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In the late 1990's I worked as a stockbroker during the tremendous late 20th century bull market, but I could tell that something about it was amiss. After researching what really going on " where else, but on the internet? " I realized that the global economy was really nothing more than a giant Ponzi scheme. I stared a financially oriented website called Depression2.tv predicting the second great depression (back in 2001!) which morphed into Bull! Not bull. It was on the forums of that site that I first learned of Ron Paul, and first heard the rumor that he was considering a run for president. When that rumor was confirmed in early 2007, I immediately set up this website. Honestly, I was a little reluctant to do it. Like nearly everyone these days, between work and family responsibilities, I've got enough on my plate already. And running a website like this is a big responsibility. But it was very much worth the effort. Throughout the 2007-2008 presidential campaign, the Daily Paul and the Ron Paul Forums " two independent, completely grassroots websites " were the place to be for the latest breaking, up to the minute news on Dr. Paul’s campaign activities. The tremendous grassroots success of Dr. Paul’s campaign attracted media attention, and earned mentions for the Daily Paul in The Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, Mother Jones, and many other publications. My I Support Ron Paul graphics were used by the official campaign on tens of thousands of T-shirts and buttons. As a result of my work here, I had the opportunity to meet and speak with Dr. Paul on several occasions during the campaign. Much to my surprise, following the conclusion of the campaign, the Daily Paul has remained a vibrant online community of like minded people working towards freedom, liberty, and the restoration of our Constitutional republic. Dr. Paul is a true American hero, and indeed, a modern day revolutionary, and the inspiration for us all. It was George  

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Like Gold, Love is a Singularity
by Michael Nystrom
Similar to gold, in the pantheon of human experience, Love stands alone. Ever brilliant. Perpetual. Eternal. Like gold, Love is an asset with no corresponding liability. There is no downside to it. It has no opposite.
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Liberty is the Right to Be Who You Are
by Michael Nystrom
In January 2007, after a decade of experience working in the Internet industry, I happened upon a podcast in which the then not-quite-yet-running-for-president Ron Paul talked about the potential impact this new medium would have on politics:
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Magazine Article  •  Philosophy: Libertarianism
Liberty is the Right to Be Who You Are
by Michael Nystrom
In January 2007, after a decade of experience working in the Internet industry, I happened upon a podcast in which the then not-quite-yet-running-for-president Ron Paul talked about the potential impact this new medium would have on politics:
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