Archive for August, 2007
This one is a bit old, prior to his announcement for running for President, but is an excellent interview. It is especially interesting to note that with the way the housing/credit bubble is behaving now seemed to be predicted by Ron Paul in this video.
This is a 29 minute discussion with Lew Rockwell talking about Ron Paul, the man. You may argue you don’t believe in some of the same things Ron Paul believes in, but I think you will find it hard not to respect the man: Ron Paul.
This is probably one of the best discussions regarding things you may not know about Ron Paul. Go to LewRockwell.Com for the audio link.
As stated before I’m not a fan of country music, but I’m even less of a fan of vacuous and repetitive fire and brimstone speeches by holy rollers. That is unless the speaker is speaking about Ron Paul. If only we could harness this man’s energy and inject it into the soul’s of Ron Paul supporters everywhere. If we did that Ron Paul would surely win. Watch the two part speech below.
Here is a series of questions answered by Ron Paul relating to the war on drugs and the larger issue of the government controlling the things we use our own bodies for, and the things we choose to put into our bodies.
I don’t like country music. I do like Ron Paul. My like of Ron Paul trumps my dislike of country music. Therefore, watch this:
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Here is another good article written by Ron Paul that is worth a read. It is regarding the recent Federal Reserve decisions to help “regulate” money and debt.
August 17th, 2007 1:58 am | by Marc Gallagher | Published in Activism, Constitution, Economics, Election, Federal Reserve, Foreign Policy, Immigration, Individual Responsibility, Philosophy, Politics, Radio, Ron Paul, War |
Here is a two parter of an audio interview of Ron Paul by Senator Tom McClintock on San Diego radio (KOGO). Good interview in my opinion.
This one is probably my favorite so far. Watch it.