Alabama became the first state to adopt a tough law protecting private property and due process by prohibiting any government involvement with or participation in a controversial United Nations scheme known as Agenda 21. Activists from across the political spectrum celebrated the measure’s approval as a significant victory against the UN “sustainability” plot, expressing hope that similar sovereignty-preserving measures would be adopted in other states as the nationwide battle heats up. Continue reading →
Mitt Romney and Ron Paul side by side comparison — Bailouts, Healthcare, Federal Reserve, Abortion, Gun Rights, Housing Bubble, Personal Liberty, Foreign Policy, Electability, Contributions and more.
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National Committeewoman Carolyn McLarty exposes U.N. Agenda 21 from the podium at the Tulsa County GOP convention. Videography by Bryan Mayberry. Special report via R3publicans in Oklahoma. [videotaped on March 24, 2012] Continue reading →
Over the past 24 hours I have seen imagines and videos of the 4 Marines urinating on the Taliban Corpse flash through the news. Unfortunately, I was not shocked at the pictures nor have I been shocked at the apologist for the war machine.It seems the mantra around the apologist is that, “This is war!” Well, if this is war than war is pissing me off!
In a rousing speech to New Hampshire supporters, Ron Paul wows the crowd and continues to educate folks at home on the complicated issues of our day. It resonated with households across the land as fundraising spiked online and internet searches rose. With 95% of precincts reporting, Mitt Romney got 39.4% and Ron Paul got 22.8% of the vote. Continue reading →
It was a bit like a Knock Out punch, captured front and center Drudge Report, and will probably be referred back to as the moment that Ron Paul the Dragon slayer eliminated the dragon called Newt in debate marathon 2012. This was debate #14 according to Drudge, but who’s counting?
“The reason Paul has been able to slowly build his base of support in the state is that, on most issues, his views no longer lie outside the mainstream of the party orthodoxy. It’s become one of the great clichés of 2012 that the GOP as a whole has moved significantly in Ron Paul’s direction since his last campaignin 2008, and on domestic issues, it’s largely true. Paul’s endless fulminations about profligate monetary policy and the evil Fed, as well as his draconian prescriptions for a radically smaller federal government, now all sound completely within the conservative mainstream. Continue reading →