After learning of Newsweek's latest article about the good Doctor, I found it at a local bookstore and looked for other coverage.
Newsweek's print version seemed to match the online version verbatim, or at least very closely.
NewsMax magazine provided a half-page article titled "Ron Paul Shows Strength" with highlights of poll successes, key positions, and online and offline activism.
Yesterday in DOCTOR NO, THE 3 MUSKETEERS & THE 7 DWARFS, Mary Starrett provided a detailed analysis of all of the leading Republican candidates plus potential candidates like Fred Thompson and Newt Gingrich.
Here is what she said about Dr. Paul:
"Ron Paul: The Congressman from Texas is quite simply, â€˜the best theyâ€™ve gotâ€™. The physician is the only candidate who has a 100% constitutionally-correct voting record. Because he votes against unconstitutional bills every time, he earned the label â€œDoctor No.' "
A student named James Kotecki made good use of his computer and living space for history-in-the-making.
Dr. Paul shares his background and responds to current issues.
The following links will download the digital videos:
U.S. News and World Report provides a concise summary of Ron Paul's personal life and political career in Ten Things You Didn't Know about Ron Paul.
They even let Ron Paul speak for himself:
Explaining why he opposes legislation that expands government power, funds federal spending, or reduces privacy: "I interpret through the eyes of the Constitution. If we don't have direct authorization, I don't vote for it, even if there are good intentions."