Video of last night’s appearance by Libertarian Presidential candidate Gary Johnson on the Daily Show:
Green Party Watch held a presidential poll with the following results:
1,792 votes cast, Jill Stein received 1,223 of them, or 68%. Roseanne Barr, who had just entered the race in the last week, picked up 526 votes, or 29%. There were 35 votes for Kent Mesplay, and 8 votes for Harley Mikkelson
GPW reports that Roseanne Barr is very active on Twitter, and had tweeted a challenge to Bill Maher, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert to have both herself and Jill Stein on their programs.… Read more ...
On August 15, 2011, Jon Stewart devoted several minutes of “The Daily Show” to a rant about how the media is ignoring 2012 candidate for President of the United States, Congressman Ron Paul. Ron Paul was the 1988 Libertarian nominee for President, who supports libertarian views, but is currently running for the Republican Party nomination.… Read more ...
Email from Wayne Root to IPR:
Wayne Root continues to attract media attention.
Yes, he was a guest on 30+ shows in the past couple of weeks- as usual.
But Wayne’s appearances on FOX News actually get noticed and discussed by other mainstream media.
A year ago NBC News aired a one hour special on the Obama White House.… Read more ...
Kyle at Libertarian Party blog:
On October 30th, Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert and John Stewart held an unusual rally on the National Mall. The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear was a strange mixture of political comedy and commentary. While the specific goal of the rally was somewhat ambiguous in the weeks leading up to the event, we took it as a golden opportunity to interact with thousands of attendees and spread the message of liberty.… Read more ...
Email from Wayne Root to email@example.com:
Obama Unhinged: Leftist Anger, Bitterness and Mental Breakdown Leads to Historic Landslide Defeat.
Las Vegas Oddsmaker Now Sees 60 to 70 Seat GOP Victory and Major Independent Gains too.
By Wayne Allyn Root, Best-Selling Author and 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee
Think Reagan vs. Carter in 1980.… Read more ...