"The Southern Avenger" Jack Hunter interviews Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) on 1250 AM WTMA, Charleston, South Carolina, December 31, 2009. Paul discusses national healthcare, foreign policy and non-interventionism and answers Ben Stein's accusations of "anti-Semitism" stemming from an appearance on CNN's Larry King Live, Monday, Dec. 28
Noooo! Latest polls in South Carolina: Newt on top
America must be collectively hitting the 2012 election panic button as Newt Gingrich is surging once again in the polls. Are GOP voters so desperate for someone who can ‘beat Obama’ they are willing to overlook the fact they are a blatant big government progressive just to defeat him? If Newt continues to surge, apparently so.
'The South Carolina General Assembly finds and declares that the State is experiencing an economic crisis of severe magnitude caused in large part by the unconstitutional substitution of Federal Reserve Notes for silver and gold coin as legal tender in this State.
As analysis emerges and lawsuits on behalf of the Paul campaign are filed, it is becoming evident that Ron Paul was deprived of many strong showings and likely victories during the primary season, including in New Hampshire, Iowa, and South Carolina. Videos taken by Paulers at state conventions have captured anecdotal evidence of dirty dealing by GOP Romney operatives, such as in Maine. Now mathematicians have shown the existence of systematic and carefully targeted vote counting fraud.
Ron Paul may have won the CPAC straw poll, but Young Americans for Freedom doesn’t care. The conservative activist group booted Paul from its national advisory board over a disagreement on national security issues and a dispute regarding Paul’s anti-war activities, Politico reports. "It's a sad day in American history when a one-time conservative/libertarian stalwart has fallen more out of touch with America's needs for national security than our current socialist presidential regime," says the group's national director. "Rep.
File under WTF? Iowa Vaterland Security schedules an "anti-terrorism exercise" with a "fictional" militia group as boogie-man, then "someone" call in a threat, cancel the exercise, and you have...what? "justifiable cause"?... Want to bet on what happens next? Classic....