Monthly Archives: December 2011
Writes Justin Raimondo: "An amazing 15-minute segment on 'The Ed Show,' of all places, on Ron Paul -- very favorable; he unfolded a Ron Paul campaign brochure and READ IT ALOUD. In tones of admiration he described how young Paulites are … Continue reading
(Thanks to David Kramer) UPDATE from a friend: "I have a low opinion of hospital nurses. They as a bloc of females have turned hospitals into compassionless prison wards, ruined the natural birth process, are responsible for routine circumcision ... … Continue reading
In the primaries, that is. (Thanks to Brad Funkhouser)
Writes Joel Poindexter: "Interesting analysis from PPP. Paul leads with voters under 45, independents, those who don't watch FOX news, and Evangelicals."
Says Harry Broome in the Examiner. (Thanks to Johnny Strike)
Republicons to move the Iowa caucus count to "an undisclosed location." (Thanks to Travis Holte)
Are the Palestinians an "invented people"? No more han the Israelis, says M.J. Rosenberg.
Writes Jay: "A Ron Paul presidency means that tens of thousands of African American men will be returning to their families, communities, and churches. They can begin working and re-building their lives. That is revolutionary! That is precisely what will … Continue reading
So, vainly, hopes yet another Wall Street Fedster. (Thanks to Gary North)
He represents the renaissance of the antiwar Old Right, says John Nichols in The Nation. (Thanks to Thant Tessman)
Writes Michael Ward: "Daniel Henninger writes: It's impossible that Republican voters want escape from endless wars and big government. Hence, the Ron Paul surge has nothing to do with Ron Paul."
"I love Ron Paul," says Kelly Clarkson. (Thanks to Daniel McAdams)
Writes Travis Holte: "They no longer seem to approve any pro Paul comments on their attack articles. I've experienced this personally and am hearing about it in the forums. Makes Wenzel's comments all that more chilling."
Don't miss Norman Horn in WaPo on why Ron Paul is right in both senses
The grassroots are powering Ron's surge in Iowa, New Hampshire, and California. (Thanks to Michael Edelstein)
And will, at the least, be a huge figure at the convention, says Democrat Peter Beinart. Why? Because Ron represents the very real peace tendencies in the American right, long suppressed and demonized by Bill Buckley and the other neocons, … Continue reading