By Wayne Allyn Root, Former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee
I have spent the past few years predicting economic Armageddon on TV and radio shows across America. I have predicted the collapse of the dollar, the decline of the economy, the dangers of the debt and the Fed, and the incredible rise of gold and silver.… Read more ...
Wayne Allyn Root ran for the Libertarian Presidential nomination in 2008 and currently Chairs the Libertarian National Congressional Committee. His best-selling Book ‘The Conscience of a Libertarian: Empowering the Citizen Revolution with God, Guns, Gold & Tax Cuts.’ is now out in paperback
His web site: www.ROOTforAmerica.com
It’s rare for a third party candidate to get an ad on television, and even rarer for one to do so in a race that’s not for federal or even statewide office. However, as election day approaches, the chances of a Green victory for Ben Manski are looking greater and greater. … Read more ...
U.S. Senate candidate John Mertens will be a guest on the television show “The Real Story” hosted by Laurie Perez on Sunday, February 28th. “The Real Story” is broadcast in Connecticut on Sundays at 10:30am on FOX 61, 11:00am on WTXX, and 8:30pm on CTN.
Dr. Mertens is a Professor of Engineering at Trinity College and also teaches courses in public policy and environmental science.… Read more ...
Former U.S. Sen. Mike Gravel (D-Alaska), the leading proponent of a national initiative process, wrote recently to supporters about his new enterprise: a TV show called “I Like Mike” in which Gravel is president. From Gravel’s missive:
“Earlier this fall Eliot Fisher, a creative young writer from New Mexico,
asked if I was interested in doing a TV comedy series, a sharp satire on
the political establishment, via the fantasy of a Mike Gravel
presidential administration, a cross between the political drama of The
West Wing (in fact we will be using all of the West Wing sets) and the
melancholy comic realism of The Office (with an occasional hint of the
absurdity of Dr.… Read more ...
In the campaign for the special election to replace the late Massachusetts Senator Edward Kennedy, Libertarian candidate Joe Kennedy is making waves. (Joe Kennedy is not related to Edward Kennedy, and will appear on the ballot as an independent.)
The Democratic candidate wants Kennedy included in all debates — the Republican candidate seems to be dancing around the issue.… Read more ...