Daily Archives: April 8, 2011
The Daily Caller says that Jesse Benton has had exploratory committee forms filled out for a Ron Paul presidential campaign, so Ron can just "pull the trigger." That will allow money to be raised for a presidential campaign. Read more. (Thanks … Continue reading
That's the headline in a snarky Salon story by the Alex Pareene. He says: Ron Paul will just say his usual cranky stuff about endless expensive unchecked war and the gold standard, etc. How yawn-making to discuss mass Muslim murder, … Continue reading
That's the sarcastic headline for NY Magazine's interesting rundown of the near-candidates. Here is what author Dan Amira has to say about Ron Paul: The Texas congressman said this week that he's "getting awfully close" to launching a presidential campaign, but … Continue reading
Writes Ron: The 2012 political season is starting to heat up, and I am pleased to announce two important trips next week. On Monday, I will be making two stops in Iowa. The first event will be at the Dordt … Continue reading
Unfortunately, not yet, but thanks to David Schatz for reminding me of this classic Playboy essay by Karl Hess.
Writes Brent Budowsky in The Hill: NBC should fire Donald Trump for the same reason I have suggested Fox News should remove Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee and any other candidate or potential candidate. I think it is disgraceful for NBC … Continue reading
Jesse Benton, president of Ron Paul's Liberty PAC, is holding a Ron Paul Debate Day Moneybomb on May 5th, the date of the SC Republican debate, "in support of Ron Paul for President 2012."
"A national political campaign is better than the best circus ever heard of, with a mass baptism and a couple of hangings thrown in."--H.L. Mencken
Writes Jose Barrera: We're told: WSJ/NBC Poll: A Donald Trump Surprise. But the real news is not that Donald ‘Toupee’ Trump was second in the poll; the real news is that the candidate winner of the CPAC presidential straw poll was excluded from … Continue reading
Reports C4L: "Senator Paul [has] introduced the 'Government Shutdown Prevention Act of 2011.'" Read the rest.
Writes Norm: According to this article, the Bush administration and the GOP House gave over 2 billion dollars to planned parenthood from 2001-2006, yet I do not recall “pro-family” groups calling for s shutdown over planned parenthood funding in those … Continue reading