Ron Paul Michael Smerconish interview Philadelphia (13 min)
Ron Paul NPR Report New Hampshire (4 min)
Ron Paul Bernanke Joint Econ Committee (16 min)
"Our Whole Economic System is a Sub-Prime!!"
Ron Paul Nashua Telegraph Editorial Board NH Q&A (60 min)
Ron Paul CNN Wolf Blitzer interview (8 min)
Ron Paul CNBC Kudlow interview & Panel Discussion (10 min)
This is an accurate account of who raised what... the others did not come close! And, only 1.9% have maxxed? Wow. We have room to grow!
More good press:
In this AP story, Sidoti talks about how NH residents did not want Dole or Bush, but they preferred Pat Buchanan, whose platform was much like Ron's and who is often rooting for Ron on TV shows nowadays.
Among other things, she opines:
"Paul, a libertarian-leaning long-shot Texas congressman, could emerge as a serious contender in the "Live Free or Die" state."
And finally she admits that Huckabee lacks the money to be a serious contender:
The whole planet votes; it's no contest.
If you ever have a temporary moment of doubt that Ron Paul is not doing well enough, visit...
I think the $4.2m MoneyBomb day helped spread awareness, because now Ron Paul has over 30,000 votes. No other republican candidate has even broken 1,000! The next highest score is Barack Obama.
Annoying? I doubt it!
"I don't know how it happens that you've put my slogan on your license plates!" -- Ron Paul, 11.7.2007
Ron Paul was in NH today for several media appearances.
He spoke with the Nashua Telegraph's editorial board and then to some students at Nashua High School.
This is not the actual 60 minute interview with the Telegraph. The actual interview will be available online, on Thursday morning.
By Michael Nystrom | November 7, 2007
Originally published at Bull! Not bull
[Editor's note - the title of this piece comes from Chapter VII of John Kenneth Galbraith's excellent account of the 1929 Crash titled The Great Crash, a book well worth reviewing at this critical market juncture.]
Judging from recent market action - oil approaching $100, gold nearing its all time high of $850, and the dollar setting new all-time lows daily - things indeed appear to be getting more serious. I'll start with the Dow simply because it is the headline number, the one that everyone hears about. Even those who know little to nothing about the market in general are familiar with it from news summaries and headlines. But headlines don't tell the whole story:
I've spoken directly with Ron Paul PCC about the info I'm posting to make sure that it lines up with what the campaign is doing and they've given me the go-ahead to post this.
There is a new vanity toll-free number that rings directly into Ron Paul's Presidential Campaign Headquarters - 1-877-RON-PAUL. It is yet one more tool that we, the grassroots supporters of Ron Paul, can utilize in getting Ron Paul into the White House.
Nov. 7 - Reported by Avery Knapp
Ron Paul beat Rudy Giuliani (and all other candidates) in the first New York State Republican Straw Poll.
The debate and straw poll of New York Young Republicans happened on Tuesday, Nov. 6 at the Metropolitan Republican Club in New York City.
Here are the results:
Ron Paul - 26 votes
Rudy Giuliani - 21 votes
Mitt Romney - 6 votes
John McCain - 4 botes
Mike Huckabee - 2 votes
Duncan Hunter - 1 vote
Tom Tancredo - 0 votes
I think Ron stands a much better chance of beating Hillary than Rudy does. What Republican is going to vote for Hillary? And Ron will get the indies, libertarians, constitutionalists and disgruntled republicans along too....bingo! A winner. An amazing jump from an 'unknown' candidate to what would happen against Hillary!
It is what Dr. Paul has been saying all along. Here is the news from Bloomberg:
Nov. 7 (Bloomberg) -- The dollar slid to record lows against the euro and the Canadian dollar after a Chinese government adviser said plans to diversify foreign-exchange reserves will involve buying better-performing currencies.
The currency slumped to a 26-year low against the pound and a 23-year low against the Australian dollar. Cheng Siwei, vice chairman of China's National People's Congress, told a conference in Beijing the country ``will favor stronger currencies'' when adjusting its $1.43 trillion of reserves. He later added that doesn't mean buying more euros.
"We're likely to see further pressure on the dollar,'" said Thomas Harr, senior foreign exchange strategist in Singapore at Standard Chartered Plc, a U.K. bank that makes most of its profit in Asia. "The potential for diversification is quite big. This a structurally negative story for the dollar."
From Ron Paul | November 6, 2007
Amazing! I have to admit being floored by the $4.2 million dollars you raised yesterday for this campaign. And unlike the fatcat operations of the opposition, the average contribution from our 36,672 donors was $103.
I say "you raised," because this historic event was created, organized, and run by volunteers. This is the spirit that has protected American freedom in our past; this is the spirit that is doing so again.
Call to Action
Congressman Ron Paul, America’s best hope for the future.
I recently had the pleasure of personally handing the Honorable Ron Paul (the only member of Congress truly worthy of that title) a $2,300 check (the legal maximum) as my contribution toward his presidential campaign. I have never given one dime to a politician (though Congressman Paul is more of a statesman than a politician) in my life, and you know what; it felt great. It was the best $2,300 I ever spent. The purpose of this email is to urge every single one of my clients, every subscriber to my newsletter, and every one in my database, to make a similar contribution.
There are over 60,000 names in my database. If a significant percentage of us donate $2,300 to Ron Paul, he will have a decent shot at being the Republican nominee, and he is probably the only Republican candidate capable of wining the Presidency in 2008. Come election time, this country will likely be in a severe recession, and Ron Paul is the only Republican able to distance himself from President Bush, who will clearly be blamed for the mess our economy will be in.
This is an amazing, amazing interview - just the kind I like. Tucker gives Dr. Paul plenty of time and room just to talk. Wow. Thank you to 1sageee for uploading it.