Wednesday, October 31, 2007


On the hometown turf of Clinton and Giuliani, EDWARD-ISAAC DOVERE has found a small but determined group who support the quixotic candidacy of Ron Paul.

By Edward-Isaac Dovere

Avery Knapp is a 28 year-old lanky, blond radiologist originally from Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., in the last year of his residency at Lenox Hill. He is not the guy always talking politics in high school, nor the guy long drawn to iconoclastic ideology—always a conservative, he thinks he voted for Bob Dole in 1996 and knows he picked George W. Bush in 2000 and 2004. He is a committed Republican. But he never thought to vote in a primary or care much about who did.

Knapp found Ron Paul this spring while sitting in his girlfriend’s apartment in Chicago, on a week of vacation. He was surfing the web during a study break, researching monetary policy for his father. Articles about inflation and the federal reserve led him to Give Me a Break, John Stossell’s libertarian polemic, and Freedom to Fascism, a documentary by Aaron Russo in which Paul says there is “a possibility” that the private bankers of Fort Knox could have taken control of America’s wealth.

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Paul Draws Disillusioned Republicans to Presidential Campaign

`My campaign is this: I don't want to run your lives,'' Paul told his supporters, many wearing Ron Paul Revolution t-shirts. ``I don't intend to run the economy.'' He continued, ``I don't want to run the world.''

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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Ron Paul to Jay Leno: 'I could win'

The campaign has been going so well in his view that "there's probably a risk I could win," Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul just told NBC-TV's Jay Leno.

We listened in on the audio of the "feed" that the network sends to its affiliates each evening of The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. Paul's appearance will be broadcast on NBC tonight. The show goes on the air around 11:35 p.m. ET. Read more.

Gravel banned from MSNBC debate but he is live from Philadelphia

Click here to watch "live".

Why Ron Paul Matters

Those of you who know me as a supporter of Rudy Giuliani's presidential aspirations might be surprised to see that I am praising Ron Paul. While I do not support his candidacy, I think that he is an important presence in the GOP and has pushed the party to do a lot of soul-searching in the wake of its 2006 drubbing. His strict libertarianism and great reverence for the Constitution make him one of the best defenders of limited government and individual liberty in Congress. Read more.

The people powering the Paul phenomenon

College students, old-line conservatives, anti-globalists back contender

Tom Curry /

DES MOINES, Iowa - Four college pals, John Friendly, Jeff Shipley, Brad Jahner, and Daniel Krauss, got a chance to whoop, holler and raise the roof Saturday. The four boisterous Iowan guys cheered on their hero, Republican presidential contender Ron Paul, as he addressed a rally in Des Moines.

“I think he’s probably the only candidate who can make big enough changes in our government to save us from economic breakdown,” said Friendly after hearing Paul.

Read more here.

Monday, October 29, 2007

Martin Sheen Questions Official 9/11 Story

Actor Martin Sheen questioned the collapse of the WTC twin towers as well as Building 7 and NORADs response to the 9/11 attacks during an anti-war march this past weekend in Los Angeles.

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Ron Paul's Humility

Phil Boyum writes:"Could you point out on your blog post (An LRC Twofer...) that even though - by far - Ron Paul has been the most adamant and consistent voice regarding congressional responsibility to declare war, he has the humility to allow two other congressmen [three, actually] to have their names on the bill.

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The Giuliani Bubble Could Pop By January, And Ron Paul May Be Holding The Needle

The Giuliani Bubble Could Pop By January, And Ron Paul May Be Holding The NeedleThe oft-repeated mantra of Rudy Giuliani’s Presidential campaign is “electablity” — the idea that, of all the Republican Presidential candidates, he’s the only one capable of beating the presumptive Democratic nominee in November 2008.

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Sunday, October 28, 2007

My Dream Ron Paul Commercial

People like to get involved in causes that they think other people are supporting. With that in mind, this is the Ron Paul commercial I would do. (Everything below, including Ron Paul's own "I'm Ron Paul and I approved this message" can fit into a 30-second ad.)

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2008 Presidential Election Statistics

Last updated: 2007-10-28 (Updated daily)

Ron Paul Annihilating Hillary Clinton on Google Trends

With the USA Presidential Election coming up, even through I’m from the UK I find the whole online buzz on Ron Paul pretty incredible and thought it would be interesting to stick a few of the runners in to Google trends against Ron to gauge online popularity.

Here’s the results including the mainstream media-popular Hillary Clinton, Rudolph Giuliani, Barak Obama and then the lesser known Ron Paul, who which I’m sure more Americans will hear of over the coming weeks and months.

I’m sure with his upcoming appearance on Jay Leno (over 5 million viewers) and plenty of money being put in his kitty for radio and TV advertisements the trend graph below will become even more surprising in the near future.

Read more here.

Legalize Freedom - Vote Ron Paul!


We all believe in freedom . We all believe if you will get the government out of the way that we can all be the people we want to be. Ron Paul is going to let you live your life. Ron Paul is going to let you earn your way. Ron Paul is going to allow you to be responsible for yourself! And that’s all we need.


More On HR 1955: The Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007

Excerpts from: Lee Rodgers 10/25/07

The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed HR 1955 titled the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007. This bill is one of the most blatant attacks against the Constitution yet and actually defines thought crimes as homegrown terrorism. If passed into law, it will also establish a commission and a Center of Excellence to study and defeat so called thought criminals. Unlike previous anti-terror legislation, this bill specifically targets the civilian population of the United States and uses vague language to define homegrown terrorism. Amazingly, 404 of our elected representatives from both the Democrat and Republican parties voted in favor of this bill. There is little doubt that this bill is specifically targeting the growing patriot community that is demanding the restoration of the Constitution. First let's take a look at the definitions of violent radicalization and homegrown terrorism as defined in Section 899A of the bill.

