20 votes

Something smells funny.

Does it sound a little fishy that the current administration is on the ropes, and then this Alleged Terror Plot comes up? Here's a link you should see:


0 votes

Romney Picks Notorious Neocon As Lead Foreign Policy Adviser


by Kurt Nimmo

GOP front-runner Mitt Romney – who has promised us another century of mass murder and crimes against humanity – has picked a neocon as his new foreign policy adviser.

Walid Phares is a Lebanese terrorism “expert” who often makes the rounds to denounce enemies of the empire (usually Iran and Syria) and is featured as a speaker by Benador Associates, a public relations outfit promoting the worst of the worst in the neocon constellation.

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Romney Picks Notorious Neocon as lead Foreign Policy Advisor

Romney Picks Notorious Neocon as lead Foreign Policy Advisor

GOP front-runner Mitt Romney – who has promised us another century of mass murder and crimes against humanity – has picked a neocon as his new foreign policy adviser.


0 votes

Ron Paul Leads Hearing On First Ever Audit Of Fed

by Steve Watson

Texas Congressman and 2012 presidential candidate Ron Paul held hearings Tuesday into a recent and rare one off audit of the Federal Reserve’s crisis-response emergency lending programs of 2008.

In his role as chairman of the Domestic Monetary Policy subcommittee, Paul relished the glimmer of transparency that was afforded as part of the Dodd-Frank Act, signed into law last year.

36 votes

The crime of making Americans aware of their own history

This is by far the BEST article I have read with FACTS exposing the neocon lies. Paul IS 100% RIGHT

"Is history getting too close for comfort for the fragile little American heart and mind? Their schools and their favorite media have done an excellent job of keeping them ignorant of what their favorite country has done to the rest of the world, but lately some discomforting points of view have managed to find their way into this well-defended American consciousness.

1 vote

1 in 3 vets say Iraq, Afghan wars a waste

Now RP has another nice poll to go along with his foreign policy position. Couple this with his military donations and watch the neocons squirm.

1 in 3 vets say Iraq, Afghan wars a waste - CBS

14 votes

Epic foreign policy interview with Rand Paul explaining his father's positions on the Hugh Hewitt show..

A whole bunch of uneducated neocons commenting on this. They sincerely need an education and some down thumbing. (Please give educated fact based responses and forget the name calling.)


1 vote

Ron Paul makes sense on foreign policy

Ron Paul makes sense on foreign policy
By John Ferland
Monday, Oct. 3, 2011

In the most recent Republican presidential debate, former Sen. Rick Santorum attacked Rep. Ron Paul by saying he claimed Americans invited the attacks on 9-11. When Rudolph Giuliani made the same accusation in 2007, Paul responded with a reading list including the 9-11 Commission Report and the book Blowback by Chalmers Johnson.

6 votes

Concord Seniors: Ron Paul Is ‘Sincere VIDEO]

U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, brought his presidential campaign to Concord last week, making stops all around the city. Those stops included a talk with employees at Lincoln Financial, a bike ride through East Concord, and question and answer session with residents of Havenwood-Heritage Heights, a retirement community located in the eastern part of the city.

4 votes

Video: Tom Woods on Ron Paul's foreign policy


Tom Woods lays out a great argument for any conservative who finds issue with Ron Paul's foreign policy. A must watch for anyone who says, "I like Ron Paul, but if don't like his foreign policy"

Spread this around. Send it to your family and friends. Tom has such a great way of gently persuading.

1 vote

Ron Paul's Greatest Speech: "What if"

Definitely one of my favorite RP speeches, but I've never seen this video that someone made of it. It's good stuff.


Speech text:

Maddam Speaker,
I have a few questions for my colleagues.

What if we wake up one day and realize that the terrorist threat is a predictable consequence of our meddling in the affairs of others?

0 votes

Make legal weed, states Frank-Paul marijuana bill

Legalizing cannabis is a concept that will not soon go away. Bi-partisan legislation sponsored by Massachusetts's Rep. Barney Frank and Rep. Ron Paul of Texas tries to get rid of control over cannabis from the federal government's metal grip. According to Reason, states will then have the ability to choose on their own the best way to manage cannabis, including how to get tax profits. Source for this article - Frank-Paul pot bill seeks to legalize marijuana by Newsytype.com.

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Foreign Policy Debate

I have been following Paul for awhile now and one of the most common things I hear people disagreeing with is his foreign policy. My father is pretty much on the fence with Ron as a few of my friends (Neo-cons!. They just think any republican will be better than Obama. Almost all of these people agree with Paul 90 percent of the issues. How can we Paul supporters convince these types of people that we don't need to have bases around the world to be safe? On top of that, the only way we are going to fix this spending problem is to cut war.

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