Paul is the underdog in the Presidential race, dismissed by the mainstream media and political pundits as nothing more than a kook with no hope at all. And yet if you believe online polls he will be the next President. The secret recipe for Paul’s ev
From CFINST [see link], we can see that 47% of Ron Paul's contributions were $200 or less. The closest Republican to reach that mark was John McCain who received 17% of his contributions from the less than $200 crowd.
From the beginning of the campaign until the end of the 2nd fundraising quarter, Ron Paul has raised nearly $2.4 million. Notice the spikes after each debate and the steady increase over time. Note: only includes donations above $200.
4. Keep using the internet especially YouTube. Rather than having people speak into a camera and say "I like Ron Paul, blah blah blah." Go do something. Hang a banner, make a sign, get creative. Film it, post it, share it.
The crowd's thunderous approvals might be expected in Nevada, especially the rural counties with their strong Libertarian streak. But this wasn't Elko or Winnemucca. This was Paris Las Vegas on the Strip. The crowd was young, urban, and hip.
If Americans watched the Republican presidential debate on May 15, many Americans might resist the libertarian label, because they now identify it with strident opposition to the war in Iraq, and perhaps even to the war against Islamic jihadists.
Who is Ron Paul? Why are random signs hanging around Utah County advertising a "Ron Paul Revolution"?
As well-dressed supporters of former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani headed into the Crowne Plaza for the presidential candidate's "town hall meeting," a group of Ron Paul supporters stood across the street, waving signs at the cars as they pul
Forget the "Straight Talk Express." Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, a Texas congressman, is the real deal when it comes to politics-be-damned bluntness.
Of all the campaign themes that will emerge leading up to the 2008 primaries, one you probably won’t hear a lot about is experience. That’s because the candidates who are best positioned for the nominations of their parties have surprisingly little o
Many people see Mr.Gravel as shocking or weird even, but thats just probably because they aren't used to hearing the unfiltered truth told to them....maybe thats why CNN tried to block him out of the 2nd Presidential debates (he fought his way in
Who do you think is on top when it comes to the military personnel putting their money where their gagged mouths are? Huuuummmm. ;-) Yup, Ron Paul by a landslide.
Five McCain press aides -- including his three top communications officials -- quit en masse, just days after the campaign lost its chief strategist and campaign manager among dozens of aides being shed as part of aggressive cost-cutting measures.
And Ron Paul is in 4th place in amount of dollars raised this quarter AND 3rd place in amount remaining!
As I look around for a leader to replace Bush, I have to go back and see who was making sounder judgments than I during the time of 9/11 hysteria. It wasn't any of the "top tier candidates," Democrat or Republican. That person was Ron
(And what does all this spending get them. Ron Paul rules!!) It didn't matter whether they raised more money or not, most presidential candidates certainly boosted their spending in the second quarter of the year. More on staff, travel, consul
If one man's trash is another man's treasure, then one politician's old papers are potentially another politician's -- or journalist's -- gold mine. Which explains why Republican Fred Thompson's previously little-noticed pers
In MSM reports on the online video critical of former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani''s 9-11 record, reported former NYC firefighter Richard Sheirer's criticism of the video without noting that Sheirer is a senior VP at Giuliani Partners LLC
Quick and up to date reference on how much attention internet blogs are giving individual presidential candidates. The statistical information on this website is presented in the form of bar graphs provided by technorati.com.
Lots of supporters at the core of the Internet... 'Googleplex'
Very good Q&A from Audience - Parts 1 and 2
Gambling911.com Special Contributor Jennifer Reynolds has a lot to say about 2008 Presidential candidate Ron Paul and the continued "disrespect" he is receiving in the media, a "disrespect" not shown by online oddsmakers who give
The Republican smear machine is revving up its motors, getting ready to launch a typically vicious campaign against Ron Paul, the only real threat to their death-grip on the GOP.
Justine Lam, eCampaign coordinator of the Ron Paul campaign tries a novel way to stream video of the rally. She attached a webcam to her hat and walked around talking to the crowd and watched the speeches. (we'll see the video soon I'm sure)
The congressman’s positions on law enforcement and tax evasion are probably less well known than his opposition to the war in Iraq. The candidate is a vocal opponent of the Internal Revenue Service and votes against almost all government appropriatio
Former Virginia Gov. James Gilmore is dropping his underdog bid for the Republican presidential nomination today, his top strategist told Politico. Gilmore said he is considering running for governor a second time, or running for the U.S. Senate if S
Music video by one of Hillary's biggest fans. For some reason, Hillary's campaign is not amused.
A case for Ron Paul as the most honest candidate running.