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President Ron Paul

The piece below was published this week on Foreign Policy’s website. ————————————- President Paul Ron Paul maybe a long shot in November, but he’s America’s best bet on foreign policy. BY MICHAEL SCHEUER | MAY 3, 2012 http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2012/05/03/president_paul?page=full Ron Paul’s treatment by mainstream media, other Republican hopefuls, and the punditry makes me think the W.B. […]
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Fearing the Constitution’s return, the Washington Post launches a panicky, sophomoric attack on Dr. Paul

Living in Northern Virginia a person gets use to the Washington Post’s clear preference for an all-powerful federal government that ignores the Constitution. In terms of presidential candidates, this means the Post will support candidates who cover the maintain-the-status-quo political spectrum from the Democrats’ far left to reliably liberal country-club Republicans, like George H. W. […]
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Iowa’s Choice: Dr. Paul or U.S. bankruptcy, more wars, and many more dead soldiers and Marines

Two recent experiences underlined for me what Iowans will vote for next week in the field of foreign policy if they do not vote for Dr. Ron Paul. On Christmas day, I heard Chris Wallace’s program on FOX. He had a guest — Mr. Charles Lane — who made the false and scurrilous claim that […]
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Interventionists ready a media lynching for Ron Paul

The past ten days have seen a spate of pieces on Google News damning Congressman Ron Paul for “blaming” America for the 9/11 attacks. This is just the start of what will become a wave of ever-more shrill and lie-filled attacks on Mr. Paul as long as he is seeking the Republican presidential nomination and […]
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Have Nothing To Do With Conquest

This speech was delivered at the Ron Paul Revolution March in Washington, DC, on July 12, 2008. "If there be one principle more deeply rooted in the mind of every American," Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1791, "it is that we should have nothing to do with conquest." We are here today because our bipartisan governing elite and its media apologists have turned Mr. Jefferson on his head to America’s detriment. Today’s leaders in both parties unrelentingly intervene in the affairs of other nations and regions, and, by all appearances, care not a damn about preserving America’s independence. These individuals aspire to be celebrated citizens of the world, believing that being an American citizen is a hum-drum affair best left to the rest of us who pay for their imperial aspirations and interventionist wars with our taxes and soldier-children.
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