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Don Luskin Named Economic Advisor to the Ron Paul 2008 Presidential Campaign

"Ron Paul's economic plan is the real thing... not just a band-aid"
yahoofinanceNewly appointed Ron Paul economic advisor, Donald L. Luskin, issued the following statement about Dr. Paul’s proposed comprehensive economic revitalization plan:
“Ron Paul’s economic plan is the real thing – a plan. It’s not just a band-aid designed to ‘stimulate’ the economy in an election year. It’s a fundamental agenda for real and lasting change, making the US economy more vibrant and competitive, and removing barriers to advancement for all Americans.”
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Look at Their Records
LOOKBEFOREYOUVOTEJanuary 24, 2008 Permalink

Ronald Reagan and Ron Paul: A Comparison

Again Ronald Reagan then a lot like Ron Paul now.

January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Receives Mediocre Mainstream Media Coverage Despite Stellar Credentials

Ron Paul, despite the phenomenal grassroots fundraising effort known jbsas the "money bomb," and his steady climb in the polls, is still largely ignored by the mainstream media. More electronic and print media is devoted to presidential dropouts like Fred Thompson than is given the Texas congressman whose record on all things conservative is unmatched by anyone else in Washington, D.C.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul in Louisiana vs. South Carolina

The opposition that Paul faced from the Christian vote in SC - mainly lew blogProtestant outside of the Tidewater area - was astounding. Guess what the two reasons for this opposition were. The 'War on Terror' and libertarianism - which was always confused with libertinism.
"Think about this. South Carolina, a state greatly populated by Hugenots from France - was the very first state to resist Federal coercion in late 1859/60, and now she is in the forefront of international warmongering on the part of her master in D.C.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Campaign to Louisiana GOP: Count All the Votes

Due to mistakes by the Louisiana GOP, hundreds of voters were forced yahoo financeto file provisional ballots, including nearly 500 that could change the outcome of the election.
The Louisiana State GOP also changed the rules at the last minute to allow other candidates to file more delegates. At the time of the original January 10 deadline, Ron Paul had the largest number of delegates pledged to him. The party then changed the rules to give other candidates until January 12 to file more delegates.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul: Comprehensive Economic Revitalization Plan

prescription-for-prosperity.gifAmerica became the greatest, most prosperous nation in human history through low taxes, limited government, personal freedom and a belief in sound money. We need to return to these principles so our economy can thrive again. When enacted, my plan will provide both short-term stimulus and lay the groundwork for long-term prosperity.
Other candidates talk a lot about stimulus packages, but my record stands alone. I have fought for these measures for years as a member of Congress and will make them a top priority as president.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Support Ron Paul

Who among the Republican candidates repeatedly addressed the theemporiagazetteeconomy, emphasizing the United States’ need to return to a gold standard in order to combat the out of control inflation the U.S. Dollar is experiencing?
Ron Paul, of course. Ron Paul, the candidate who did not embarrass himself by directing personal attacks and insults towards the others on the panel, but instead spoke respectfully, eloquently and addressed actual ISSUES.
Our nation’s presidency is also in dire need of returning to a gold standard. Vote Ron Paul!
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Causes Democrat's to Circle Their Wagons

Ron Paul is the sole candidate with a chance to beat the Democrats in nolanthe general election.
McCain's persistence in "staying the course" and his trigger-happy mentality will not appeal to moderate voters who are tired of our endless and deadly involvement in the Middle East. He runs on supporting the troops, but Ron Paul is the candidate who receives more donations and endorsement from service men and women.
Romney has three major strikes against him.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul for the Long Haul! Soon to drop: Huckabee & Giuliani

five-candidatesJanuary 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul offers economic stimulus package to rescue U.S. economy

Paul’s proposal may amount to the largest tax cuts in history. He doesn’t usa daily'stop there. Paul has consistently said that by reducing the size of the federal government to the level it was just ten years ago, federal income taxes could be entirely eliminated. Apparent first steps in that direction are spending freezes.
His proposed monetary reform also sets him apart from opponents in either party. Paul has been an outspoken critic of Federal Reserve inflation policies and supports a Gold Standard. He recently said on the John Beck Radio show that former president Ronald Reagan confided his concerns about the U.S. departure from the Gold Standard because he said that a study of history shows that all nations that eliminate the gold backed money decline.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Can Do Well in Florida

We do not need any more politicians who pretend there is no problem in gambling 911this economy and that everything is rosy. People are paying more for groceries every single week, the price of gas does not look as if it will ever come down again and for many even if they own a house, they cannot sell and get out without owing money. That is not to mention the people who got in with teaser rates that are now ballooning and they have no way to pay the new mortgages.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul's First Action as President

Just a reminder on why Ron Paul is the most intelligent and sane candidate for president.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Corporate Media Ignores Ron Paul's Second Place In Louisiana

Ron Paul has been placed higher than Giuliani in every single caucus and primary thus far, yet the media still blanks him in favor of reporting on Giuliani.
Despite the total lack of media coverage and the fact that all other candidates decided not to campaign in Louisiana, Ron Paul was there meeting and greeting residents on Monday, a testament to his commitment and drive to deliver his message to every American.
Paul's Louisiana success comes on the back of his second place finish in Nevada at the weekend, which was also completely ignored by the media.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

