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Glenn Jacobs, a self-described Libertarian, wants to cut taxes and spending and create jobs.
LAKE AMNESIA, FLORIDA -- During an interview with a Florida newspaper, former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson reportedly
Southerners are downright feisty about their independence. There's a great sign at a park on the Alabama-Tennessee border which proclaims "We Dare Defend Our Rights!" Yet this rebellious streak doesn't seem to translate to independent candidates or third party challengers, who tend to fare poorly in Dixie.
William Weld said his "full attention" is on stopping Donald Trump.
A not-so-ringing endorsement from Libertarian vice presidential nominee Bill Weld.
The Commission on Presidential Debates said candidates had to be polling at least 15 percent in national polls. The commission said that Johnson was at 8 percent.
Trying for a "perfect" candidate can be a disaster; we may end up with someone diametrically opposed to our values.
Based upon recent events, it is clear that Johnson is now a very viable candidate and must be allowed to state his case to the American people.
People vote with their emotions, not by reason and logic.
To not let in one of the major 3rd Party candidates into the presidential debates happening at the end of September and early October is not only un-American, it's a betrayal of a free and fair election -- since media is so essential to our voting process.
Service members aren't allowed to become publicly involved in partisan politics. However, they do speak indirectly, via polls and contributions.
A Weld/Johnson Ticket Can Reach 15% in the Polls and Make the Debates Depending upon the day and the poll, Donald Trump may
It's easy to forget that there are more than just two political parties in the United States. The Libertarian Party, officially formed in 1971, is the third largest nationally organized political party.
It was our regular coffee house meeting in Budapest, this time over lunch at Angelika. Beyond our table, the Danube flowed on uncomplainingly.
After a raucous national convention in Orlando over Memorial Day weekend, the country's third largest political party chose the first nominees of 2016: former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson will run for president with the Libertarian Party as he did in 2012.