They all laughed at Ron Paul. They all laughed when he took a stage in Minnesota, having come in a solid second place, and reminded the faithful of a "little thing called delegates!" They were serious about it.
(FOX19) - The talk of Ron Paul's racist newsletters has been all over the news for the past few weeks and seem to dominate all of the Congressman's interviews. So what about these newsletters is true and what is the rest of the media not telling you? Starting as far back as 1976, Congressman Paul published a newsletter. It has gone by several names.
In response to "What Ron Paul Thinks of America" by Dorothy Rabinowitz (op-ed, Dec. 22): Contrary to what Ms. Rabinowitz says in her commentary, Ron Paul does not say that Americans deserve to be hated and attacked.
Washington, D.C.: Today on the floor of the House of Representatives, Congressman Ron Paul introduced three bills that would restore constitutional government; end FDA censorship of health claims; and end FTC censorship of health information. HR 3396: The Congressional Responsibility and Accountability Act. This bill prohibits regulations promulgated from regulatory agencies from going into effect unless passed into law by Congress in the way in which the Constitution designates. Under Article I of the Constitution, the Congress of the United States, our elected representatives, are the ones given the exclusive power to make laws.
GREENVILLE, N.C. -- Long before he discovered Friedrich Hayek and other free-market economists, Ron Paul got a lesson in sound money from his oldest brother, Bill. It was the height of World War II, and the Paul boys were laying aside quarters from their Pittsburgh Press routes and pooling pennies earned from pulling dirty milk bottles off the line at the family dairy to buy war bonds. One day, Ronnie suggested what was, in retrospect, a rather Keynesian solution: "Why doesn't the government just PRINT this money?" "Well," Bill responded, "then the money wouldn't have any value." Bill was 10. Ron was about 7.
2012 GOP Presidential Primary candidate Ron Paul is gaining momentum and endorsements from Tea Party groups and members in Iowa. According to Ron Paul's official website, his campaign gained the endorsements of two Dubuque Tea Party co-founders, Michael Heeren and Jeff Luecke, and won the Dubuque Tea Party Straw Poll by over a 2-1 ratio against second place candidate Newt Gingrich last night. Ron Paul won the straw poll despite the fact that Newt Gingrich personally phoned into the Tea Party group's straw poll and fielded questions from attendees.