GOP Joins Forces In Lousiana To Derail Paul

As reported in Ballot Access News, "It appears that Ron Paul supporters outnumbered the supporters of any of his opponents. But since this was predicted, the supporters of Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee, John McCain, and Mitt Romney, cooperated to set up a "fusion" slate of unpledged candidates for Delegate. The "fusion" slate, labeled the "Pro-Life/Pro-Family" slate, beat the Ron Paul slate in each of the 7 U.S. House districts.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Continues to Gain Legitimacy

While other politicians, namely Clinton, Bush and Obama think they have politicallorethe right potion to give the economy a “shot in the arm” to use Bush’s phrase, Ron Paul would simply allow the market to fix the market. He would do the same with Iraq by “giving the Iraqis their country back.” He argues that the constant tinkering done by the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Government in attempts to manipulate the United States economy only protects the interests of the elite class in this country while the poor are simply given a few crumbs and brushed aside.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul is the Only Candidate Who Can Avert a Depression

All, that is, except for Paul. Paul has spoken and written at length about the inflation tax, the hidden tax of rising prices that results from wasteful government spending. Indeed, he has written and spoken at great length for a number of years about the U.S.' unsound fiscal policies, and has even received an award from the prestigious Ludwig Von Mises Institute, which promotes studies in the Austrian School of Economics.
January 24, 2008 Permalink


Because of the Paul campaign, Americans who would never have known otherwise now understand that Fascism is the trouble with our system. The father of Fascism was Benito Mussolini, who explained, “Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of State and corporate power.” He also called Fascism the “corporate state,” a government in which the corporations are the government. That is the perversion the conspiracy for world government has grafted on our limited republic.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul: The Red-Headed Step Child of the GOP

With the exception of a few interviews, there has been an incredible lack the sentinalof media coverage. In fact, both the media and the Republican Party have gone out of their way to ignore and push Ron Paul to the margins. Why is this?
The irony is that Ron Paul lines up with traditional Republican Party values more than any other Presidential candidate. It's the Republican Party, not Ron Paul, who has changed their stripes.
The silence speaks volumes.
This election isn't about Republicans or Democrats or Libertarians. It's about establishment vs. anti-establishment, and Ron Paul is the anti-establishment candidate. He is an outsider, not a Washington insider. He knows how the game is played, but won't play by their rules. The GOP would rather lose the election than have a Republican in office that cannot be bought or controlled by special interests. Dr. Paul threatens the current power structure, where politicians sell their influence to the lobbyists for the highest bid.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Senator Bob Hedlund supports Ron Paul

Massachusetts senator Bob Hedlund talks about mainstream media's treatment of Ron Paul on his weekly radio show on Jan 21 2008.

January 24, 2008 Permalink

Where’s Ron Paul? – The Invisible, Winning Republican

And so it goes. Ron Paul gets ignored by everyone except his growing lawfuelband of supporters and funders. When Ron Paul came in second in the Nevada primary every major news media in the United States announced the front-runner as Mitt Romney.
The invisible doctor did not receive a mention.
It may have started when MSNBC reported that Ron Paul scored the highest positive votes in both Republican debates he attended, beating Romney, McCain and Giuliani. But there was no mention of these poll results in the major media.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Paul backers paid for GOP recount

The Telegraph has confirmed that an elaborate supporter network for nashuaRepublican presidential candidate and Texas Rep. Ron Paul has raised the $59,600 to recount GOP ballots from the New Hampshire primary.
The recount is expected to start this morning. Democratic presidential candidate and Ohio Rep. Dennis Kucinich ended his requested recount of New Hampshire primary ballots Wednesday.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Thompson Supporters Should Consider Ron Paul

One of the many issues on which Thompson and Paul have similar thechattanooganstances is immigration; both oppose amnesty, and both agree that open borders mean the end of sovereignty in America. Both also agree that the welfare system should be overthrown.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Slim Jim Precint Cluster Bomb Plan

I seriously believe that handing out 500 slim jims in your precint will do ron paul war roommore to help elect Ron Paul than donating $2,300.
We can only throw money at the problem for so long…
Signing up for the Precinct Leader Program does NOT require alot of time or money.
What’s important is the information provided at our fingertips…your precint information is key.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Mrs. Ron Paul - Interview

We caught up with Carol Paul, Ron Paul's wife in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where her husband was giving an impromptu speech for 1,250 plus of his Louisiana supporters.

January 24, 2008 Permalink

Candidate Paul values constitutional survival

In order to save our country and our freedoms, it is imperative that in billingsgazettethe coming election we vote for the one candidate who can do that. The one candidate is Ron Paul of Texas, who is running on the Republican ticket. He has been in Congress for 20 years and adheres to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights as his guide when voting on issues. Paul values the freedoms our forefathers signed into the Constitution and also state's rights. Some of his principles are:
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Where does Paul think he lives? America?

Who in this country would ever vote for Ron Paul?
It would be ludicrous to vote for a man who believes in our Constitution and has abided by it with every vote he has cast in Congress. It is a certainty that we would never elect a man who has never voted to raise taxes. And why would we ever want to restore the civil liberties that we have lost under the Bush administration?
I feel much safer knowing my phone and e-mail can be monitored by the government. And the fact that habeas corpus can be suspended makes me sleep better at night. Paul wants to put an end to our safety.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

What Part of Ron Paul's Platform Is Crazy?

I seriously want to know which of Ron Paul´s ideas are crazy. I read a american chroniclelot of empty assertions in the media that Ron Paul´s ideas are fringe, nutty, or kooky. I couldn´t disagree more, but it´s hard to say because those terms don't really mean anything and the press ain´t exactly full of rhetorical geniuses.
To me, it seems that Paul´s platform is the genuine position of anyone who subscribes to an individualist ethos. Sure, plenty of politicians claim to believe in individualism, but they jump into a collectivist perspective as soon as they get a question from the media.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Make Sure Your Vote Counts!

