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A staunch supporter of lower taxes, a dramatically smaller government, and long-term conservative monetary policy, a Ron Paul presidency could mean big changes for the US Dollar and its relationship to other currencies. We investigate the specific af

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I’ve noticed a number of people on the Internet complaining about Ron Paul supporters recently. Many of them have the same complaint, that Ron Paul supporters are too pervasive. They call them Ron Paul spammers. They claim that a very few people are

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AP

Just about every Republican and Democrat has flubbed an answer to a question or made a borderline inappropriate comment — some so uncomfortable they make you cringe — only to take back the remarks or seek to clarify them later when under fire.

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Stop Wasting Money

Chalk a surprising victory up to Ron Paul in the early days of the presidential race. There was a low-profile straw poll in Alabama, and he won in a landslide. I'm sure critics will laugh this one off, and the mainstream media is ignoring it. But

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2008 Central

[Another message to the supporters of Ron Paul, and his campaign.] The problem for Paul is that a lot of his supporters take things too far; touting online polls or sparsely attended straw polls as evidence of far wider support. That’s not the case

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NBC TV13

On Saturday, the Alabama Republican Assembly tried to get a sense of which conservative candidate Alabamians are supporting most by holding an informal straw poll at the Bryant Conference Center. Out of 266 ballots cast, it was

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Mother Jones

Here's what Giuliani said in a 1996 speech at Harvard: "We're never, ever going to be able to totally control immigration to a country that is as large as ours, that has borders that are as diverse as the borders of the US, and as a soc

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AP

On the verge of joining the presidential race, Republican Fred Thompson unapologetically defended his career as a Washington lobbyist paid to influence the government on behalf of an abortion-rights group, a leftist Haitian leader and other special i

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Ron Paul Online

Gastonia is not a country in Eastern Europe. It’s actually a North Carolina town just west of Charlotte, and tonight they had a county GOP meeting featuring barbecue at Alfred & Charlie’s BBQ House as well as a presidential straw poll.

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Heart of Illinois

"You felt the enthusiasm in that room -- here it is, it was pouring rain at the time, and people were literally standing in the rain waiting to vote,” said Illinois State Republican Party Chairman Andy McKenna. [results at bottom]

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Retuers

Democratic presidential hopefuls have seized on the deepening U.S. mortgage crisis and gyrating financial markets as signs they would be better stewards of the economy, but Republicans argue the outlook is strong.

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Rense

Hear ye! Hear ye! The Ron Paul Campaign has confirmed to callers what was repeated at the event itself -- that the campaign bought and gave away 800 tickets. The “Adopt an Iowan group” (an independent effort) has published that they had collected $22

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Boston Herald

Despite his “pro-life” campaign pitch, former Gov. Mitt Romney owns stock in two companies involved in embryonic stem cell research, a controversial field of study he previously cited as the reason for his rightward shift on abortion.

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Politico

When Fred Thompson was a lobbyist, he advocated for his home state’s biggest government-funded boondoggles. He made some important connections, a nice chunk of change, and for the spending of a whole lot of taxpayer money.

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Politico (video)

A day after Rudy Giuliani promised in South Carolina that "we can end illegal immigration," an aide to one of his rivals sends along a video of the former mayor taking a much more pragmatic line on the issue. "We're never ever goin

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Detractors of the exit poll claim this difference was caused by the exit pollsters being obvious Paul supporters—driving away supporters of other candidates.... But here is a representative shirt worn by an Iowa Straw Poll exit pollster:

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The Crossed Pond

The bulk of what many observers see as “obnoxious” about Ron Paul supporters is simply the joy of total political commitment. And I will never, ever apologize for that, or seek to alter it, no matter who it offends. The Republican party needs MORE of

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LA Times

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton cites her experience as a compelling reason voters should make her president, but nearly 2 million pages of documents covering her White House years are locked up in a building here, obscuring a large swath of her record a

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LewRockwell

"Ron Paul jumped two full points on Intrade today to reach 6.0% to get the Republican nomination, by far a new high for him. Guess that means Iowa musta been a success, eh? McCain is at 6.2%, which means that if Paul goes up a little tomorrow an

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