Q&A With Bruce Majors, DC’s Libertarian Candidate for Mayor
The local politician on his goals, marijuana in DC, and the time Ann Coulter was mean to him.
By Hallie Golden
If DC’s mayoral race has been a bit drab so far, don’t blame Bruce Majors. The Libertarian candidate for mayor brings humor and an enthusiasm for libertarianism—which began with his introduction to the writings of Ayn Rand when he was in ninth grade—to the race.… Read more ...
Gary Johnson visited George Washington University (GWU) in Washington, D.C., on April 29th to deliver a speech and conduct a Q&A as part of his Live Free College Campus Tour. Bruce Majors went to the event and filmed it. Here is the first part on YouTube. The full event has 9 parts on YouTube.… Read more ...
11-term incumbent Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D), Washington D.C.’s non-voting representative in the U.S. House of Representatives has a sole challenger, and that is Libertarian Bruce Majors. While he is running for the seat, he admits he doesn’t have a platform, because he doesn’t believe he can win.
So why is he running, if he doesn’t expect to win?
The sitting D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton will not be facing a GOP opponent. Bruce Majors, a known Tea Party activist is in the process of gathering enough signatures to be the Libertarian challenger.
“We have a city’s that’s essentially a one-party state, and [Norton] is part of that one party,” he said.
Newsmax.com Feature Article
We’re all in trouble when the joke is on our most connected politicians. Jon Corzine is the former CEO of Wall Street powerhouse Goldman Sachs. Even God shudders when the CEO of Goldman walks in the room (or so Goldman executives think). Corzine left Goldman with a half billion-dollar fortune and became a United States Senator.… Read more ...