The definition of violent radicalization uses vague l anguage to define this term of promoting any belief system that the government considers to be an extremist agenda. Since the bill doesn't specifically define what an extremist belief system is, it is entirely up to the interpretation of the government. Considering how much the government has done to destroy the Constitution they could even define Ron Paul supporters as promoting an extremist belief system. Literally, the government according to this definition can define whatever they want as an extremist belief system.

Essentially they have defined violent radicalization as thought crime. This bill is completely insane. It literally allows the government to define any and all crimes including thought crime as violent radicalization and homegrown terrorism. Obviously, this legislation is unconstitutional on a number of levels and it is clear that all 404 representatives who voted in favor of this bill are traitors and should be removed from office immediately. The treason spans both political parties and it shows us all that there is no difference between them. The bill will go on to the Senate and will likely be passed and signed into the law by George W. Bush.
Considering that draconian legislation like the Patriot Act and the Military Commissions Act have already been passed, there seems little question that this one will get passed as well. This is more proof that our country has been completely sold out by a group of traitors at all levels of government.


The Bill is going to the Senate for consideration while our troops are deployed in the U.S. doing "Police Duties" expressly forbidden by the Constitution.

This could also set precedent to block internet sites.

Please call your Senators ASAP.

Click here to read the bill.

Ron Paul Revolution - Let Your Light Shine!

You can't drive more than 50 miles on a highway in Northeast Georgia without seeing a "Ron Paul Revolution" sign attached to a fence, a pole, or an overpass. Ron Paul Army shows its minions several ways to support Ron Paul, without spending a bunch of money. The Internet LOVES Ron Paul. Read more here.

Discussing Ron Paul's "groundswell," Tucker ignored his war opposition

During a discussion of the reason for Ron Paul's popularity, Tucker Carlson and his panel fail to even mention the war in Iraq.

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Ron Paul Set To Use Radio And TV Ads In Presidential Campaign Bigtime

By Joe Gandelman

If some “mainstream” Republicans in debates and on conservative websites have felt that Rep. Ron Paul is an unwelcome thorn in their side with his views that on many issues don’t skew towards the present GOP establishment, they will be displeased by the following news:

Ron Paul’s campaign is gearing up to be a notable and persistent presence on radio and TV in early primary states by boosting broadcast ads and its fund raising drive. Translate that into: if the ads boost his numbers, it’ll be harder to dismiss him as a voice, harder for him to be as marginalized by editors assigning busy reporters to a daily assignment must-do-list, and it could increase his appeal among young supporters:

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Endgam3; Blueprint for Global Enslavement

For the New World Order, a world government is just the beginning. Once in place they can engage their plan to exterminate 80% of the world's population, while enabling the "elites" to live forever with the aid of advanced technology.

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Ron Paul may quickly go from cellar dweller to Republican frontrunner

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul may quickly go from cellar dweller to Republican frontrunner after the New Hampshire primary.

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Saturday, October 27, 2007

Video: A Liberal Rethinks Ron Paul

DailyPaul wrote:

This guy made fun of Ron Paul and his supporters in a video some time back. But guess what? After doing some more thinking and research he has come around to see the bigger picture of what Ron Paul stands for. The Republic is in grave danger. The problem goes beyond the usual, false left/right dichotomy. Let's welcome him and introduce this video to our liberal friends. (He's got 2,877 YouTube subscribers!)

Hat Tip to

Please support The America Freedom Agenda Act of 2007 which Congressman Ron Paul introduced to Congress earlier this year. Click here to read the American Freedom Agenda Act of 2007.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

The Michigan Daily - Support Ron Paul

For any American who values peace and freedom, the choice for president couldn't be easier.He is, as Sen. John McCain once said, the most honest man in Washington.

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Ron Paul: The Liberal Republicans' Choice?

You've no doubt heard by now that Ron Paul placed fourth in the prestigious New Hampshire Institute of Politics poll, with 7.4%. The breakdown of the numbers reveals some startling data:

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Ron Paul on msnbc 10/24/07

Ron Paul discusses his views on foreign policy.

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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

How Ron Paul Could Win the Presidency – A Hypothetical Chronology

Maybe it’s wishful thinking. Maybe it’s a dead-on prediction that would put me on par with Nostradamus. Either way, imagining how a candidate truly committed to upholding the Constitution could become President sure is a pleasant thought.

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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

President Ron Paul?

Wrote Joseph Sobran last June 21st in The Wanderer: "Is it possible? Behold, there are signs that Ron Paul is now gaining support. All his many virtues make him a misfit in the Republican Party, which would love to be rid of him: He shames it by quietly and steadfastly practicing the principles it preaches.

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Ron Paul in Negotiations for Big Day-Time TV Appearance?

Ongoing negotiations to put GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul (R-Tex) on a major day-time TV program. Each national appearance expands his base and boosts fund-raising.

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Rockies Victory = Ron Paul Victory

Very interesting! Ron Paul Rock[ie]s!!

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Hannity disses Ron Paul victory in Fox post-debate poll

Fox News host Sean Hannity dismissed a text messaging poll from his own network after presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) scored a decisive victory among television viewers of Sunday's Republican debate.

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Sunday, October 21, 2007

Ron Paul in Nashville 10/06/2007

Just a great video of some great support down in Nashville two weeks ago.

MSNBC's TUCKER WARNS "Wait until they come for YOU!"

Ron Paul Nashville

Fox News Text Messaging Poll - Presidential Debate 10/21/07

Fox News Text Messaging Poll right now. Text R5 to 36288 to vote for Ron Paul

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Tucker Carlson, Joy (from the View) et. al with Bill Maher

Great reference to Ron Paul by Bill Maher in the beginning of this clip.