The procedural difficulties experienced by many RP supporters in war roomTuesdays’ Louisiana caucus have prompted me to offer the following suggestions for voters in upcoming primaries or caucuses. Some of these will seem to be obvious to many, but if they help just one vote to be correctly tallied for Dr. Paul, then the effort is worthwhile.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul 51st Anniverary Money Bomb

Never before in the history of America have we had a chance to vote for someone who not only expouses family values but has demonstrated family values for the last 51 years

January 24, 2008 Permalink

A Ron Paul Advertising Strategy

That John McCain enjoyed a "wide advantage" in New Hampshire among lewrockwellprimary voters who opposed the war in Iraq means Ron Paul’s message is not getting out as it should. McCain has said he’d be fine with a 100-year U.S. military occupation of Iraq – a comment that should be repeated over and over again as evidence of how obviously unelectable he is.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul to Unveil Comprehensive Economic Revitalization Plan

ARLINGTON, Va. Thursday, January 24th, Republican presidential business wirecandidate and ranking member of the House Committee on Financial Services Ron Paul will unveil a comprehensive economic reform package. The four-pronged plan is designed to stem the current economic slide and address the unsound governmental policies that are the harming the national economy.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Congressman Paul Fights to Block Congressional Pay Raises

“With all the waste going on in government, the dollar losing its purchasing power, the collapse of the housing bubble, the economy is really struggling. We Members of Congress should not be padding our pocketbooks when our constituents are tightening their belts,” stated Congressman Paul.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Second in Louisiana?

"I applaud the supporters of Congressman Paul for their enthusiasm and superior organizational ability," Villere said. "Our Party needs the infusion of new activists who have both political skill and a passion for protecting the freedoms guaranteed to us by the Constitution," he said. "I left the caucus with a renewed commitment to promote our core Republican principles of limited government and individual freedom, thanks to the zeal displayed by Congressman Paul's Louisiana supporters," Villere said.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Continues to Gain Legitimacy

With this article appearing on yesterday the politicalloreRepublican establishment is finally starting to sit up and take notice and publicly coming to terms with the fact that Ron Paul is going to be around much longer than they had hoped. This is a significant change because as more and more of the respected members within the GOP give the OK to give Ron Paul a look and justify him as a legitimate option, the stigma will be lifted from his candidacy and then Ron Paul will find himself in a great position.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul offers chance to take control of our lives

Presidential candidate, U.S. Rep. Ron Paul is the leading advocate for kennebecfreedom in our nation's capital, running on a very different ticket than most other candidates. Paul believes in less government control over the people and empowered by the states' governments, not the feds, who constitutionally are only supposed to be regulating trade and commerce. Today they control everything in our weak-minded lives, because we allow them to.
January 24, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul is "Crazy"?

You have heard how "Crazy and what a Kook" Ron Paul is now see for yourself.

January 24, 2008 Permalink

Jamie Kirchick/New Republic Source is Outed

Here's a bizarre twist on the Ron Paul smear campaign: "Kirchick's vile lewblogsource is Bill White, white supremacist extraordinaire, self-appointed Fuehrer of the U.S. Nazi Party, and vocal Ron Paul hater . . . . He hates Ron Paul because . . . he thinks Ron Paul's campaign is infiltrated by 'the Jews' and he cites none other than the Ludwig von Mises Insitute (named after a Jewish economist and co-founded by another Jewish economist) as proof . . ."
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Is this Ron Paul's 11th Hour Break?

So first Ron Paul pulled second in Nevada. No one was sure what it nolanmeant: It was after all a distant second in a lightly contested state, more notable for how poorly rest did than for how well Paul did.
But then he did it again in Louisiana. But it gets better.
First provisional votes are not yet included in the count. Provisional votes are all those cast by recently registered Republicans. Paul tends to have a lot of supporters who recently registered Republican to vote for him, so prsumably as these votes are verified and counted his numbers will rise.
January 23, 2008 Permalink


This is a PDF file that opens with Acrobat.
americanfreepressThis is a special report on the candidacy of Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) who has emerged as the number one phenomenon— bar none—in the 2008 presidential primary campaign. This report is being sponsored by American Free Press, a nonpartisan national weekly newspaper published on Capitol Hill inWashington, D.C. Often described as “populist” and “nationalist,” American Free Press endorses Congressman Paul’s dedication to American Constitutional principles and views his candidacy as a refreshing alternative to “politics as usual.” If you’re inclined to support Congressman Ron Paul, you’ll find this report to be a valuable assessment of his efforts.
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Louisiana's Results, Clarified

Just got a release forwarded to me from the Louisiana Republican Party. nroMy campaign source was partially correct this morning - among the delegates who openly stated a candidate preference, the order of finish was McCain, Paul, Romney. However, they all finished behind "pro-life uncommitted."
January 23, 2008 Permalink

AUDIO: Ron Paul Glenn Beck interview this morning

mp3Here is the great Ron Paul Glenn Beck interview from this morning. The speak exclusively (almost) about economics for 20 minutes.
Audio courtesy of

January 23, 2008

Ron Paul on Your World with Neil Cavuto (1-23-08)

The interview starts at the two minute mark. There are some positive comments from Neil before that point however. Ron Paul eats EVERY other presidential candidates lunch as usual.
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Superbowl Commercial

