Gary Johnson's Record Doesn't Quite Match His Rhetoric


For the last two weeks, we've been running clips from our interview with Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson. He's spoken with eloquence about taxes, health care and drug laws. In this clip, we ask him about his record as Governor of New Mexico for eight years and the seeming inconsistency between what he says he will do as President, and what he actually did as Governor. (Fact Check: ...   More
Monday, August 20, 2012 MARK ZUSMAN

On Taxes, Paul Ryan is No Gary Johnson


The weekend political chat has been all about Paul Ryan, the Wisconsin Congressman chosen by Mitt Romney as his running mate. The early punditry claims that the addition of the tea partyish Ryan to the GOP ticket will energize "the base," but also scare Democrats enough to activate them as well. Paul Ryan's specialty is taxes—he is the chair of the House Budget Committee. While he is to the right ...   More
Monday, August 13, 2012 MARK ZUSMAN

Gary Johnson On Drugs


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Thursday, August 9, 2012

Gary Johnson's Health Care Plan


Libertarian candidate for President, former New Mexico Governor, former construction magnate, Ironman triathlete—Gary Johnson was in our office on Monday. His platform on drug laws, which he expressed in the clip we ran yesterday can find room only among those who are serving the Libertarian cause. His views on health care, however, are more mainstream.  Most of his notions fit neatly within ...   More
Friday, August 10, 2012

Hotseat: Gary Johnson

The Libertarian candidate for president says he’s all about momentum.

Q & A
Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party’s nominee for president, isn’t going to win in November. But were...   More
Wednesday, August 8, 2012 MARK ZUSMAN

Could Marijuana Legalization's Champion Be a Republican Presidential Hopeful?

The option of asking Oregon voters to OK marijuana legalization in 2012 was mentioned in a WW piece this week about what's next for the marijuana movement after this month's defeat of Measure 74, which would have created a statewide system of medical marijuana dispensaries. The argument for seeking an Oregon ballot measure in two years for outright legalization is that a presidential election ...   More
Friday, November 19, 2010 HANK STERN


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