Alaska Sign Wave For Ron Paul

A group of local Ron Paul supporters do a little sign waving on the corner of New Seward Highway and Fireweed Rd. in Anchorage, Alaska - October 20, 2007

Ron Paul outpacing rivals in Internet traffic

Article about Ron Paul crushing his rivals in daily reach of campaign websites. Has a handy little comparison chart as well.

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An Israeli on Ron Paul and Israel

Israeli libertarian Boris Karpa has questions for the Republican Jewish Coalition , which excluded Ron Paul from their recent candidate's forum

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Ron Paul Freedom Fest In Atlanta (last weekend) Recap

Ron Pauligirl wrote:

Yesterday was the day-long Freedom Harvest Festival in Little Five Points, Atlanta. I got out there at about 10:30 am with my husband to help set up before the bands took the stage, as well as talk to the many curious passersby about Ron Paul. I've got some pictures above, and I don't mean to brag here, but they were taken with an ACTUAL camera -- as opposed to the built-in cellphone cameras I've been trying to make do with so far in my blog. My humble grassroots efforts just got a little less scrappier!

Click here for more - including some great pictures!

Ron Paul prophesied the Iraq war was coming back in 1997!!!

Ron Paul was talking about the Iraq war back in 1997 and telling us how to prevent it. Geeze.

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my first viral video - 1.2 million and counting

DavisFleetwood, the creator of this video wrote:

first- thank to all who watched. i am a bit flabbergasted.

amid all of the ranting in the comments on this video, i hope one thing is not lost:
students need to see this. please send all of the students you know the the video, and ask them to send it to their friends.

not just students- although this particular video is a challenge to them, but send it to everyone you know.


you may not like my style. you may not like what I have to say- but if we don't come together- WITH A LARGE CONITGENT OF YOUNG PEOPLE WITH NEW IDEAS- to oppose the aggresion being led by the great USA- then the time will come soon when we will not have the freedom to debate the way we are.

share it.


Editor's Note: Davis is missing the boat. He needs to support Ron Paul!!

Ron Paul: Momentum

Hat Tip To eLIB3RTY

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Ron Paul gets most military support while calling for Total Troop Pullout

Fox News Just Can't Understand Why America Hates Neo-Cons!

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Ron Paul Introduces American Freedom Agenda Act of 2007 (H.R. 3835)

Tell your representatives to uphold their oath of office, protect the Constitution, and cosponsor this legislation.

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The American Freedom Agenda Act of 2007 - reverse the Constitutional abuse!

This link will take you to a form that you can use to send a message to YOUR representatives to support the American Freedom Agenda Act. It was introduced a few days ago by Ron Paul. This act will essentially reverse many of the constitutional abuses made by the Bush administration over the last few years. Here's your chance - DO SOMETHING

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Ron Paul: A Jeffersonian Awakening for America

At the beginning, our continent took two paths and was led by two visions; the one, the expansive, globalist vision of Alexander Hamilton of the Empire State, who saw a strong and singular central (world) government enabling a world of capital and corporations. The second was a vision of unique states and regions and peoples, loosely connecting the the one to the other, growing over time, rich in character and each with its own identity and personality.

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Aaron Russo - Always Remember, Never Forget

I think I will always post something about Aaron ,every couple of months here on the GARKO blog.Until we have achieved the targets that he laid out for us in his film America Freedom to Fascism.You can find snippets of the film in the second video. The first is a 30 second commerical for the film.

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Friday, October 19, 2007

November 5th for Ron Paul!

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INCREDIBLE!!!!! Ron Paul on NBC Nightly News!

Ron Paul on NBC Nightly News - Friday, October 19th

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Federal Judge Paul Barbadoro recuses himself from Danny Riley's case

Paul Barbadoro recuses himself; also fails to publicly address the allegations made in Danny Riley's 10/11/07 Motion to Recuse.

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CATO’s Tanner Says Thompson Support Small Gov – What of Ron Paul?

There may be growing frustration with the Libertarian CATO Institute's stance regarding its coverage of GOP presidential contender Ron Paul (R-Tex). At least some donors are said to be upset enough to consider cutting back their support.

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Ron Paul: Our revolution is working (Oct 17th message)

Best message from Ron Paul yet. Donate!!

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Thursday, October 18, 2007

Ron Paul Spammers Needed! Historic Mass Donation Day. We CAN Do This!

Please join us this November 5th for the largest one day political donation event in history. Our goal is to bring together 100,000 people to donate $100 each, creating a one day donation total of $10,000,000. This will seal the deal! Go to and register your support. Email update each day with total number of supporters.

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The Actual Compassionate Conservative

Ron is the only Republican candidate attending the Arab-American Institute's 2007 National Leadership Conference. And he was the only top-tier candidate to attend the Morgan State University debate on African-American issues. Freedom and peace, as he notes, unite us. It is war and statism that divide.

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Ron Paul Is the Real Rock Star Candidate

Obama bombed on Leno, now it is Ron Paul's turn on Oct. 30th... tickets (normally free?) are being sold on stubhub due to massive demand.

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Anatomy of the Ron Paul Nation

Cyd Malone from writes about his recent experience with Ron Paul and his personal decision to contribute to the campaign.As one person indicated, he was "buying hope".A great thought and a great campaign donation slogan.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Ron Paul Press Conference - Q3 Fundraising

Kent Snyder and Jonathan Bydlak of the Ron Paul 2008 campaign held a press conference today at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. They report on 3rd quarter fundraising number for the Republican candidates, and show there are three candidates well-poised financially for a serious run for the GOP nomination.

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Ed Brown Gassed, Tortured In Deprivation Tank

In a disturbing audio clip, Ed Brown speaks for the first time since his arrest and relates how he was gassed by noxious fumes for three days in a detention center as well as being put in a deprivation tank for 15 hours.

