Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson tapped former Massachusetts Governor William Weld as his pick for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 vice presidential nomination. Though ardent Johnson supporters laud the move as making the Libertarian Party ticket “viable,” there has been a strong backlash from those who do not believe Weld is libertarian. Analysis of Weld’s policy positions gives credence to the detractors. Delegates to the Libertarian National Convention ought to consider Weld’s history carefully when they meet to select a ticket at the Convention later this week. They may just be on the verge of making a gun-grabbing big government neocon, a standard-bearer of the party. Continue Reading
The following was originally published on Wikinews January 6, 2015.
Christopher V. Hill of New Hampshire took some time to talk with Wikinews about his campaign for the Republican Party’s .veteran and airline pilot
Hill served in Continue Reading, flying about fifty combat missions. Shortly after the war, he returned to civilian life, working as a loader and then a pilot for the . In 2010, he organized the “Pilots and Patriots Defending the Constitution” ahead of that year’s midterm elections. Hill ran his first campaign for president in 2012, seeking the Republican nomination.