Post Tagged with: "Ron Paul"

PAUL: One year to go – Washington Times

Via PAUL: One year to go – Washington Times (and twitterer @tomjdalton): I firmly believe the American people are serious about cutting spending and fixing our debt crisis now. Those struggling to make ends meet and provide for their families while also trying to save for the future know we must […]

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Is it teatime?

Tuesday will see the USA hold midterm elections. According to The Telegraph: Tea Party candidates are poised to storm Washington in the midterm elections, when the conservative movement should win enough seats to form a powerful minority able to push its political agenda. The key elements of the Tea Party […]

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The Revolution: Ron Paul vs Alan Greenspan

Ron Paul’s manifesto, The Revolution, is a remarkable read, not least for his account of Alan Greenspan: Few Americans during his tenure knew that Greenspan had once been an outspoken advocate of the gold standard as the only monetary system that a free society should consider. Not long after my […]

Read More “Has Capitalism Failed?”

Reflecting on the demise of Lehman Brothers and on Bank of America’s purchase of Merrill Lynch, I revisited an article by recent US presidential candidate Ron Paul, posted on Capitalism should not be condemned, since we haven’t had capitalism. A system of capitalism presumes sound money, not fiat money […]

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Ron Paul on Fox News

Ron Paul on Your World with Neil Cavuto, 3 September 2008: I talk about very conservative, Republican principles that we should adhere to … The two parties have been blended together … Presidential elections have turned into a charade… Unwelcome words for Democrat and Republican alike. YouTube | digg story

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“Challenge to America”

From “Challenge to America: A Current Assessment of Our Republic” by Ron Paul: Third Way compromise, or bipartisan cooperation, can never reconcile the differences between those who produce and those who live off others. It will only make it worse. Theft is theft, and forced redistribution of wealth is just […]

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