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Washington Times

I believe all voters should cast their vote for whomever they wish. But isn't it curious that after being ignored by the media and abused by the GOP, the Paulians now are being courted (or harangued) because the GOP needs their support.

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"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win".  --Ghandi  So far so good. The only part left is to complete the winning. Thanks Ron Paul for that last "Huraaaaah".  You've MORE

Letters to the Editor • Global
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If Mitt Romney has proven anything, it is that his word means absolutely nothing. Nothing! Romney is an opportunistic chameleon who will say anything or do anything to get elected. Yet, this is the man whom conservatives trumpet as the savior of Amer

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Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan arrived in Ohio this week to news of dropping poll numbers and a widening gap in the Buckeye state between the Republican nominee and President Obama.

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by Jeremy R. Hammond (h/t Lew Rockwell blog)

There is no more time for games, no room for uncompromising principle. Ron Paul fans, you need to choose, because not voting for Romney is a vote for Obama. It’s that simple. And you could make the difference to help sustain the status quo but under

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by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)

Senator Rand Paul is flogging what he considers to be a brilliant idea: The government should take “half of the $4 billion that we’re squandering” on foreign aid “to people who don’t like us … and put it towards the deficit, and take half of that aid

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has hired a loyal aide to Rep. Ron Paul and fellow Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul to run his 2014 reelection bid -- the latest sign of how the wily leader is already preparing to head off any tea party insurgency and D

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Mitt Romney has articulated few substantive differences between himself and President Obama on foreign policy, but a Romney victory could dramatically change the U.S. approach to the world because he, like George W. Bush, is surrounding himself with