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I hate the IRS Vote Ron Paul!

The following is a statement from an American senior citizen on the state of affairs of being a retiree. Touching on many points she explains the treachery of the IRS. All too often I have seen this happen to unfortunate Americans who DO NOT UNDERSTAND what the law says.
Most private sector citizens DO NOT fall under the purvue of Title 26, the IRS code. Most Americans in the private sector unwittingly enter into contract with the IRS that makes them liable to pay an Income Tax.
If you are a Ron Paul revolutionary you owe it to your families future to understand WHAT THE LAW SAYS. Then you can keep all your monies from your earnings: Income Tax, Social Security, State Tax, Fica, SDI etc, etc. Look at the PROOF and get the BOOK that will free you from the clutches of slavery. I cannot stress enough that understanding this is fundamental to being an American.

May 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul's Ultimate Revolution -- It's You!

His recent book, "The Revolution: A Manifesto," should be read by every American ChronicleAmerican to gain some insight into how far our government has moved away from our Constitution. Paul addresses the ever-expanding federal government, foreign policy, increasing taxes, economic policies, ballooning inflation and debt (he´s been warning us from the floor of the House for years), and our disappearing basic freedoms. All are happening right before our eyes, while we continue to indulge and submerge ourselves in consumerism and entertainment, dulling our brains and turning them into mush.
That is the message --- educate yourselves. Keep these books on your bookshelf along with copies of the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and other founding historic documents and books.
May 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul: March to War in Lebanon?

This resolution leads us closer to a wider war in the Middle East. It antiwarinvolves the United States unnecessarily in an internal conflict between competing Lebanese political factions and will increase rather than decrease the chance for an increase in violence. The Lebanese should work out political disputes on their own or with the assistance of regional organizations like the Arab League. I urge my colleagues to reject this march to war and to reject H. Res. 1194.
May 22, 2008 Permalink

Trusting only Ron Paul

The last Montana Legislature overwhelmingly passed House Joint billings the outpostResolution 25, opposing the formation of a North American Union with Canada and Mexico and the building of the NAFTA Superhighway System. Why then was the media giving presidential candidate Ron Paul a hard time about making this an issue in his campaign when plans for both have been in place?
Perhaps it is because the other major candidates don’t want to talk about it as they are all in one way or another connected with the elite group of power brokers, the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations), which in March of 2005 issued a report titled “Creating A North American Community,” calling for the elimination of the borders of America in order to create regional and then world government.
May 22, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul: BlueGrassRoots Edition

Sights seen during the VERY LONG Kentucky campaign.

May 22, 2008 Permalink

Remember Ron Paul? Time for second look

the revolution: a manifestoEvery day I read the letters over coffee as my first attempt to get a modesto beegood laugh. Everybody who writes their opinions always seems to have a solution to everything: higher gas costs, higher food costs, socialists' concerns, global warming, our drop in the dollar, tax breaks, gay marriage, City Council pay raises, prayer in schools, our next president, on and on. I was fortunate to obtain the New York Times best-selling book, "The Revolution: A Manifesto," by Ron Paul, who seems to put it all together. Maybe we should take a closer look at all his silly ideas.
May 22, 2008 Permalink

Urgent... Breaking News... Arizona Voters to Recall Senator McCain; Arizona Meet-up Groups Being Contacted

The Revolution is heating up and Senator John McCain now finds himself ronpaulforpresident2008 blogat war with his own party. In particular, the Ron Paul r3volution!
It is my idea to start a recall petition drive against McCain, within his home state of Arizona; as a RINO (republican in name only) McCain cannot, should not, and will not be the standard barer for the Republican Party.
Please Start the Recall Petition process to remove McCain as Arizona's US Senator...
Here are the links to Jan Brewer; Arizona Secretary of State and the recall process, explained and available for print
May 21, 2008 Permalink

San Diego California Rally

Dr. Paul will be bringing his message of freedom, peace, and prosperity to San Diego this Friday, May 23rd for a Freedom Rally.
The rally is free and open to the public (no tickets are necessary) so please bring your friends and family. It will start at 12:00 PM PT and be held at 1200 3rd Avenue, San Diego, California 92101, right behind the San Diego City Hall.
May 21, 2008 Permalink

