Selection of Judge Jim Gray ‘puts pot front-and-center in the campaign,’ says Johnson adviser
Johnson talks buying his first gun, stealing votes from Romney, his favorite drugs and polygamy
2008 Libertarian presidential candidate is ‘very comfortable and happy’ stumping for Gingrich
He probably won’t get enough votes to siphon off support from the Republican nominee, pundits say
Well-liked two-term governor might split Republicans enough to turn The Land of Enchantment into easy pickings for the president’s re-election
‘The notion here is to win, and it is with a message that resonates’
‘I think Ron Paul’s a messenger. I think that I am. I think there are others’
The former New Mexico governor is a credible presidential candidate.
Suggests Republicans offer the Texas congressman ‘a top speaking slot’ at their convention
The official announcement will reportedly come Dec. 28 in Santa Fe, New Mexico
‘There wouldn’t be an altering to the message,’ Johnson says from Miami, where he is meeting with Libertarian Party officials
‘That’s something that I would have to go out and work for’
1988 libertarian candidate for president, Paul, appeared on Buckley’s ‘Firing Line’
Rupert Boneham, who’s considering entering Indiana’s gubernatorial race, could give Pence a scare.
Libertarian Party Executive Director: ‘We’re not talking about eliminating the federal government — we want to cut everything else as much as we can’
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Ron Paul’s possible plans for 2012 leave some cheering, others jeering
Rep. Ron Paul will travel to Iowa to deliver an address to conservative group The Family Leader, signaling he may be gearing up for a 2012 presidential run
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The GOP electorate is still the GOP electorate.
Paul hinted that he could be preparing another bid in two years