Red Alert! The 'Cyber Intelligence Sharing & Protection Act' CISPA (HR 3523) Already Has Over 100 Co-sponsorsSubmitted by dream00 on Thu, 04/19/2012 - 23:55
Link to the EFF's Action Page
This bill already has over 100 Congressional co-sponsors, and is bolting through Congress! This is very upsetting! I just called my PA Congressman (Rep. Thomas Marino) and asked if he was a co-sponsor. They said, yes. I said, "Well you tell him I said not to support this bill, and if he does the next time his name comes around, HE IS OUT!"
THIS BILL WILL GIVE THEM CONTROL OF THE INTERNET!!!!! I am told it is worse than SOPA, the last bill they tried to control the internet with. Everyone yelled and SOPA was taken off the floor.
WE CAN DO IT AGAIN!!!!! PLEASE STOP RIGHT NOW AND CALL!!!!!!
Text, cosponsors & full information from Open Congress: H.R.3523 - Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act of 2011
Ron Paul packed the house again tonight at Cornell University. The Revolution continues…
We Are All Patrick Henry!
I just quit the NRA and signed up for the GOA. I did it because the GOA recognizes that Ron Paul is a champion of the second amendment while the NRA just tries to scare us gunowners to get legislation through that benefits the powerful. The lobbied against Rand Paul's gun legislation and sent members an email bragging about passage of the NDAA because of a provision they attached to it allowing active duty military to have guns in their homes without having to register them. While this is admirable, they made no mention of the indefinate detention clause and to top it off, let Mitt Romney address their convention in St. Louis!
April 19, 2012 3:30 pm
Kaitlynn Riely / The Pittsburgh Press
Mitt Romney may have the money, the delegate lead and the momentum to become the Republican nominee for president, but the Ron Paul campaign keeps on rolling.
On Friday, it will roll into Pittsburgh.
Ron isn't even listed in the drop-down filter as a Candidate!
Ed in Phoenix - MAD AS HELL
Charles Goyette NY Times bestselling author of The Dollar Meltdown joins Daily Paul Radio with Kurt Wallace for a special book review interview ‘Red and Blue and Broke All Over by Charles Goyette’. We discuss several powerful chapters of his new book including the blessings of liberty, fascism and crony capitalism and the dollar endgame.
David Gergen, CNN TV commentator and Harvard professor, refuses to answer fundamental questions about our political system. He will not answer whether you can live well if other people can legally gang up on you and forcefully take your money? He will not answer whether the Declaration of Independence contains a limited government view or does it support the view that the government should redistribute its citizens wealth? Nor will he answer whether other people's children should have a legal right to your money? Gergen does not want to answer any of these questions, that he calls philosophical, and decides to leave. Part 4
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I recently found this book, 'Why Ron Paul Should Not Be President' on Amazon and thought I'd share it with you guys. It was actually published last year, so I'm not sure if everyone has seen it or not. For those who haven't, I thought you'd get a kick out of it:
Text by Ralph Nader
Paul, 76, draws a distinction between libertarian conservatives and those corporatist conservatives entrenching a corporate state in which Big Business merges with Big Government. That's why he is against bailouts. His defense of privacy and civil liberties and his opposition to the war on drugs endear him to people beyond his libertarian base. They even include some progressives who cannot abide his views against health, safety and economic regulations or his denunciation of the Federal Reserve's fiat money and social-welfare programs like Medicare.
Full List of TIME 100:
2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul drew a remarkable 2,000-plus supporters and undecided voters to his University of Rhode Island town hall meeting.
Big crowds comprised of the university and general community greeted the 12-term Congressman from Texas less than one week ahead of the state’s Tuesday, April 24th Republican primary, and the day prior to the Paul campaign airing its celebrated television ad ‘The Plan’ to cement support in time for the Ocean State’s nominating contest.
Dr. Paul’s college campus town hall meeting took place at 7:00 p.m. ET in the University of Rhode Island’s Keaney Gymnasium, located on Tootell Road in South Kingstown, RI 02881. At the event, Dr. Paul discussed his platform of constitutionally-limited government, restoring civil and economic liberties, and elements of his path-breaking ‘Plan to Restore America.’
I've been tabling here in California, and it's clear that Ron Paul has a lot of support.
But we have a problem.
Most Californians don't realize that they must register Republican in order to vote for Ron Paul in the June 5th primary. They are confused because they know that California just switched to Open primaries, but they do not know that they are open for everything EXCEPT the Presidential race, which is still Closed. (Even the Blue Republican video got this wrong at first.) So lots of people will be heading to polls to vote for Dr. Paul only to find that they cannot vote for him.
WE NEED TO GET THE WORD OUT to Californians that they need to Register Republican by May 21st in order to vote for Ron Paul on June 5th. And we need to continually encourage them to do so because for many of them it is ... emotionally difficult.
For example, I posted on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter this:
The Ron Paul 2012 Presidential campaign condemned today the efforts of the Alaska Republican Party and its chairman Randy Reudrich to disenfranchise Paul and other non-Romney delegates to the party’s upcoming state convention. In doing so, the Paul campaign also announced that it will utilize all legal tools at its disposal to prevent or reverse the state party’s illegal efforts to omit non-Romney delegates to the convention.
The state party-initiated conflict in this regard is especially worrisome and politically sensitive as the Paul campaign believes it won a significant portion of delegates at the Alaska State House district conventions already held. The Paul camp anticipates that its delegate tally at the upcoming state convention will increase as supporters of former candidate Rick Santorum – including fellow prolife supporters – defect to the Paul camp or become non-Romney delegates to the Republican National Convention to be held late August in Tampa, Florida. In light of this, the issue has national party and political implications because it affects the conversation that will occur in Tampa over whether constitutionally-limited government and an authentic commitment to the sanctity of life will prevail over the status quo.