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Ron Paul speech draws thousands at MSU

EAST LANSING — It seemed like a fair trade for an 11th-hour campaign stop in another state where polls indicate Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul likely will finish out of the money in today’s Michigan primary. For almost an hour Monday afternoon, the Texas congressman showed the people his familiar, …

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White House press secretary Jay Carney said Monday that he didn’t have any reaction to Paul’s “police state” comments.

Ron Paul, who is one of four remaining Republican candidates for president, disagreed Monday afternoon. Paul said after he confirmed the incident involving Rand Paul on his Twitter page that it showed why the TSA should be eliminated. Link

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Ron Paul vs the rest

Patrick Henningsen Infowars.com January 18, 2012 There is a sea change happening now in 2012, as Americans reject en mass a tired neoconservative mantra, one which has brought the Republic to its knees. Globalist operators like William Kristol are fading, as their flawed ideologies become replaced by emerging revolutionaries. Only …

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Ron Paul is not going to go away

Charles Krauthammer January 16, 2012 WASHINGTON — Two stories came out of New Hampshire. The big story was Mitt Romney. The bigger one was Ron Paul. Romney won a major victory with nearly 40 percent of the vote, 16 points ahead of No. 2. The split among his challengers made …

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Ron Paul Has Won: Young People Engage With Liberty, Limited Government, Sound Money, Anti-War Principles

The next generation of leaders in America are Ron Paul fans Steve Watson Infowars.com January 12, 2012 When Congressman Ron Paul embarked on a third Presidential campaign he did so with one over riding aim – to engage the next generation of Americans and provide them with the platform to restore the …

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Ron Paul’s surprising supporters (yes, Palin and Romney too)

CHICAGO, January 9, 2012 – If there is one thing you should never count out in politics, its Ron Paul; make that two things, if you count his supporters. Photo by Carl Arriaza Even now, Paul, a Texas Congressman, is again closing the gap in the New Hampshire primary. A …

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Ron Paul only one criticizing President Obama for signing the recent Defense Authorization Act

In his speech, Paul hit his marks, talking about withdrawing from Afghanistan, shrinking the size of the federal government, warning about the invasion of personal privacy on the Internet, and criticizing President Obama for signing the recent Defense Authorization Act, which, he said, could lead to the indefinite detention of …

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Ron Paul plays to packed house as supporters await victory

By James Oliphant January 2, 2012, 1:25 p.m. Reporting from Des Moines While other candidates were speaking at coffeehouses and diners on the day before the Iowa caucuses, Ron Paul was greeted by a crowd of 500 and scores of national media who packed a downtown hotel ballroom for a …

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Young Ron Paul volunteers descend on Iowa

Scott Conroy This article originally appeared on RealClearPolitics. NEWTON, Iowa — As they waited for a bus dubbed the “Constitution Coach” to pick them up at the Des Moines airport and bring them to their makeshift lodgings late Tuesday, about two-dozen college-aged Ron Paul volunteers mingled in the cold night …

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Ron Paul disputes claim that his views are ‘dangerous’

Mary Stegmeir, Dec 30, 2011 Categories: Caucus Insider LeMars, Ia. — Ron Paul used his first campaign appearance of the day here to fight back against the claim that his foreign policy views are “dangerous.” Fellow GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum leveled that criticism against the congressman this morning during …

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Iowa intrigue: Bachmann chair defects to Paul

The longtime chairman of Rep. Michele Bachmann’s presidential campaign in Iowa appeared Wednesday with the congresswoman, and then defected to rival Ron Paul a few hours later. After staying silent at Bachmann’s rally in Indianola — the explanation was “dental work” — State Sen. Kent Sorenson went on stage before …

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New Iowa Poll May Understate Paul’s Support

December 28, 2011, 5:45 pm By NATE SILVER I’m not always a big fan of dissecting individual polls — mostly because there are liable to be a plethora of them in Iowa and New Hampshire over the next several days and their errors will tend to be mitigated as more …

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