A Ron Paul lecture on limited government.
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“Our entire currency system is imaginary. It doesn’t really exist. It’s just that we’re all dreaming the same dream. If anybody chooses to wake up … It’s over with” – Mike Maloney The monetary revolution will not be televised. The paradigm shift towards decentralized monetary systems is in progress.
Apparently, the California GOP is hosting a 2012 Presidential Straw poll at its statewide convention in September. Paulites in California (especially LA), get to this and make sure our good Doctor is well represented!
LOL – Bob Murphy comments on Krugman's idiocy.
Paul's coverage also lags far behind (Donald) Trump (94 stories), who dallied with a run before opting out in mid-May and (former Alaska Gov. Sarah) Palin (85 stories), who has given no indication to date that she will enter the race. In addition, Paul trails longshot candidate and former Utah governor Jon Huntsman (44 stories)…
“That's when the sergeant just flipped out on me,” Michael Ayala said. “They bum-rushed me and threw me to the floor, they bashed my head in with their hands and they bashed my head in with their knees, as well as with their feet. I felt someone kicking my ribs,” Adrian Ayala said.
For the first time ever, more of the corn crop may go into gas tanks than into the stomachs of cattle and poultry destined for kitchen tables.
A new report out of Washington estimates that around $360 million in US military money went into the hands of enemy insurgents in Afghanistan, including the Taliban. A special task force put together by General David Patraeus has estimated that more than a quarter of a billion dollars in US funds trickled into enemy hands…
Did you know that the word ‘idiot’ is actually derived from the origins of democracy in ancient Greece? Thousands of years ago, a Greek citizen who demonstrated disinterest in politics was labeled ‘idiotes’; it literally meant ‘private person,’ which curiously enough was a term of derision at the time. Fast forward to the pitiful excuse…