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WA-04 Candidate Gavin Seim "On what grounds am I being detained?"... DHS Agents response "The Constitution"Submitted by raptoracid on Thu, 03/06/2014 - 13:21
WA-4th Congressional Candidate Gavin Seim Refuses to Comply at DHS Checkpoint.
Free nations do not have arbitrary checkpoints!
by Gavin Seim: I wanted to share a video with you from an encounter we had last year before I decided to run for Congress. It represents the kind of conversations we need to be having and that I continue to engage in. The kind of conversation that prompted me to run for office...
Read the Entire Article here:
What the founding fathers got wrong -- and right.
"CPAC" March 8th - "LIVE" On C - Span (UPDATE)
12:45 p.m. – Newt Gingrich, former House Speaker
1:12 p.m. – Jim DeMint, president of the Heritage Foundation
** 5:23 p.m. – Straw poll
5:45 pm. – Former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK)
"Who are the two Republicans in modern times who have most energized young people? Ronald Reagan and Ron Paul…"
*I found a non Youtube clip. If someone can find a short Youtube clip of that statement, please leave a link in the comments.
As has been noted already, the DP was down today, right during Rand's CPAC speech.
It is always so frustrating to me when this happens. There was a big storm in North Carolina where the site's server is located. I sent out a tweet, and posted the news on the DP's facebook account to let the world know.
— Peace Gold Love (@dailypaul) March 7, 2014
Very sorry, once again. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Unable To Access The Daily Paul During CPAC
I was wondering was it just me or has the dailypaul been down since before 11:30AM Pacific time..
It seems that as Rand Paul was about to speak at CPAC the website went down..hummm
I just accessed the website at 3:05PM PT
New video from Ben Swann talking about the shenanigans at the 2012 Republican Primaries and what we can do about it!Submitted by Zak Carter on Thu, 03/06/2014 - 15:57
Ben Swann explains how the new coalition of EndPartisanship.org is working to break the 2 party hold on primary elections, which currently lock around 50% of voters out of the process. Plus, Ben details a lawsuit that has now been filed in the state of New Jersey to break that hold.
Business Week: Google (GOOG), fighting claims that it illegally scans private e-mail messages, says it shouldn’t have to face a lawsuit that lumps together hundreds of millions of Internet users. It may not have to, but the issues the lawsuit raises may be harder to deflect.
A case brought against Google in 2013 claims it violates a federal wiretap law, as well as several state privacy laws, by intercepting, reading, and mining the content of messages sent through its Gmail service, which has 104 million users in the U.S. The information, the suit claims, is used to target ads and build user profiles.
"Abolish The IRS" Look What You've Done To The CPAC Conversation!
Look What You've Done
I'm talking about the influence we've had with Ron Paul's leadership. Think back to 2008...
How would that have sounded?.. "Abolish The IRS"
I know Cruz is slimey but he gets an audience going and millions think he's great.
Former Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, believes Crimeans have a right to transfer sovereignty over their peninsula to Russia and says sanctions imposed Thursday by President Barack Obama against Ukrainian and Russian officials are “criminal.”
Crimea’s regional parliament voted Thursday to secede from Ukraine and join the Russian Federation. Residents of the Black Sea region, where ethnic Russians form a majority of the population, will either ratify or reject the proposal March 16.
"Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain, the GOP's standard-bearer in the 2008 presidential race, is now the least popular senator in the country, according to a Public Policy Polling survey released Thursday.
In a survey of his own state voters, only 30 percent said they like the job he's doing; 54 percent disapprove, the poll showed.
OKALOOSA COUNTY -- A law intended to keep vagrants from sleeping on benches backfired on a Fort Walton Beach family. A visit from a police officer put a damper on their day in the park.
Michelle McCormick and her husband brought their kids to Fort Walton Landing to try and enjoy the sunshine. But Fort Walton Beach has a law that prohibits sleeping or lounging in the park for "protracted periods of time."