“[M]arriage is strengthened … by providing access to civil marriage for same-sex couples,” the officials argue.
“Right now in Iran, a lot of little kids are about to die.”
“Neither of them talk about catastrophic climate change and neither of them talk about poverty,” Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson says of Obama and Romney.
King was trying to get the four main third party candidates debating in Chicago on Tuesday to stay on the topic of drug policy. It came out kind of funny.
Anonymous attack roils Libertarian circles.
“There are other people who are technically capable of winning because they’re on a lot of ballots.”
Roger Stone is shocked, shocked.
Jill Stein was awarded $260,000 from the FEC through the presidential public funding program. Public funds account for one third of her war chest.
A Reason-Rupe poll shows that libertarians (defined loosely) will turn out for Romney after all.
Is it the same shirt? Different copies of the same shirt? (Updated)
Ventura/Stern 2016. Meanwhile, “Manhattan Madam” Kristin Davis is running for New York City Mayor.
The former pro wrestler and Minnesota governor is on an unconventional book tour. He doesn’t have a cellphone, and he doesn’t fly.
Ron Paul’s legions are ready for war. But the party’s almost over, and they know it.
Says he “crushes” Romney and Obama on civil liberties. Hard to disagree on that one.
Johnson, who just landed the official Libertarian Party nomination, indicts Republicans for the treatment of a gay Romney staffer. “It speaks volumes to the intolerance that continues to be present in the Republican Party.”
A poll shows the former New Mexico governor polling at 6 percent nationally — more than the gap between Romney and Obama. Could he be Romney’s Nader?
Under a complex federal program, Gary Johnson could receive as much as $21,025,000 in from the FEC for his campaign.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, has his sights set on the smallest of small donations: people’s spare change. Libertarian votes are won by the coffee cup.
The Libertarian Party contender contemplates possible running mates, including: Barry Goldwater Jr., Drew Carey, Bill Weld, and Judge Andrew Napolitano. He’s also heard Jennifer Anniston is a libertarian. And he’d like to get the party up over 5%.
The Atlantic’s Molly Ball says she is being excluded from Thursday’s CNN Debate. Marginal Republican candidates Buddy Roemer and Gary Johnson, who have struggled to get on stage at the debates, immediately express sympathy.