“Ron Paul may affect precinct elections”

The Coeur d’Alene Press reports on the situation in Idaho as they get daily doseready for their primary next week. It’s understandable to a degree that many long-time Republican activists are worried about Ron Paul supporters coming in, not that there’s any validity to their concerns that we’re just there to interfere, of course, but because enthusiasm among Republican activists is something that hasn’t been seen for a long time, and many don’t quite know how to deal with it.
May 21, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Revolt: A new kind of RNC Welcoming Committee?

A significant amount of attention has been paid to the anti-war minnesotasmonitorprotesters and liberal demonstrators headed for the Republican National Convention, but a potentially more disruptive group of political activists threatens to descend on St. Paul this September in what has already been dubbed "Ron Paul's Revolt."
May 21, 2008 Permalink

11 minutes from "The Revolution: A Manifesto"

From the audio book version

May 21, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul, still pushing, still has nearly $5 million cash, no debt

This article from Andrew Malcom is peppered with figures. Malcom has los angeles timesbeen highly opnionated as of late showing his true neocon colors. The comments section is what is worth the read here.

"Mr. Malcom, I have been impressed with your coverage of Dr. Paul despite the mainstream media viewing Pauls message as crazy. But it seem that you don't see the freedom movement as realistic. Comments like "defying common political sense" leave me to wonder. Ron Pauls message is as old as our country. Hense the rEVOLution. A major point of his campaign is that these values are traditionaly Republican. One question, do you report on Ron Paul for ratings or because you actualy are inspired by the message that he supports."

May 21, 2008 Permalink

Vote Ron Paul over McCain

Supporting McCain is the wasted vote, because he can't beat Obama or Hillary, either.
In a current society of tight elections, highlited by Supreme Court decisions and "hanging chads," McCain MUST have total GOP support to have any chance at all of winning in November. It's not going to happen, because there are too many of us old "Reaganites" out here who know McCain for the closet Democrat that he is.
Ron Paul CAN beat the left in November. If given the nomination, even the MEDIA will have no choice but to give him equal time in debates that will clearly show the voters what needs to be done.
May 21, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Wins 15 Percent in Oregon

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul received 15 percent of 2008yesterday's primary vote in Oregon, a state in which he inspired both strong grassroots activism and online support but did not physically visit. "Oregonians and Americans are hungry for the leadership that will protect the traditions that made our country so great," said campaign spokesman Jesse Benton. "Dr. Paul's grassroots supporters delivered Dr. Paul's second best GOP primary showing based on percentage points. Dr. Paul and the grassroots movement he has inspired are building a bright future for the Republican Party and the United States of America."
May 21, 2008 Permalink

The Difference: Barack Obama & Ron Paul

What "change" Obama? Does anyone know?

May 21, 2008 Permalink

Patriots to Ron Paul, Challenge John McCain

There are a ton of UNBOUND Delegates for McCain that can be swayed your way if they were to see you and he go at it head to head in a televised debate.
Our suggestion is that, along with running ads here and there around the country. Challenge John McCain to a nation wide debate and offer to donate $1,000,000 to the charity of his choice. (An offer he can't refuse.)
May 21, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul’s Best You Tube Moment

Here it is, the one Ron Paul You Tube that captures it all, Mike Huckabee’s innocence, Mitt Romney’s regret and John McCain’s cynicism. Here are all the dynamics that have made the Republican nomination process for this 2008 cycle a fascinating exercise in futility.
The cast: Of course there is Ron Paul himself, incredulous at the irrelevant, tactical conversations swirling around him when the grand strategic policies upon which those conversations are built is virtually ignored. It is as if we are all in Alice and Wonderland. He is speaking truth and no one else on the panel, including the media hosts – especially the media hosts – seem to get it.
May 21, 2008 Permalink

Anyone seen this ad in USA Today?