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Shaun Kranish Interviews Ed Brown Today

Editor's Note: Please help us to transcribe this conversation. Post whatever you can in the comments section. And be sure to share this information with the world. Thanks.

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Ron Paul rally held on state Capitol steps

ALBANY - Almost 100 people rallied at the state Capitol in Albany Tuesday, singing the praises of a little-known Texas congressman running for president.Ron Paul's supporters say lack of coverage in the mainstream media is the main reason he is drawing single digits in most presidential preference polls. Their hope is for him to win the New York primary...

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When the Ron Paul Revolution attacks

October 16, 2007

Reaction to the Times’ profile of long-shot GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul was swift Monday. And relentless. Read more here.

CNBC learns not to mess with Ron Paul followers

CNBC Washington correspondent John Harwood asked former Representative Joe Scarborough on Tuesday to tell him what Rep. Ron Paul is really like, because he's been amazed to discover lately that "if you mess with Ron Paul on television or online, you are going to feel the wrath of some serious followers."

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GOP Shakeup: Ron Paul Announces Wednesday Press Conference on Financial Rep

Ron Paul’s campaign apparently asserting its new found position in the top tier of the GOP race is holding a press conference Wednesday.

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Ron Paul will be on Jay Leno

Ron Paul will be on Jay Leno - Tues Oct 30th!

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Ron Paul Supporters Confront Giuliani In Mobile, AL

Rudy Giuliani visited Mobile, AL on Friday Oct. 12 for a private fundraiser. We wanted to get a little closer to him so that we could ask if he had read the books on Ron Paul's reading list, namely, The 9/11 Commission Report. He ran from the question immediately. Why are you so terrified, Rudy? Why can't you just answer the question?

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Fred Thompson Facebook Leader Now Supports Ron Paul

Freedom is popular...!!

Be sure to watch this video - classic inside view of false smoke and mirror "rallies" in support of Rudy G. and Fred Thompson

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Ron Paul Revolution BIG Interstate Billboards

Ron Paul Revolutionaires from Phoenix team up with Las Vegas and Los Angeles activists for these great big, huge billboards! Awesome job guys!!

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Ron Paul Outraised McCain in primary dollars for Q3

While McCain aides sought to downplay his fiscal straits at the end of last month, the report filed last night paints an ugly picture.

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Ron Paul Is a Protest Candidate by Isaac Lopez

Ron Paul's Revolution isn't just a neat slogan. Whether the average person understands/believes it or not, there is radical change being peacefully born in our political system. The establishment is only going to be able to hide and marginalize Paul's campaign for so long.

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Monday, October 15, 2007

St. Pete Times Attacks Ron Paul

He's unimportant amd irrelevant, says the St. Petersburg Times, so that's why they ran a major hit piece, complete with the obligatory "Angry Ron" photo. Personal note: while injustices (i.e. aggressive wars and Fed rip-offs) upset him, as they should, Ron Paul is one of the most even-tempered and unflappable men I know....

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Ron Paul Captures the Power of the "Blogosphere"

Ron Paul seems to have struck a nerve in the vast blogosphere where he has gotten two thirds of his contributions from. His strict constitutionalist stand, after the savagery that the Bush Administration subjected the Constitution to, seems to have endeared him to Independents, Republicans and even Democrats...

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Ron Paul versus the Central Planners - great article!

Last week, CNBC hosted another GOP presidential debate, and once again Rep. Ron Paul was dissed by the questioners who gave him the least amount of time in the two hour Q&A session. Nonetheless, Rep. Paul’s responses were outstanding. All seven minutes of his responses can be viewed here.

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Ron Paul at the New York City MeetUp HQ

Pretty intense rally, even for a RP group.

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We The People Take On MSNBC In Support Of Ron Paul

Free Market News Network wrote an excellent piece this morning entitled "Ron Paul Attacks Multiply as Success Builds (2)" in which they wrote:

The MSNBC article is entitled "ROMNEY LOSES NV STRAW POLL" rather than "Ron Paul Wins NV Straw Poll" and as one FMNN feedbacker put its, "the comments [from Ron Paul supporters] are priceless."

Just two examples:

Nathan, New York, NY wrote:

I'm sorry but why was the winner of this poll only mentioned once while the loser, Romney, is in every paragraph?

Robert Werden, Liberty Hill TX wrote:

Nevada is a major win for Mr. Ron Paul. The growth rate of support seems to double each month for him. From my point of view he is the GOP front runner.
1. He wins every single debate poll,
2. he has won 16 out of 34 straw polls, coming in 2nd or 3rd in a total of 28 straw polls. Margins of win average 2-3 times the runner up.
3. He dominates all online polls by an average of 75% (which just happens to equal the percent of people against the war

The scientific polls can not be used to gauge his performance because they dont mention his name as an option.
Ron Paul will win NH primary for sure. The other states will follow.
Ron Paul has a secret weapon as well. Every single supporter will be a primary voter, while the other candidates supporters all say they will vote for their candidate if they make it to the general election.

ODDS on Ron Paul are now 4-1.

Read more here.

Support for Ron Paul should offer lesson to GOP leaders

October 15, 2007

Oregon Republicans got a wake-up call when their straw poll at the Portland World Trade Center was transformed into a Ron Paul rally, and his supporters crushed the opposition in the poll.

About 100 Paul supporters brought signs and banners, waved at traffic and pedestrians for blocks around the center, handed out literature and ended up putting Ron Paul in the winner's seat with 67 percent of the vote. Other candidates couldn't generate enough enthusiasm to get anyone at all to come out with any visible support.

Instead of ignoring or opposing Paul's efforts as they have done to date, the Republican Party leadership should be asking themselves what it is about this man that brings so many people out of their comfortable homes and hobbies to volunteer to campaign for him when other politicians are looked upon as something nasty that got on their shoe.