It made no sense to spend 2.3 million dollars on a Super Bowl ron paul blimpcommercial that will air nationwide in places like Michigan or Florida will people have already voted.
Instead, we have developed a plan to target potential Ron Paul voters during the Super Bowl at a significant discount. We are in the process of selecting and securing time slots for a Ron Paul Super Bowl commercial to run in upcoming Super Tuesday states that Ron Paul is most likely to benefit from.
The individual ad buys range in price from one to several thousand dollars. To give you an example of what type of magnitude we are talking about, for $100,000 we can reach around 5-6 million viewers who are in important Super Tuesday states.
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Glenn Beck Validates Ron Paul’s Income Tax Claim

GLENN:...What you said was, if we got rid of the income tax, the Government would still take about the same amount of money in as they had ten years ago.
PAUL: Approximately.
GLENN: We looked into it and it’s accurate. Can you explain that and how do we get that message out to people?
January 23, 2008 Permalink

My Letter To LULAC For Ron Paul

Ron Paul is the only candidate who will immediately end the war and nolanbring Hispanics in uniform safely back to their families. Obama and Clinton both voted to fund the war and will not return troops before 2013 (and if that). John McCain wants to stay for another 100 years until the "job is done". Ron Paul receives more military support than any other Republican candidate.
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Mike Huckabee and Rudy Giuliani campaigns almost tapped out

Republican Mike Huckabee said Tuesday his presidential campaign is facing financial difficulties with top advisers working without pay and some aides quitting.
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul on MSNBC (1-23-08)

Rudy gets his due. Paul asked about the Income Tax. Excellent interview by MSNBC. Hands down one of the best. Aaron Russo's "America from Freedom to Fascism" plugged!- the movie that proves the Income Tax is a FARCE.

January 23, 2008 Permalink

Glenn Beck: Ron's Revolution 1-23-08 Interview

PAUL: And that money really doesn't go to producing jobs. What you the glenn beck programhave to do is restore the savings and encourage capital investment. You have to eliminate taxes on capital gains and we have to do whatever we can, get rid of the taxes, the death tax and eliminate taxes on dividends and savings. All these things would encourage savings and then have a market rate for interest rates to give us the signal on whether we should be investing or saving or spending. But that doesn't exist anymore and that's why we have these perpetual bubbles.
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Fred Thompson Supporters Should Vote for Ron Paul

With Fred Thompson's recent departure from the presidential race, Ron Paul is the only limited government, constitutional conservative still in the running. Fred Thompson supporters looking for another candidate to back should switch to Ron Paul.
Why Ron Paul? Fred Thompson was running on a platform featuring limited government, constitutional federalism, and a realistic appraisal of America's looming fiscal crisis. The only other candidate taking a similarly serious approach to those issues is Ron Paul.
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Spread the Word

Now you can send personal messages and help raise money for Ron 2008 spread the wordPaul!
We’ll recognize you on our website if you successfully get your friends to contribute as much as you’ve already contributed! Start by following these easy steps:
January 23, 2008 Permalink

So... Who Won the Louisiana GOP Caucus?

Final results, when they're available, will be at the LA GOP's website. reasonWe're looking at a majority of Republicans in one of the strongest GOP states (post-Katrina) who voted for either Ron Paul or a man who died in 2004.
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Speaks Out Against Dangerous Vaccines

Besides certain laws that apply only to government medical specialists - there is no law that enforces the mandatory use of any vaccine in the United States. Enforced medical treatment is an assault and a violation of the 14th amendment, the reason Ron Paul, a strict Constitutionalist, is so directly against it.
However, some in Washington seem determined to ignore the Constitution and to make some vaccinations (usually the most profitable ones) mandatory.
There has recently been a spate of cases where officials, with the assistance of directed media propaganda, have attempted to cajole parents into believing that laws require vaccination.
January 23, 2008 Permalink

AUDIO: New Jersey 101.5 FM Dennis & Judi Interview with Ron Paul

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January 23, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul continues to best Giuliani

“It’s a testament to the direction the Republican Party is heading in the politicofuture,” said Paul’s national youth outreach director, Jeff Frazee. He attributes the difference in Giuliani and Paul’s youth support to their differences over issues like civil liberties, saying, “Young people are interested in freedom. They are not interested in more authoritarians.”
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Uncle Sam Wants YOU! -- to Campaign For Ron Paul

The greatest need of the hour, if Dr. Paul is to make it to the convention, nolangain the nomination, and ultimately win the oval office, is for you to get out in the street and carry the message of Ron Paul to your neighbors, the families in your own voting precinct. There is nobody better suited to the task than you. There is no one more perfectly situated than you. Your neighbors, though they do not yet know it, are relying on you. Do you really think the media will tell them? Will they read about Ron Paul in the paper? Will they see his face, hear his message, on television? You know they won't!
January 23, 2008 Permalink

I ask Ron Paul about Iraq and Iran

If we pull out of Iraq immediately, will Iran move in? I asked Congressman Ron Paul, who is one of the biggest proponents of immediate troop withdrawal in this election

January 23, 2008 Permalink

GOP Agenda: Stop Ron Paul at All Costs?

