Libertarian Party chairman Nick Sarwark appeared on the March 17 edition of Morning Joe on MSNBC to discuss issues with ballot access and the 2020 Libertarian National Convention amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Thanks to Ballot Access News for providing a link to the clip. Sarwark appears at the 1:39 mark.
Asked what he would do about the Syrian city of Aleppo, the region at the center of that nation’s civil war and refugee crisis, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson responded by asking, “what is Aleppo?”
“What would you do if you were elected about Aleppo?”
Have you seen the movie Dinner for Schmucks? Now we have a sequel, Twitter for Schmucks starring Congressman Anthony Weiner. I’m a Libertarian. I don’t want government in my bedroom, or my boardroom, so I’m generally hands-off (excuse the pun) about what politicians do in their private time. But this is different.… Read more ...
I wanted to post what I found to be an interesting MSNBC segment I did on Wednesday with Lawrence O’Donnell regarding the way in which America’s two-party system suffocates political choice. I spoke yesterday at Harvard’s Kennedy School and was asked whether I’ve ever been told by MSNBC or any other television program on which I’ve appeared not to speak about a certain issue.
Carbondale, IL— Rich Whitney, Green party candidate for governor, will appear on MSNBC this Wednesday, October 20th. Mr. Whitney will be interviewed by host Tamron Hall on the show NewsNation live at 1:15 PM central.
The Libertarian Party gets some nice coverage in today’s papers.
Mister Root is quoted in both articles: “If I’m not on the right track,” said Root when asked about his Libertarian critics, “how can you explain Fox News, a conservative TV network, giving TV shows to Glenn Beck, Jon Stossel and Judge Andrew Napolitano — all strong libertarian thinkers?… Read more ...