On August 24-26th, the weekend before the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, supporters of Ron Paul have organized the P.A.U.L. Festival (People Awakening and Uniting for Liberty) to celebrate and honor Paul's campaign, legacy, and libertarian message.
The event will feature speeches from many heavyweights in the libertarian movement, like Thomas Woods, Lew Rockwell, Scott Horton, Walter Block, Adam Kokesh, Peter Schiff, Gary Johnson, and many more. There will also be beer and entertainment, including music from libertarian bands and those who support Paul's message.
Great video about why the Ron Paul is shaping the future: Ron Paul conceding he won’t be president and Rand Paul supporting the presumptive GOP nominee are but trivial anecdotes to the obvious and ongoing success of the most transformative political movement of our time: The rEVOLution. I’m more excited right now about our political future than at any other time in my life. Still, some people aren’t connecting all the dots. Please watch, contemplate and share. This movement moves forward. To Tampa and beyond:
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.
National political icon and conservative leader Sarah Palin has endorsed Dr. Rand Paul in his bid for United States Senate from Kentucky. The Paul campaign has received a generous donation from Governor Palin’s PAC. (Not sure what to think about this.)
What’s overlooked in the coverage, and frankly quite strange, is that Ron Paul is not claiming the right to the domains based on his name. The complaint builds it’s legal argument based on the fact that “Ron Paul is the owner of the RON PAUL U.S. trademark.” When I see distinctions being made between names and the same name in all capital letters I suspect the Sovereign Citizen movement is lurking around.
Over the years Ron Paul has been the one Republican in Congress who more often then not has spoken libertarian common sense on a whole range of issues, from the war on drugs to deficit spending. In the last week Ron Paul has been speaking libertarian common sense on the issue of the 9/11 mosque.