"What you do on your cell phone is none of their damned business!": Rand Paul thrills CPAC with anti-NSA stemwinder (VIDEO)Submitted by ron_paul_is_awesome on Fri, 03/07/2014 - 19:10
• Paul, a Kentucky senator, got the Conservative Political Action Conference's loudest applause with a libertarian message
• He railed against President Obama for allowing the National Security Agency to seize millions of Americans' phone records with a single warrant
• Paul is seen as a major 2016 presidential contender
• The CPAC even has heard from other crowd favorites Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, Rick Santorum and Donald Trump
• Paul sued the Obama administration, and the president personally, in February over the alleged NSA abuses
By DAVID MARTOSKO, U.S. POLITICAL EDITOR
Unable To Access The Daily Paul During CPAC
I was wondering was it just me or has the dailypaul been down since before 11:30AM Pacific time..
It seems that as Rand Paul was about to speak at CPAC the website went down..hummm
I just accessed the website at 3:05PM PT
Question in Textbook:
Suppose that in the year 2029, the United States should fall into an economic depression worse than that which begain in 1929. If an eloquent political leader should demand the abolition of Congress, the nationalization of the stock market and major industries, and equal distribution of the national income, would you support him and his proposed changes? Why or why not?
Answer in Teacher's Guide:
The CPAC Fox News Poll Was Rigged - I Took It Down
It is important to note that the only person to “see” and authenticate the long form birth certificate of one President Barrack H. Obama is now dead in a plane crash. Even more controversial is the one that they submitted as truth on the Whitehouse.gov website is 10 layered in Photo Shop and thought to be fake. The conspiracy never seems to die.
The second in the 50 States Series on the Daily Paul.
Governor Sean Paenell: 907-465-3500
Lieutenant Governor Mead Treadwell: 907-465-3520
State Legislator US Senator Mark Begich 907-465-4648
Senator Lisa Murkowski
Don't know why I'm telling you. I guess I just want to tell my DP family. I don't have anyone else to tell.
OKALOOSA COUNTY -- A law intended to keep vagrants from sleeping on benches backfired on a Fort Walton Beach family. A visit from a police officer put a damper on their day in the park.
Michelle McCormick and her husband brought their kids to Fort Walton Landing to try and enjoy the sunshine. But Fort Walton Beach has a law that prohibits sleeping or lounging in the park for "protracted periods of time."
"Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain, the GOP's standard-bearer in the 2008 presidential race, is now the least popular senator in the country, according to a Public Policy Polling survey released Thursday.
In a survey of his own state voters, only 30 percent said they like the job he's doing; 54 percent disapprove, the poll showed.
What the founding fathers got wrong -- and right.