Ron Paul will be visiting NY on April 19th, 7PM at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, just days before the NY Presidential primary on April 24th (Remember to vote!) Cornell University has one of the largest Youth for Ron Paul chapters, and the auditorium only seats over 4500, so reserve your seat at:
Ron Paul, Ithaca, NY, April 19th.
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For those in the Capital District Area (Albany, Troy, Schenectady, Saratoga, etc), there is a bus leaving SUNY Albany going to Cornell and back, Buy your tickets now beofre its too late:
Round 2 is complete. This one has better video quality. Thanks everyone for the great feedback on the first video. Over 2000 views so far.. AWESOME!!! Thank you Daily Paul!
I'm going to try to get one more video out this week. Please share these EVERYWHERE!
Remember Sherry Peel Jackson? Former IRS agent?
Here is what she has to say about that charge:
Many of you don’t know that Ron Paul played a part in my rescue when I was in prison. First, let me say that I met Ron Paul a couple of times before I went to the slammer, and he and his wife were gracious and warm. Even though we didn’t get together during the filming of Aaron Russo’s movie America: Freedom To Fascism, both of us were featured in the movie.
We live in a world where it is no longer enough to be Mr. Universe, then the wealthiest actor in Hollywood, then married to a hot news anchor from the premiere American political dynasty family. To be truly satisfied, apparently, one must knock a knowledgable accountant out of a big race to fix your state's budget crisis, then sit on the Governor's throne, and then boink the maid. For the record, "Conan the Republican" left the California governatorship as a card-carrying liberal. I warned my friends working for his 2003 Total Recall campaign to not come crying to me when he sells them down the river. They came crying to me anyway. Every dark cloud has a silver lining, though; the accountant who lost the state race to Arnold is now Congressman McClintock and Mr. Universe is back in the entertainment business.
Be there and help welcome Dr. Paul to Rhode Island - FREE! To RSVP for the event, please click here: http://ronpaulaturi.eventbrite.com/ The RSVP will allow you to enter the rally at 6 p.m. General attendees will be able to enter at 6:30 p.m., and the rally will start at 7 p.m.
Note: Mitt Romney is appearing Wednesday at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Warwick. This Ron Paul appearance days before the primary will blow Mitt out of the water!
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Statement to the Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy Hearing on "The Future of Money: Coin Production," April 17, 2012.
There is an old German saying that goes, “whoever does not respect the penny is not worthy of the dollar.” It expresses the sense that those who neglect or ignore the small things cannot be trusted with larger things, and fittingly describes the problems facing both the dollar and our nation today. For nearly a century monetary policy has been delegated to the Federal Reserve System. Congress has ignored the importance of monetary policy and relegated monetary oversight to the sidelines, considering it less important than such matters as welfare spending, warfare spending, and who to tax and how much they should be taxed. While Congress has dithered, the Federal Reserve has destroyed the value of the dollar, so much so that the metal value of our already much-debased token coinage now exceeds its face value.
The cost to mint pennies and nickels is alleged to be more than double their face value, so that the Mint loses tens of millions of dollars every year by placing them into circulation. Inflation continues to erode the purchasing power of the penny and nickel, so that many consumers find it aggravating and time-consuming to fish around for small change. But changing the composition of the penny and nickel to steel fails to address the root cause behind currency debasement. It also fails to provide a viable solution both for the devalued dollar and for our circulating coinage.
Review at Foreign Policy Journal:
Jeremy R. Hammond, Ron Paul vs. Paul Krugman: Austrian vs. Keynesian economics in the financial crisis (2012).
The reader does not have to be highly knowledgeable about the world of economic theory to understand Ron Paul vs. Paul Krugman. Clearly written, and with an obvious and well supported perspective, the short work highlights some of the aspects of all the political discussions about free markets, government intervention, and how certain authorities—essentially Krugman in this study—are quite willing to change their words to suit their own purposes. Krugman’s main purpose appears to be to avoid accepting any blame for the financial mess that the U.S. and thus the world is currently immersed in.
"This discussion, by leaving out much of the economic jargon, presents a clear case that Ron Paul has it right and has been consistent, and still is consistent, with his views and advocacy for true free market action."
Continue reading at: Review at Foreign Policy Journal
Waukesha WI – Waukesha County District Attorney Brad Schimel today opened an investigation into the “Subs-for-Votes” scandal. Yesterday while wrapping up his Wisconsin tour the Romney Campaign bought $500 worth of Cousin’s subs to encourage the crowd to hit the polls and vote for Romney. Unfortunately for Romney there are a few things that you can’t do on election day in Wisconsin, and Rep. Paul Ryan who was arm-in-arm with with Romney throughout the ordeal neglected to tell the presidential candidate that the distribution of goods on election day is illegal
I got bored.. more to come. Please share, and 'like'.
How much more are the american people going to take of this attack on our civil liberties. This is likely to end badly..
Feds to watch for suspicious activity, pre-crime behavior
Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars.com
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
A new program in Houston will place undercover TSA agents and police officers on buses whose job it will be to perform bag searches, watch for “suspicious activity” and interrogate passengers in order to ‘curb crime and terrorism’.
Democratic Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee unveiled the program, labeled Bus Safe, during a press conference on Friday. According to a Metropolitan Transit Authority of Houston (METRO) press release, agencies involved in the scheme will, “ride buses, perform random bag checks, and conduct K-9 sweeps, as well as place uniformed and plainclothes officers at Transit Centers and rail platforms to detect, prevent and address latent criminal activity or behavior.”
“While local law enforcement agencies focus on overall safety measures noted above, representatives with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will also be on hand, lending their counter-terrorism expertise and support during the exercise,” states the press release.
“If you think you’re going to be a bad actor on buses, get ready. You are going to have a short-lived time frame,” Jackson Lee said during the press conference. The Congresswoman is a staunch advocate of the TSA, having recently chastised the passage of a new law that allows airports to evict TSA agents and replace them with private screeners by claiming it would lead to a new 9/11-style attack.
Mr. Civil Libertarian is willing to form coalitions on what he considers a "troubling" issue - Attorney General Holder's declaration that American citizens can be assassinated in the name of terrorism. Please watch and enjoy:
"In 1790, the very first Congress—which incidentally included 20 framers—passed a law that included a mandate: namely, a requirement that ship owners buy medical insurance for their seamen. This law was then signed by another framer: President George Washington. That’s right, the father of our country had no difficulty imposing a health insurance mandate."
E-mail from Texas National Committeeman Bill Crocker:
"Please plan to attend the SD [Senate District] conventions next Saturday and bring all your friends. We need to be sure we are not overwhelmed by the Ron Paul people, who still want to send a list of all Ron Paul people to the state convention."