Ron Paul, defender of the Constitution & Bill of Rights. CREDIT & SOURCE: Thanx to David Dees
Published on Jun 10, 2013
“To all of you who defend this nonsense, what should the penalty be for those who destroy the constitution?” – Ron Paul
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Ron Paul speaks at opening of Institute for Peace and Prosperity
Published on Apr 18, 2013
Although Ron Paul retired from politics, he hasn’t left the conversation: the former Texas congressman has launched his new think tank — an institute that will carry on his ideals to the younger generations.
Rand Paul Says He’s Disappointed Obama Has Used The Families Of Gun Victims As Props
Published on Apr 18, 2013
April 17, 2013 C-SPAN
From Space War by Staff Writers
Washington (AFP) March 20, 2013
Lawmakers and advocates on Wednesday called for safeguards to be placed on the domestic use of drones in order to protect the privacy of Americans.
Congress has ordered the Federal Aviation Administration to open up airspace to the unmanned aircraft by October 2015, a decision expected to see thousands of drones criss-crossing the sky within a few years.
Their imminent proliferation has stirred a debate, amid concerns they may be deployed to snoop on law-abiding citizens. . . . Read Complete Report
Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk 3/11/13: Congress, Drones, and The Imperial Presidency
Published on Mar 10, 2013
from The Cagle Post
by RON PAUL
Published on Nov 15, 2012
Ron Paul Speaks On The States Secession Demands By Petitions To The White House
In the one week since US President Barack Obama won his bid for re-election, representatives from all 50 states have filed petitions with the White House asking to secede from the United States. . . . Continue on youtube
from Yahoo News
By Chris Good | ABC OTUS News – 6 hrs ago ( 11/14/2012
Rep. Ron Paul, the iconic libertarian congressman from Texas, has delivered what will most likely be his final address to Congress.
In a sprawling, 52-minute speech to the House chamber, Paul lambasted U.S. government, politicians and special interests, declaring that the U.S. people must return to virtue before the government allows them to be free, and that the Constitution has failed to limit the scope of an authoritarian bureaucracy.
“Our Constitution, which was intended to limit government power and abuse, has failed,” Paul said. “The Founders warned that a free society depends on a virtuous and moral people. The current crisis reflects that the concerns were justified.” . . . Read Complete Report
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from Freedom Outpost
by Tim Brown
Brace yourselves for hyper inflation. The Federal Reserve has announced its cranking up the printing presses and launching Quantitative Easing 3 (QE3). However, they are not doing it without someone standing up and reminding everyone just how bad this will make things and why. That someone has been doing it for at least three decades, Texas Congressman Ron Paul.
In an interview with Bloomberg, Paul reacted to the idea of more stimulus provided by the Federal Reserve by saying, . . . Read Complete Report
Published: 14 September, 2012, 02:16
A 16-year-old high school student’s video report for his American Government class earned him an A+ from his teacher. It also yielded a visit from the FBI.
Justin Hallman says that a project he put together for school that included information on the National Defense Authorization Act, Rep. Ron Paul, Anonymous and the Occupy Wall Street movement was well received in the classroom, but wasn’t exactly praised by others. After agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation saw a copy of Hallman’s finished work on YouTube, they paid a visit to his own home. . . . Read Complete Report
Published on Sep 12, 2012 by TheAlexJonesChannel
In another shocking example of how the federal government is repositioning itself as a secret police force to target political dissidents, a 16-year-old boy was questioned by FBI agents over a You Tube video he created for a school project which highlighted how America was slipping into a police state. . . . Text posted with video on youtuube
Published on May 13, 2012 by pilotofwar
Hi, my name is Justin Hallman. I made this video for a project I had to do for my American Government class, my teacher, Mr. Sparks liked it so much that he gave it a score of 45/35 points or 128%! I’d like to share this video with you to see how other people like it. So please enjoy the video and remember to rate it if you can :). . . .Text posted with Video to youtube
Seems like the whole goal of the controllers is to have 4 more years of leftist agenda. We need a libertarian in there. Until we have that… let the hairy side drag. . . . EDITOR
Published on Jun 26, 2012 by RTAmerica
Seventeen Ron Paul delegates from Massachusetts have been disqualified from the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida. The motion comes after the 17members refused to sign an affidavit that would back Mitt Romney at the RNC.Never in the history of the party have delegates been required to sign the document,so why now? Austin Petersen, director of production for Freedom Works, joins us for more. . . . Posted with video to youtube
Published on Aug 30, 2012 by AdamKokesh
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And on to the Democrat Convention, This should be interesting, see ya there . . . EDITOR
from The New american
Monday, 28 May 2012 12:09
Written by Alex Newman
GOP leadership in the House of Representatives announced that legislation to thoroughly audit the secretive Federal Reserve, a wildly popular measure pushed by Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) for decades, will come up for a floor vote in July. Honest-money advocates and pro-transparency activists celebrated the news as a historic opportunity to rein in the central bank, which has come under heavy fire — especially in recent years — for debasing the U.S. dollar, manipulating markets, and showering big banks with trillions in bailouts.
The legislation, H.R. 459, already has over 225 co-sponsors in the House including an impressive roster of senior Democrats and Republicans, some of whom chair important committees. In the Senate, however, a similar bill has only about 20 co-sponsors so far, forcing Audit-the-Fed activists to wage a massive campaign aimed at exposing Senators who refuse to support transparency at the shadowy central bank. Polls in recent years revealed that four out of five Americans support auditing the Fed. . . . Read Complete Report