Here's a little hint for them: Ron Paul is today's Thomas Jefferson.

-- Denny Jackson, Independence

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Ron Paul's electability - by ILANA MERCER

Finally, a columnist comes out in support of Ron Paul. Ilana compares Paul to Mike Huckabee. Ron Paul is for strong borders and immigration control, getting out of Iraq, and defending America. Ron Paul is the only one of the 10 Republican pretenders, I mean contenders, that want to get us out of the Middle East and Iraq.

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Despite Showing Up in Person Mitt Romney loses NV Straw Poll to Ron Paul

Ron Paul won the GOP presidential straw poll conducted by organizers at the Conservative Leadership Conference held at the Nugget Casino this weekend “by a large margin,” according to an organizer. Mitt Romney Shows Up In Person and Comes in 4th overall.

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Ed Vieira Jr. Live On RBN 10/15/07 2-4 PM CDT

Monday, October 15, 2007 Tim Wingate will be guest hosting on Michael Herzog’s Show the American Awakening on Republic Broadcasting Network. His guest will be Dr. Edwin Vieira Jr. the author of Constitutional “Homeland Security.” Edwin Vieira, Jr., holds four degrees from Harvard: A.B. (Harvard College), A.M. and Ph.D. (Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences), and J.D. (Harvard Law School).

For more than thirty years he has practiced law, with emphasis on constitutional issues. In the Supreme Court of the United States he successfully argued or briefed the cases leading to the landmark decisions Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, Chicago Teachers Union v. Hudson, and Communications Workers of America v. Beck, which established constitutional and statutory limitations on the uses to which labor unions, in both the private and the public sectors, may apply fees extracted from nonunion workers as a condition of their employment.

He has written numerous monographs and articles in scholarly journals, and lectured throughout the county. His most recent work on money and banking is the two-volume Pieces of Eight: The Monetary Powers and Disabilities of the United States Constitution (2002), the most comprehensive study in existence of American monetary law and history viewed from a constitutional perspective.

He is also the co-author (under a nom de plume) of the political novel CRA$HMAKER: A Federal Affaire (2000), a not-so-fictional story of an engineered crash of the Federal Reserve System, and the political upheaval it causes.

His latest book is: "How To Dethrone the Imperial Judiciary" ... and Constitutional "Homeland Security," Volume One, The Nation in Arms...

The Socialist Case for Ron Paul

Posted by Lew Rockwell at October 14, 2007 05:54 PMNow I knew that Ron had a huge and diverse coalition, but I didn't realize quite how diverse until Jeiel Schalkwijk of the Christian Socialist Party in the Netherlands sent me his article.

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Ron Paul Graphs
This is an awesome day to day graphical compilation of the Ron Paul campaign's online fund raising efforts.

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Hat tip Patrick Ruffini.

'God' makes return to Capitol flag documents

By The Associated Press

WASHINGTON — A 17-year-old Eagle Scout from Ohio who wanted to honor his grandfather's "love of God, country and family" with a flag flown over the U.S. Capitol has helped remove a ban on the word "God" in certificates that accompany these flags.

The acting Architect of the Capitol, Stephen Ayers, said on Oct. 11 that he was revising guidelines on Capitol flag certificates because it was "beyond the scope of this agency's responsibilities to censor messages from members of Congress."Read more here.

Editor's Note: This news is another confirmation of something really BIG happening on October 11th - see our previous post about Illinois lawmakers voting - on the same day, 10/11 - to institute a period of silence in public school classrooms.

Ron Paul Wins Debate In Another Landslide

Ron Paul won another debate by a landslide this week despite efforts on the part of the mainstream media to limit the Congressman's exposure and to force Rudy Giuliani down the necks of viewers.

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Ron Paul Draws Crowds in Rudy Giuliani’s Back Yard

Ron Paul while being interviewed Saturday by CNN drew a crowd of about 300 supporters on the streets of New York outside the Grand Hyatt on 42nd Street. Paul was in the hotel restaurant being interviewed as supporters chanted outside.

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Hello Darkness My Old Friend.....

Ill. legislators override veto, require moment of silence in schools

By The Associated Press

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Illinois students will be required to observe a moment of silence at the beginning of every school day under a new law that state legislators approved yesterday. Read more here.

This great news from the Land Of Lincoln came on the same day, 10/11, that we posted the message of this new incredible video about Ron Paul which featured Simon and Garfunkel's famous song, "The Sounds of Silence", which begins at 5:20 min in the video below:

From Wikipedia: "The Sounds of Silence" is the song that propelled the 1960s folk music duo Simon and Garfunkel to popularity. It was written by Paul Simon in the aftermath of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Simon conceived of the song as a way of capturing the emotional trauma felt by many Americans left by the sudden death of a vigorous and visionary leader.

Editor's Note: Please continue to pray for the protection of the Divine Providence for Ron Paul, America and We The People.

Ed Griffin: "The only candidate who can win for America is Ron Paul"

Ron Paul Addresses the rEVOLution at USC Campaign Rally - Sep 2007

Ron Paul On The News Hour (PBS) 10/12/07

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Part Two:

David from Texas wrote:

Wonderful interview!

Finally, somebody has asked the questions that I have wanted to ask Ron Paul for a long time. After watching that interview, I am more convinced that Ron Paul is the by far the best candidate running for President.

I particularly liked the way that Ron Paul answered the questions about Medicare and welfare programs here at home. Ron Paul knows where the priorities are, he is sensitive to the repercussions of cutting programs, and knows which ones should be cut first, and how fast each one should be cut. It seems that he will do it in the best way possible. He is very Reaganesque, and I suppose that he will work hard to do what Reagan had said that he would try to do and failed.

