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Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson Happy With His Campaign

via Ken Walsh, Ken Walsh’s Washington Blog, U.S. News & World Report Gary Johnson is serene. Sitting down to a lunch of grilled shrimp and tomato salad at a Latin restaurant in historic Ybor City, the Libertarian Party presidential nominee says his less-government philosophy is gradually spreading across the country and that many pundits and … Continue reading

New Mexico Governor’s Hairstylist Troubles Prompted By New Jersey Governor’s Gay Marriage Veto

via Sam Stein, The Huffington Post The hairstylist who refused to cut New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez’s hair out of anger toward her opposition to same-sex marriage says that it was another governor’s rigidity on the issue that inspired his bout of non-violent protest. Antonio Darden, an openly gay 46-year-old Santa Fe resident, said he … Continue reading

Liberals Need To Take Obama’s Civil Liberties Record Seriously

via E.D. Kain, Forbes In 2008, during the aftershocks of the housing market and financial collapse and the fall of Lehman Brothers, and amidst the  increasingly frightening din of anti-Obama sentiment that was coming to define the presidential campaign between him and rival John McCain, it was nevertheless difficult to not feel a swell of … Continue reading

GOP Presidential Candidate On Legalizing Marijuana: It’s Only A Matter Of Time

via Lucia Graves, The Huffington Post GOP presidential candidate Gary Johnson drew headlines earlier this month when he said he would issue a full presidential pardon for anyone serving a prison sentence for marijuana. He elaborated on that promise in a recent interview with The Huffington Post, adding that it’s only a matter of time … Continue reading

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