Author: Gary Johnson

Gary Johnson: Bipartisan Duopoly Keeps Congress From Finding Common Ground Solutions
Commentary Elections

Gary Johnson: Bipartisan Duopoly Keeps Congress From Finding Common Ground Solutions

The Pew Research Center has been tracking Americans’ political party “identification” for more than 20 years. A few weeks before last year’s election, their annual survey found 33 percent of American voters identifying themselves as Democrats and 29 percent as Republicans. The rest? The remaining 34 percent of voters identified […]

Gary Johnson: Trump Calls Attorney General Jeff Sessions ‘Beleagured.’ We Hope So!
Commentary Criminal Justice

Gary Johnson: Trump Calls Attorney General Jeff Sessions ‘Beleagured.’ We Hope So!

This week, President Trump called his Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, “beleaguered”. We can only hope that is the case, notwithstanding the oddity of a President so describing someone who works for him. But unfortunately, the “beleaguering” Mr. Trump tweeted stemmed from his own criticism of his own attorney general’s recusal […]

Gary Johnson: Bringing Fresh Pragmatism to Stale ‘Bipartisanship’ Through The Jack News
Commentary Politics

Gary Johnson: Bringing Fresh Pragmatism to Stale ‘Bipartisanship’ Through The Jack News

Some things about the American experiment aren’t looking very good right now. They are the political things. And that’s a little bit odd. Because, thanks to technology, we have more entrepreneurship and transparency in society than ever before. Indeed, technology continues to offer opportunities to get a new perspective on […]