"Never, ever lose your sense of outrage," Bernie Sanders told a raucous crowd at Manhattan's Town Hall theater Thursday evening. His "Where We Go From Here" speech, billed as a roadmap for sanguine Sanderistas still bullish on his candidacy and everything it represents, was partly about ginning up that sense...
On June 22, I attended CNN’s Libertarian Party town hall featuring Govs. Gary Johnson and Bell Weld. I was hesitant to attend because I am exhausted by this election. Chatter that privileges certain voices, monetizes certain platforms and disparages those who can recognize the bulls–t is the white noise that my black ears refuse. Black […]
In January, Sen. Bernie Sanders stood onstage at the Town Hall theater in Manhattan, slamming what he characterized as Wall Street's excesses, the pharmaceutical industry's drug pricing schemes, and the corporate media's bias. When he...Show More Summary
Bernie Sanders said nothing new in his speech at New York's Town Hall -- but he said plenty of it. For 87 minutes, to rapturous applause and at least once cry of "We won California!", Sanders repeated the themes of his presidential campaign in some of his strongest language yet. The muted tone of his […]
After finally conceding that he was unlikely to be his party's nominee, Bernie Sanders delivered an address Thursday night at Town Hall in Manhattan about the future of his campaign.
Court rules Cleveland cannot restrict speeches, protests outside Republican convention June 23, 2016, 4:55 p.m. The city tried to limit parade time slots and ban some sound amplifiers for more than three miles within the city. Liberal and conservative groups accused Cleveland of trying to limit...
In one of the more predictable moments from last night's CNN Libertarian Town Hall, Gary Johnson was confronted by the mother of a young man who ingested a single line of heroin and was disabled for life. Jacob Sullum has already weighed...Show More Summary
MSNBC delivered strong Wednesday numbers thanks to live coverage of the Democrats House sit-in. Additionally, 929,000 total viewers tuned into the CNN Libertarian Party town hall.
Son of Brooklyn and Democratic presidential hopeful (make that extremely hopeful) Bernie Sanders is back in New York City today. He'll be giving a speech at Town Hall—which is open to the public (RSVPs here)—tonight and the subject is, "Where We Go From Here." [ more › ]
A view taken from Dresden's town hall of the destroyed Old Town after the allied bombings between February 13 and 15, 1945. On the eve of one of the biggest potential turning points for modern-day Britain, the dream for an ever closer European union stands at risk. Show More Summary
Right now, live on CNN, the Libertarian ticket is getting the full town hall treatment. It’s your chance to get to know the third party that is really being taken seriously by the media this year, whether that’s for legit reasons or ratings reasons. Show More Summary
There's a live primetime presidential town hall taking place Wednesday night on CNN -- and neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump will be in attendance. Instead, the event will focus on Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and his running mate, former Massachusetts Gov. Show More Summary
The cable net will sit down with Gary Johnson and Bill Weldhere's the start time, and live stream information.
As Libertarian Party candidates Gary Johnson (for president) and William Weld (for vice president), both former Republican governors (of New Mexico and Massachusetts, respectively) gear up for a CNN-aired Town Hall tonight at 9 pm eastern,...Show More Summary
The Libertarian Party presidential campaign ticket, Gary Johnson for president and William Weld as his running mate, get a rare shot at a national audience in a CNN Town Hall that will stream live from New York City on Wednesday night, in what will be the first and possibly best chance for the Libertarian candidates... Show More Summary
CNN, in what we hope will be a trend, is hosting a town hall Wednesday with the Libertarian ticket, former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson and former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld. Considering how poorly Donald Trump is doing, the Libertarian ticket stands to gain a record share of the vote and offers voters from both major […]