It was supposed to run in today's edition.USA Today Manifesto Ad
May 20, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul visits Kentucky

Ron visited Kentucky this weekend. Over 700 students and supporters crowded into the Bowling Green High School Basketball Arena. Nashville and Bowling Green television and print media covered the event. Ron's grandson, Will Paul, introduced him.
The speech at the Louisville Palace theater was electrifying. About 1400 people filled the auditorium. The NY Times and Louisville television and print media covered the event.
May 20, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul - 2000+ Book Signing Austin 5/19/08

Ron Paul was in Austin Monday 5/19/08 at the Book People store signing over 2000 copies of his new book The Revolution: A Manifesto

May 20, 2008 Permalink

Anonymous Donor Offers Turn-key Convention to Nevada State GOP

The anonymous donor has reserved the Grand Ballroom at the Grand 2008 Sierra Resort on Saturday, June 7th, for the entire day, and is offering the use of the room to the Nevada State GOP. The room has been equipped to accommodate the needs and requirements of the nearly 1,400 delegates to the State Convention. The use of this facility will be at no cost to the Party, as a result of this in-kind donation.
May 20, 2008 Permalink

From Murray Rothbard to Ron Paul

"I discovered in that one article who the real enemy is. Of course this lewrockwell put me in the right direction to find out more information. I basically found out that the only course of action was to realize I have to back Ron Paul and the Revolution of We the People. Prior to WAKING UP I remember watching Ron Paul in the primaries and laughing at him as I was a far right wing Bush supporter of many years. I am ashmed when I think of it now.
"I hope people realize that even if Ron Paul loses the Revolution doesn't stop. Ron Paul is the only politician we trust. The corruption Rabbit Hole is deep and gets deeper everyday. Since the MSM is NWO owned we realize our only avenue of information is the WWW. I have 8 Step Grandsons to protect. As I am 59 and a former Marine Communicator and Vietnam Veteran I feel my real duty has only begun.
May 20, 2008 Permalink

Maine GOP 'blackballs' Ron Paul supporters

Ron Paul is causing trouble for the Republican Party. He is still in the morning sentinalrunning for president despite a media blackout. And he will not endorse McCain, who hasn't a nickel's worth of difference from the two Democratic candidates.
Paul's positions are for a small and limited federal government. He would bring the troops home now, stop the looting of Social Security, stop our overseas spending to help reduce our debt and help veterans, children and seniors by cutting everyone's taxes.
May 20, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Interview Alex Jones May 19, 2008


May 19, 2008 Permalink

Paul allies have asked FBI to investigate Mo GOP

Political Fix just received a most intriguing e-mail, stating that “the FBI was mailed the first of many letters to come, requesting a formal investigation into the unethical and illegal practices of a faction of the Missouri Republican Party that have disenfranchised so many properly elected delegates by challenging them without basis….”
May 19, 2008 Permalink

The Electrifying Ron Paul

"On May 17th, Ron travelled to Louisville. The booksigning at Borders lewrockwellBooks was one of their largest ever. The manager said only Jimmy Carter's booksigning was larger. More than 700 books were sold to about 550 people. The line wound and wandered throughout the store and outside. See the video.
"The speech at the Louisville Palace theater was electrifying. About 1,400 people filled the auditorium. The NY Times and Louisville television and print media covered the event."
May 19, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul at Bowling Green High School Kentucky May 16th 2008

Kentucky loves Paul

Ron Paul at Bowling Green High School Kentucky May 16th 2008

May 19, 2008 Permalink

The Economy: Another Casualty of War

The bottom line is that our dollar is falling, the economy is in rough texas straight talkshape, and government spending is wildly out of control. Congress argues over relatively minor details, instead of dramatically changing our flawed foreign policy. We need to bring our troops home, not only from Iraq and Afghanistan , but from South Korea , Germany , and the other 138 countries where we have troops stationed. Our foreign policy of interventionism is not only offensive to others, inviting further terrorist attacks, but it is ruining our economy as we tax, borrow and print the money to pay the bills of our empire. The economy and ultimately the American people suffer because Washington is refusing to adopt more sensible and constitutional policies.
May 19, 2008 Permalink

