March 21st, 2007 @ 3:15pm by Kevin Tripp/KTAR Have you seen those signs that read "Ron Paul Revolution"? Do you wonder who "Ron Paul" is? We sure do.
Phoenix area Ron Paul supporters showed up at the 4th Anniversary of the Iraq War rally brandishing their "Ron Paul Revolution" signs. Local radio host Charles Goyette, who recently plugged Paul on Fox News, also addressed the crowd.
At the Reagan Presidential Library on May 3, 2007. MSNBC will moderate and televise the 90-minute debate starting at 5:00 p.m. ET. The debate will also be simulcast by politico.com to give citizens the opportunity to submit questions online. (McCain?
Phoenix Talk Show Host Charles Goyette gets a plug in for Ron Paul on national Fox News
An Internet video is being put together that is made up of many people providing video. VERY COOL IDEA ( The bad guys are soooo screwed :)
Jerry Kiley filed papers last week to establish the nonpartisan group Vietnam Veterans Against John McCain. "When people truly get to know him, there's no possibility they'll consider him for president of the United States,"
Conservative columnist and CIA leak figure Robert Novak says that disgraced ex-Rep. Tom DeLay (R-TX) will, in an upcoming memoir, visit his wrath upon former colleague Newt Gingrich.
Writer once again refuses to include Paul.
A few supporters exercising their 1st Amendment rights plus a few hours and we are well on our way. The first small signs are already in production.
After years of political dominance, Republican voters now view their party as divided and say they are not satisfied with the choice of candidates seeking the Republican presidential nomination in 2008. The party’s anxieties about keeping the White
Rudy ruffled some firefighting feathers last week when he decided to pull out of a planned appearance at the International Association of Firefighters presidential forum.
Ron Paul, a 9-term congressman from Texas and a former Libertarian Party candidate for the White House, said he would seek the 2008 Republican presidential nomination. Paul frequently strays far outside the Republican mainstream, said he was surprise
Fred Thompson thinks there isn't enough "star" power in the GOP presidential field, so the professional actor and former Tennessee senator is considering getting into the 2008 race.
"My family and I will make a decision in my political future later this year," Hagel said in remarks made at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. "There will still be political options open to me at a later date."
Ron Paul declares his candidacy on C-SPAN - NO RETREAT!VIDEO Ron Paul takes some calls and makes his position clear on some touchy issues :)
HOUSTON — U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, a strict constitutionalist and fierce anti-war critic, will formally declare his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination Monday when he appears as a guest on a C-SPAN call-in program.
The change in the Republican Party took a nose dive into corruption and the panic from the Republican National Committee was heard all over America. I knew how to bring the party back…It was simple…..Return to the Republican Agenda and the voters wi
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich acknowledged he was having an extramarital affair even as he led the charge against President Clinton over the Monica Lewinsky affair, he acknowledged in an interview with a conservative Christian group.
(Newsletter from the McCain Campaign) "Political Pundits and Supporters Point To McCain's Consistent Conservative Record." :)
Consider this list of members of the House: liberal Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), conservative Duncan Hunter (R- CA), libertarian Ron Paul (R-TX) and anti-illegal-immigration crusader Tom Tancredo (R-CO). What do they have in common?
Pugnacious U.S. Senator John McCain had a bad week. A really bad week.
The John McCain presidency effectively began on January 10, 2007, when George W. Bush announced the deployment of five more combat brigades to Iraq. This escalation of an unpopular war ran counter to the advice of Bush’s senior military leadership, i
Listen and watch as Ron Paul discusses the issues and his campaign with supporters in this semi-private fundraising event Saturday Night in New Hampshire.
Watch it and pass it along!Entered By: Dave Gallagher
Silly Ron Paul—he thought conservatives were advocates of limited government. He didn’t bank on the revisionism of George Will & his fellow neocons, who redefined traditional conservatism out of existence. Today, Barry Goldwater—and the rhetorica
Republican presidential candidate John McCain, looking to improve his standing with the party's conservative voters, said the court decision that legalized abortion should be overturned.
The US senate has refused to consider a resolution denouncing George Bush's Iraq troop increase that the House of Representatives passed the day before. (Blah Blah Blah - So will the Democrats continue to fund the War?)
The new Ron Paul Exploratory Committee wwebsite is now active.Entered By: Dave Gallagher
It appears that some are getting a whiff of what the Ron Paul campaign is going to look like. An asymmetrical grass roots campaign... a political insurgency if you will. We have been tracking the Pajamas Media Poll here not because we believe it to b