2 votes

CBS News - Ron Paul: Time To Stop Spending Trillions On War

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul said Monday that America could save trillions of dollars if the country cut funding from wars - "and all the nonsense that we do around the world."

The Texas Representative argued in Monday's Republican presidential debate that, rather than eliminating programs like Social Security and prescription drug benefits for seniors, America could reduce trillions' worth of spending in conflicts abroad .

2 votes

Registering to vote for Ron Paul

Hi all! I've never voted before because I felt I'd be voting for "the lesser evil", until i discovered Ron Paul. I desperately want to vote for him and get others to as well. What do I register as to vote for him? I assumed republican but I've heard people call him libertarian so I just want to make sure I do everything right! If I don't get to vote for this man, I'll regret it forever!

3 votes

9/8/2011 - Contacting AC/DC, Yoko Ono, and Chuck Norris! and Ryanwin bags another big score, this time from Rosanne Barr!

Here are today's list! Ryanwin has had another breakthrough! With comedian Rosanne Barr this time via twitter! Here is his twitter page below. Please help win her over by following up on his efforts. Thank you and great job Ryanwin!


Submitted by ryanwin on Wed, 09/07/2011 - 21:16.

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Time Magazine Article missing?

I just went to the store to pick up my copy of Time magazine to look at the glorious four page article on Dr. Paul, and lo and behold the article isn't there. There is one on Perry. Is it going to be next week or did they change their mind?

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TIME Magazine Pens Five Page Spread To Convince America Ron Paul Can’t Win

Time Magazine's 5 page spread on our candidate Ron Paul hits the stands today. However, a contradictory agenda spills out the corporate media's propaganda and talking point that Ron Paul can't win and that his views are too 'radical'.The article shares quotes from the article's author's personal website.

Read more here:


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Al Sharpton "Ron Paul is more of a Prophet than a Power Broker"

Honest and fair discussion regarding upcoming Times article.


2 votes

TIME: Ron Paul, The Prophet

"Twilight descends in new Hampshire as an old man climbs onto his soapbox. LIBERTY: TOO BIG TO FAIL reads a banner hanging in the jam-packed tent."

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2090364,00....

For those of you with TIME subscriptions, feel free do read the entire article. For those of us without subscriptions, I think a nice return on site traffic should boost this article onto the front pages...

In liberty,

2 votes

TIME: The Prophet

Unfortunately, you need to be subscribed to read the whole article. If anyone could post it it would be greatly appreciated!!


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Which video should I send?

What single video do you recommend I send to a friend who knows nothing about Ron Paul? Raised in a family that thinks Ron Paul is an "isolationist" and is crazy for suggesting we provoked 9/11.... I need something that explains most of his positions and reasons/principles that those positions are based on.

TIME: The Ron Paul Revolution

It sometimes seems as if someone is playing a cruel practical joke on Ron Paul. He goes to a college and delivers the same speech he's given for the past 30 years of his political career, the one espousing the Austrian school of economics. Only now the audience is packed with hundreds...

Read More: http://www.time.com/time/politics/article/0,8599,1678661,00....

Digg Link: http://digg.com/2008_us_elections/TIME_The_Ron_Paul_Revolution

Ron Paul for President 2.0 in Time Magazine Online

In an article entitled "Ron Paul for President 2.0" Time Magazine marvels at the amount of Dr. Paul's web support and discusses reasons why this is not reflected in the polls and finally asks this question:

Can his wired supporters take a break from shout-outs, sending virtual drinks and writing on virtual walls to shut down their computers and go out and vote?

I think the answer is YES!

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