So, Donald Trump would have won 1.4 million more popular votes than Hillary Clinton if it weren’t for California’s legions of Democratic voters...
A friend of mine has written a poem about 2016 election that includes this passage: Libertarians cried: “What we need is Ron Swanson!” Instead they got dim, nondescript Gary Johnson Who bored within seconds and blanked on Aleppo If he...Show More Summary
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and his running mate Bill Weld earned more than 4.46 million votes this November, the best a Libertarian tiicket has ever done. But the Libertarian Party fail this year? Brian Doherty and Matt Welch write in the new issue of Reason: For the first time, the L.P. Show More Summary
The controversial Libertarian Party vice presidential pick Bill Weld was enigmatic to the end. Matt Welch writes in the latest issue of Reason: Two days before the election, and just minutes before a Gary Johnson rally at Colorado Christian...Show More Summary
Objectively speaking, 2016 was the Libertarian Party's best year ever. It was also a savage disappointment. On the positive side, the presidential ticket of two former Republican governors, Gary Johnson of New Mexico and William Weld...Show More Summary
London (AFP) – The present Chelsea regime did not break any rules in keeping quiet about allegations of sex abuse suffered by former youth player Gary Johnson, the English Premier League said. “After careful consideration, the boardShow More Summary
Chelsea are cleared of breaking any Premier League rules in their handling of historical sex abuse allegations made by a former player.
SCOTT SHACKFORD: Let’s Say Russia Did Hack the Dems. What Would Be a Responsible Reaction? From the perspective of a Gary Johnson voter who regularly feels disenfranchised from the American electoral process and probably would stop voting entirely were it not for third parties and ballot initiatives, here’s what the responses to the latest allegations […]
London (AFP) – Former Chelsea player Gary Johnson said on Thursday he should receive more financial compensation from the club after being sexually abused by their former chief scout Eddie Heath. It recently emerged Chelsea, the current...Show More Summary
London (AFP) – Gary Johnson received a public apology from English football giants Chelsea on Saturday over the sexual abuse he suffered as a young player from late scout Eddie Heath in the 1970s. The club — who had been heavily criticised...Show More Summary
Chelsea Football Club have released a statement regarding the sexual abuse of former player Gary Johnson and have “apologised profusely” for his suffering. Johnson was sexually assaulted by chief scout Eddie Heath during his time atShow More Summary
Chelsea Football Club apologises "profusely" to a former youth team player over sex abuse he suffered.
Cut the tension with a knife Gary Johnson in his Chelsea days By Paul Morrissey Friday, December 2nd, 2016 22:15 Chelsea child sex abuse cover-up It’s only been a couple of weeks since the first child sex abuse revelations were made by a footballer, but it’s already becoming clear that a sex abuse culture was […]
London (AFP) – A former Chelsea player has claimed he was paid £50,000 ($63,000) by the Premier League club not to go public about allegations that he was sexually abused by its former chief scout. Gary Johnson, 57, told The Mirror on Friday that he had been abused as a youth player by Eddie Heath, who is now dead. Show More Summary
Gary Johnson played for Chelsea’s first team from 1978 to 1981 By Roland Kesler Friday, December 2nd, 2016 11:17 Gary Johnson In a new development in the ongoing sexual abuse scandal that has rocked the football world in recent weeks, former Chelsea player Gary Johnson said he was paid by the club to keep a […]
Former Chelsea player Gary Johnson has alleged that the Premier League club paid him £50,000 to keep quiet about alleged sexual abuse he suffered at the hands of former chief scout Eddie Heath in the 1970s. Per Jeremy Armstrong in the...Show More Summary
Ex-Chelsea footballer Gary Johnson has claimed the club paid him £50,000 ($63,110) to cover up alleged sexual abuse. Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Johnson, 57, who waived his right to anonymity to speak publicly, accused former Chelsea...Show More Summary
George Stephanopoulos posed the question during a 2007 interview: "What's success for you in this campaign?" The goal is victory, then–presidential hopeful Rep. Ron Paul answered. "That's not going to happen," Stephanopoulos replied. This was just before Paul's campaign took off. Show More Summary