How a GOP conspiracy continues to cheat Ron Paul

You would have thought I was questioning the Virgin Birth. They turned on “the green room idiot” and patronizingly explained to me how the nomination belonged to McCain now and good soldiers had to rally around the standard bearer.
“Yes, yes,” I said, “But anyone active enough to show up at a State Convention knows that too. So what is driving their activism? If they can’t win, why are they still fighting? Could they be true believers?” There was an embarrassing silence in the green room.
“Well,” cough, cough, the Senator ventured kindly, “They have tapped into a strain of libertarianism that has been underrepresented in recent years.
I had one more question for my distinguished friends. “If Ron Paul is such a fringe figure and we are the mainstream of Republican political thought, then why is his book on the New York Times bestseller list, and ours not?”
May 19, 2008 Permalink

the revolution: a manifestoRon Paul ''The Revolution: A Manifesto'' Book Signing in Austin, May 19

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Ron Paul "The Revolution: A Manifesto" Book Signing in Austin Book People 603 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin TX 78703 Monday, May 19, 7:00 PM CT

Note: Ron Paul’s latest book, “The Revolution: A Manifesto”, is number one on the New York Times bestsellers list.

May 18, 2008 Permalink

Congressman Ron Paul on THE REVOLUTION

Ron Paul on BookTV from C-Span

May 18, 2008 Permalink

Ron "Speed Racer" Paul

Americans certainly seem to love an underdog when it comes to the american chroniclemovies. They applaud and appreciate it when someone like Speed Racer beats the odds and wins. If only it could be like that in the presidential race. Here is a true to life underdog they can rally around. If only Americans would appreciate more the man of principle, integrity, honesty and honor. If only they would embrace the man who has proven himself to be the champion of the Constitution and a true advocate of smaller government. His supporters have done an excellent job of following his example, but they need support also.
May 18, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul and the New GOP

If you're an establishment Republican, you might want to sit down and nolanread this very carefully.
We who support Dr. Ron Paul are the new GOP and we're not taking over the Republican Party, we are taking it back. We are working to support smaller government, balanced budgets, individual liberty, lower taxes and minding our own business; ideas you clearly abandoned long ago.

May 18, 2008
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New York Times Bestsellers List for May 18: hardcover non-fiction

1. The Revolution by Ron Paul. (Grand Central, $21.) A libertarian manifesto from the Texas congressman and Republican presidential candidate.

May 18, 2008 Permalink

McCain’s YouTube Problem Just Became a Nightmare

Lies, Lies, Lies,...Yeah

May 18, 2008 Permalink

We Were Not Ready

We are not gods or kings or conquerors, Only men and women, like all lewrockwellmen and women. What has begun cannot be stopped. The truth, once heard, cannot be unheard.
The newborn Revolution, decentralized and protean, Shifts form, grows stronger, spreads its wings. We have played the game their way. Now, we begin to play it ours.
One day, we will be ready.
May 18, 2008 Permalink

GOP presidential hopeful speaks to Louisville rally

"Right now, the American people mistrust the government more than they ever have, but I don't think that's a bad thing," Paul said. "Some good will come of it."
The good might be a change in policy, he said.
The two issues Paul talked most about yesterday were foreign policy and economic policy. The United States should not be in Iraq, he said, and should "bring troops home from other places in the world too." Many in the audience cheered loudly and stood during his comments.
May 18, 2008 Permalink

John McCain Vs. Ron Paul

However, regardless of what the media has deemed a "Win", no one nolancan win until the national convention which happens in September. Popular votes do not determine what can happen at the national convention. If enough supporters of Ron Paul remain as fervent as they have in the past, and cut through the tape in the Republican Party to hold the seats at the convention, we may be in for a real surprise. At the convention the delegates will not only decide the nominee, but they will also decide party platforms and the direction of the Republican Party.
So will Ron Pauls supporters persist as delegates until September? Will McCain's campaign be wiped out by his possible violation of public campaign finance rules? Much is left to see as the 2008 presidential election continues forward.
May 17, 2008 Permalink

