03 Apr 2017

Will Trump audit the Fed or side with the bankers?

President Trump is very close to fulfilling one of his campaign promises. If he does, it will be an historical victory for the average American citizen…

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23 Mar 2017

RyanCare: what would Ron Paul tell us?

Ron Paul is no longer in Congress. But there’s actually a way for us to know exactly what he would tell us about RyanCare…

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12 Jan 2015

Pope Francis Doesn’t Know Much About Economics

When Pope Francis speaks, liberals listen, except when it’s about abortion and same-sex marriage, unless, of course, he spouts liberal talking points. His latest comments are about the poor. “The Gospel does not condemn the wealthy, but the idolatry of wealth, the idolatry that makes people indifferent to the call

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03 Nov 2012

Anti-Voters Dump on the ‘Pragmatists’

I’ve been following the comments by the anti-voters on several Facebook threads. Their argument is that if you vote for Mitt Romney over Barack Obama, you’re a pragmatist. I’ve been following the conservative movement for more than 30 years, and I’ve been hearing the same rhetoric for 30 years: “No

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30 Oct 2012

Why Voting is Still Important for Non-Romnians and Paulians

I keep telling my non-Romney voter friends and non-voters in general that it’s not all about the presidency. We have a Congress that can put a stop to much (even all) that a president proposes. The President can propose and Congress and dispose, if there are enough disposers in Congress.

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08 Sep 2012

A Response to the ‘No Lesser of Two Evils’ Crowd

You’ve heard anti-Republican critics say, “I just can’t vote for the lesser of two evils.” If this is true, then you can never vote since we’re all evil, although some are more evil than others. I have a number of Calvinist friends who use the “lesser of two evils” argument.

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01 Sep 2012

Taking Over the GOP One Election at a Time

Trying to get elected as a third party candidate in American politics is extremely difficult if not impossible. Ballot access is an obstacle since third parties have to meet additional criteria not required of Republicans and Democrats. Reform Party candidate Ross Perot was able to get on the ballot in

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28 Aug 2012

Some Advice for those Who Won’t Support the GOP

A lot of my friends are not going to vote in November, or if they do vote they’re going to write in Ron Paul. They say they’re voting their “conscience” as if people who are voting for Barack Obama or Mitt Romney are not voting their “conscience.” I’m going to

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10 Aug 2012

Some Think another Obama Term would be Good for America

Mitt Romney was never my first choice for President. I would have liked to have seen any number of other candidates be in the top spot. But that didn’t happen. I know there are a lot of Ron Paul supporters, of which I am one (for the most part as

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23 Feb 2012

Is There a Romney/Paul Alliance in the Works?

By Lone Shark The following article is from “the Shark Tank“: Speculation is increasing by the hour about the nature of the relationship between presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Ron Paul. Over the past couple of weeks, reports have claimed that their relationship is a very “warm and friendly“ one, but

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01 Feb 2012

Don’t Lose Hope Living Under Obama (or Romney)

Conservatives are getting disillusioned. The Republican candidates are not inspiring a majority of voters. The candidates are attacking one another rather than the real target – the Marxist policies of Barack Obama. The one good thing about the wrangling is that it’s making Mitt Romney sound more conservative. He’s taking

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17 Jan 2012

Ron Paul’s Anti-Abortion Position

There was a link on Facebook to the following post on the RonPaul2012 website with the title “Reagan’s Surgeon General C. Everett Koop on Ron Paul’s Pro-Life Credentials.” It includes the following: “Paul’s first book written in 1983 was titled Abortion and Liberty. The foreword was written by C. Everett Koop,

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04 Jan 2012

Who Voted for Ron Paul in Iowa and Why?

There are four categories of Ron Paul voters. The first category is made up of true Paul supporters. They vote for Paul because they truly believe in his platform. We don’t know how many true Paulian believers there are since they are disproportionally vocal, visible, and determined, a good set

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01 Jan 2012

Ron Paul is Absolutely Right About This

On “Fox News Sunday” with Chris Wallace, Ron Paul defended comments he made about AIDS patients in his 1987 book Freedom Under Siege. He shouldn’t have had to. The logic is irrefutable. Raul wrote that people with sexually transmitted diseases like AIDS bear some responsibility for their condition and should

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27 Dec 2011

Huckabee Says Paul Supporters Not ‘Mainstream America’

I like Ron Paul. I’ve followed his career since the 1980s. I mostly like him on economic matters. To me, some of his views on foreign policy are naïve. While our current drug laws are a disaster, I doubt that he’s going to get any traction with a proposal to

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22 Dec 2011

Ron Paul Criticism Heats Up the Internet

David Bahnsen has been a vocal critic of Ron Paul. Bahnsen has written several articles that have gotten a lot of attention, some of it bordering on hate-filled vitriol. The following article was written by Douglas Wilson, pastor at Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho, faculty member at New Saint Andrews

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09 Dec 2011

There’s Third-Party Talk in the Air

“Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman Jr. is hinting he might run at the top of a third-party ticket if he doesn’t win his party’s nomination,” the folks at The Daily are reporting. After vowing to run as a Republican or nothing at all, Huntsman gave himself a little wiggle room

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30 Oct 2011

Is a Third Party Politically Possible?

Trying to get elected as a third party candidate in America is extremely difficult if not impossible since the electing process is not by majority vote. Ballot access is also an obstacle since third parties have to meet additional criteria not required of Republicans and Democrats. Third-party advocates are determined

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