By Paul Joseph Watson
Establishment favorite and former Federal Reserve insider Herman Cain brazenly lied during last night’s Republican debate when he denied that he had opposed an audit of the Fed, a claim that was proven false within hours by Ron Paul’s campaign team.
By Steve Watson
Congressman Ron Paul has been placed third in the latest telling poll to emerge from the traditional first primary state of New Hampshire, while Rick Perry could only tie for fifth, seeing his numbers plummet to just 4%.
Harvard University Institute of Politics and New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College poll placed Paul in third with 13% of the vote, making him only one of three candidates to score in double digits.
Herman Cain pulled in 20%, while Mitt Romney led the standings with 38%.
Dylan has tried to bring his MSM resources to bear on Ron Paul's ideas.
We have not given Dylan the same attention that we give to the detractors and hit pieces.
It's time to stop wasting our time and energy reacting and forge ahead doing the things that will put Ron Paul out in front of the pack.
Ron Paul Exclusive: Who’s Regulating Washington?
Great piece from the Washington times
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.
I saw a new poll this morning in Washington Times. Please vote in it:
Just 15 seconds into a question-and-answer session with reporters Wednesday morning, Ron Paul found a way to work in a mention of the Austrian School of economics.
From there, he moved inexorably through the Paul oeuvre: the need for the gold standard, the problem with energy efficient light bulbs, why Greece should declare bankruptcy, why Grover Cleveland was his favorite president, and how our economy is collapsing “just like the Soviet system.”
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Upcoming Straw Polls: Orlando Sept. 22, Mackinac Island Sept. 23-25, Washington, DC Oct. 7-9, Illinois Nov. 5Submitted by AnAppealToHeavenWash on Mon, 09/19/2011 - 13:56
Upcoming Straw Polls (Please Bump for Local/State Activism)
September 22, 2011, Orlando, Florida – Presidency 5 straw poll
September 23–25, 2011, Mackinac Island, Michigan – Michigan Republican Party's 29th Biennial Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference straw poll
October 7–9, 2011, Washington, D.C. – Values Voter Straw Poll
A letter to the editor appeared in Tuesday, September 13th 2011's Washington Times page B2, Commentary section, written by Joshua Lipana of Manila. The title is APPALLED AT PAUL'S FOREIGN VIEWS. It is short. Someone please respond, intelligently. www.washingtontimes.com
It does not indicate it can be submitted any other way than e-mail, but check. Fewer than 350 words, please. Let me know if you are unable to find it.
For someone who complained about a lack of media attention, Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul got plenty from The Washington Post this week.
Our ombudsman, Patrick B. Pexton, devoted this past weekend’s column to our coverage of Paul and concluded the Post had a “sparse” record.
The Fix responded with this post explaining why the media might be wary of putting Paul on heavy rotation on its pages.
It has been interesting to watch the television, Internet and newspaper coverage of Ron Paul’s campaign for president so far.
The media clearly believe that he is not a mainstream candidate, but rather is “extreme” and “marginal.”
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