The McCain Mutiny

The McCain Mutiny
May 17, 2008 Permalink

Crisis and Revolution in the Republican Party

After all, here you have a political party that preaches the old libertarian mantra of “free enterprise, private Military-Industrialproperty, and limited government” while embracing and supporting such socialist, interventionist, and imperial programs as Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, income taxation, the drug war, paper money, the Federal Reserve, the war on immigrants, the war on poverty, torture, wars of aggression, military occupations, kidnapping and rendition, suspension of habeas corpus, and denial of due process of law, right to counsel, right to confront adverse witnesses, and right to be free from cruel and unusual punishments.
Republican voters were still hearing the standard “free enterprise, private property, limited government” mantra from all the Republican presidential candidates but for the first time, they were hearing a presidential candidate — Ron Paul — explain what the practical application of those principles actually meant, especially in foreign affairs.
May 17, 2008 Permalink

The Ron Paul Revolution And Republican Renewal

The Republican Party is in trouble because they have lost their political brand and identity. They are a party running for office only for the power that is intrinsic in getting elected. After six years in the Congressional majority, the party has shown no passion for a cause or a strong belief in a guiding political ideology. Even after the Democratic election victory of 2006 changed control of Congress, there has been no real mandate for change among Republican Congressional leadership.
In contrast, the insurgent campaign of Ron Paul is fast becoming a growing political revolution.
May 17, 2008 Permalink

THE RON PAUL MOVEMENT MUST CONTINUE

An Army that does not fight falls apart...

May 17, 2008 Permalink

McCain's Chances May Have Hit a New Nader

Paul's activists are swarming local Republican party committees and washington postconventions, quietly capturing or lining up delegates in states such as Alaska, Missouri, Minnesota, Florida, Texas and Washington.
Clearly, one sizable chunk of the Republican base -- small-government types who also oppose the Iraq war -- hasn't reconciled itself to voting for McCain. In Minneapolis, at the Republican National Convention, Paul may have a couple dozen delegates and enough street presence to spoil McCain's show.
May 17, 2008 Permalink

Is Ron Paul a Blue Meanie?

Andrew Malcolm of the LA Times political blog thinks Ron has a "mean, lewrockwell blogvicious, cruel, and uncaring" side for being the only congressman to vote no on a resolution telling Myranmar what to do, but yes on resolutions congratulating US football teams. Now, as an anarchist, I think all this is silly or evil or both, but constitutionally, the internal affairs of Myranmar are none of the congress's business, while American goings-on are.
May 17, 2008 Permalink

Selective News

Apparently your paper and/or the A.P. is like the rest of the mainstream media when it comes to mentioning Ron Paul; any publicity is a no-no. Although you may think a certain person has the nomination, if that’s your excuse, many things could change that.
The delegates for example, but then again we are keeping that secret, too.
May 17, 2008 Permalink

The Real Losers

The "on demand" part of the sideshow comes from the American public. atllantic free pressIf the republicans wanted brains at the helm rather than a Bush clone, they would have nominated Ron Paul, a candidate whose foreign policy would keep America from pre-emptive and presumptive wars.
Paul wouldn't be spending his time in Florida trying to convince voters there, as McCain has, that the democratic candidates would jeopardize Israel's security and that the US should bomb Iran.
The real losers: the American public and the Middle East.
May 16, 2008 Permalink

Hawaii GOP Delegates Should Take a Principled Position

We can no longer afford burdensome regulations and obtrusive taxes. International competition is strong and getting stronger. Soon, other countries will not only be competing for our jobs, but also for food, fuel and all other necessities. This is no time to be sitting on the side of the road in a stalled economy while other countries race by.
The choices are clear, and the differences could not be more stark, for the only remaining opponent to McCain is Ron Paul. Dr. Paul's voting record is long and consistent, and has always been for smaller government, for lower taxes and aligned with the US Constitution.
May 16, 2008 Permalink

How to Sell Liberty

Continuing your Revolution education. A precise guide to waking up the masses.

