16 votes

Ron Paul interviewed by Christianity Today after Values Voter Win

Have evangelical Christians in your family been wary of supporting Ron Paul?

I think THIS interview from the fairly mainstream Christianity Today might help win them over.


4 votes

The Youth, War, and Why Progressive Women Should Support Ron Paul

I've been working on this article for the last week while traveling around Denver. Started on the Amtrak last weekend, and finally sat myself down for the night to finish it. I hope this helps bring the support of women to the campaign:


1 vote

Defending Ron Paul: Abortion and Human Rights

Defending Ron Paul: Abortion and Human Life -


This is a video series from Matt Ribar and David Kretzmann analyzing AlterNet.org's 8/26/11 article on Ron Paul:

"5 Reasons Progressives Should Treat Ron Paul with Extreme Caution -- 'Cuddly' Libertarian Has Some Very Dark Politics"

Thanks for watching!

13 votes

Considering voting for Ron Paul but also worried.

i am considering voting for ron paul as i enjoy a few of his views on the most pressing issues our nation faces. friends of mine are appalled by this. they raise concerns over ron pauls stance on abortion, the environment, equal rights, and taxes.

i was linked to a '10 reasons not to vote for ron paul' article and some of those reasons are alarming to me. however, i also feel that the most pressing issues of our nation have little to do with abortion and affirmative action and more to do with our debt, overseas spending, and the monetary system.

0 votes

Ron Paul could gain more supporters by K.I.S.S.- Keeping It Super Simple

People would discover that they agree with Ron Paul on more issues than they think if he would keep his explanations of his views positive and simple.

For example, more people need to know that it doesn't make a difference if they share the personal views on abortion or drug legalization because he doesn't think the Federal Government should be involved in our lives on that level anyway. This needs to be drilled into people's heads because the media keeps bringing it up like it is a deal breaker.

1 vote

Salon.com's Alex Pareene distorting Ron Paul's stance on the issues

I think the title pretty much explains it. He's giving a "worse case scenario" of a Ron Paul presidency. Can we blow up his comments section and correct the misinformation he's spreading? Here's the link to the article: http://www.salon.com/news/ron_paul/index.html?story=/politic...

I'm not familiar with fair use laws otherwise I would've posted an excerpt.

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