by Linda Hunnicutt
The Revolution Freedom Festival will celebrate the patriots hard work all year, a great time and place for a Summer Vacation for the whole family. Learn survival skills for the hard times coming, and sensible solutions to very difficult problems.
Come out and enjoy workshops, seminars and lots of good times. Network with like minded people from all over the country and meet some of the people you have come to respect for their public stance on the condition of our government.
We have every thing in place, site, date and time good for everyone. There are over 5,000 people pledged to come not counting the special guests. From the way we are getting reservations even more will show up. We have billboards up, radio ads on, newspaper ads and intend to make this one historic event.
Ron Paul's message will not die, we cannot allow that to happen. We all need to stay focused on the path ahead stop bickering and quarreling. Use your common sense, support events and people that will uplift and support Freedom for Everyone!
See the website for new additions as they are confirmed.
You won't want to miss this event.
Running for Miami-Dade Senate District 35. Loads of illegals, need someone who can be fair and just to all. I live just north of his district (we have a convicted felon as our representative, just in case anyone wants to run against him!) Santoro's website is worth taking a look at, figured I'd help him by spreading the word to the revolutionaries!
America's massive military budget is irrational, costly and dangerous. Why isn't it a campaign issue?
By Robert Scheer
June 1, 2008
What should be the most important issue in this election is one that is rarely, if ever, addressed: Why is U.S. military spending at the highest point, in inflation-adjusted dollars, than at any time since the end of World War II? Why, without a sophisticated military opponent in sight, is the United States spending trillions of dollars on the development of high-tech weapons systems that lost their purpose with the collapse of the Soviet Union two decades ago?
You wouldn't know it from the most-exhausting-ever presidential primary campaigns, but the 2009 defense budget commits the United States to spending more (again, in real dollars) to defeat a ragtag band of terrorists than it spent at the height of the Cold War fighting the Soviet superpower and what we alleged were its surrogates in the Korean and Vietnam wars.
The Pentagon's budget for fiscal year 2008 set a post-World War II record at $625 billion, and that does not include more than $100 billion in other federal budget expenditures for homeland security, nuclear weapons and so-called black budget -- or covert -- operations.
3 Recent Ron Paul Articles
One from Canada:
One from the Houston Chronicle (really good one):
And one from a Colorado newspaper:
My Opinion on my first GOP state convention
I attended my first GOP state convention today, and it left me utterly despaired. As I followed other primaries and state conventions, online, I hear the horror stories of the activities at these political events. I can see why our country is in such bad shape. I got to witness firsthand the lack of integrity. Not once did I hear what was “good for the people or the party.” It seemed to me that it was a big game to the politicians, just to see who can get the upper hand for their own personal gain.
Presidential Candidate and New York Times Best-Selling Author, Congressman Ron Paul, has endorsed Steven Vasquez for Congress in the NY 21st District, which includes Albany, Schenectady, Schohaire, and Montgomery counties and parts of Rensselaer (Troy), Saratoga (Waterford), and Fulton (Gloversville) counties. Steven has been one of the leaders in Ron Paul's grassroots campaign in the Capital Region, and is now continuing the movement to restore responsible government by running for Congress.
Here is Ron Paul's endorsement:
Complete information: RevolutionMarch.com
Where: Washington, D.C.
When: July 12th, 2008
Why: To let the voice of freedom be heard!
March Start Location: T/B/D
Ron Paul Freedom Rally at the Minnesota GOP Convention
Mayo Memorial Park, 30 Civic Center Drive, Rochester, MN
7:30 AM CT
Ron Paul Freedom Rally
Tri-Lakes Center, 2527 State Highway 248, Branson, MO 65616
7:00 PM CT
With Charles Goyette from Anti War Radio. Part II below:
David Edwards and Muriel Kane
Published: Thursday May 29, 2008
During an appearance at a Long Island bookstore last month, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich was asked by a member of the audience why the United States has not been hit again since 9/11.
From a new interview of Crichton in Slate:
"The biggest change is that contemporary media has shifted from fact to opinion and speculation. You can watch cable news all day and never hear anything except questions like, 'How much will the Rev. Wright hurt Obama's chances?' 'Is Hillary now looking toward 2012?' 'How will McCain overcome the age argument?' These are questions for which there are endless answers. Contentious hosts on cable shows keep the arguments rolling," he says.
Crichton believes that we live in an age of conformity much more confining than the 1950s in which he grew up. Instead of showing news consumers how to approach controversy coolly and intelligently, the media partake of the zealotry and intolerance of many of the advocates they cover. He attributes the public's interest in Mike Huckabee, Ron Paul, and the Rev. Jeremiah Wright to its hunger for a wider range of viewpoints than the mass media provide....
Gardner Goldsmith is host of "Against the Grain with Gardner Goldsmith" on WTPL FM.
Dr. Rand Paul will be on the show today (5/29/2008) at 12:15pm CT
The call-in line is 866-823-1077. You can listen to the show live from the website - click on the "Listen Live" link in the upper right corner.
Mr. Goldsmith is also a Director of the New Hampshire Advantage Coalition, a group working "to preserve and protect the New Hampshire way of life with the underlying goal of local control, no sales or income tax and electing representatives of the people who vow to keep taxes low and limit spending."