Texas Congressman Ron Paul’s presidential campaign had a record fundraising quarter, exceeding its original goal of $12 million by over 50 percent when it raised nearly $20 million during the months of October, November and December.
Sometimes when you're given a candidate to work on, you really have to look hard to make sure that what they're telling you is a value and not just a poll-tested sound byte. That's not a problem with 10-term congressman Ron Paul.
Power, like a championship fight, must be taken from the titleholder. The Ron Paul revolution has the ruling elite on their heels, back to the ropes, weakening with every blow. Last weekend bore witness to something previously never thought possible
ABC and Fox News Channel are narrowing the field of presidential candidates invited to debates this weekend just before the New Hampshire primary. In Fox's case, that's left supporters of Republican Ron Paul furious.
The Corporate Candidates decided Ron Paul had to be avoided if he could not eliminated. So they are hiding in an athletic club in Milford, NH, pretending they are not afraid. But they are. The Revolution is coming to Milford.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer expressed shock when Rep. Ron Paul said the tragedy proved his case for nonintervention in the affairs of other nations. We should not, Paul said, either subsidize or work to undermine other governments because such policies in
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul may lag behind in public-opinion polls. But after raising about $20 million for the final three months of the year, he is now among his party's front-runners in the race for campaign cash.
Fergus Cullen, chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party, issued a press release this afternoon about Fox News' presidential candidates forum scheduled for January 6.
On the back of 9/11, Rudy Giuliani refashioned himself as a national hero; through his consulting firm became a very wealthy man. But the questionable backgrounds of the firm’s clients make one wonder what Rudy wouldn’t do to make a buck.
It would come as a surprise if Sen. John McCain who has long lambasted the involvement of special interests in campaign fundraising, didn't have some harsh words for a candidate leading the presidential field in utilizing lobbyists as fundraisers
Ever since Barack Obama suggested Hillary Clinton's eight years as first lady were a glorified tea party a few days back, she's looked for an opening to strike back. Arguing she risked her life on White House missions in the 1990s, including
The Revolution is going to bury FOX on this..ha ha ha -ED The anchor at the end of the clip is apparently not aware that Ron Paul raised more money in a single day than any candidate in American history, or that he raised far more money from real peo
Federal has beens Sam Nunn and Bill Cohen discuss their planned old-guard conference, heralded by David Broder, in Oklahoma to discuss forming a "Government of National Unity" through a Bloomberg-Hagel ticket "if necessary."
Who Gets Polled In the Big-Name Polls? When GOP polls are taken by Zogby, Rasmussen and others, they only poll those GOP voters who either caucused or voted in the last GOP POTUS primary. But GW Bush ran unopposed in 2004, and only 6% of all GOP vote
The ideas Congressman Paul talks about in many ways closely mirror those adhered to by those Christians of the 1st through 3rd centuries. Is it any wonder then that statists hate Congressman Ron Paul....
Glenn Beck speaks this language quite comfortably, and has for a long time. But I can’t help but wonder if, having been exposed to Dr. Paul, he is in real danger of dreaming about a Ron Paul America...
More than that, the Ron Paul Revolutionaries are taking a clear position taken against the politics of celebrity, with its over-coiffed over-coached candidates and complete absence of authenticity.
"...he's terrible on television and he has lost every exchange so far this campaign season. That said, I say let Dr. Paul into the debates. There are some polls that have him finishing as high as third in New Hampshire. Not allowing him a
Buoyed by the still unsettled field, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg is growing increasingly enchanted with the idea of an independent presidential bid, and his aides are aggressively laying the groundwork for him to run.
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - About 38 percent of U.S. consumers are watching TV shows online, 36 percent use their cell phones as entertainment devices and 45 percent are creating online content
If she makes it to the White House, Sen. Hillary Clinton said today her husband will take on the same responsibilities as traditional presidential spouses, with no access to National Security Council meetings.
NAUDERO, Pakistan — Three days after the violent killing of its leader, Benazir Bhutto, Pakistan’s largest political party on Sunday picked her 19-year-old son to succeed her as chairman.
On Sunday night, Paul spokesman Jesse Benton said the campaign remains angry, and in the dark. "We have not heard anything else today," he said. "[Fox] continues to ignore our calls."
December 30, 2007 - "An official at the New Hampshire GOP, which is co-sponsoring the event with Fox, said that Paul might still be included, but the planning for the debate was still coming together and it was ultimately Fox's call."
confetti form - Messages and wishes for the new year from people around the world will float down on the New Year's Eve revelers in T
As of this writing, the interview is for THE INTERNET ONLY. Combined from 6 parts. Awesome interview John Stossel does with Ron Paul. Why did it only appear on the internet? Ask ABC http://tinyurl.com/24xhly He actually wants to understand Ron Pau
It might be said that parody is the sincerest form of flattery. The Ron Paul blimp is an innovative idea in presidential campaigns. The creative idea has inspired some creative parodies. Here's two.
A couple of days ago I read this column by John Derbyshire for National Review Online, which he wrote little over a week ago. In it, the conservative columnist endorses Ron Paul, arguing that the time has come for Libertarianism to be implemented.
This new Ron Paul ad is absolutely, outrageously, tragically wrong: "No visas for students from 'terrorist nations'"? Rarely has a more ignorant proposal been advanced – and it is made even worse by the fact that this is Ron Paul we
There is NO NH DEBATE on January 6th. That event was canceled 3 weeks ago. [This leaves a lot of unanswered questions, chief of which are the AP story that started it, the lack of timely response from the NH GOP or FOX who were getting hammered.]