Ron Paul Nation,
The Massachusetts delegates need your help, and Time is of the essence. I assume your all familiar with our situation, and we are very close to having our story go national. We need all you to go to facebook and other sites of national media and post one of the snippets bellow on their wall or emailor place anywhere you think NATIONAL media will see it. I know the following sites check their walls:
PLEASE POST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
Mitt Romney disqualifies a first-generation Columbian single mother, who is a nurse as a delegate:
Please sign our petition:
GOP commits voter fraud:
The House will be voting on Ron Paul's HR 459, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, on Tuesday, July 24.
Please CALL your Representative on MONDAY and urge him/her to vote YES on HR 459.
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Yesterday, conservatives gathered in Charlotte, NC to protest unconstitutional and undeclared wars. The protest, which had close to 250 people at the height of the rally, was met with positive coverage by the media.
Wounded soldiers, politicians and local preachers were among the crowd aiming to educate the public, said organizer Daniel Rufty. Though the event targeted conservative Republicans, it was open to anyone.
“We are trying to put pressure on our representatives,” Rufty said. “The goal is to bring soldiers back from the war. ...We’re not against war, we’re against undeclared wars.”
Rufty defined an undeclared war as a conflict that lacks a formal declaration of war by Congress. He uses the United States’ wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as involvement in Libya, as examples of conflicts fought without declarations being issued.
World War II was the last time the U.S. issued a formal declaration of war.
Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2012/07/21/3396646/conserva...
Aurora shooting suspect James Holmes jailed in solitary: ‘All the inmates were talking about killing him’Submitted by emalvini on Sat, 07/21/2012 - 23:59
'He was spitting at the door and spitting at the guards,' a just-released inmate told the Daily News. 'He's spitting at everything. Dude was acting crazy.'
BY MATTHEW LYSIAK IN AURORA, COLO. AND LARRY MCSHANE | NEW YORK DAILY NEWS | JUL 21, 2012
EXCLUSIVE: Remorseless mass-murder suspect James Holmes was locked up alone Saturday over fears that the self-proclaimed Joker would become a target for other inmates.
The man accused in the Colorado movie theater massacre was still behaving erratically on the day after his rampage at a midnight screening of “The Dark Night Rises” — the last film in the Batman trilogy.
“Let’s just say he hasn’t shown any remorse,” a jail employee told the Daily News. “He thinks he’s acting in a movie.”
A released inmate said Holmes’ behavior behind bars was increasingly irrational.
“He was spitting at the door and spitting at the guards,” the inmate told The News. “He's spitting at everything. Dude was acting crazy.”
Mike's facts are a little off like many others in the media - Ron actually HAS attained a plurality in more than 5 states and therefore will be speaking - but this is still a good listen. He 'gets it' that the Republican Party is dead if they shut out the growing Ron Paul liberty faction.
http://youtu.be/uiVRgdSQ8sk - Part 1
Warning...not PG...R rated. If you are offended by strong language, do not watch.
I am the last person who could be called a GJ supporter, but if these results are any indication, it seems alot of people agree with him. Click on each state to see who the majority of participants from the state support.
One question I have though is; how many people will vote either straight Dem or GOP regardless of issues? Not scientific, but an interesting site not the less.
In the wake of a massacre at a Batman showing in Colorado, fears are arising that the government will use the shooting to implement TSA-inspired molestations at theaters. What is your opinion? Do you believe this is possible?
Since the Friday shooting at the Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, the Twitterverse was filled with postings from people worried about multiplex security patting down folks and searching their bags.
The National Association of Theatre Owners has already announced intentions to collaborate with police on new "security procedures," whatever that means.
By DJ Pangburn | Death and Taxes Magazine
It’s been rather quiet on the Ron Paul front, but the presidential candidate recently questioned Federal Reserve Chairmen Ben Bernanke on monetary policy, one of the Libertarian’s favorite themes.
While Paul’s quest to end the Fed, or to at least increase its transparency, may seem to be a losing battle to many observers, he’s certainly educated the public on the Fed’s culpability in encouraging reckless banking and investment practices, as well as government largesse.
More at Death and Taxes Magazine
My wife has been in the hospital for 7 days. Hopefully she will be getting out today. I've been using my laptop to get online but ever since I've been here I been staring at a brand new PC that has a fold up keyboard and is on a swing rack which has it tucked up against the wall. It's online and hooked up so I know its not waitng to be "setup". Its got its network ID and all that jazz. But it has not been touched since she has been here...and there is one in every room. The nurses now use a laptop sitting on top of a roll cart for all their data entry...an no doctor has ever used anything but their iphone.
All that computer does is sit there wasting energy with a floating windows screensaver. Windows XP at that! it's not the energy that I care about...it's the contract that Dell keeps getting to "refresh" these damn computers every 3 years and most are not used.
Oh well, I listened to 1/2 of the audio book version of "The Revolution" by Ron Paul last night. I was at the part where he explained how fcuked up our health care system is when I woke up this morning and was once again staring at the windows screensaver. (I've been sleeping up here with my wife...other than my daughter who is in college...I'm all she has)
Also, long story short but my wife has crohns disease and I litterally had to BEG the doctor to feed her some intraveinous vitamin C and multivitamins. They DO NOT want to give my wife anything but big pharma drugs.
by Doug Noble | CounterPunch
July 19, 2012
“A broad-gauged program of targeted assassination has now displaced counterinsurgency as the prevailing expression of the American way of war.” –Andrew Bacevich 
This spring the US drone killing program has come out of the closet. Attorney General Eric Holder publicly defended the drone killing of an American citizen , while Obama’s counter terrorism czar John Brennan publicly explained and justified the target killing program . And a New York Times article by Jo Becker and Scott Shane chronicled Obama’s personal role in vetting a secret “Kill List.” 
Hope no one's planning on committing any thought crimes.
"The FBI could use this to flag potential wrongdoers"
For many Americans, homeownership is the epitome of living the American dream. Yet, in towns with high tumbling home prices and double-digit vacancy rates, median-priced homes now cost the equivalent of new American cars — except, as investments go, they’re slightly more risky.
Call it the dark side of the American dream – but if you can only afford to buy just one, which would you choose? In hard-hit cities, why own a home when you can rent one without the risk of foreclosure if your job falls through? Or, for about the same money, you can sport new wheels, facing only the risk of repossession — a lesser credit report complication than a foreclosure. While a car is unlikely to increase in value, its depreciation is both more manageable and predictable than a home.
“Buying a home in most places is risky,” says Jed Kolko, chief economist and head of analytics at real estate site Trulia. These high risks in towns such as Detroit, Michigan or Youngstown, Ohio have helped depress housing prices. And until the labor market improves there’s no real chance of a strong recovery in housing. “Towns with a history of job losses probably won’t see big price gains, especially if they have high vacancy rates, because it means buyers have a lot of homes to choose from,” says Kolko.
Read more: Cities Where Homes Cost Less Than a Car - 24/7 Wall St. http://247wallst.com/2012/07/20/cities-where-homes-cost-less...