New Bristol City boss Lee Johnson says he wants to "break free" from his father Gary Johnson's "mould" at the club.
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson thinks Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump could be his ticket to having a significant effect on the 2016 race. "If the Libertarian candidate for president ever — ever! — has a chance of getting elected...Show More Summary
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson join us to discuss his 2016 presidential run. Fox News’ legal analyst Lis Wiehl talks about whether or not the media manipulates news and how.
Libertarian Gary Johnson has publicly announced that he is running for president in the 2016 election. As Johnson was being interviewed last week on Fox Business by Neil Cavuto be dropped the news that he was seeking the Libertarian nomination to run for presidency in 2016. Show More Summary
Nearly two-thirds of repeat third party nominees performed worse during their second White House run.
Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson who ran as the Libertarian candidate for president in 2012 will seek that nomination again in 2016. He knows he can’t win, but hopes to be a spoiler. Johnson told me that while he knows he realistically can’t win the Oval Office, he is hoping to play “the spoiler [...]
EDITOR’S NOTE: Earlier this week, Gary Johnson, the libertarian former governor of New Mexico, threw his hat into the presidential ring. His entry is seen by many as a response to the damp squib campaign being waged by fellow libertarian...Show More Summary
EDITOR’S NOTE: Earlier this week, Gary Johnson, the libertarian former governor of New Mexico, threw his hat into the presidential ring. To mark the occasion, I dug through the old NSFWCORP archives (now owned by Pando) for our coverage...Show More Summary
Jim Webb continues to talk about an independent run for the presidency, and has now hired former Draft Biden finance director Sam Jones to handle fund raising should he decide to run. It is doubtful that such a third party candidacy will receive any meaningful support nationally, but The Washington Post notes that “polling suggests [...]Show More Summary
Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson tells us why he’s seeking the Libertarian nomination for President in 2016. Can Alabama’s Chief Justice Roy Moore get away with his ban on issuing same-sex marriage licenses, or will higher courts step in?
Every candidate has their passion project. Bernie Sanders wants to go to war on the wealthy. Donald Trump wants to keep people out of the country. Ted Cruz wants to repeal Obamacare. Hillary Clinton wants to pick up where Obama left off. Show More Summary
Gary Johnson, a two-term Republican governor of New Mexico who became the Libertarian Party's 2012 presidential nominee, will make his second third-party run for president. Johnson received 1.2 million votes in 2012, the highest total his party received in its 40-year history. Show More Summary
Well, here he goes again. He was the Libertarian Party’s nominee in 2012.
Libertarian Field Heats Up: – John McAfee is getting competition in his Libertarian run for the presidency. Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson said he is once again making a run for the oval office. He ran back 2012 as a Republican,...Show More Summary
With the Presidential primaries beginning in Iowa in less than a month, a lot of people assume that Hillary Clinton has the democratic nomination in the bag. Struggling to keep up with the former Secretary of State is the self-proclaimed “democratic socialist,” Bernie Sanders. Show More Summary
There was nothing all that unusual about the latest announcement of presidential candidacy. 2012 Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson, once the Republican governor of New Mexico, will again pursue his new party's nomination. He will come with some fresh notoriety as the former CEO of Cannabis Sativa, a "Nevada-based marijuana... More »
Despite the incredibly crowded field on the right, a new potential Commander in Chief has emerged from the pack declaring he would seek the GOP nomination for President of the United States: Gary Johnson.
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson on Wednesday said he is seeking the Libertarian Party nomination for president.