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On Facebook, already a cheering section for Ted Cruz in 2020
The next president won't be decided until Nov. 8. But, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz already has a cheering section for the 2020 election on Facebook.
5184 points by The Houston Chronicle | George W. Bush Bill Clinton United States Donald Trump President of the United States Ron Paul Barack Obama United States Senate
Gary Johnson is blowing his big chance. Here are 4 libertarians who would do better.
Johnson was a bad candidate before Thursday's "What is Aleppo?" flub. These guys would be better.
-1 points by The Washington Post | Ron Paul Mike Huckabee Libertarianism John McCain Mitt Romney Republican Party Primary election Paul Cellucci
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson asks ‘What is Aleppo?’
Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson framed an embarrassing lapse on foreign affairs as simple human error on Thursday after he responded to a question about a flashpoint in the Syrian civil war by asking, “What is Aleppo?”
136 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | President of the United States United States presidential election 2008 Barack Obama Libertarianism George W. Bush Bill Clinton Republican Party Ron Paul
Third Ron Paul aide to be sentenced for campaign violations
The third top official of Ron Paul's 2012 presidential campaign is scheduled to be sentenced in federal court in Des Moines for conspiring to cover up campaign payments to ...
-1 points by Las Vegas Sun | Iowa Des Moines Iowa Ames Iowa U.S. state Ron Paul Drake University Polk County Iowa Principal Financial Group
Facebook co-founder pledging $20 million to defeat Trump
WASHINGTON — With a new promise of $20 million to help defeat Donald Trump, billionaire Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz becomes one of the top Democratic donors of the electionThe Silicon Valley entrepreneur calls the Republican presidential candidate dangerous and divisive and says his appeal to Americans who feel left behind is "quite possibly a deliberate con."By contrast, Moskovitz says, Democrats and their nominee, Hillary Clinton, are "running on a vision of optimism, pragmatism, inclusiveness and mutual benefit."
-1 points by Boston Herald | President of the United States Democratic Party George W. Bush Bill Clinton Barack Obama Republican Party John McCain Ron Paul