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GREAT article! Harper's Magazine: "Republic or empire: A National Intelligence Estimate on the United States" (explains it all)

WOW. This article is amazing!

It explains everything we've been talking about here at the Daily Paul. The article came out in January of 2007, but it is just as relevant today as it was a year ago.

http://www.harpers.org/archive/2007/01/0081346

If more people understood the information in this very detailed article, we would have no problem getting them to support Dr. Paul. There is a lot of easy to understand facts in this article that are simple to share and worth reading to inform yourself.

Once you read this article, you'll have a lot more ammunition to use when explaining what's happening to our country to potential Ron Paul supporters.

WE NEED TO EDUCATE ourselves and our neighbors. This is such a great article I would recommend printing it out and sharing copies with everyone you know.

I'd suggest writing or e-mailing the editors of Harper's to thank them for this thoughtful article and to show your support for Dr. Paul. Ask them to give Ron Paul more coverage. Here is the link for contact info: http://www.harpers.org/harpers/contact And here is a link to their last article (December 7) highlighting Dr. Paul: http://www.harpers.org/archive/2007/12/hbc-90001873

Dr. Paul does get mentioned in their magazine, here is the link to their search: http://www.harpers.org/search?q=ron+paul&qtype=&type=&from=1...

Notice that he's mentioned in a positive light in most articles. This is a well read publication. February 2008 print issue has an article that mentions Ron Paul.

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The Media Really Is Prejudiced Against Certain Candidates

January 2008:

http://www.harpers.org/archive/2008/01/hbc-90002107

The Media Really Is Prejudiced Against Certain Candidates

"But bad as that is, the most shamelessly abusive coverage is of Ron Paul. The mainstream tends to peripheralize him, suggest that he is a kook. But the idea that the media would cast a Republican who opposes war- and fearmongering as a kook says a lot about the media and little about Ron Paul. He has an enthusiastic following, and has recently outstripped his adversaries in raising money. (Funny, to the punditry that was the secret, all-important category–until Ron Paul came out on top.) And of the whole media, the worst by far is Fox News, which excluded from the Republican debate the man who finished with a strong showing in Iowa and is likely to do the same in New Hampshire. Indeed, recently Fox has been caught editing Associated Press copy to eliminate Ron Paul’s name–like a scene from one of the early chapters in Nineteen-Eighty-four in which even the memory of an enemy is made to disappear. "