I also particularly liked his answer to why he decided to forego his congressional pension. This man is a person of strong character and principle. How fortunate we are to have this man running for President at this crucial point in American history.

Go Ron Paul!

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Hat Tip to The Liberty Papers blog.

PBS documentary supports Ron Paul's talk of blowback from US foreign policy

Was Ron Paul right? Was the 1979 Iran hostage crisis at an American mission in Tehran a result of blowback from the 1953 CIA-organised overthrow of the democratically elected leader of Iran? This excellent PBS documentary relives the historical events of that time.

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Ron Paul IS New Hampshire; and Northern NH Should Secede

New Hampshire is Ron Paul. You see it everywhere – on oversized signs in Warren, Woodsville and Lisbon, in the local papers and at state fairs. He has taken the imagination of the Live Free or Die state and more than anyone in today’s Presidential race he represents the instincts, ethic and the mythic tradition of independence...

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More WaPo Disinfo On Ron Paul

Reading this weekend's Washington Post piece on Blackwater founder Erik Prince, I came across a paragraph that perplexed me: "Prince was a White House intern under President George H.W. Bush. His political donations over the past two decades total almost $263,000 to Pat Buchanan, Oliver North, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.) and former senator Rick S

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Ron Paul Treated Unfairly at the CNBC Debate - Proof From the Transcript

Whether you're for or against Ron Paul, or whether you've never heard of him...the proof is in the pudding.

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Ron Paul and The Law Of Attraction

Ron Paul Stings Hillary Clinton on Iraq War, Warns of Draft

Sounding like a candidate that can win his party’s nomination, Paul said, “She voted for the war now she says she can’t get the troops out until 2013 and she won’t rule out a military first strike against Iran.”

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Hat Tip to pleiadianagenda who, after reading the above article wrote:

The law of attraction works. People who stand up for freedom, integrity, and the constitution will attract gentlemen like Ron Paul. People who want to be controlled, lied to, and live in fear will attract the Bushes, Guliani's, Clintons, etc.

Sadly, some people want to be controlled and not think for themselves. I see it every single day. It's no wonder corruption runs rampant when so many sit back and do nothing.

Ron Paul and "I Am The King"

Danya, a volunteer supporting Ron Paul with the Greater Chicago Meetup Group #94 took these pictures yesterday during the "All America Walk in Support of Ron Paul's Message of Freedom". She and her camera have a perfect way with numbers as follows:

Ron Paul was born on August 20th. Our Lord was born on August 11th. In non leap years such as 2007, these two dates are always separated by Leo (356) days. Leo is the sign of the Divine Birthmonth of August whose ruling planet is the sun and which corresponds to the human heart. The phrase "The King" corresponds, mathematically to 3242 as follows:

The (285) King (2957) = 3242

And when you add 23 to 3242 you get 3265 which is the number of Danya's second photo. What does 23 correspond to? 23 is a prime number that corresponds to I (9) Am (14) = 23 prime which was/is the Lord's original name and title given to Moses on Mt. Sinai - ie. "I Am...the Lord thy God" Exodus 20:2.

So 3265 adds up to "I Am The King" as follows:

I (9) Am (14) The (285) King (2957) = 3265

During the Northwestern University's homecoming parade on Friday night there was a great float playing "The Lion Sleeps Tonight." Very much in line with the energy we all experienced yesterday - and NU beat Minnesota yesterday in double overtime by one (1) point!

Thanks again Danya for the great pictures!

God Bless "The Crazy Ones..."

Hat Tip to Matt Davies over at Brits4RonPaul who wrote:

Tomorrows great oak is today's nut that held their ground! Of course freedom isn't nuts, but that's what the MSM will tell you, as their paymasters demand!

The only thing crazy in my mind, is to back the same old evil that is putting this world in a state of fear.

Ron Paul wins Conservative Leadership Conference Straw Poll

Despite not appearing at the conference, Paul won convincingly with 33% of the vote. Mitt Romney, who addressed the conference in a town hall meeting and during a general session, finished second with 16%.

read more | digg storyAfter hearing this news, Brits4RonPaul wrote:

That's right. Paul can't be at every event, he is just one man, but he still handed Rudy McRomney's arse to him on a plate! Romney even put some effort into this one and still came off second. It doesn't matter how much of his own money he throws at it, the power of REAL support is beginning to shine through.

Of course you won't hear any of this news on the BBC or Fox, but then what do you expect from two thoroughly discredited "news" organisations.

Indeed, after our meetup group event the other day, people in England are beginning to ask :

What is the point of the BBC?

Ron Paul w/ CNN's Jim Acosta NYC 10-13-07

Ron Paul Wins Alabama Straw Poll [in Birmingham] By Landslide!

Ron Paul won the Jefferson County Republican Party's presidential straw poll Saturday at the Birmingham Zoo, with supporters casting more than half of the votes collected. Paul, a Republican congressman from Texas, took about 57 percent of the vote with 115 ballots. Click here to read the Birmingham News

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Saturday, October 13, 2007

VIDEO Huge Ron Paul Rally of Marchers in NEW York City

Chanting and Marching "Not Just the Internet"

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Ron Paul Grand Central Station NYC (10-13-07)


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Carl Cameron Interviews Ron Paul

This video was just released recently on the net:

Hat Tip to the DeafRonPaulBlog.

Ron Paul Tzu

Dr. Ron Paul of Texas is our American sage. He merits the honorific tzu, meaning "master," given to the great thinkers of Chinese antiquity: K'ung Fu Tzu (Confucius), Meng Tzu (Mencius), Lao Tzu, Chuang Tzu, Sun Tzu and others. Ron Paul Tzu is both a Confucian gentleman and a Taoist sage.

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Where's The Beef?

