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Free Market News

"There are over 60,000 names in my database. If a significant percentage of us donate $2,300 to Ron Paul, he will have a decent shot at being the Republican nominee, and he is probably the only Republican candidate capable of winning the Presid

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US News & World Report

Market-based polling shows the chances of Ron Paul becoming the GOP presidential nominee (8.7 percent) have now surpassed those of Fred Thompson (7.8 percent) and John McCain (7.3 percent). Rudy Giuliani is still first at 43 percent, with Mitt Romney

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Celis brought in $100,000 for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee at a fundraiser earlier this year, pitching in $28,500 of his own money. In the 2006 campaign cycle, Celis gave $119,500 to state candidates or political action committees, ma

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Breit Bart TV

Stephen Colbert has dropped his bid for the White House. His announcement came after the South Carolina Democratic Executive Council voted last week to keep the host of "The Colbert Report" off the state's primary ballot. The vote was 1

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by Bob Murphy (LewRockwell)

The other candidates will have no choice but to explain why we need the IRS, or why the Dept. of Education is a good thing. They will need to explain why the party of limited government couldn’t possibly nominate a man who would actually limit govern

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"Ron Paul has won just about every straw poll in the country," said Steve Miller of Springfield, a supporter who wore a Paul T-shirt and carried a large Paul campaign sign with him all night.

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by Rick Fisk for

Like the corrupt record execs who offered the public very little in the way of choices, our American government and old media has offered the public the political equivalent of disco. Lots of different people are saying similar sounding things and pr

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NY Times

The American Freedom Agenda, an organization of conservatives founded last March 20 to restore checks and balances and protections against government abuses, requested all presidential aspirants to sign an American Freedom Pledge.

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Capital Eye

Wizard. Circus clown. Street performer. Those are just a few of the unique occupations that contributors to Republican Ron Paul’s campaign for president have listed this year. And he's not the only candidate or political party to conjure up money

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Time magazine

[at least they spelled his name correctly] Paul's fans — more than 100 of them in Leno's audience — are entranced by a man who responds to surprising information with "Wowee" and a smile not often seen apart from 5-year-old boys and

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