Tag Archives: Ron Paul

Fighting the War on Drugs: What Real Political Courage Looks Like

In the aftermath of Rand Paul’s recent support of the War on Drugs ( http://reason.com/blog/2013/05/13/rand-paul-assures-evangelicals-that-he-d ), many people have defended Senator Paul, saying, “He was speaking before the most socially conservative audience in the country. What do you want him to do? Tell them that the government has no business legislating morality? Tell them that […]

Ron Paul’s Predictions Come True

If you were to go back and look at the accuracy of our elected representative’s statements you would find that the most accurate of them all is Congressman Ron Paul. Whether it is foreign policy, economics or even your everyday politics, he is usually found to be correct. Despite this, the political establishment, the MSM […]

Famous Ron Paul House Floor Speech

“Standing for Individual Liberty and Limited Government: Ron and Rand Paul”

The link below will take you to a great article written by Doug Bandow over at Forbes.com. The first paragraph should be enough to draw your interest… Another Memorial Day has arrived, with more military personnel dead and buried. Politicians rhapsodize about heroic sacrifice they personally would never make. These same officials increasingly violate the […]

Foreign Affairs Hearing

Great statements by Representatives Paul and Amash on the legality of the war powers act and constitutionality of our current foreign policy. We need more Congressmen like them in Washington.

The Next Ron Paul?

The New Republic has a good piece on former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson.  Is he the next Ron Paul?… At least a watered down version? “That’s the first sign you know you’re a libertarian,” he says. “You see the red light. You stop. You realize that there’s not a car in sight. And you […]

Ron Paul Expected to head Monetary Policy Subcommittee

Good news for monetary policy geeks, Assuming Republican leaders don’t pull any special rules change, Ron Paul looks to be on his way to heading the House Subcommittee for Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology.  Now hopefully we can get that audit of the FED. http://www.cnbc.com/id/40013227