How to Sell Liberty

May 16, 2008 Permalink

Hays County Paul supporters challenge delegate selection

Some Paul supporters believe they were excluded at the county convention. Sean Bolock, a long time San Marcos Ron Paul supporter said the county convention was a “sham and a shut out for Ron Paul delegates.” Velte agrees saying that “Paul supporters were pretty much shut out from being delegates to the state convention.”
May 16, 2008 Permalink

US Military Draft Looms: Vote Ron Paul

In his new bestseller The Revolution: A Manifesto, Ron Paul warns nolan chartsAmericans that "Given the overseas ambitions of so much of our political class, a return of the draft may actually be closer than we realize."
Is THIS the last straw that would wake Americans up from their slumber? What if your loved ones (men and women) received their letters for a call of "duty" within the next year?
Dr. Paul is right. Somebody is fighting these wars. He claims this is the reason "the military draft is being spoken about more and more," going on to say that the current military is being stretched to their limits, "...we have something like a de facto draft already, what with all the extensions being imposed on our troops."
May 16, 2008 Permalink

The Ron Paul Machine Continues On...

The Revolution will live on because revolutions take time to win. This is the revolution: a manifestoamerican chroniclenot a call for armed revolution since they have proven to be obsolete in this day in age. This peaceful revolution will take place because the American people are fed up with the status quo. We are fed up with the war. We are fed up with high taxes. We are fed up with big government who spends and spends without any type of audit. We are fed up with everything Bush. Of course, there are those who still remain ignorant of all the injustice and will follow the lines because that is what sheep do.
Buy the book even if you are not a Ron Paul supporter.
Buy the book because a lot of the issues plaguing our country will be cleared.
Buy the book if you truly care about the country you live in.
Buy the book if you want to cure your ignorance.

May 16, 2008 Permalink

What's next for the Ron Paul revolution?

Ron Paul and his 1 million supporters aren't going away. And that's probably a good thing for America's future.
christian science monitorRemember Dr. Paul? He – not John McCain – was the real maverick in this year's fight for the Republican presidential nomination.
To that end, Paul's legions – often young, educated, and tech-savvy – are expanding their influence into grass-roots GOP politics. They hope to recruit Paul-like candidates for local, state, and federal offices, particularly for Congress. That's already sparked clashes at local GOP meetings.
Big media still ignores him. But his followers are determined to push the government closer to the Founding Fathers' vision.
It's a long shot. But so was the American Revolution.
May 15, 2008 Permalink

Will Ron Paul Supporters Show Up At The GOP Convention?

"I'm looking forward to it", "It's going to be a blast"

May 15, 2008 Permalink

Louisville Ron Paul Book Signing Update

Due to the expected large turnout for Dr. Paul’s signing at Borders, this daily dosewill be a ticketed event.
Numbered line tickets will be available at the cash registers at Borders Shelbyville road location as soon as the doors open Saturday morning. These line tickets will be given out with purchase of Dr. Paul’s book and will help insure that as many people as possible get through the autograph line in an orderly and timely fashion. The ticket holders will then be called up in groups of 50 to avoid having to wait in a long line.
May 15, 2008 Permalink

AUDIO: Ron Paul Interview on KTSA 550 "The Morning Edge" with Trey Ware 5-15-08

Paul discusses his book, McCain, and the campaigns future.


May 15, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul revolution sees second wind

Now the Ron Paul revolution, as his supporters call it, is experiencing a politicosecond wind. Paul took 16 percent of the vote in Pennsylvania, his best paul supportersprimary showing yet, and has surpassed 1 million votes in the GOP contest. Ron Paul Republicans have started roiling local party organizations, taking control of state conventions and running for public office, all without much coordination from their leader.
One of the Ron Paul Republicans who actually has the congressman’s endorsement is B.J. Lawson, a fellow Duke Medical School alumni running for the House of Representatives from North Carolina’s 4th Congressional District. Lawson won his May 6 congressional primary with more than 70 percent of the vote, despite his opposition to the Iraq war and criticism of the Bush administration’s free-spending ways.
May 15, 2008 Permalink

