2 votes

TIME: Ron Paul, The Prophet

"Twilight descends in new Hampshire as an old man climbs onto his soapbox. LIBERTY: TOO BIG TO FAIL reads a banner hanging in the jam-packed tent."

Read more:,9171,2090364,00....

For those of you with TIME subscriptions, feel free do read the entire article. For those of us without subscriptions, I think a nice return on site traffic should boost this article onto the front pages...

In liberty,

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8/24/2011: Ron Paul Headed Back to Iowa and New Hampshire

Ron Paul Headed Back to Iowa and New Hampshire

Paul to visit both early states this weekend

More here...

August 24, 2011 11:56 AM Eastern Daylight Time

LAKE JACKSON, Texas--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Today, the Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign released a schedule of campaign stops for this weekend. Paul will visit both New Hampshire and Iowa, marking his first visit back to the Hawkeye State since his historic showing at the Ames Straw Poll.

4 votes

Keeping an eye on Gary Johnson

They share the same position on most issues, are both libertarian, so it should be interesting at least, possibly even instructive, for us Paul supporters to keep an eye on Gary Johnson.

Here is a good story on a recent Johnson appearance in New Hampshire, complete with photo collection and videos.


Johnson Talks to Concord Rotary [VIDEO]
Candidate tells business owners why he is running for president.
By Tony Schinella 5:46am

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RP Friendly Chairman Under Attack? Politico: New Hampshire Party Chair Alleges Bribe by National GOP

"Embattled New Hampshire GOP chair Jack Kimball alleged Tuesday that the Republican Governors Association offered the state party money in exchange for his stepping down.

"'It’s very sad,' Kimball told The Boston Globe in an interview."

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New Hampshire party chair alleges bribe by national GOP

Embattled New Hampshire GOP chair Jack Kimball alleged Tuesday that the Republican Governors Association offered the state party money in exchange for his stepping down.

Read more:

2 votes

Ron Paul 'They're Setting The Stage For Violence In This Country'

Ron Paul is asked about H.R. 645 and whether or not Americans are justified in thinking that (The National Emergency Centers Establishment Act' could lead to detainment camps for american citizens during martial law. His response..
'They're setting the stage for violence in this country'
-Ron Paul


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Video Essay: Ron Paul in New Hampshire

Ron Paul spoke at a campaign event in Concord, New Hampshire Thursday. He talked about the lack of media coverage of his campaign, and how he would make government smaller. (Aug. 19)

1 vote

Concord Monitor: Ron Paul's Candor should set Standard


"Paul, who met with the Monitor editorial board yesterday, speaks with a candor unheard of in a presidential candidate. But unlike so many of his Republican rivals in the primary, he doesn't speak meanly and he doesn't personalize disagreements. Such qualities make him a delight to be around, but they won't make him president, nor - if elected - would Paul be able to govern. His fidelity to his many deeply held principles allow him to build coalitions with people who share his beliefs but forbid him from making the compromises that are necessary to achieve a majority."

1 vote

2008 Primary: What happened in New Hampshire?

Why was New Hampshire such a disappointment in 2008?

2 votes

Paul Ad Plays Like Action Movie Trailer (From KXAN In Austin, TX)



From Austin, Texas's KXAN News (of NBC).

I saw the video during the 6 PM news cast and I was shocked because they never gave any time for him. This week and last week it was all about Rick Perry. This is the most I've ever seen on the local Austin news talking about Ron Paul. Awesome!

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Is Obama Trolling for Votes? New DHS rules cancel deportations

New DHS rules cancel deportations

The Homeland Security Department said Thursday it will halt deportation proceedings on a case-by-case basis against illegal immigrants who meet certain criteria such as attending school, having family in the military or are primarily responsible for other family members’ care.

The move, announced in letters to Congress, won immediate praise from Hispanic activists and Democrats who had chided President Obama for months for the pace of deportations and had argued he had authority to exempt broad swaths of illegal immigrants from deportation.

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