81 votes

Following the rules is unethical in Arkansas, apparently.

(By "watching them closely" he means "I'm reading the Daily Paul".)

48 votes

Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk 6/25/12: Get the Government Out of Healthcare!

Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk 6/25/12: Get the Government Out of Healthcare!


152 votes

The Republican National Party is a PRIVATE Club. So they can do WHATEVER they want, right? Not...so...FAST!

Now that I have gotten your attention with the title... (grin)

The oft-repeated meme about you know..."RNC...private club....not subject to laws"...and other nonsense...is certainly a clever straw man that they can try to hide behind.

But watch out...that straw man is about to be vaporized by the white-hot heat of the TRUTH...and that is:


Its that simple.

Let's say I own a private bank...not publicly traded, and I commit fraud...then I commit a crime...and a felony at that.

46 votes

Spike in Government Censorship & Data Mining Requests to Google

Google today released updated data about government requests to remove data from its network or hand over user information, and said that recent trends are "troubling."

"This is the fifth data set that we've released. And just like every other time before, we've been asked to take down political speech," Dorothy Chou, a Google senior policy analyst, wrote in a blog post. "It's alarming not only because free expression is at risk, but because some of these requests come from countries you might not suspect—Western democracies not typically associated with censorship."

Full story:


129 votes

Awesome sign for Ron Paul 2012 that I had to photograph for the Daily Paul

Traveling on I-44 in SW Missouri and seen this awesome sign made out of 10 Ft High white letters.

In can be seen by tens of thousands of interstate travelers a day.

It's in Sarcoxie MO.

Great job to whoever did this


84 votes

This is why we should legalize hemp and the real reason it is illegal.

I am going to plead the case to legalize hemp AND marijuana and explain the real reasons why this plant yes plant is not legal. I also want to make clear that what is categorized as hemp now days is not the same as marijuana although they are usually lumped together as the same thing I assure you they are not . You could smoke a garbage bag full of hemp and you would not get high!

I also need to state I do not smoke marijuana so my opinions as well as my facts are not bias, with that said take a seat and prepare to be shocked about the truth. I came to the conclusion that the only sense this made as to why this plant is illegal is that it didn't make any sense at all!

First I want to speak about medical marijuana and the good it actually does to various terminally ill and sick people around the world. Before some of you say wait a minute we have a synthetic form of marijuana called marinol let me point out some important facts.

If you look at the studies, marinol makes most people physically ill when they take it, even though it is supposed to give the same effect as marijuana. The fact is that it is not natural, it is synthetic, and it is not marijuana. Next time you get a prescription for anything get a list of the side effects of these legal prescription drugs you are taking and watch how quick you get a headache from reading the 3 pages of side effects this single pill could possibly give you. On the other hand in 99.9% of people that take medical marijuana guess what? They don't get physically sick, now why is that? Could it be because it is 100% natural? What do I know I am just some idiot that knows how to read and make an intellegent decision based on facts? Shame on me for educating myself!

I became educated on this subject years ago when my father was diagnosed with terminal bone cancer and he was taking marinol for pain and couldn't hold down his food even after taking this so called wonder drug marinol.

41 votes

Ron Paulville: It's Already Here In Atlanta & It Works!

VIDEO: Freedom Watch on Fox Business News tells the story...

ReasonTV - VIDEO:
While cities across the country are cutting services, raising taxes and contemplating bankruptcy, something extraordinary is happening in a suburban community just north of Atlanta, Georgia.

Since incorporating in 2005, Sandy Springs has improved its services, invested tens of millions of dollars in infrastructure and kept taxes flat. And get this: Sandy Springs has no long-term liabilities.

This is the story of Sandy Springs, Georgia—the city that outsourced everything.

114 votes

I was Stopped by a Sheriff Today

while driving my old pickup to haul household goods to storage for my son, who's moving overseas.

The first thing the sheriff said was to ask about my big plastic Ron Paul sign over the cab (you know, the big flashy magnet-mounted kind) and if I was still going to vote for Ron Paul. Thus began our 15 minute discussion about Ron Paul, The Constitution, Oath Keepers, Constitutional Sheriffs, and Sheriff Joe (of AZ).

After a while, I asked him what I did wrong. He said my right hand mirror was missing, did I lose it recently. I said, "No, it's been gone for decades." We talked more Ron Paul and then he said he had to go. I asked him if I should rearrange the load in my pickup for better visibility. He said, "No it's all right. But you might think about getting another mirror if you ever find one."

We shook hands and that was it. He was just curious about Ron Paul. Weird.

184 votes

Romney Campaign Ousts Ron Paul Delegates in Massachusetts for Not SWEARING to Vote Romney...

Though not a surprise...Still very disturbing. The MASS GOP should be flooded with emails, faxes, and phone calls about this disgusting behavior.




Allocation Committee of the Massachusetts Republican State Committee is responsible for voting to reject the delegates. Here is the Chairman's email:

60 votes

Military Rolls Tanks On To St. Louis Streets...But Why?

Via Zero Hedge:

I have to say that this event, which is being labeled a "training exercise", makes very little sense to me. U.S. Army troops all the way from Maryland running open exercises in armored personnel carriers on the busy streets of St. Louis? I know Maryland is a small state, but is there really not enough room at Ft. Detrick to accommodate a tank column and some troops? Are there not entire fake neighborhood and town complexes built with taxpayer dollars on military bases across the country meant to facilitate a realistic urban environment for troops to train in? And why travel hundreds of miles to Missouri? At the very least, this is a massive waste of funds.

On the other hand, such an action on the part of the Department of Defense makes perfect sense if the goal is to acclimate citizens to the idea of seeing tanks and armed military acting in a policing capacity. Just check out the two random idiots the local news affiliate picked to interview in St. Louis on the subject. Both state that they think the exercise is a "great idea", because having the military on the streets would help to "reduce crime":

93 votes

CNBC Admits We're All Slaves To The Central Bankers


4 sec: "Do we all work for Central Bankers? Is this Global Governance at last? Is it One World.. with the Central Bankers in charge?"

1 min: "To answer your question: We are absolutely slave to Central Banks"

201 votes

For Those Who Wish To Throw A Final Hail Mary Pass In Tampa And Say "No Way!"

I would like to start a thread to forge some ideas about the best strategy to "convert" the so called Romnnney delegates, before they get to the convention. We may have a couple hundred committed delegates, but we'll have thousands more supporters that could help in a number of ways.

Here are some ideas that stood out to me:

286 votes

♠ Time to Concentrate: IDAHO and OREGON State and District Conventions June 21st-23rd

Thursday 21 June - Saturday 23 June 2012: The Idaho State Republican Convention convenes at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls.

No later than 30 days before the State Convention, each Presidential candidate prepares a list of proposed National Convention delegates. 80% of the the National Convention delegates...

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