WHEN I READ WIRED's endorsement of Hillary Clinton last month, I thought to myself that WIRED is protesting a bit too much. The piece spends 342 words cataloging the "optimistic libertarianism" of its Silicon Valley founder of the 1990s. It off
Steve Kroft interviews Gary Johnson and his running mate, Bill Weld, the Libertarian candidates taking on the two-party system with many ideas outside the political mainstream
CBS's 60 Minutes will feature Libertarian for president Gov. Gary Johnson and his running mate, Gov. William Weld "taking on the two-party system with many ideas outside the political mainstream." The show airs Sunday, Sept. 18 at 7:30 p.m. ET
It's a binary election, we're told. Trump or Clinton. Pick a side. That's a lousy choice, and a false one. As our Publisher writes on today's front page, we refuse to choose the lesser of two evils. Not when there's a reasonable, and
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson just might spell trouble for Hillary Clinton in Nevada, Colorado, and Arizona. Politico reported Friday that Democrats are becoming concerned about how Johnson might be digging into Clinton's support, a
Democrats thought he would take from Trump but polls show he's attracting voters who like neither candidate. Gary Johnson was never supposed to be a problem for Hillary Clinton. The low-profile Libertarian's presence on the ballot
Could a third-party candidate appear on stage at the Sept. 26 presidential debate? That decision will be made by the small group of prominent Democrats and Republicans who control the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD). Given the American publi
For many reasons, including positive long-term societal impacts, it is imperative that Gary Johnson be allowed to participate in the upcoming Presidential Debate. 1. Johnson is not a typical third-party candidate. 2. Americans want another choice.
No matter what state you live in, when you go to the polls on Election Day you will be able to select me, Gary Johnson, as president. My running mate Bill Weld and I are two well-regarded former governors. We are the Libertarian Party candidat
The U.S. election campaigns and their news coverage are generally embarrassing. But this incident of miss-coverage by the acclaimed paper of record beats many others.
'I'm incredibly frustrated with myself,' Johnson says as his campaign tries to minimize the fallout.
FOR A GUY soon to face his day of reckoning, Gary Johnson sure seemed mellow.
In this autumn of our electoral discontent, hope springs, as it so often does in the American republic, from unexpected precincts.
Libertarian Party no longer libertarian
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson said it's "game over" on any chance of winning the White House if he does not make it to the debate stage.
...says children should be forcibly injected with mercury at gunpoint... claims government 'science' overrides medical freedom
There's no ceasefire in conservative Republican concern-trolling about Gary Johnson and William Weld's ideological apostasies.
Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) on the Russia, Turkey, China, etc...Merissa Hamilton (Libertarian Write-In Candidate for U.S. Senate Arizona) comes in studio to talk about her campaign and libertarian principles
At the Libertarian Town Hall, Gary Johnson and Bill Weld tell CNN's Anderson Cooper what they want Republicans to know about the Libertarian party.
What makes this appearance even more interesting is that he refrained from mention Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson's name even once.
Watch Bret Baier's full interview for 'Special Report'
Bill Weld, the former governor of Massachusetts now running as the Libertarian Party's candidate for vice president, called today for a 1,000-agent task force to combat Islamic State adherents in the United States, and for a tip line where Muslims co
Gary Johnson - America's New Handyman
Gary Johnson is the anti-Ron Paul.
Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson called on voters to give his third party candidacy a chance.?Johnson and his running mate, William Weld spoke about their agenda for America at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.?
For perhaps most self-described libertarians, supporting any politician is an uneasy exercise in bullet-biting pragmatism, premised on the idea that we ought to support the most libertarian individual in the race--even if that person is really not v
Two minutes worth sharing for anyone not happy with the ClinTrump option in 2016... #?NeverClinTrump
Ernest broadcasts the show LIVE again from Evergreen Cannabis with owner Jacob Lamont. Ernest & Jacob visited a grower's association meeting and inside grower
In honor of Libt Pres Candidate, Marc Allan Feldman, and his epic closing statement at the LNC this past May, Ernest Hancock had these bumper stickers made. Now that Feldman has passed away, many have asked how to get these bumper stickers - while su