January 16, 2012
Ron vs. Mitt

January 14, 2012

Let’s do this.

The time is now. There is no “waiting”.

Saving is not strategic anymore, it is only TRAGIC.

Give it all. Give it now. There will be no better time.

December 19, 2011
Ron Paul Takes Complete Lead in Iowa!

Ron Paul Takes Complete Lead in Iowa!

December 18, 2011
Why a Tea Party conservative now supports Ron Paul...including his foreign policy.

Ask any conservative about Ron Paul and you will usually hear the following statement: “I love him on fiscal policy but his foreign policy is naive and dangerous.”  You can also throw in the obligatory “He hates Israel.”  If someone had asked me about Paul from 9/12/01 through October of 2011, I’d have said the exact same things.

Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/12/why_a_tea_party_conservative_now_supports_ron_paulincluding_his_foreign_policy.html#ixzz1gvM3cC4M

December 14, 2011

Tea Party Money Bomb Message from Ron Paul (by ronpaul)

December 1, 2011

Newt Gingrich: Serial Hypocrisy

November 5, 2011

Ron Paul On The World Debt Crisis (bailing out the rich)

October 30, 2011

MUSIC VIDEO: END THIS WAR (It’s not impossible)

October 25, 2011

Cavuto: Ron Paul Brings In Almost 3 Million Dollars In Money Bomb!

October 25, 2011
Sentry Journal: I'm not the same conservative I was five years ago

I’m not real sure the exact date of the change, but one thing is very different about me today as compared to five years ago; I’m not the same conservative I was back then.

October 25, 2011
Political Realities: An Endorsement of Ron Paul

Clearly, he knows his economics. When you look at the battles he has been fighting in Congress, and look at the predictions he has made in the past, you will find that he knows what he is talking about.

October 19, 2011
We’re approaching $2 million! Don’t stop! Let’s go for $3M!

We’re approaching $2 million! Don’t stop! Let’s go for $3M!

October 19, 2011

End the Media Blackout! Oct. 19 - NOW!

October 18, 2011

Wow! I have never seen a plan this detailed from a Presidential candidate ever in my life!

October 17, 2011

Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk 10/17/2011: Government is NOT a business.

Amid the din of economic nonsense being bandied about since the collapse of the housing bubble and the steep ramping up of our national debt there has been the persistent refrain that Washington should be “run more like a business”. If only more businesspeople were in charge to wield their business acumen, we would have this country in shape in no time. But is that a good solution? Businesses seek primarily to increase their revenues and profits; government revenues depend on taxes. Government accumulates tax money by squeezing it out of people’s productive earnings with threats of audits, fines and imprisonment. Our government already collects roughly $2.1 trillion annually from the productive taxpayers of America. We hardly need to increase our federal government’s revenues like a private business.

Businesses sell products or services to voluntary buyers, always looking to increase their market share as much as possible. But what is the federal government’s product or service? Rules, regulations, bureaucracy, paperwork, red tape, hoops to jump through, uneven protection and security from people with guns, coercion and compliance to force and confiscation of assets, militarism instead of national defense, and of course a vast welfare state. Do we need more of these government services? Hardly. In fact, we have far too many of these destructive things already.

What we need is more freedom. Freedom is the simple ability of people to live their lives as they see fit, without government coercion, provided they do not initiate force or fraud against others. What we really need is a less coercive government, not more revenues. Washington needs to stop seeing itself as a growth industry and realize that the true function of government is to protect liberty. Washington certainly has expanded and grown and accumulated a great deal of the people’s capital for itself, but this has been at the expense of our nation’s prosperity. This trend needs to be reversed. We don’t need yet another jobs bill to supposedly put the American people back to work.

Politicians need to realize that aside from outright hiring some 14 million people, government does not create jobs. The only thing government does is hinder job creation by getting in the way and consuming otherwise private resources. Therefore the most useful thing government can do for unemployment is to liquidate much of what government does in the first place.

One plain example is our tax policy that encourages U.S. corporations to accumulate foreign earnings abroad rather than repatriate such earnings. Currently there is over $1 trillion of capital that companies are keeping overseas because of the 35% tax charge for bringing it back to the United States. Our government literally is pushing capital and jobs overseas, and that could be used to hire an estimated 2.5 million people here at home.

Businesses create jobs. Government is not a business. We don’t need more stimulus or phony jobs bills. We don’t need more revenue – $2 trillion is plenty to fund the federal government annually. What we do need is a wholesale rejection of government as a central economic planner.

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