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Ron Paul delegate strategy is perfectly legitimate Thomas Mullen TAMPA, May 3, 2012 – For at least a month, the media have been ignoring compelling evidence that Ron Paul is doing much better in the Republican nomination race than he did in the primary/caucus popular votes. In their hurry to write the general election narrative, the media have forgotten to perform their primary function: to report the facts. The facts are that Ron Paul has won at least two states and will likely win more. Now that Paul’s success is impossible to ignore, the media are writing a new narrative. Ron Paul delegate strategy is perfectly legitimate
Popping the Student Loan Bubble - Craig Steiner - Townhall Finance Conservative Columnists and Financial Commentary Popping the Student Loan Bubble - Craig Steiner - Townhall Finance Conservative Columnists and Financial Commentary The term ‘ownership society’ was coined by President Bush in the early 2000’s. This surrounded policy proposals intended to increase the number of citizens that were homeowners. Helping people achieve the dream of homeownership seemed like a good and noble cause. In addition to the existing tax deduction for mortgage interest, the Federal Reserve was artificially pushing interest rates down.
By Chuck Baldwin April 26, 2012 NewsWithViews.com Anyone who has been reading my columns for any length time knows that I am a staunch supporter (and, yes, friend) of Texas Congressman Ron Paul. I have written previously on why I believe Dr. Paul is the man that should be elected President of the United States in 2012. I’ve devoted several columns to promoting Ron Paul’s Presidential candidacy. Here was my latest. Chuck Baldwin -- The Man Who Should Succeed Ron Paul Chuck Baldwin -- The Man Who Should Succeed Ron Paul
What Now? Ron Paul’s path to victory By Doug Wead Okay, Rick Santorum is out. What does it mean for the race to the GOP nomination? And what choices does the Ron Paul campaign now face? You can help us decide. What Now? Ron Paul’s path to victory
Ron Paul’s caucus strategy is authentic republicanism Thomas Mullen TAMPA, March 19, 2012—Give yourself a test. Without doing a web search or whipping out that pocket U.S. Constitution that a wild-eyed Tea Partier handed you, fill in the blank in the following sentence: The U.S. Ron Paul’s caucus strategy is authentic republicanism
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Romney gets nasty in Nevada but Ron Paul prevails Romney gets nasty in Nevada but Ron Paul prevails For Ron Paul supporters there is good news coming out of Nevada but the price paid to win these victories has been brutal. Here goes. A report from people in the trenches.
Laura Trice: 3 Reasons It's Important to Support Ron Paul to Win the Nomination and Presidency 3. Are Ron Paul's ideas crazy? Dr. Laura Trice: 3 Reasons It's Important to Support Ron Paul to Win the Nomination and Presidency
Ron Paul: Getting Serious About Rising Fuel Prices - US Business News Ron Paul: Getting Serious About Rising Fuel Prices - US Business News Our economy is wheel-based. From commercial trucks to construction equipment, passenger planes to freight rail, we depend on wheels. Today, as gas prices are spiking, the cost of keeping those wheels turning is becoming harder for families and small business owners alike. Since President Obama took office, average national gasoline prices have risen from $1.84 per gallon on Inauguration Day 2009 to about a $3.74 per gallon today.
Staggering Idiocy on Oil - Mike Shedlock - Townhall Finance Conservative Columnists and Financial Commentary - Page 2 Bernanke is hell bent on producing price inflation. He has succeeded, just not where he wants most. What Bernanke desperately wants is for housing prices to rise because that more than anything will help the banks and all the foreclosed properties they are sitting on. Staggering Idiocy on Oil - Mike Shedlock - Townhall Finance Conservative Columnists and Financial Commentary - Page 2
3 of 4 GOP candidates would add to deficits - Feb. 23 Ron Paul's economic proposals would stem deficits while those of Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich would add to the national debt, according to a new analysis. NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Newt Gingrich's economic plan would do a lot of things. But reducing the debt and balancing the federal budget aren't among them. Same goes for Rick Santorum's and Mitt Romney's economic plans. Indeed, a preliminary analysis by the independent Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget released Thursday estimates that the three candidates' plans could add between $250 billion and $7 trillion of debt over the next nine years. 3 of 4 GOP candidates would add to deficits - Feb. 23
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According to The New York Times, the American Constitution is losing popularity with people around the world. "The Constitution," writes Adam Liptak, "has seen better days ... its influence is waning." Liptak points out that in 1987, over 160 of the 170 countries on Earth had cribbed from the Constitution -- but today, few countries do. Why? Is the Constitution for Everybody - Page 1
Ron Paul Secretly Won the Caucuses 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. Paul's people believe that they understand the delegate process, and that the media does not. There is truth here: The delegate process is confusing, and I assume that Paul supporters have used their four years of organizing and studying in a fruitful manner.
Hitler was chosen as Time magazine's Man of the Year for 1938 Adolf Hitler, Time Magazines's 1938 Man of the Year On January 2, 1939, Time Magazine published its annual Man of the Year issue. For the year 1938, Time had chosen Adolf Hitler as the man who "for better or worse" (as Time founder Henry Luce expressed it) had most influenced events of the preceding year.
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National Defense Authorization Act Outrage Continues To Grow Online This is day three of living in post-NDAA America. In case you've been living under a particularly large and comfy rock, the NDAA is a radical and dangerous bill -- which Barack Hussein Obama quietly signed into law on New Year's Eve, while almost every American was preoccupied with New Year's binge drinking. (His administration had previously vowed to veto the NDAA, before strangely reversing course and signing it into law. He issued a signing statement saying his administration would not use the controversial indefinite detention provisions. This promise, however, is not legally binding -- and it also does not prevent future Presidents from detaining and torturing American citizens without the right to a trial or attorney, and without bringing formal charges against them. The signing statement is the legal equivalent of a Post-it note affixed to a manuscript.)
I am strongly pro-choice. On this conviction, I differ from the candidate whom I am supporting for president in 2012, and whom I am suggesting liberals everywhere support. Many of those liberals who most strongly disagree with the Blue Republicans -- former Obama supporters, Democrats and Independents, who support Ron Paul for president in 2012, revert to a single argument against him: that he is pro-life and this will have terrible consequences for the reproductive rights of women in the USA. Robin Koerner: When Pro-Life Is Pro-Choice
The Empire Of Liberty: Thomas Jefferson, Ron Paul And The Sacred Fire Of Freedom - Page 1