Nine GOP White House hopefuls will participate in a May 3 debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, an event hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, in conjunction with MSNBC and The Politico.
Ron Paul was interviewed about his Presidential race (while in Phoenix) by Dale Williams who was filling in for the Jack Stockwell radio show (Utah). RP is the first 15 minutes. I cut the commercials out. MP3 audio.
Ron Paul is a different matter. The paleo-libertarian seems to be a purely Internet Phenomenon. He has yet to score significantly on any national poll, his best being a mere 3% on Zogby. Of course this could change. Pajamas Media would like to note,
US Rep. Ron Paul, the staunchly libertarian Republican from Texas and presidential candidate, received a 61 percent liberal ranking from National Journal, based on its rating of congressional votes. (Side note, this thing between left and right is h
After a heavily guarded trip to a Baghdad market, Sen. John McCain insisted a US-Iraqi security crackdown in the capital was working and said Americans lacked a "full picture" of the progress. The US military later reported six soldiers
Ron Paul talked to an enthusiastic crowd yesterday at a brunch sponsored by the Arizona Republican Assembly. Following his talk, Dr Paul fielded questions ranging from the North American Union, to Immigration and Abortion.
A video of how the Right went wrong and the only hope of salvaging the Republican Party.
At a fundraiser in Paradise Valley (Phoenix area) Ron Paul makes it very clear his position on many issues and the philosophy that he advocates.
Sen. John McCain's campaign for the White House has pulled him away from his day job more often than any other presidential candidate in the Senate. Only Sen. Tim Johnson, D-S.D., has missed more votes than McCain due to a stroke.
Google's automatic ad placements has some interesting side effects :)
All the hard questions are asked,... and answered for a change.
Rudolph Giuliani told a grand jury that his former chief investigator remembered having briefed him on some aspects of Bernard Kerik’s relationship with a company suspected of ties to organized crime before Mr. Kerik’s appointment as NY City Police C
An anti-war group, Code Pink, is hounding Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) at almost every stop she makes on the campaign trail, hitting her again yesterday as she joined other candidates in seeking a union endorsement.
ASU student produces a little promo video . . .
An enthusiastic crowd welcomed Ron Paul to Phoenix on Thursday filling Sky Harbor's terminal 4 with the now ubiquitous "Ron Paul Revolution" signs.
McCain’s staff used his template, but didn’t give Davidson credit. Worse, he says, they use images that are on his server, meaning he has to pay for the bandwidth used from page views on McCain’s site. (so this is what happened...)
Thursday March 29th - US Airways Flight # 656 - Arrives 6.45 pm / Saturday March 31st Hometown Buffet Scottsdale 10am (RSVP for Sat. Event - Details in article)
As an abortion-rights advocate, Deborah Allen did not think she would find much in common with Mitt Romney. Then she heard his pitch. If elected Massachusetts governor, Romney said in an endorsement meeting, he would "preserve and protect**QQ*
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson's plans to sign a state medical marijuana bill put him head and shoulders above the front-running candidates for U.S. president in 2008. (really? is he for the elimination of the Drug War?)
I'm a Christian. I believe this Ron Paul campaign movement, especially the groundswell on the Web, has the BEST chance of waking the sleeping dead in both the pews and the factories....and not a second too late.
McCain said that the US is "beginning to succeed in Iraq" and early pull out would result in "unmitigated disaster of incredible proportions," adding that "we will see chaos and genocide in the region and we will be back and
Sen. John McCain said his presidential campaign would not meet its fundraising goals this quarter, and his campaign advisers acknowledged that ex-MA Gov. Mitt Romney may wind up raising more.
[Video interview: The new media] Congressman Ron Paul is a Republican from Texas. An obstetrician by profession, Paul is noted for never voting for legislation unless it is authorized by the U.S. Constitution. He is an advocate of limited government.
It's new, it's collaborative, it's informative, it's witty and intelligent, it's not ready for prime time, but ever improving ... and it's only available on YouTube... it's the Paul Report!
Hundreds of Emails shocked FOX into going to congress to meet with Ron Paul.
Paul was featured on Fox News Live's "Because You Asked" segment, which is based on viewer's letters and emails. The letter, which, according to Fox's Bill Hemmer, was one of "hundreds" received by the network, called
A Democratic operative with ties to Sen. Barack Obama's presidential campaign claimed Wednesday for creating and posting a mystery video on the Internet that slammed Obama's main rival, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Watch it, pass it on and join the Revolution ... or the Love-elution if you prefer. Works best with volume on "10" ;-)
Flirtin' with disaster by: Molly Hatchet - We are tired of the mainstream media PRETENDING there is not a Republican alternative candidate for president. Do your conscience and your nation a favor and please investigate Ron Paul for President.
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.