Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Fox News caught red-handed suppressing coverage of Ron Paul

This proves they are devoid of any character or integrity.

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Pat Buchanan's website openly endorses Ron Paul

In a huge positive development, Linda Muller, the lady who ran Pat Buchanan's website through two presidential campaigns, and is currently running the buchanan.org website, has posted the "Ron Paul: A New Hope" video on the Pat Buchanan website. This is an open and strong endorsement for Ron Paul for president.

Confessions of an Economic Hitman

This is the most enlightening video I've ever seen. An insider of insiders, John Perkins, reveals the inner workings of the military industrial complex. If this doesn't make you support the Ron Paul phenomenon, nothing will.

-October 29th addendum-

part 2:

Ron Paul Matrix

Ron Paul's face pasted over Neo's in scenes from the Matrix

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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Ron Paul "has undone a century's worth of work in less than six months."

This article discusses how the Ron Paul phenomenon has brought to light issues that have been actively suppressed for a century in public discourse. I think the most important issue that the Ron Paul campaign has brought to the public's attention is monetary policy, which affects everything in the world, but by design, has not been a campaign issue for nearly a 100 years.

Excerpt: "Much of the efforts of the 20th century by the political and monetary elite were apparently intended to crush this culture. Public schools, gun control, even the establishment of the Federal Reserve...Now comes Ron Paul with a campaign that has undone a century's worth of work in less than six months."

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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Ron Paul likes Fox audience

This is absolutely hilarious. Discussing his overwhelming Fox text poll victory in the after debate discussion with Hannity and Colmes, Ron Paul exclaims "I like this (the Fox News) audience". Towards the end of the discussion, talking to Hannity, he adds "this is a great audience! This Fox Network is just Great".

The Ron Paul Revolution

Great visual on the support of the presidential candidates. This visual more than anything shows that this is a revolution.

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Ron Paul: Last Chance (Treg)

Inspirational New Video

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Ron Paul : Snowball Effect

World-wide Unity Becoming Reality

Friday, October 19, 2007

Ron Paul's article on the Virginia tech tragedy

From the Ron Paul campaign website:

April 23, 2007

The senseless and horrific killings last week on the campus of Virginia Tech University reinforced an uneasy feeling many Americans experienced after September 11th: namely, that government cannot protect us. No matter how many laws we pass, no matter how many police or federal agents we put on the streets, a determined individual or group still can cause great harm. Perhaps the only good that can come from these terrible killings is a reinforced understanding that we as individuals are responsible for our safety and the safety of our families.

Although Virginia does allow individuals to carry concealed weapons if they first obtain a permit, college campuses within the state are specifically exempted. Virginia Tech, like all Virginia colleges, is therefore a gun-free zone, at least for private individuals. And as we witnessed, it didn’t matter how many guns the police had. Only private individuals on the scene could have prevented or lessened this tragedy. Prohibiting guns on campus made the Virginia Tech students less safe, not more.

The Virginia Tech tragedy may not lead directly to more gun control, but I fear it will lead to more people control. Thanks to our media and many government officials, Americans have become conditioned to view the state as our protector and the solution to every problem. Whenever something terrible happens, especially when it becomes a national news story, people reflexively demand that government do something. This impulse almost always leads to bad laws and the loss of liberty. It is completely at odds with the best American traditions of self-reliance and rugged individualism.

Do we really want to live in a world of police checkpoints, surveillance cameras, and metal detectors? Do we really believe government can provide total security? Do we want to involuntarily commit every disaffected, disturbed, or alienated person who fantasizes about violence? Or can we accept that liberty is more important than the illusion of state-provided security?

I fear that Congress will use this terrible event to push for more government mandated mental health programs. The therapeutic nanny state only encourages individuals to view themselves as victims, and reject personal responsibility for their actions. Certainly there are legitimate organic mental illnesses, but it is the role of doctors and families, not the government, to diagnose and treat such illnesses.

Freedom is not defined by safety. Freedom is defined by the ability of citizens to live without government interference. Government cannot create a world without risks, nor would we really wish to live in such a fictional place. Only a totalitarian society would even claim absolute safety as a worthy ideal, because it would require total state control over its citizens’ lives. Liberty has meaning only if we still believe in it when terrible things happen and a false government security blanket beckons.

Ron Paul Cartoon

A spiffy new animated campaign ad for the revolution!

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Ron Paul beats Clinton in Kansas!

Via a Reason magazine article, I found this poll that shows Ron Paul beating Hillary Clinton in Kansas!

Kansas poll

Cyberwar: China Declares War On Western Search Sites

The Chinese Government is clearly using its censorship regime to the economic benefit of a Chinese owned (but NASDAQ listed) company. Although the United States Government is a poor WTO member (Antigua anyone) given that China is a recent member the US Government should lodge a complaint with the WTO. China expects free and open access to Western nations but is now not only blocking, but also redirecting domestic traffic away from Western internet sites that compete with local firms.

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Thursday, October 18, 2007

Ron Paul opposes medal to Dalai Lama

Congress authorized $30,000 to be spend to mint a congressional medal to honor the Dalai Lama, and Ron Paul stood up alone in Congress to oppose this. Here is his speech to the House of Representatives:

Mr. PAUL: Mr. Speaker, with great sadness I must rise to oppose this measure granting a congressional gold medal to the 14th Dalai Lama. While I greatly admire and respect His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and fully recognize his tremendous status both as a Buddhist leader and international advocate for peace, I must object to the manner in which this body chooses to honor him.

I wonder if my colleagues see the irony in honoring a devout Buddhist monk with a material gift of gold. The Buddhist tradition, of course, eschews worldly possessions in favor of purity of thought and action. Buddhism urges its practitioners to alleviate the suffering of others whenever possible. I’m sure His Holiness the Dalai Lama would rather see $30,000 spent to help those less fortunate, rather than for a feel-good congressional gesture.

We cannot forget that Congress has no authority under the Constitution to spend taxpayer money on medals and awards, no matter how richly deserved. And I reiterate my offer of $100 from my own pocket to pay for this medal–if members wish to honor the Dalai Lama, all we need to do is pay for it ourselves. If all 435 of us contribute, the cost will be roughly $70 each. So while a gold medal sounds like a great idea, it becomes a bit strange when we see the actual cost involved.


This is very similar to his opposition to the Congressional medals awarded to Ronald Reagan and his wife:

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Great New Ron Paul Revolution Video

Friday, October 5, 2007

CNN's Cafferty totally endorses Ron Paul!

This is the first major media figure since Tucker Carlson to publicly endorse Ron Paul.

click here for the video