Daily Archives: August 17, 2011
New Texas poll: Paul 22% Perry 17% (Thanks to Travis Holte)
Latest poll: Mitt 36% Rick 18% Ron 14% Michelle 10% (Thanks to Travis Holte) UPDATE Ron has risen 40% in the NH polls in two months.
His corrupt, dangerous, totalitarian vaccine scheme, now that it is giving him political trouble.
Grover Norquist "OK" with keeping gasoline taxes high.
An interesting, appreciative comment on Ron by another congressman, who sees which way the wind is blowing.
Claims the Gothamist, in effect speaking for the whole of the anti-Paulian media: 1) He's too old. Oh brother. Just as we are glad to see some gray hairs on the pilot of our 747, in case of trouble, we … Continue reading
Writes Dom Arementano: Everyone out there, Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, and Independent is ABSOLUTELY SICK TO DEATH of the foreign wars. I have not encountered anyone, and I mean anyone, who does not think that we should immediately end the conflicts … Continue reading
(Thanks to Travis Holte)
More proof that the regime is feeling threatened. As usual, Bob Wenzel takes down the Wall Street mouthpiece.
At the National Press Club. The media may not want to cover him, but they want to hear him, unlike the drones.
State toady Chuck Todd (who always alerts us to what soup is being served in the emperor's dining room that day) said this morning on MSNBC (Mucho State Never Be Criticized) that the antiwar movement in the GOP (gee, who … Continue reading
A Texas TV station puts up the full ("raw") interview with Ron. What a great practice. It helps prevent the distortive editing so common in short broadcast segments. (Thanks to Travis Holte)
St. Ben is denounced, and MSNBC (Massive State Never Be Criticized) leaps to his defense. (Thanks to Bob Roddis)
In the old days, with 3 government TV networks, and government-oriented newspapers and magazines, a blackout of dissident views could work. But when they tried it on Ron Paul in the age of the internet and TV diversity, it backfired, … Continue reading
The office of chairman of the Fed has been sacrosanct since 1913. Never is the chairman criticized on fundamental grounds. Usually, he is hailed a master central planner, as Greenspan was called the "maestro." The fact that the predator drone … Continue reading