ORLANDO — As far as much of the media's concerned, the Libertarian Party's nomination — which will be decided at this weekend's convention — is Gary Johnson's for the taking. The former governor of New Mexico and 2012 nominee has done a battery of media interviews, and his selection of former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld […]
Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, People are going to be pissed off no matter who wins this election and that is a very important social dynamic I believe is vastly under appreciated by the majority of mainstream pundits and analysts out there. Show More Summary
It's a banner year for voter dissatisfaction with major party choices, and after this weekend the Libertarian Party will have officially chosen who it is sending into the field to joust with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. In an article that appeared this morning at Politico, I discuss the Party and its chances. Show More Summary
That’s up to you to decide, but it still is an interesting convention that’ll take place this Memorial Day weekend. Photo by Gage Skidmore
With two unsavory candidates and both parties' bases disgusted, 2016 may be the Libertarian Party's year to make a difference.
Recent polls shown increasing support for the former governor, who’s hoping to win the Libertarian Party’s nomination this weekend.
For November, voters turned off by Trump and Clinton may be interested in the likely Libertarian Party ticket of Gary Johnson and William Weld. Johnson is a former governor of New Mexico (1995-2003), and Weld is a former governor ofShow More Summary
Former Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, who unsuccessfully sought the 2016 Republican Party's Presidential nomination, reluctantly endorsed presumptive GOP Presidential nominee Donald Trump, averring that the race between Trump and likely...Show More Summary
Apparently, former Massachusetts Governor (and current Libertarian Party VP contender) William Weld said last week that Donald Trump’s plan to deport 11 million immigrants in less than a year reminded him of Kristallnacht. That pronouncement,...Show More Summary
An election year like no other could have unexpected benefits for the Libertarian Party.
Only one vice-presidential candidate has been selected for the 2016 presidential race, former Massachusetts governor William Weld, who has been tapped by Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico. Show More Summary
(May 23, 2016 12:58 PM, by David Henderson) Former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson, running for the Presidential nomination of the Libertarian Party, wrote on Facebook: In a nationally-televised debate among three of the Libertarian candidates for President (A debate that should, by the way, have been more... (1 COMMENTS)
The three leading Libertarian Party candidates talk to Brian Doherty in the brand new issue of Reason magazine: "I think that libertarianism really is about a love and trust of your fellow man, because people are good and can be trusted...Show More Summary
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, host Brian Becker is joined for the full hour by John McAfee, privacy advocate and technology entrepreneur, to discuss his run for President of the United States on the Libertarian Party ticket.
Two former Republican governors are running for president and vice president on the Libertarian line. They are Gary Johnson, former New Mexico governor, and William Weld, former governor of Massachusetts. The Libertarian Party holdsShow More Summary