As reported in Ballot Access News, "It appears that Ron Paul supporters outnumbered the supporters of any of his opponents. But since this was predicted, the supporters of Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee, John McCain, and Mitt Romney, cooperated to set up a "fusion" slate of unpledged candidates for Delegate. The "fusion" slate, labeled the "Pro-Life/Pro-Family" slate, beat the Ron Paul slate in each of the 7 U.S. House districts.
This unprecedented uniting of GOP candidates to stop Ron Paul clearly shows that the GOP agenda is apparently to stop Ron Paul at all costs.
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul: No To Mandatory Immunization

What if a dangerous disease was spreading like wildfire? Would Paul huffingtonpostcave and require immunization in such a dire situation?
"No, I wouldn't do it, because the person who doesn't take the shot is the one at risk..." he said. "A responsible parent is going to say, 'Yeah, I want my child to have that,' [but] when the government makes a mistake, they make it for everybody. You know, that's what worries me. They don't always come up with the perfect answer sometimes... and people have had some very, very serious reactions from these immunizations."
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Louisiana Caucus Today

These are unconfirmed and from various sources but all reports indicate that Ron Paul has scored at least 46 of 95 alternates selected and also will win more delegates than any other candidate. Romney and McCain were the only other candidates to have a serious presence in the state, with Romney supporters being the majority in one caucus. All other reports are that Ron Paul supporters were in the majority at all other caucus meetings.
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Precinct Leader, WHY?

We need to put and end to all the plans, projects, hair brained schemes, ron paul war roomand worrying about the MSM and what they say or don’t say about Ron Paul, and get working on getting real votes for Ron Paul. Only a few projects, that have proven results with the least amount spent, should be used and promoted. Sorry if you don’t want to hear this, but all the others need to stop. The simplest and best way to get more votes for Ron Paul is becoming a Precinct Leader with the National Campaign. Any money and time spent on all these little projects should be put towards getting real people with real votes into the Precinct Leader system. This system as already proven by primary results, that if used, the votes will come.
January 23, 2008 Permalink

March For Life-Ron Paul

The video is a bit shakey but the audio is clear.

January 23, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul endorsed by Jane Roe, yes, THAT Roe

On the 35th anniversary of the Supreme Court's historic Roe vs. Wade los angeles timesabortion ruling, the Roe of that landmark legal case endorsed libertarian turned Republican Rep. Ron Paul for president. Paul, a 10-term Texas congressman from the Houston area, is a 72-year-old Air Force veteran and ob-gyn who has surprised many political observers with the fervor of his bands of followers, not to mention his campaign's fundraising prowess that has outshined other Republican so-called front-runners.
January 23, 2008 Permalink


Do you mean to tell me since March of 2007 you have known Fred chameleonwasn't even serious ,...
Do you mean to tell me you have played a charade these many long months with the American people trying to limit their knowledge and choice of who we nominate as the Republican Candidate for the most powerful position on Earth, when there were far more worthy and serious candidates being excluded in your "Fair and Balanced Election 2008 We Distort-You Comply" coverage of this Election to accommodate this joke of a run?
January 23, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Draws Passionate Support

“The fact that Ron Paul is a man of integrity, who can’t be bought, and nationalcatholicregisterpreaches his views thick or thin, good times or bad, fair or foul weather, appeals to Catholics who believe that there are unchanging truths,” he said. “It’s very rare to see politicians who stand by their guns in all circumstances, and this guy does it.”
January 23, 2008 Permalink


I spoke with the field director for LA and he said that they are still ron paul war roomcounting and will have results posted on GOP website in the morning. He did say that in Natchitoches Ron Paul won 11 of the 15 Delegates. He also said that there was a really poor showing of people, and that there was only less than 100 people at some sites. We won’t know until tomorrow, but it looks very positive for Ron Paul.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Dr. Ron Paul endorses Dr. Murray Sabrin for U.S. Senate

Are listening New Jersey? My sister lives in New Jersey and I know that your property taxes are INSANE. Elect this man because he is a Ron Paul Republican.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Consider Ron Paul

I have discovered a candidate who truly loves this country, who the chattanooganconsistently votes for the benefit of those he represents, and whose integrity is unmatched. While several other candidates are currently listed on the "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians" for 2007 list by Judicial Watch, you see a striking difference when you look at Dr. Ron Paul, who refuses to accept the congressional retirement program offered him because he has gone to Washington and remembered it is the people he represents who have to pay the bill for such things. Dr. Paul is the one candidate who consistently votes to reduce the tax-burden on hard-working Americans. While the other candidates promise more programs, Dr. Paul speaks out and votes against ever-increasing amounts of our paycheck going to the federal government, which tends to offer cookie-cutter solutions and includes more waste as it increases the layers of bureaucracy.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul: Campaign Picks Up More of Everything

The Ron Paul campaign continues to pick up three things: money, endorsements and the scorn of pundits.
It may also looks like the Texan Congressman will be picking up some delegates later today.

It’s been speculated that at least part of the reason Fred Thompson dropped out of the contest today was due to money–or lack of it. And Mike Huckabee’s campaign staff is said to be working for free, also due to a lack of money.
Meanwhile, the Paul campaign collected another $2 million dollars on MLK Day, most of it in the form of small donations (under $50). Meanwhile, Paul has picked up three endorsements in the last 24 hours.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Bam! This is how we raise 23 Million Dollars for Ron Paul

This is how we will do it.
ron paul war roomWe have approximately 1500 meetup groups. With about 90,000 members in Ron Paul meetup groups, this works out to an average of 60 people per group. Each person in the meetup group would only need to donate an average of $255 per person.
How you say?
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Dobb’s still isn’t getting it right………..

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Let the other Republican candidates for President help raise money for Ron Paul just by being themselves!

