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Thank you for a great ride, and for 8 years of support!
1 vote

Scarcity Fetish Served Hot and Dry

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25 votes

I Stand With Nystrom

I have come to the conclusion, as many of you have, that we are a Republic, a Constitutional one, at that.

Being a Republic of this sort, with Article 1, Section 8, delegating the powers to the States not inferred upon the Federal gvt., we have to assume the States hold individually more power than the length of this sentence or the Federal gvt. (note I use "gvt." as opposed to the full spelling as I feel grossed-out whenever that spelling appears).

Blah.

2 votes

I thought I needed help but they refute all historical evidence.

I have gotten myself into a debate with a few folks over Ron Paul and the 2012 election. I have always sucked @ debating. One of em calling me a CT and that I cannot go back in history and manipulate the data to make RP look good.

Here is one of his statements: "In regards to Ron Paul, he's never going to be the United States President. He failed to get even half as many votes as Obama, or Mitt Romney (2012) and John McCain (2008) in the previous two elections. He's the 21st Century Ross Perot. He has more potential of being a successful business man, than running the country.

11 votes

The one sensible thing I've heard Ted Cruz say...

...ABOLISH THE IRS!!!

So extrapolating from his statement about that I assume he would END THE FEDERAL INCOME TAX in the process.

27 votes

Tisha introduces - That's Natural! Premium CBD Hemp Oil


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Hey Daily Paulers! Looking for people across the country that are interested in distributing our That's Natural! brand of CBD Hemp Oil! It is a great way to create a revenue stream to allow you to be able to donate to very important liberty causes! ;)

7 votes

Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor - Sunday Brunch Edition!

In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, host Marc Clair convenes another session of our popular feature, "Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor" (LILDL.) Marc welcomes in John Odermatt, Howie Snowdon, and Lions of Liberty's official legal counsel, the man known simply as "Rico" for a lovely Sunday brunch of liquor and liberty. Things fall off the rails quickly, as they discuss such odd news items as Mitt Romney's boxing match vs Evander Holyfield, and the "mystery pooper" plaguing the cars of the citizens of Ohio. This somehow leads to a somewhat legitimate discussion of property rights, and the how a "free society" would handle issues such as a serial vandal. They then discuss the 5th anniversary of Obamacare, mandatory voting, how the FDA harms people through its burdensome testing regulations, and a man falsely imprisoned for 40 years. The LILDL crew then comes up with the perfect solution to solving police abuse in the United States (so they think), and plot how they will have to become crony capitalists to do so. After some shoddy impressions of Mitt Romney and Alex Jones, the topic to the upcoming Presidential runs of Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Hillary Clinton. Somehow they all make it to the end to give their final, booze-fueled thoughts.

So grab your favorite adult beverage (or perhaps a hot cocoa if you're underage!), sit back in your favorite comfy chair, and hang with the Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor!

-18 votes

Observation on Rand vs. Cruz

Just a quick observation on the reactions/comments about Ted Cruz.

When people hammer Cruz for being too moderate or off track with the constitution, theres no back lash from folks saying, "He's just playing politics."

I'm happy to see folks hold him accountable but why does Rand get the pass? Why is he just playing politics and Cruz is just an establishment stooge to some folks? I think the Paul brand has clouded the vision of people and are looking for a reason to excuse baby Paul for falling short of being a real principled liberty mind.

-1 vote

Why so offended?

Name calling is weak at best. It happens during arguments and in a drive-by format. In the drive-by format the offender is soliciting a response. When you give the offender the desired response, a word is given power. This power is used against us. Thus revealing a weakness in the offended. When name calling is used during an argument it reveals the loser. If you have to resort to name calling, you obviously have nothing left to argue. Remember that sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.

0 votes

Not another abortion debate! Thus I weigh in on the issue.

I stroll and scroll onto the Daily Paul, and find that abortion has resurfaced once again.

I tear my hair in despair! For there is always conflict on whether abortion is right or wrong, or evil or justified, or something along those lines.

So at the risk of contradicting myself, I'll weigh in a bit on this issue.

The biggest problem with these debates is that they always obscure the real problem of this issue: that the government has decreed authority to legislate, subsidise and even enforce abortion. Few have ever brought this into focus.

As long as debates on abortion do not address THAT particular problem, participants will be wasting time and energy that is better spent on other things. Free-minded individuals will all have their own views about abortion, and nothing you'll say shall change their minds. But I think we can all agree that governments should stay out, yah?

2 votes

Spelling words the so called proper way...

Spelling words the so called proper way...
it will mean nothing when we ALL arrive at our sudden removal of the veil that covered our earthly bodies.

7 votes

Created with her Father's Hands

Created with her Father's
Hands
Trillions of planets

And some still claim
Love does not exist

Trillions of shades of Love
And some still refuse to believe

Love!

It does not need your helping hands
This Universe
She
Created with her Father's
Hands

Love!
The only thing that really matters!

0 votes

Looking for a Video With RP Ode to the Movers and Shakers

I am looking for a video from a few years back that was an ode to the movers and shakers. Ron Paul was in it. I wanted to send it to someone. Thanks.

11 votes

Dark Journalist: Breakaway State - Black Budget & UFO Secrecy!


http://youtu.be/pUj5gqGUR6U

Join Dark Journalist and his special guests as they unravel the treacherous path of The Breakaway Civilization, Deep State, Black Budget, UFO Secrecy, Covert Intelligence Ops, Advanced Technology, Secret Finance and more! In this unique episode, we will celebrate over ONE MILLION VIEWS with a show dedicated to the very best clips of the past year. With Coast to Coast AM Investigative Reporter Linda Moulton Howe, Former Assistant Housing Secretary Catherine Austin Fitts, Historian Richard Dolan, Nuclear Physicist Stanton Friedman, Former Defense Minister Paul Hellyer, Scholar Dr. Joseph P. Farrell and Professor Peter Dale Scott.

16 votes

Seems like every other article in MSM is trying to get U.S. in a war

Seems like in the last few days the US is trying to blame some other country for something to get the US into a war. This country is doing this or this country is doing that. That is a national security issue we need to deal with, Oh that is breaking international law.

From what I understand war is the last step for a failing economy. Countries are avoiding the dollar, the Fed keeps printing money and buying the paper , Investors are taking their money from the U.S. and the US dollar.

How long will it be before the U.S. is third world country?

30 votes

The Love Is So Warm And Fuzzy I Nearly Suffocated

Recently the site owner posted a thread: "The Daily Paul Is Mostly About Love." I am glad he feels loved here. I once did, it was nice.

I have been coming here for years, doing my best to learn, to teach, and to love. I have tried to open my heart and life, and help "liberty lovers" see the world through my eyes, for the sake of truth. There are things in my past that are incredibly painful to talk about, and I have tried to get over my fear of rejection or shame or whatever it is, and just be honest.

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