Revolutionary Ideas

Ultimately, Dr. Paul’s book is not so much about freedom but about the revolution a manifestothe new americanconsequences — what will surely come to pass if we continue to abuse our Constitution, reject free-market principles, and wage war across the globeunder the spurious banner of democracy. One way or another, the militarism, the squelching of personal liberty, the “robbing selected Peter to pay for collective Paul,” in Kipling’s unforgettable phraseology, must come to an end, as inevitably as night follows day. From our mad careen toward insolvency and national humiliation we can either withdraw voluntarily or wait until the inexorable laws of economics and history force our hand. “I know which option I prefer,” Dr. Paul says in his concluding remarks. “Ours is not a fated existence, for nowhere is our destiny etched in stone.... If freedom is what we want, it is ours for the taking.”
May 15, 2008 Permalink

Audio: Ron Paul NPR interview May 14th

Ron Paul is more candid than usual.


May 15, 2008 Permalink

Dr. Paul interview tomorrow on KTSA 550 AM

Dr. Paul will be on “The Morning Edge” with Trey Ware on KTSA 550 AM in San Antonio at 8:10 AM ET.
May 14, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul 1988

Great Classic

May 14, 2008 Permalink

You Say You Want a Revolution?

the revolution: a manifestoJohn Quincy Adams, whose wise counsel about America takigoing “not abroad in search of monsters to destroy” is naturally quoted in Ron Paul’s post-campaign manifesto, The Revolution, also provided what may, on some (distant, we may hope) day, be the epitaph on Representative Paul’s congressional career: “Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.”
Goldwater to Reagan to Paul: one generation got old, one generation got sold, and now Ron Paul has given his volunteers of America this “long-term manifesto based on ideas, and perhaps some short-term marching orders.”
May 14, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul's 'Revolution'

Paul plans to continue his campaign to the GOP convention where he will NPRtake his message of limited government and opposition to the war.
In his book, Paul says that his "revolution" is not new: "It is a peaceful continuation," he writes, "of the American Revolution and the principles of our Founding Fathers: liberty, self-government, the Constitution, and a noninterventionist foreign policy. That is what they taught us, and that is what we now defend."
May 14, 2008 Permalink

Nebraska results... 13+% for Ron Paul!! 100% reporting

I think it's amazing that Ron Paul is doing so well in such a heavily daily paulRepublican state... how can they say we're not Republicans? What's more, this is the first state where it's only Ron and John... that means the anti-McCain opposition is in full support of our guy. Plus, 13% don't like McCain and simultaneously support Dr. Paul (therefore it's possible that even more people don't like McCain).
May 14, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Hopes to Crash McCain's Party

"What's happening with Ron Paul cannot be ignored by John McCain," abcsaid Greg Mueller, a Republican consultant not affiliated with any campaign.
"You need every vote, whether it's a social conservative, a tax conservative or a national defense conservative. Like the social conservatives, if that vote had been ignored, George Bush would not have made it in 2000. … They have to be excited, energized to get other people to vote."
May 14, 2008 Permalink

Impact of Candidates Like Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul

According to the latest polls, the economy is of the most concern for transworldnewsmost Americans and inflation is at the top of the economic worries for Americans. The main stream candidates have done little to talk about inflation. But that has been at the core of Ron Paul's economic portfolio of issues.
May 14, 2008 Permalink

Ron Paul Fox Business Interview 05/13/2008

Kill the fed!

May 14, 2008 Permalink

AUDIO: Dr. Paul interview on KTRH in Houston

Dr. Paul was on his hometown news radio station this morning, KTRH in Houston, and he discussed the role he envisions for his supporters at the GOP Convention in September.


May 13, 2008 Permalink

McCain the Republicrat

Fake Conservative McCain
May 13, 2008 Permalink

Dr. Paul on C-SPAN 2, Sunday Morning

Dr. Paul will be discussing his latest book, The Revolution: A Manifesto, this Sunday, May 18th at 9:00 AM ET on C-SPAN 2’s “Book TV”.
May 13, 2008 Permalink

RON PAUL AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY

And while I am not a Ron Paul backer per se…I do agree with the premise that the Republican Party has a very deep and disturbing problem: not only are they becoming more and more indecipherable from the Democratic Party but they have effectively marginalized a huge constituency of people who believe in church and family and many of the limited government views held by Ron Paul.
May 13, 2008 Permalink