Ron Paul on CNBC Post-Debate (Kudlow, 10/09/07)

Chris Matthews Admits To Being Bought

Ron Paul on Hardball w/ Chris Matthews (10/09/07):

Chris Matthews (start viewing at 3:45 min):

"A lot of people think like you. I dare not say I am one of them."

Hat Tip to danconia3873.

Ron Paul vs. Mitt Romney In Michigan

Crowd of 2000 Univerity Of Michigan Students Show Up To Support Dr. Paul!!

Hat Tip to acongagua who wrote:

"This is a unique vantage point of the first few opening remarks of Dr. Paul's speech at the post CNBC debate rally at the University of Michigan, Dr. Paul was not expecting the large reception he got, and the look on his face was pricless. Thanks to the Washtenaw group, the university, and the STUDENTS---GO BLUE!!---"

A Ron Paul Supporter's Open Reply to Mr. Wastler's Open Letter to the Ron Paul Faithful

It doesn’t surprise me at all that your poll shows so many in favor of Ron Paul, and it has nothing to do with hacking, spamming, or targeting. It has to do with people being fed up.

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Verifiable Support for Dr. Ron Paul

To: U.S. political news media This petition seeks to demonstrate that online support for U.S. Republican Presidential candidate Dr. Ron Paul is genuine, composed of many thousands of active and enthusiastic individuals, and not merely an illusion created by a smaller group manipulating insecure online polls.

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Ron Paul Wins Oregon Straw Poll

Writes Scott Sutton: "Here are the results from today's straw poll in Portland -- yet another landslide victory for Dr. Paul.Ron Paul 77 votes, 67%Mitt Romney 18 votes, 16%Fred Thompson 12 votes, 10%Mike Huckabee 5 votes, 4%Rudy Giuliani 2 votes, 2%John McCain 1 vote, 1%

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Smear Campaign Against Ron Paul Goes Into Overdrive

The smear campaign against Presidential candidate Ron Paul has hit an all time high with the corporate media today ludicrously declaring that the Congressman's immense worldwide popularity is all a huge con emanating from Dr Paul's own office.

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Friday, October 12, 2007

Ron Paul moves up in National Journal Rankings

And they didn't even insult us much this time!

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Ron Paul Supporters Prove CNBC's Ratings Stink

After the most recent Republican Party debate on CNBC, the network ran a post-debate poll, which was promptly removed after too many Ron Paul supporters voted. Yes, you read that right.

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Thursday, October 11, 2007

The Dam Is Breaking: The Freedom Message Is Spreading Everywhere!! Yikes!!

Dennis Berlin over at couldn't contain himself when he wrote:

Glenn Beck the Libertarian, Ann Coulter the Paulite???

I am flabbergasted. I just got done watching Glenn Beck do a segment on his CNN Headline News show, which he called "The Ron Paul Effect"! In this surprise segment, Beck actually praised many of Ron Paul's positions, pointing out how attractive these positions ARE to him, and to others harboring a libertarian mindset! Who would have KNOWN???


In the same evening of flipping through news channels, I also watched Bill O'Reilly flailing about without even his USUAL fake persona of see-through plastic dignity, because he seems to be feeling the strong reverberations of a loud and growing cry throughout America, for a return to civil liberties--a call for us to swear off all torture, to stop invading privacy without credible and constitutional judicial warrants, to return to our American principles as outlined in the Bill of Rights! In Bill's flustered state, he told a blatant lie on the air, tonight, when he asserted that all the people reporting that our government is committing these constitutional violations, are ALL JUST MAKING IT UP, and that they are spreading phony propaganda! Wow! Is Bill delusional???


O'Reilly's ire, believe it or not, is a GOOD sign for Ron Paul's essential message! The message of liberty is penetrating to such a depth, now, that it has flustered Bill into a rare resort to rank propaganda, which is only one step down from his more common, more misleading and more dangerous form: sinister propaganda.


I saw yet ONE MORE GOOD SIGN tonight, coming from the ultimate of Neocon heros, speaking on the ultimate of Neocon media outlets, to the ultimate poster child of the Neocon movement! I saw none other than Ann Coulter, herself, visibly disturbed, complaining vehemently to Sean Hannity, that she didn't know if she could BEAR, having to defend the likes of Rudy Giuliani for the next year and a half! She let out something of a small tirade against the multitudinous NON-conservative positions held by all of the leading Republican candidates, while Sean tried his best to calm her conservative core from having a libertarian meltdown! Because, with the exception of the war, that is where her comments seemed to be tending! It seemed like all of the positions she found WANTING in the leading candidates, were the VERY POSITIONS Ron Paul is championing! From gun rights, to taxes, to abortion, she sounded for all the world, like a Ron Paul protest vote in the making!

Read more here.

Ron Paul: A New Hope

Hat Tip to Casey Lee Cobb who declared (and we agree):

The Best Ron Paul Video That I’ve Seen So Far!

1000 Independent Groups for Ron Paul

There are now over 1000 independent groups of people around the country and around the world who have formed for the sake of supporting Ron Paul. These groups consist of 53,448 people in 793 different cities in 22 countries, and the numbers are growing fast.

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Paul campaign fueled by Web cash and savvy

USA Today news article on the Ron Paul grassroots phenomenon on the Internet

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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Anti-War Group Releases Ad Hailing Ron Paul

October 10, 2007 12:31 AM

Americans Against Escalation In Iraq, the major umbrella group organizing activism against the Iraq war, is pushing out an ad later today blasting the GOP '08 frontrunners for their claims about Iraq during yesterday's CNBC debate, and praising Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) as "the only GOP candidate who gets it on Iraq." Take a look:Please visit and support this initiative over at

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Free Speech On Trial In Dupage County Illinois

DuPage's States Attorney Assaults Free Speech

Here's The Original Article On This Case

Peaceful Protest Nixed in West Suburbs

By Sergio Barreto - 6/22/07; updated 6/29/07

On May 6, Jeff Zurawski ripped up three large cardboard boxes and taped them together to make a 12-foot banner saying "IMPEACH Bush and Cheney — LIARS."

