comments.)
UPDATE: Apparently Paul had already covered this earlier, though it was skillfully phrased to not point out that Kubby is a convicted felon. (A convicted felon under a stupid law, but one nonetheless.)