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Why the GOP Is Scared of Ron Paul and 4 Reasons He Might Still Get the 2012 Republican Nomination 1

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com By Laura Trice Why the GOP Is Scared of Ron Paul and 4 Reasons He Might Still Get the 2012 Republican Nomination Wait, isn’t Dr. Ron Paul out of the presidential race? Isn’t it all tied up nicely in a bow with the Romney/Ryan ticket? No. Why would the GOP be scared of […]


Judge Napolitano on the 2012 Election, Obamacare, and The Future of Liberty

“Those of us who really yearn for a return to first principles, the natural law, the Constitution, a government that only has powers that we have consented it may have… are frustrated by the choice between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney,” says Judge Andrew Napolitano, author of the upcoming book “Theodore and Woodrow: How Two […]


Ron Paul: A notable omission from the list of speakers at the 2012 RNC 1

Source: http://www.examiner.com By: Brian Cole The Republican National Convention, which is scheduled to last from 27 to 30 August here in Tampa Bay, is expected to draw thousands of visitors into the area. By Friday, 10 August, the Republican National Committee had released the majority of the names of the individuals which had received invitations […]


Ron Paul supporters photobomb Mitt Romney’s visit to Poland 1

Source: http://dailycaller.com By Geoffrey Malloy Mitt Romney was greeted by Polish supporters of Texas Rep. Ron Paul as his motorcade passed through Gdansk on Monday. Volunteers from the Romney campaign struggled in vain to use umbrellas to block a large Ron Paul banner from sight, Bonney Kapp of CBS News reports. The Paul supporters’ sign read, […]


Letter from Former Maine State Director for Ron Paul Campaign

Source: http://www.dailypaul.com By eBrakey Letter from Former Maine State Director for Ron Paul Campaign Dear Maine Ron Paul Community, As you may have heard today, Jan Staples—the Maine Republican National Committeewoman who was defeated for re-election at the 2012 Maine Republican Convention—is striking back. After her loss at the Maine Republican Convention last May, Jan […]