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Ron Paul Could Be Louisiana Dark Horse

And guess who is expected to get more delegates than anyone else out huffinton postof Louisiana today?.........
"The biggest surprise to come out of Louisiana's GOP delegate process thus far involves Ron Paul, the Texas congressman mounting a quasi-libertarian campaign that has been defined by its grassroots organization. Dore says the Paul campaign dropped off a 'whole slate" of delegates about two weeks ago " a surprise showing that wasn't expected."
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Don't let tyranny take hold - Vote Ron Paul 2008

Please do your own research into the areas covered in this film and check every claim. You will find it all to be true. This is only the tip of the iceberg. We are step away from martial law and total lockdown of all our freedoms.

January 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul revolution invades Louisiana

More than 1,000 people came to see Paul during his Baton Rouge visit. ReiveillePaul's speech at the Bellemont on Airline Highway included many topics he has voiced to the public.
One of Paul's policies that was welcomed was his stance on a non-interventionist foreign policy.
Paul said the U.S. Constitution is designed to restrain the government, not the people.
"We as a people ... have been willing to sacrifice our freedoms for safety and security, and it's gotten a lot worse since 9/11," Paul said. "I am convinced that it is never necessary to give up any freedoms to be secure."
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Louisiana Needs Your Help! RIGHT NOW!

The Louisiana GOP Caucus is today (January 22nd) from 5 to 8 p.m. daily paulCentral Time and we have a good shot at not only winning 1st place but taking ALL 44 of the National Delegates for Ron Paul.
The Caucuses have very poor attendance and so every vote counts toward Ron Paul winning. So we need you to get out the word, that every resident of Louisiana should go to their local Caucus tonight from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. central time to vote for their local Ron Paul Delegates list.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Where Should Fred Thompson’s Voters Go? Join the Ron Paul Revolution!

Now that Thompson supporters are in the market for a new candidate, I daily dosehope they will heed Derbyshire’s wise words, and instead of settling for Rudy McRomney or Tax-Hike Mike, they will embrace the last and greatest conservative in the race: Ron Paul.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul talks about youth support, Iraq war

In a conference call with college reporters in key states headed up to uwireSuper Tuesday, Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) talked about his support among college students, the Iraq war, his ideas on education and health care and whether or not he plans a third-party run.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Paul runs second in Nevada

The Russian Media does a better job of reporting then Faux news.

January 22, 2008 Permalink

If this keeps up, Ron Paul could be the only republican left... and loaded.

First item of note is that Fred Thompson drops out of GOP race. Leaving Huckabee as a promising contender. However if the following article has any validity to it, Huckabee could be dropping out too.
Ron Paul vs Mitt Romney - Christian fiscal conservative vs not so fiscally conservative from the LDS Church... I just can't see the South coming out for Mitt Romney.
Sorry, I forgot to mention Giuliani - but that doesn't really matter anyway.
If there were to be such a battle... Ron Paul on the money front would make Mitt Romney look silly, with his latest million dollar day.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Mike Huckabee’s campaign funds exhausted

With the departure of Fred Thompson and the ‘Huckster’ grasping for green, the campaign for the Republican candidate for president is narrowing down. Now is the time to really support Ron Paul. With the $2 million fund raising day yesterday and what I understand is some $8 million yet in the bank, Dr. Paul is in good condition to continue going full bore! Get those campaign signs out there, talk up Dr. Paul’s campaign, and shake lose what you can for his campaign coffers. Go Ron Paul!
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Noise and More Noise at Giuliani Event

Ron Paul GiulianiAfter Giuliani worked the crowd inside, aides signaled to the media that he would take a few questions on the plaza outside the restaurant. A spot was selected, a rope line set up. Then Giuliani emerged, and things fell apart. The Paul loyalists had really healthy lungs. Their repeated shouts of "Ron Paul! Ron Paul!" were loud enough that no one could think, much less speak. The Giuliani people countered with "Rudy! Rudy!" to keep their guy in the game. And then came the anti-abortion contingent. They were an even smaller crowd but outshouted the other two groups. "Rudy is not a true conservative! Rudy is a traitor to innocent life! You need to go to confession!"
January 22, 2008 Permalink





Repeat After Me: I Am The DECIDER!

nolanI am an American VOTER.
I, not the media, "elect" candidates.
"Elect" means CHOOSE! "Elect" means DECIDE!
I CHOOSE! I, I, I CHOOSE, NOT the media!
I do not CARE who they "anoint!"
I am the Decider! I, I, I DECIDE!
There are HUNDREDS of MILLIONS of me, and less than 600 "politician" legislators.
I CAN control those $%&+@# politicians!
They'd better get it together, starting right now!

Now GO OUT and VOTE for (DECIDE for, CHOOSE!) Dr. Ron Paul.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul In Kenner, Louisiana 1-21-08

A great crowd!

Ron Paul In Kenner, Louisiana 1-21-08Part 1   Part 2  Part 3   Part 4

Your work is paying off!

