Anti Ron Paul Group Plans False Flag Attack In South CarolinaRead more »
"Can you imagine how much we're going to be curtailed in the spreading of our information if we lose the Internet?!"Read more »
Newt tries to claim he was never eligible for war, citing the fact he was a new parent of one child so he got officially deferred. Paul quickly reminds ol’ Newt that not only was Paul a parent of two, he gladly went into battle.Read more »
Pretty Amazing! Keep in mind he said these things 10 years ago. Almost as if he has Psychic Powers. Wouldn't it be excellent to have sincere President of the United States with this kind of insight.
This video is a famous Ron Paul speech from April 24, 2002 where he makes a series of predictions, and it is juxtaposed with actual news headlines from years later that confirm all of his predictions which came true.Read more »
New Paul ad hits Santorum on 'betrayal'. Nice follow-on to "Serial hypocrisy."
Obviously, It's not actually "betrayal" in the true sense of the term, because he has always been a greasy snake-in-the-grass politician and he hasn't betrayed them....Read more »
Statist article full of pants-wetting paranoia about the NH liberty movement and Ron Paul.Read more »
Reality Check: The story behind the Ron Paul newslettersRead more »
After Iowa, Republican Party finally figures out the fit has hit the shan, wants desperately not to get "Perot'd" by Ron Paul and his supporters. In fact, there are hints Republican operatives actually _understand_ Paul and his supporters as NOT "kooks." The key comment: "Paul agrees with us 85 percent of the time," said the operative, "and his supporters are earnest conservatives and libertarians who have no reason to support Obama in 2012 unless they're stepped on by our team."Read more »
Republican Presidential Candidate Ron Paul has been endorsed by an outspoken former CIA officer who once headed the Osama Bin Laden unit. Michael Scheuer pulled no punches in throwing his support behind and encouraging Iowans to vote for Rep. Paul. Scheuer was a 22-year veteran of the CIA who served as the chief of the Bin Laden unit from 1996 to 1999 and continued to work on counter-terrorism issues until he left the Agency in 2004 shortly after anonymously publishing a book entitled "Imperial Hubris: Why the West is Losing the War on Terror." He continues to write extensively about U.S.Read more »
Who do you think Newt will vote for? Does this make anyone else smile?Read more »
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