He and a friend, Sarah Hartfield, then headed to a pedestrian bridge over the Illinois North-South Tollway (I-355) in an unincorporated area of DuPage County. They placed the banner, along with an upside-down American flag, inside the bridge's fencing.

Read more here.

Editor's Note: Please support Jeff and Sarah and the 1st Amendment by attending the trial - October 15th, 9:30 am, 505 N. County Farm Road, Room 4007. It is expected to last 2-4 days. And be sure to visit Free Speech On Trail In Dupage County Illinois for more updates.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Ron Paul Freedom Principles

Rescue-US - THE first blog to officially support Ron Paul - wrote:

Ron Paul Freedom Principles

* Rights belong to individuals, not groups.
* Property should be owned by people, not government.
* All voluntary associations should be permissible -- economic and social.
* The government's monetary role is to maintain the integrity of the monetary unit, not participate in fraud.
* Government exists to protect liberty, not to redistribute wealth or to grant special privileges.
* The lives and actions of people are their own responsibility, not the government's.

Read more here.

Who Won The GOP Debate? Ron Paul, Of Course!!

Ron Paul: Another Runaway Winner!

Click here to cast your vote!

Ron Paul (R) Leads All Contenders on Second Life

The digital-virtual world is mirroring the real world.

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Reason Magazine - Hit & Run > Ron Paul Rising (and Winning the Black Vote)

Paul wins the biggest chunk of the black vote, 22.2 percent, topping Mitt Romney's 18.5 percent. One problem: There aren't very many black New Hampshire Republicans. Only 27 were sampled in this poll, and Paul won six of them. Hey, he gets bragging rights

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Ron Paul Dominating Other Candidates on YouTube

Ron Paul’s YouTube channel topped 30,000 subscribers on October 7th. YouTube is the most popular internet video website. By contrast Barak Obama has 11,000 subscribers and Mitt Romney has only 3,000 subscribers to his YouTube Channel.

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Democrats For Ron Paul?

08 Oct 2007 08:40 pm

A reader writes:

"An angle of the Ron Paul story that is missed in most reports is the party affiliation of those who are contributing. I am a registered Democrat. I am making my only substantial contributions during the primaries to Ron Paul. Why? He is the only candidate on either side who is truly addressing my concerns about our current lack of fiscal responsibility, our overly interventionist foreign policy, and the executive branch's utter lack of respect for the Constitution.

"It is well worth a few hundred dollars of my money to help him stay in the debates to present substantive arguments on the most important issues we face as a country. It is my sincere hope that at least a few percent of Republicans hear his message and insist upon a serious candidate, not just the candidate who presents himself as the biggest bully." Read more.

Ron Paul is Not a “Marginal” Candidate

Ron Paul cannot be a “marginal” candidate, since if he was, no one would pay attention to him. Just look at the following video, to see how much the media talks about Ron Paul. They get him wrong a lot of the time, but they are still talking about him.

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Re: Ron Paul Debate in Michigan

Lew, we're all geared up here in Detroit for the debate tomorrow. There should be a ton of Paul supporters at the Ford Center.

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Ron’s Revolution: Could Dr. Paul really surprise us all?

October 9, 2007 6:00 AM

By Dave Kopel

This weekend, I attended and spoke at the Second Amendment Foundation’s annual Gun Rights Policy Conference, which was held at a convention center in northern Kentucky, a few miles away from Cincinnati. What I saw and heard there changed my mind about the viability of Ron Paul’s presidential candidacy; Paul is going to far outperform the expectations laid out for him.


Like the Ronald Reagan message (and unlike the Pat Buchanan message), the Ron Paul message is fundamentally positive. There may be some anger about the depredations of huge and aggressive government, but the campaign’s theme is “Hope for America” and its premise is that the American people are good people who can achieve the best for themselves, their families, their community, and their nation when the federal government gets out of the way and stops behaving like a helicopter mother.

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Monday, October 8, 2007

U.S. Marshals Failure to Protect Federal Judges

On Wednesday, the Department of Justice Inspector General reported that the U.S. Marshals Office of Protective Intelligence was failing in its mission to protect federal judges and other court officials. On Friday, some of those same marshals vividly demonstrated their failure by interrogating people who have never threatened violence to anyone.

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TOPOFF 4 and Vigilant Shield 08: a view from the "feverish fringe"

By Warren Pease
Online Journal Contributing Writer

Oct 8, 2007, 01:02

"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we." --George W. Bush, Aug. 5, 2004, in a rare moment of unscripted candor.

Mass media is fond of creating labels and lumping people of certain philosophical or political persuasions into groups of designated societal misfits, all carrying some pejorative nickname intended to clearly define the borders between "them" and "us."

This helps the citizenry distinguish between the members of certain marginalized -- and therefore untrustworthy -- groups who take a somewhat jaundiced view of the actions and motivations of authoritarian institutions, and the great American mainstream that can always be counted upon to internalize and recite the most preposterous nonsense as long as it carries the official stamp of institutional authority and mass media approval.

A recent case in point: a group based in Portland called the Oregon Truth Alliance aired their concerns and objections regarding a series of upcoming anti-terrorism/national security drills scheduled to take place in their city this month. They were rewarded for their efforts in an October 2 editorial in The Oregonian, the local daily, that snickered:

It's hard to know what's scarier: the idea of responding to a terrorist attack in Portland or the idea that the government is using a drill as a pretext to seize power, declare martial law and, possibly, attack Iran. The average Portlander doesn't give much thought to either notion, but a feverish fringe sees a disaster drill as evidence of a future police state . . . Read more.