Yesterday, you raised over $1.85 million for Ron Paul. Congratulations, 2008and thank you so much!
It's been a great few days to be a supporter of Ron Paul, and not only because of the successful fundraising day or our great second-place showing in Nevada.
On the endorsement front, Ron Paul has won the support of three significant public figures in the last two days.
P.S. For those of you who haven't heard, Mike Huckabee's campaign is broke. Don't let the same thing happen to Ron Paul. After all, where else would Mike Huckabee get all of his ideas? Contribute today!
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Open Letter to Fred Heads from a Paul Supporter

Here is my olive branch to those Fred Heads out there. Many have gone with Fred because he was on a platform of a strong border and military. Ron Paul wants to keep America sovereign just like Fred, secure the borders, and build up our military defenses here in the states. Let's put our border guards back on OUR border and stop protecting the interests of Saudi Arabia!
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Thompson’s Out

Mr. Thompson seemed a reluctant candidate from the start. He first was new york timeswooed by conservatives unhappy with all the choices in the field, but delayed getting in until nearly late summer. He never raised much money, and seemed nearly unenthusiastic during debates and at campaign events.
So, next act, anyone? A return to “Law & Order?”
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Thompson drops out of GOP presidential race

In a statement issued by his campaign, Fred Thompson said:
cnn"Today I have withdrawn my candidacy for President of the United States. I hope that my country and my party have benefited from our having made this effort. Jeri and I will always be grateful for the encouragement and friendship of so many wonderful people."
January 22, 2008 Permalink

AUDIO: Ron Paul Mancow Interview

mp3 Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) spoke to Mancow about his campaign censorship.
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January 22, 2008 Permalink

New Ron Paul Ad with Chuck Baldwin

Christian brethren, Chuck Baldwin is a pastor. Please listen to him.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul: America's taxpayers deserve less government, end of IRS

As prices rise while the purchasing power of the dollar falls, hardworking jacksonville.comAmericans are finding it more difficult to make ends meet, to save for the future and to obtain health care.
Our national debt now stands in excess of $9 trillion, more than $30,000 per person; and the total future debt obligations of the United States, including entitlements, are estimated at around $59 trillion, which equates to over $500,000 per household.
Unless we embrace fundamental reform soon, we face the prospect of a financial storm that will humble this great country as no foreign enemy could ever dream of doing.
As president, I would help make that dream a reality by working to abolish the Internal Revenue Service and repeal the 16th Amendment that created the federal income tax.

January 22, 2008 Permalink

Don Luskin Endorses Ron Paul for President

In an article on National Review Online today, Luskin praised yahoo finance“Paulonomics,” writing: “In an election year in which bigger government, higher taxes, and protectionism seem to have so much momentum, Paulonomics may be just what is needed to rebalance the debate in favor of growth.”
With his endorsement Luskin joins a long list of other financial advisors who have endorsed Ron Paul for president, including Peter Schiff, president, Euro Pacific Capital, Inc. who wrote: “Ron Paul is the real deal, a true statesmen and citizen politician in the traditions envisioned by the framers of our Republic.”
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Rudy Giuliani's Losing Ways Continue Against Ron Paul

After more than six years, it appears as if Giuliani's opportunity to use oped newsthe attacks and the whole fear of terrorism are gone. In fact, 9/11 has become his can of worms, and many accuse him of covering up the toxic dust scandal at ground zero. Others are angry for his decision to put firefighters and other victim's remains in landfills. Almost everywhere he goes, he is dogged by those who blame him for some of the firefighters deaths. There can be little doubt that Giuliani has used the 9/11 tragedies for personal profit and to launch his presidential bid. It is becoming obvious to many that he is no longer a viable candidate.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Pro-Life Activist Norma McCorvey ('Jane Roe' of Roe v. Wade) Endorses Ron Paul for President

“Ron Paul states, ‘The right of an innocent, unborn child to life is at the YAHOO FINANCEheart of the American ideals of liberty.’ “I support Ron Paul for president because we share the same goal, that of overturning Roe v Wade. Ron Paul doesn’t just talk about being pro-life, he acts on it. His voting record truly is impeccable and he undoubtedly understands our constitutional republic and the inalienable right to life for all.
“After taking all of the presidential candidates into consideration, it is obvious that Ron Paul is the only one that doesn’t just talk the talk. For this reason and those stated above, I am publicly endorsing Ron Paul for president.”
January 22, 2008 Permalink


Ron Paul being censored by treasonous Faux news.

January 22, 2008 Permalink

"Jane Roe" Endorses Ron Paul

About an hour ago Norma McCorvey, a.k.a "Jane Roe" from the 1973 Roe reasonv. Wade decision, formally endorsed Ron Paul at the Phoenix Park hotel in Washington. Why didn't she endorse a frontrunner like Mike Huckabee? Thank the grassroots: She saw a newspaper ad in Nevada, bought by Paul supporters, using the analogy of the frog and the pot of boiling water to demonstrate what was happening to America. "It touched my heart."
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul: Constitutional Responses to Terrorism

It has been over 6 years since the atrocities of September 11 were texas straight talkcommitted and there are still some very basic measures that need to be taken to bring the perpetrators to justice and make America safer. I have proposed legislation to help with these efforts and will continue to fight in Congress for the safety and security of the American people.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

It's Worse Than a Recession

Ron Paul is the only candidate talking about the real problems behind nationalthe monetary crisis. The fundamental dilemma of printing money that is backed by nothing must be changed. Send this video to all your friends who do not understand the Federal Reserve System. The only thing that will preserve the money you earn today is if you buy things that will hold their value like gold or silver.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul vs. the Criminal Fed

So the Fed drops interest rates again, i.e. speeds up the printing lewblogpresses. Think groceries and other goods are going up fast now? Clearly Bernanke, as he promised before ascending to the central banking pantheon, will try hyperinflation to save the big banks, Wall Street, and the military-industrial complex. He can't do it, of course. All he can do is further wreck the global economy, and transfer even more billions from the poor and middle class to the rich and well-connected. Can he postpone the ultimate disaster, thereby making it even worse when it comes?
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Television Coverage Ron Paul, Shreveport, Louisiana

