Last night, Andy Bakker, Will Hammer, and Joshua Huffman gathered online for the twentieth Freedom Gulch podcast. Topics for the nearly hourlong discussion included: President’s Trump’s plan to “rebuild” the United States military, an unusual candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates, additional discussion of the 2017 Virginia campaigns, and more.
If you missed the podcast live, you can find it below.
On the evening of February 7th, Will Hammer, Andy Bakker, and I gathered online for Freedom Gulch’s 19th podcast. Topics during the hour included: Betsy DeVos and her confirmation as Secretary of Education, recent protests against Milo Yiannopoulos, Charlottesville City Council’s decision to remove the statue of Robert E. Lee from a downtown park, an eye toward the 2017 elections here in Virginia, and more.
Last night, Will Hammer, Michael Pickens, Joshua Huffman, Carl Loser, and Andy Bakker gathered together for Freedom Gulch’s twelfth podcast. Topics for the evening included: Gary Johnson and his Aleppo misadventure, Hillary Clinton’s health, the upcoming presidential debates, recent newspaper endorsements, and more.
If you missed the broadcast live, you can find it below. Enjoy!
Last night, the folks at Freedom Gulch held their tenth podcast. Included in the conversation were: Will Hammer, Robert Clemmer, Michael Pickens, Joshua Huffman, Andy Bakker, and Carl Loser. We discussed a variety of recent political events such as: Gary Johnson’s rise in the polls and possible inclusion in the debates, Representative Scott Rigell’s (VA-2) endorsement of Johnson, the newest candidate to throw his hat into the ring for president and what that might accomplish, the recent Libertarian town hall on TV, and more.
On March 5th, 2016, the Libertarian Party of Virginia held their state convention in Sandston. During the gathering, they presented a panel called “Lessons Learned” consisting of former candidates who spoke about their experiences running for office. Seated from left to right, the panel consisted of: Andy Bakker (who ran for House of Delegates in the 46th district), Joshua Huffman (who ran for Harrisonburg City Council), Brian Suojanen (who ran for House of Delegates in the 87th district), and Mark Anderson (who ran for House of Delegates in the 33rd district). LPVA Vice Chairman, Dr. Jim Lark, introduced the panel and LPVA Chairman Bill Redpath served as the moderator.
Although it has taken some time, I have acquired the video of that panel, which you can find below. Hopefully, it will provide useful insight to those who are considering running for office or those who are interested in learning more about our political process.
I’d like to thank the Libertarian Party of Virginia once again for giving me the opportunity to join their panelists earlier this year.
Last night, I joined Will Hammer, Andy Bakker, and Corey Fauconier for the 9th Freedom Gulch podcast. Topics under discussion were: the recent shooting of black males and Dallas police officers, Hillary Clinton’s non-indictment, possible VP choices for Donald Trump, and more.
If you missed the discussion live, you can watch it here.
For those who haven’t been paying attention to recent political news, over the weekend the Libertarian Party held their national convention in Orlando, Florida. There they nominated former New Mexico Governor and 2012 Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson as their candidate for president. For vice president, they selected Bill Weld, the former governor of Massachusetts.
Although, unfortunately, I wasn’t able to attend the convention, I watched much of the event on C-SPAN, as it was broadcast on national television.
On Tuesday, I had two opportunities to offer my thoughts of the convention and the Libertarian candidates for president and vice-president. In the morning, I spoke on the radio, 550 AM WSVA. If you missed the segment, you can find it here. Then, in the evening, I got together with Will Hammer, Corey Fauconier, and Andy Bakker at Freedom Gulch as we engaged in a bit more in-depth conversation.
Could 2016 be the break out year for the Libertarian Party? Well, with a ticket headlined by two former governors, a Republican and Democratic candidate with very high negatives, and inclusion in the national polls, just about anything could happen.
No matter the outcome, 2016 is shaping up to be one of the most exciting election cycles in recent history.