The cards are stacked against us so we must adapt our strategy to the circumstances. A little forth generation warfare tactics might be in order. Think of us as the fast moving colonial gorillas.
Ron Paul kicks off the next phase of the Revolution and makes the campaign to restore the Constitution permanent! Let's all work hard and get together September 2nd in Minneapolis!
He has 4.7 million reasons to do so.
[ Just a link, here, because you really have to read the entire statement from McCain to believe it. The take away is, John McCain does not know what habeas corpus is! And, he was present when the Magna Carta was signed.]
Formally, Ron Paul 2008 will be suspended, not shut down. It will exist for "a few more months" as the campaign workers "close up shop."
"With the primary season now over, the presidential campaign is at an end. But the larger campaign for freedom is just getting started. Therefore, I am happy to announce the official launch of the Ron Paul Campaign for Liberty." Ron Pau
New phase of the revolution officially begins with a speech tonight in Houston. Video to be posted on his site, officially ending Paul's presidential campaign and freeing up the more than $4.7 million in campaign cash for new advocacy group, The
This is it folks. The future of Ron Paul's involvement in The r3VOLution. He very much deserves our attention
Paul, who has won only 35 delegates in the GOP’s winner-take-all primary system but enjoys a large and enthusiastic following, has refused to end his candidacy and has not been invited to speak at the official convention because he will not endorse M
Ron Paul will choose tonight in Texas, to make an important statement about the future of his campaign. (Updated with press release from Ron Paul's campaign.)
If the standard wisdom states that candidates ignore rumors, why did Barack Obama create a website, fightthesmears.com, which only addresses rumors? Is it just another attempt by Obama to set the terms of discussion?
Bob Barr, formerly the War on Drugs loving, Wiccan mocking, Clinton impeaching Republican is the presidential nominee for the Libertarian Party. Now, you may be asking how this happened and my answer is simple: "The libertarians won."
One of those disembarking passengers would be a nondescript, anonymous, McCain staffer and he would call the Mayor’s office and yell at him and minute’s later security would be moving anyone with a Ron Paul hat or button out of the airport.
James Johnson has given up as the head of Obama's vice presidential search team. The former Fannie Mae CEO has drawn heavy criticism for favorable mortgages he received from beleaguered subprime lender Countrywide Financial Corp.
Fifteen hundred astrologers attended the United Astrology Conference in Denver, Colorado in May. The consensus was that Barack Obama would win the election. Yet, there were other more “ominous” predictions about the “presumptive nominee".
The New York Times says that the Clintons are busy making a New Enemies List–and this one has mostly the names of Democrats on it.
Sens. Diane Feinstein and Mel Martinez authored a bill (with 11 co-sponsors, including Sen. Barack Obama) that was incorporated into a housing bill passed by the Senate Banking Committee that creates a national fingerprint registry.
Paul's supporters are really "looking to build a national organization that is going to run at a grassroots level, be organized at a precinct level, and to identify candidates to support," Benton said, "real constitutionalist candi
What would the first 100 days of an Obama administration hold? One look at what the Coming of Obama might look like.
The first full day of the republican state convention in Rochester began with a controversial rally this morning. Presidential candidate Ron Paul drew several hundred people but he wasn't allowed in
Perot doesn't remember it that way. "After he came home, he walked with a limp, she [Carol McCain] walked with a limp. So he threw her over for a poster girl with big money from Arizona [Cindy McCain, his current wife] and the rest is histor
Indecision 5768: Obama, Clinton and McCain all address AIPAC -- the leading pro-Israel lobbying group -- and Jon scores them on the kosh-o-meter.
Oil prices are on the minds of many Americans as gas hits $4 a gallon, and continues to surge. How high can prices go? How can we solve these problems? What, or who, is to blame?
But Ross Perot, who paid her medical bills all those years ago, now believes that both Carol McCain and the American people have been taken in by a man who is unusually slick and cruel – even by the standards of modern politics.
[Hopefully not sober.] It had been forty-four years since I last attended a political convention. I was part of my state’s delegation to the 1964 Republican National Convention in San Francisco, an experience that helped push me over the threshold in
There will come a time, sooner or later, when Ron Paul will inform his supporters that he will no longer be available as a candidate for President of the United States.
Last spring, the liberal Mainstream Media was more interested in whether Barack Obama was "black enough". "The Right Color"--or "The Right Shade of Color"--was more important than asking whether a rookie senator had **Q
Ernest Hancock and Barry Hess share their knowledge of the future. You'll want to archive this show for future reference to see just how accurate their predictions are.
Hillary Rodham Clinton ended her historic campaign for the presidency on Saturday and told supporters to unite behind rival Barack Obama, closing out a race that was as grueling as it was groundbreaking.
[See Pt. 1 link] Al-Ilyan is one of three leaders of the Iraq Accordance Front, parliament's largest Sunni Arab bloc with 44 of the house's 275 seats. Last year, he played a prominent role in the Sunni decision to walk out of the Cabinet in p