KTAL-TV Coverage - Ron Paul, Shreveport, Louisiana

January 22, 2008 Permalink

Markets Crash, Ron Paul Was Right

Re-posting this video from Nov 8th when the trading floors in Chicago were cheering for Ron Paul as he grilled Fed Chief Bernanke on monetary policy. With the Fed panicking and cutting interest rates .75%, watch the dollar crash and oil prices surge.
This is all the Neocons’ fault, the war drove the deficit and the Fed pumped up the real estate bubble.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul: Now More Than Ever

If his campaign causes the far left to internalize the truth of Thomas lewrockwellJefferson’s edict that "a government big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to take everything you have" then his run will have done America incalculable good. All of us benefit when the ranks of those who regard government as being an über-charity are depleted. Ron Paul supporters understand that enlarging the state diminishes the liberties of the people. The brighter all of our collective prospects will be when more leftists accept this eventuality.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

For Economic Sickness, Call Dr. Paul

Donald L. Luskin, chief investment officer for Trend Macrolytics, frequent lewrockwell blogguest on CNBC, and contributing editor to National Review Online, has endorsed Ron Paul for president. Said Luskin: “Ron Paul is the only candidate of any party with the courage and the insight to address the most fundamental issues of economic liberty – which is fundamental to human liberty.” Ron has also been endorsed by Peter Schiff, president of Euro Pacific Capital, Inc., who wrote: “Ron Paul is the real deal, a true statesmen and citizen politician in the traditions envisioned by the framers of our Republic.”
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Paul calls for eliminating federal income taxes to avoid recession

While touring Louisiana before today’s caucus, Republican presidential usadailycandidate Ron Paul once again proposed eliminating federal income taxes and returning to a gold backed currency to rescue the nation’s economy.
Paul continued, “Only we are telling the truth, about who is to blame for this recession, and how we can build real prosperity with sound money, no IRS, no deficit, and strict obedience to the Constitution. And, of course, no hyper-expensive, hyper-dangerous empire all around the globe.”
January 22, 2008 Permalink

The Difference: Barack Obama & Ron Paul

An attempted non-bias voting record comparison between two candidates, Barack Obama and Ron Paul.

January 22, 2008 Permalink

Money Bomb, Schmoney Bomb: The Real Reason Ron Paul Can't Lose

I had just enough money left in my account to pay my car (truck) nolaninsurance before cancelling tonight at midnight. ($114.00). But instead, I sent $100.00 to the Ron Paul money bomb. Now I'm uninsured. LOL! No problem.
I actually met Ron Paul today at a rally here in Baton Rouge. We shook hands. When you meet him, you know him. Inside and out. He's for real. And as for my truck? Well, I'll just tape a Ron Paul sign to my dusty old bicycle and get some fresh air for the next few days.
I have to do everything I can for Congressman Paul. Because when you meet him in person, you just know, without a doubt, that he would do the same for you.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

I Am Scared - Let down by Voters who are not listening to Ron Paul's Message

I'm scared because this is what the American people are saying when oped newsthey vote for McCain & Hillary. That's it's OK! What is WRONG with the people of South Carolina & New Hampshire and Iowa? Do they love what is going on in our country now and our never ending war on terror with a recession looming? Do they agree with Bush? Because if they don't --then why are they voting for more of the same?? Why do they vote for those who are most likely to take away their freedoms, guns, open the doors to illegal immigration and continue the war? Apparently the government is winning when they use the tactic of "terror" and can round the people up to vote their way.
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul to Win the GOP in the Western States?

Ron Paul's biggest problem with Republicans is that lay voters, who amchronlogodon't understand abstract ideological terms like libertarianism and conservatism don't see him as one of them. The press often mislabels Ron Paul as a Libertarian (capital "L") when in fact he is a libertarian Republican who adheres to a conservative theory of governance. Libertarianism is the ideal. Conservatism is the method. By the press' mislabeling, every famous conservative (including Goldwater) would be considered a libertarian today while conservatism itself suffers from association with constitutionally liberal agendas (social conservatism, free-spending neo-conservatism). This needs to end. As Reagan said, "I believe the very heart and soul of conservatism is libertarianism".
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Paul outlines platform for local backers

"People are waking up and realizing that the government isn't working," nolalogo_242x90.gifPaul said to the crowd at the Airport Hilton during a three-stop tour of Louisiana on Monday. "The government is there for one reason, and a very narrow reason. The government is supposed to be there to protect our freedoms -- and nothing else."
January 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul : House of Cards

Some of the best economic commentary from Ron Paul.
January 21, 2008 Permalink

The Media Ignores Paul: Conspiracy or Delusion?

While still not willing to join those who see proof of well oiled plans azcentralunder every bush, maybe the conspiratists are onto something. How else does a person explain the absolute stubbornness of the media when it comes to the only candidate with a consistent philosophy and honest answers - even when he comes in second in the Nevada caucus?
January 21, 2008 Permalink

Dr. Paul is looking forward to a brokered convention

Dr. Paul's recent e-mail message mentions a brokered National daily paulRepublican convention. Has that virtual probability sunk in with all of you yet? A BROKERED convention! That means REAL political debate! Actual setting of platform planks! Garnering support from delegates!
Please, step back and take the long view of this campaign from time to time and start your preparations now.
Do everything within your power to be at (or be well-represented at) the Republican National convention in September... IT WILL BE HISTORIC. There I go smirking and chuckling again!
January 21, 2008 Permalink