Gary Johnson & Wayne Root C0-Host Online Town Hall
January 27, 2012, Santa Fe, NM – Former New Mexico Governor and current presidential candidate Gary Johnson will be joined Monday, January 30, by nationally-known Libertarian leader and commentator Wayne Allyn Root for a live on-line Town Hall. Participants who go to www.garyjohnson2012.com
By Wayne Allyn Root, Former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee
Newt Gingrich may have won South Carolina. But this wasn’t a Newt victory, as much as it was a devastating rebuke to the national media.
Study the poll numbers. Yes, Romney really dropped the ball with the tax return and 15% capital gains issues, but the numbers started flipping from a Romney landslide to a Newt Gingrich landslide only after the ABC television interview with Newt’s ex-wife.… Read more ...
“Occupy Wall Street” is becoming the big news story. But the irony is that nobody understands what is truly going on. The media, both political parties, the experts, even the protesters themselves — they’ve all got it wrong.… Read more ...
Libertarian Wayne Allyn Root in Media Across USA Oct 14, 2010
Libertarian National Congressional Committee Chairman Wayne Allyn Root has once again had a busy week in the media. Wayne was a guest or interviewed by the following media in the past week:
“G. Gordon Liddy Show” National Radio
FoxNews.com “Strategy Room” National on SkypeTV
“Big Biz Show” National Radio
Wayne Guest Hosts on KXNT (CBS Radio) in Las Vegas
Seven Magazine Las Vegas, Nevada (Magazine Interview on Libertarianism in Nevada)
Las Vegas Review Journal Wayne’s Bi-Monthly Column
Newsmax.com… Read more ...
Root Joins Powerful Lineup of Columnists at Newsmax.com
Root will join Newsmax.com as a political columnist. His column: ‘Wayne Allyn Root- Tea Party Patriot’
Root, who calls himself a ‘Reagan Libertarian’, was the 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential nominee. He recently authored the Amazon best-seller ‘The Conscience of a Libertarian: Empowering the Citizen Revolution with God, Guns, Gambling & Tax Cuts.’ … Read more ...