While it is widely known that 2012 Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson is again seeking his party’s presidential nomination, the activities of the unsuccessful 2012 Libertarian Party presidential candidates are not so obvious. I decided to research the matter and provide an update on the former candidates. I found that out of the nine principal 2012 challengers to Johnson, one is deceased, two have expressed support for Republican front-runner Donald Trump, and three more are again running for President. Continue reading
The image above shows former Minerva, Ohio Councilman and Deputy Mayor Phil Davison walking on the front lawn of the White House as President of the United States. Continue reading
A character resembling 2016 presidential candidate Robert Milnes made a guest appearance on Episode 509 of The Simpsons, which aired September 30, 2012. At the time, Milnes was in the throes of his unsuccessful 2012 presidential campaign. Continue reading
Mosheh Eesho Muhammad Al-faraj Thezion
Mosheh Thezion of Burbank, California is a serious man. He has serious concerns about the future of the United States. As a result, he is currently exploring a 2016 presidential bid. Unfortunately, his Facebook portrait (shown above) is negatively affecting his prospects.
It was late December 2011. I sat at my computer, watching the live stream of the lesser-known Republican and Democratic presidential candidates forum. My only interest was as a citizen journalist for Wikinews, covering the candidates the mainstream media chose to ignore. I did not expect anything out of the ordinary. Continue reading
Red brick buildings lined a narrow road the signs identified as Bow Street. I walked toward the intersection with Market as a midsummer breeze carried the scent of chowder. Night was falling on the old New England town as I tried to collect my bearings. Looking to my left I spotted a hole-in-the-wall with a neon sign that read “Fat Belly’s Bar & Grill.” I had arrived at my destination.
Andy Martin is one of four candidates in the September 9 primary to decide the Republican Party’s nominee to face New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen in November. Others in the race include former State Senator Jim Rubens and former U.S. Senators Scott Brown and Robert C. Smith. Martin, 69, is a vexatious litigant in multiple jurisdictions (he threatened to sue Wikinews for my 2011 interview with him) and perennial candidate for public office who makes up for his lack of political success with his (often hilarious) attacks on political opponents. For example, in his current race, Martin attacks Brown’s family as “abusive.” He accuses Brown of “lying about his military record,” and identifies Brown as “the most corrupt statewide candidate in New Hampshire history.” As for his other opponents, Martin calls Rubens a “Mitt Romney-style Wall Street stock speculator” with “crackpot ideas,” and he labels Smith a “gay-basher.” Though seemingly innocuous, that last statement is highly ironic given Martin’s attacks on a U.S. Senator just two years ago. Continue reading