JUDY WOODRUFF: You are somewhat of a sensation among young people in this country. They are -- you've broken all records for Web searches. You're on MySpace, Facebook, YouTube, I guess more than just about any other candidate. With all due re
Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul said today that he could see no possible reason to ever launch military action or initiate a war, vowing instead to battle efforts he said are undermining the individual liberties of people in America.
While former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani portrays himself as an expert on terrorism, his actual statements and policy judgments reveal his ignorance. Last night’s debate was no exception. Consider this exchange between Giuliani and Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX):
Look who's crashing the party! His $5 million is impressive because no one on the GOP side is raising BIG bucks. And don't write off Paul's supporters as simply angry anti-U.N. black helicopter types. There's been anger from the GOP**
A look at the Republican presidential candidates and their performance on the campaign trail. I wonder who's winning...vote and find out. The results may shock some, but to those who have heard the debates it won't be a surprise.
(Stats in center of front page) Democratic "frontrunners" enjoy far more support from Facebook and MySpace than Ron Paul. But Ron Paul is way ahead of everyone in YouTube views. Anyone have an opinion about this?
Many have heard that the bad guys are afraid of Ron Paul and have pulled in the date to register as a Republican in New Hampshire to Oct. 12th (3 days!). A web sight has been created to pool efforts to get the word out, help support them:
I spoke at the Second Amendment Foundation’s annual Gun Rights Policy Conference. What I saw and heard there changed my mind about the viability of Ron Paul’s presidential candidacy; Paul is going to far outperform the expectations laid out for him.
With our country's finances stretched thin, our credit limit fast approaching, and our currency inflated to the breaking point, there is no indication yet of any urgency on the part of Congress to rein in spending. The predictable answer is tax
[Mrs. Clinton] said [the resolution] stressed robust diplomacy that could lead to imposing sanctions against Iran, and then pointedly said to Rolph that her view wasn't in "what you read to me, that somebody obviously sent to you."
Like John Kerry in 2004, Hillary has complained for years about "the way" the war has been prosecuted, but not about the real issue, which is "What are we doing there in the first place?" She avoids that issue. She does not disavo
Ron Paul is breaking through. His call to return to the vision of the Founders, and the principles embodied in the Constitution, is piercing the wall of silence that surrounds the conduct of our disgraceful foreign policy. [Now the threats should sta
Just because Ron Paul doesn't want US troops traipsing across the globe doesn't mean he is an isolationist, the fiery libertarian argues in a column he wrote in response to a Union Leader editorial that argued he was naive for believin
Ron Paul can win. Dr. Paul's latest accomplishments have created a great deal of buzz amongst the old media talking heads (let's stop calling them "mainstream" OK?) Most of those who have been predicting that Ron Paul is a long shot
"I am not in favor of medical marijuana being legal in the country," Romney said as he moved on to greet other people. Holton continued, "Excuse me, will you please answer my question?" "I am not in favor of legalizing medica
There are lots of big issues that will be explored in greater depth than before in today's CNBC/MSNBC/Wall Street Journal debate on the economy. The economy has gotten only brief and scattered mention in debates so far [Fred Thompson's 1st de
On the heels of being named Iowa Chairman for Republican Presidential Candidate Ron Paul's campaign, Dr. Drew Ivers was awarded the "Friends of the Family Award" by the Iowa Christian Alliance, who did not invite Paul to its presidentia
He's just another politician jumping on the bandwagon, trying to quiet down the NRA before the election," Mr. Derrig said. "They have no morals as long as they get someone to vote for them. It's just disgusting."