Tag Archives: Ron Paul

Liberal vs Libertarian – Miles Apart

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Chinese Soldiers in America-How Would We Feel?

“Imagine” was an independent Ron Paul commercial from the 2012 election. It packs a lot of punch and a lot of truth:

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The Fed and Its Friends

A new book by Neil Barofsky, former Inspector General of the TARP program criticizes President Obama, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, and federal regulators for working in the interests of Wall Street at the expense of distressed homeowners and the public. … Continue reading

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BPR Quote of the Day: None Dare Call It Fascism (Except Ron Paul)

“We’ve slipped away from a true Republic. Now we’re slipping into a fascist system where it’s a combination of government and big business and authoritarian rule and the suppression of the individual rights of each and every American citizen.” Ron … Continue reading

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Mitt Romney Wins Twice–Until He Doesn’t

by Arlen Grossman All last week I kept hearing “Mitt Romney is the only non-incumbent GOP candidate for president to have ever won both Iowa and New Hampshire.” We’ll give him the January 10 New Hampshire victory. He did well … Continue reading

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Mention the Name Ron Paul………

by Arlen Grossman On some stimulating back-and-forth emails with friends, some of whom lean toward the libertarian philosophy, I challenged Ron Paul supporters with two questions.  That brought a number of responses (as Ron Paul supporters are nothing if not … Continue reading

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Random Observations At the Beginning of a New Year

Obama and Panetta’s big news of defense department cuts doesn’t impress me a bit. It’s easy to cut troop numbers when pilotless drones are the new weapon of choice. Just move the joy stick and press some buttons and you kill … Continue reading

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Police State Gone Wild

Senators Demand the Military Lock Up American Citizens in a “Battlefield” They Define as Being Right Outside Your Window Chris Anders/ Washington Legislative Office, ACLU/ November 23, 2011 While nearly all Americans head to family and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving, … Continue reading

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Ron Paul on WikiLeaks: “Killing the Messenger”

This speech by Ron Paul is almost a year old, but well worth watching. Why can’t other Republicans think more like Paul? In fact, when it comes to foreign policy, why can’t Democrats think and speak out  like Rep. Paul?  … Continue reading

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The Fed’s Unprecedented Generosity

Here is what the Federal Reserve didn’t want you to know: They helped large banks and other corporations out of a terrible jam. Sounds like a nice thing to do. Why wouldn’t they want us to know that? Thanks to … Continue reading

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