Ron Paul Super PAC Rallies All-Star Powercast Lineup 1


Source: http://www.revolutionpac.com

By Lisa

Singer/songwriter Jordan Page will perform live in studio during the February 25 Ron Paul Powercast. (Photo courtesy Gage Skidmore)

Revolution PAC, backer of U.S. Rep. Ron Paul’s bid for the Republican presidential nomination, is mustering dozens of special guests for its February 25 “Ron Paul Powercast.” Headliners confirmed to date include former CIA Bin Laden Unit Chief Michael Scheuer, “The Creature from Jekyll Island” author G. Edward Griffin, award-winning Fox News anchor Ben Swann, and New York Times bestselling author and economist Tom Woods.

The 12-hour broadcast runs from noon to midnight Saturday, February 25 in conjunction with a 24-hour, $1 million fundraiser to support the committee’s Super Tuesday ad campaign and election integrity initiatives. The public may participate by logging onto http://www.revolutionpac.com.

“Heading into the Michigan and Arizona primaries, as well as Super Tuesday, we’re looking for the Ron Paul Powercast to blow our previous viewership numbers out of the water,” notes Revolution PAC Chair Gary Franchi. “This event promises to be an outstanding booster for liberty activists and honest government advocates nationwide.”

Also on the Powercast docket include former congressional candidate John Dennis; author, activist and radio host Adam Kokesh; constitutional law attorney Dr. Edwin Vieira; New York Times bestselling author and radio host Charles Goyette; Dr. Murray Sabrin; Oath Keepers President Stewart Rhodes; Sheriff Richard Mack; author and activist Tom Mullen; New York Times bestselling author and historian Kevin Gutzman; homeopath and radio host Robert Scott Bell; former Ron Paul Political Director Penny Freeman; Free & Equal founder Christina Tobin; Freedom’s Phoenix founder Ernest Hancock; Liberty Candidates founder Gigi Bowman; America’s Future Foundation’s Richard Lorenc; Institute for Truth in Accounting founder and CEO Sheila Weinberg; radio personality Greg Bishop; former NY State Assembly candidate Danny Panzella; and singer/songwriter Jordan Page.

“We’re making calls for guests up to the date of the broadcast and expect the roster to continue to grow,” adds Franchi. “Stay tuned for more big announcements through next week.”

Revolution PAC’s groundbreaking alternative election broadcasts kicked off January 21 for the South Carolina Primary in the wake of the super committee’s call for a nationwide boycott of cable/network outlets, which have exhibited consistent reporting bias against Rep. Paul. Live broadcasts for the Florida Primary and Nevada Caucuses followed, each drawing as many as 20,000 viewers.

Revolution PAC is supporting U.S. Rep. Ron Paul’s bid for the Republican presidential nomination and his consistent, constitutional message with targeted TV advertising, direct mail campaigns, vote-watching initiatives and innovative Web promotions complemented by billboards and radio ads in key primary states. Unlimited donations by individuals, businesses and organizations are being accepted by Revolution PAC to support that effort.

 

  • http://www.freedomsphoenix.com/THE_R3VOLUTION_CONTINUES.htm?EdNo=202 Ed Vallejo

    NEWSFLASH: The FIRST Ron Paul for President MeetUp Group – The R3VOLUTION in Phoenix, Arizona, has agreed to provide a five-minute GrassRoots Presentation for the upcoming SuperPac Powercast February 25th!

    Even though we are madly scrambling to cover a Presidential Debate here on the 22nd and the Arizona Presidential Preference Primary on the 28th, we hope to offer America a peek into a ‘Leaderless Organization’ where each and every one of us takes it upon ourselves to recognize the needs and provide the means for The Grand Awakening that WE HAVE GENERATED! Were it not for the tireless efforts of ‘an irate minority, keen to set brushfires in the minds of men’ there would not be scores of College Students screaming END THE FED on Mainstream Television, Ron Paul would have faded into an obscure retirement, and we would be fighting useless wars on more fronts than we can cover – paid for with ‘funny money’ reminiscent of Zimbabwe.

    Ed in Phoenix