Ron Paul and the Spanish Revolution
Believe It Or Not – It’s Still Possible for Paul to Score an Upset Win Over Mitt Romney
Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul succeeded in capturing the majority of Nevada's national delegates, overwhelming likely nominee Mitt Romney with an organized contingent who easily took control of the state convention.
With Mitt Romney's GOP presidential nomination all but decided, Ron Paul supporters took control of the Maine Republican Convention and elected a majority slate supporting the Texas congressman to the GOP national convention, party officials said. Th
He's a smug, Harvard-trained elitist who doesn't get how regular Americans are struggling these days. More extreme than he lets on, he's keeping his true agenda hidden until after Election Day. He's clueless about fixing the economy, over his head on
As far back as 2009, nearly concurrent with the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scandal, the GOP knew, beyond any doubt, that Mitt Romney was seriously involved with a Ponzi scheme, to the tune of $8.5 BILLION dollars.
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul rallied a crowd of thousands at UC Davis Thursday evening in a "fight for liberty."
Under Obama, the GOP candidate says, government will "control half the economy." Economic experts rate this scare tactic somewhere between "ridiculous" and "stupid."
A prominent Iowa Republican supporting Romney was asked recently how many of the Hawkeye State's 28 delegates he expects Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) to have heading into the national convention in Tampa this August. "Twenty," he said.
Paul enjoys strong support in Nevada. National officials are becoming worried that the congressman’s popularity could throw a wrench into the works of an otherwise smooth nomination process for Romney.
At an event long past his campaign's expiration date, Newt Gingrich ended his presidential campaign: "Today I am suspending the campaign, but suspending the campaign does not mean suspending citizenship," Gingrich said.
Mitt Romney may be the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, but Rep. Ron Paul of Texas is quietly racking up some organizational victories that could complicate Mr. Romney’s anticipated coronation at the Republican National Convention in Tamp
Ron Paul dealt a quiet, but embarrassing, blow to Republican rival Mitt Romney this weekend, scoring an impressive delegate victory on the presumptive nominee's home turf.
Americans, in particular, embrace the language of liberty, even as the American state itself has become ominously and voraciously antithetical to liberty.
Steve Forbes says other candidates should listen to Ron Paul monetary policy. "Ron Paul Should be Chairman of the Federal Reserve"... NOT!
April 27, 2012. Alaskan Delegates show it's time for state senator to get with the program after he says ".....I have endorsed and will continue to work for the election of Mitt Romney for President of the United States."
Want to see what happens when a Senator endorses Romney at the Alaska State Convention?
Well, the cat is out of the bag. Saturday’s district conventions in Louisiana give the Ron Paul campaign 74% of the delegates headed into the June state convention where the delegation to the Republican National Convention in Tampa will be finally d
Meet W. Cleon Skousen: conspiracy theorist, slavery apologist, tea party icon. Mitt Romney says you should read him.
It is confirmed that Ron Paul supporter Russ Millete was voted in as chair. (Note that according to AK Republican rules he will not have full power until Feb. 2013). Co-chair is RP supporter Deb Brown.
2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul attracted an impressive 6,000-plus supporters and undecided voters at his University of Texas at Austin town hall meeting.
I must offer my congratulations to the activists in the liberty movement and in Ron Paul’s campaign.
Thousands of chanting, cheering supporters flooded the University of Texas campus to show Ron Paul some love Thursday night, undaunted by the prospect that the Texas congressman is a long shot for the GOP presidential nomination.
Dr. Ron Paul on why government cuts should focus on the military and overseas spending.
... if Ron is not elected President, the American people will not have his voice in Washington, D.C., for the first time in over a generation.
As the U.S. Supreme Court finally takes up a lawsuit over Arizona’s restrictive immigration law, there are some leading immigration reform activists who are calling Mitt Romney’s stated position of supporting policies that encourage “self-deportation
In 1964, the "movers and shakers" in the Republican Party were faced with the terrible prospect of the voters actually getting the candidate they wanted, instead of whatever the party elite, in their wisdom, had chosen for them.