[my friends] Sen. John McCain said his inquiries into a $35 billion Air Force tanker contract were designed to assure evenhanded bidding and denied they were motivated by the lobbyists who are close advisers to his presidential campaign.
When Paul did talk, he focused on the idea of radically limiting government—a message nowhere else to be found on either side of the aisle during this campaign. No other candidate was even questioning the wisdom of the Federal Reserve or the Departme
David Trimble, who helped broker peace in Northern Ireland said Sen. Hillary Clinton's role in those negotiations was that of a cheerleader, not a participant. The presidential contender told CNN she "helped bring peace to Northern Ireland**
Did you know that the delegates can actually vote to unbind thier delegates that are bound to another candidate? Did you know that delegates can actually overturn and previous vote? Did you know the delegates have control of the entire process?
John McCain may have clinched the Republican presidential nomination last week, but rival Ron Paul told CNN Monday his fight isn't over just yet. [CNN just can't believe Ron Paul refuses to quit. Just refuses to do things their way, THE way.
You may remember the story about Stone Soup. Ron Paul was brought to us like that soldier, without much to offer but his brains, his experience, his wisdom- in short, his magic stone. And like the villagers, we each brought our own little piece, or a
I rise in opposition to H. Res. 951, a resolution to condemn Palestinian rocket attacks on Israeli civilians. As one who is consistently against war and violence, I obviously do not support the firing of rockets indiscriminately into civilian populat
What no one in the conventional media seems to understand about the Ron Paul Campaign is that while Ron is the spokesman, the vessel, the action takes place through the Revolution. That is why we call it The Revolution. With the Revolution winning is
John McCain should know. More than any other candidate for president, John McCain should know that peace talks can be stronger and smarter than bombs, that withdrawing American soldiers can be the best way to achieve stability, and that the best way
Reports that Ron Paul has quit the Presidential Race remind me of Mark Twain's famous quote, "Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated." The Ron Paul Presidential campaign continues, albeit at a different pace. What does that mean?
In light of the apparent miscommunication by the campaign, and blatant spin by the MSM of last night's Ron Paul video, and in light of many who are obviously accepting the propaganda, still, and apparently abandoning ship, I feel compelled to sta
As press began interviewing McCain with headlines reading "McCain Wins!" behind him a crowd stood but their signs read "Ron Paul Revolution". This kind of fervent support from Paul's supporters has plagued McCain wherever he g
Ron Paul's Message to Supporters -- March 6, 2008. Is he dropping out? Nah. The r3VOLution continues...if you want it to. [PS: The media interprets this as he is dropping out...See, they knew he was still in the race.]
[wow!] With Florida winner John McCain getting about 75% more coverage than Mitt Romney, and with Mike Huckabee almost invisible, the press appeared conspicuously close to turning McCain into the presumptive nominee last week.
Two Republicans. Two military veterans. Two men in their political prime. But only one can take the Republican nomination. Which will it be and what do they have going for them? ["Two men enter. One man leaves."]
His legacy will be that a whole host of people across the world got interested in the message and those people have not folded their tents, but are contemplating a bigger canvas to operate under. Put simply, do we have to pay so much of our income to
John McCain got a White House embrace from President Bush, along with the party perks that go with sewing up the Republican nomination. The endorsement reminding voters of the drawn-out Iraq war and the nation's economic woes under an unpopular G
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain trails Democrats Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in hypothetical matchups. Obama leads McCain by 12% -- 52% to 40%; Clinton leads McCain by 6% -- 50% to 44%, the poll found.
Officials in Michigan and Florida are showing interest in holding repeat presidential nominating contests so that their votes will count in the epic Democratic campaign. The governors of both states, along with Clinton's campaign, are now saying