"On Thursday, Rep. Ron Paul called into The Savage Nation to speak with the infamous bestselling author, and TRN's nationally syndicated radio host, Michael Savage about the plunge in the stock market and the weakness of the US economy. I believe this is a first for Dr. Paul- kudos to Savage for having the courage to speak with the one statesman and presidential candidate willing to to restore America's borders, language, and culture!"
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It's always a good laugh hearing what kruggy has on his mind but sometimes you get a little nugget of gold. I guess us "Ron Paul Types" should feel personally responsible we didn't have a recovery. Helicopter ben never got a chance to drop all the money kruggy wanted.
Montel Williams on Freedom Watch: "For 36 Years Federal Govt Has Been Growing Marijuana & Dispensing It As Medicine"Submitted by telepathic on Fri, 08/05/2011 - 03:38
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August 3, 2011 | AlterNet
Somewhere on this planet an American commando is carrying out a mission. Now, say that 70 times and you’re done... for the day. Without the knowledge of the American public, a secret force within the U.S. military is undertaking operations in a majority of the world’s countries. This new Pentagon power elite is waging a global war whose size and scope has never been revealed, until now.
After a U.S. Navy SEAL put a bullet in Osama bin Laden’s chest and another in his head, one of the most secretive black-ops units in the American military suddenly found its mission in the public spotlight. It was atypical. While it’s well known that U.S. Special Operations forces are deployed in the war zones of Afghanistan and Iraq, and it’s increasingly apparent that such units operate in murkier conflict zones like Yemen and Somalia, the full extent of their worldwide war has remained deeply in the shadows.
Over at The Free Independent Sun, the Green Party looks at the Daily Paul as a model, along with other strategies from the grassroots campaign for Ron Paul:
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Coalition unites school choice advocates for Paul
August 04, 2011
LAKE JACKSON, Texas--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The 2012 Ron Paul Presidential Campaign today announced the national “Homeschoolers for Ron Paul” coalition to energize voters who value educational choice.
“As a homeschooling father of four, I'm proud to support Congressman Paul for the Presidency. Dr. Paul consistently advocates for the proper role of the federal government in education—that is, no such role – and against both political parties that wish to exercise even greater federal control,” said education choice advocate James Mills.
When Obama launched his re-election propaganda campaign to trick the American public into thinking that he intends to end the Af-Pak War, he said that the “War on Terror” has cost $1 trillion over the past decade. While that is a staggering amount of money, he was being deceitful once again.
As you may have heard, a newly released study by the Eisenhower Research Project at Brown University revealed that the cost of the War on Terror is significantly greater than Obama has said. The little passing coverage the study received in the mainstream press cited $3.7 trillion as the total cost, which was the most conservative estimate. The moderate estimate, which the mainstream media ignored, was $4.4 trillion. In addition, interest payments on these costs will most likely exceed $1 trillion, which brings the total cost up to at least $5.4 trillion. The report also states that the following costs are not even included in this total:
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Ron Paul announced a five-city Iowa bus tour next week with his son, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, as part of an increasingly intense straw poll effort aimed at coming in strong at Ames.
Paul himself said that coming in at anything less than third place would be a disappointment on Tuesday, the first time he’s publicly pegged his expectations. But after years of dominating smaller, less contested straw polls, Paul’s facing a new situation at Ames. Since only Iowa residents can cast votes in the straw poll, he’s had to focus on making inroads to new voters, rather than relying on his small but fervid group of grassroots supporters who trekked across the country without any involvement — or even explicit encouragement — to back him.
With their eyes on the legitimacy that they believe a win in Ames, or even a strong finish, would provide, the Paul campaign is gearing up with time on the ground and building organizational support.
In addition to the bus trip, Paul’s campaign has bought bundles of tickets to offer supporters at steeply discounted prices — or completely free if needed...