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Ron Paul Suggests US Government Knew About 9/11 Beforehand

Aug 29 2014 12:43am CDT | Source: Big Government

In an interview with Money and Markets podcaster Charles Goyette posted a week ago, former Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) discussed some of the undisclosed information by the U.S. government surrounding the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. In that discussion, Paul argued the U.S. government may have had a hint something along the lines the 9/11 attacks could occur, but had gone out of its way after the fact to cover up its knowledge. “I believe t ...
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Rand Paul opportunistic -- and wrong -- on race

Aug 28 2014 6:49pm CDT | Source: WND

Police brutality? Yes! Militarization of the police force? You bet! “A Government of Wolves”? Yes again! “The Rise of the Warrior Cop”? No doubt! But racism? Nonsense on stilts! So why have some libertarians applied this rhetoric to the murder-by-cop of black teenager Michael Brown, in Ferguson, Missouri? The same people who would argue against color-coded hate-crime legislation – and rightly so, for a crime is a crime, no matter the skin pigment of perp or prey – would have you believe t ...
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Guilty plea in Iowa caucuses bribery

Aug 27 2014 8:04pm CDT | Source: POLITICO

Kent Sorenson received bribes before switching loyalties from Michele Bachmann to Ron P ...
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Hardline Nepal Maoists obstruct Indian envoy's programme
Kathmandu, Aug 29 (IANS) Opposing direct Indian investment in Nepal's small development projects, the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (CPN-M), a hardline Left entity led by Mohan Baidhya aka Kiran, Friday called a strike in Chitwan district and tried to obstruct a programme of India's ambassador to Nepal. | by IANS
Putin urges Ukraine militants to open humanitarian corridor
Moscow, Aug 29 (IANS/ITAR -TASS) Russian President Vladimir Putin Friday urged militants in southeastern Ukraine to open a humanitarian corridor for Ukrainian soldiers to allow them to get out of the combat areas. | by IANS
Pakistani Army chief to meet PM
Islamabad, Aug 29 (IANS) After holding talks with leaders of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Friday, army chief General Raheel Sharif is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif later in the day. | by IANS

Former Iowa state senator says Ron Paul’s presidential campaign paid for his support

Aug 27 2014 7:01pm CDT | Source: Post Politics: - The Washington Post

A former Iowa state senator pleaded guilty Wednesday to concealing campaign expenditures and obstructing justice as part of an endorsement-for-pay scheme that roiled the Iowa Republican caucuses in 2012. Read full ...
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Ron Paul Decries National Guard Deployment in Ferguson

Aug 18 2014 12:21pm CDT | Source: Big Government

In an appearance on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” former libertarian-leaning Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) expressed his disdain for the direction law enforcement took in Ferguson, MO amid the turmoil surrounding the protests of the killing of Michael Brown. Paul pointed to the so-called militarization of the police as a broader point of disagreement, but said also disapproved of the use of the Missouri National Guard in any police action when asked by host Andrea Mitchell if Gov. Jay Nixon’s au ...
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Happy birthday, Phyllis Schlafly!

Aug 14 2014 6:26pm CDT | Source: WND

I remember back in the mid-1970s, when I was still to the left of George McGovern (look him up, kids), turning on the news to learn there was actually another side to the Equal Rights Amendment campaign. There was a lovely lady of passion making a forceful argument that admittedly made rational sense. She didn’t convince me right away. But I found myself in respectful admiration of her point of view. Flash forward to the 1980s: Phyllis Schlafl ...
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Ron Paul on Ebola: 'Governments deceive us'

Aug 14 2014 6:18pm CDT | Source: WND

(BusinessInsider) Former Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul (R-Texas) thinks the threat of the Ebola virus very well may be a government plan to “deceive” the public. “I do know that governments deceive us and sometimes they hype things. I don’t think we are going to see in the next year a horrendous breakout of Ebola in this country,” Paul said in a recent video on the topic, according to a press release sent out Thursday morning by his “Voices of Liberty” pro ...
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Ron Paul: US Should Get Out Iraq and 'Let Them Deal' with ISIS

Aug 13 2014 10:59pm CDT | Source: Big Government

In an appearance earlier this week on Russian state-owned RT, former Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) expressed his disapproval of any U.S. effort in Iraq to deal with the threat of ISIS. According to Paul, ISIS gained their strength as a result of the United States providing weapons to various players in the region, which he argued has been a detriment to the Kurds. “The Kurds have always had this reputation of being great fighters and ...
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Splitting Up California Won't Do The GOP Any Favors, Study Finds

Aug 12 2014 6:54pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

Despite some Republican enthusiasm for venture capitalist Tim Draper’s proposal to split California into six states, a recent study found that the splicing would do little to shake up the national political climate. Three of Draper’s proposed six states -- Silicon Valley, West California and North California -- would maintain Democratic strongholds, argued University of California, Berkeley, political experts Ethan Rarick and ...
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