STUDY: Ron Paul Never Attacked Romney Once During 20 Debates, But Attacked Romney’s Rivals 39 Times
By Judd Legum on Feb 27, 2012 at 10:30 am
In recent days, attention has focused on the unusual relationship between Ron Paul and Mitt Romney, who are purportedly competing against each other for the Republican presidential nomination. The New York Times reported recently that Romney has “worked to cultivate” a friendship with Paul. The candidates [...]
Fresh figures once again show Paul received more military donations than all other candidates combined
January 5, 2012
The US Army said Wednesday that it is considering disciplining Reserve Corporal Jesse Thorsen, the soldier who spoke out against a militaristic foreign policy at Ron Paul’s post-Iowa caucuses rally.
After being cut short during a CNN interview Thorsen, who has served two tours in Afghanistan and was due to head back for a [...]
If Ron Paul’s foreign policy positions are out of the Twilight Zone, why does Paul get the most support from the U.S. military?
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, January 2, 2012
John Huntsman’s futile effort to steal Ron Paul’s voters has manifested itself in the form of a badly produced ad which characterizes Ron Paul’s beliefs, most notably his foreign policy stance, as being out of the Twilight Zone – a strange claim to [...]
AP Photo/Chris Carlson
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential contender Ron Paul is opening his wallet for $2 million of television ads that criticize rivals Mitt Romney, Rick Perry and Herman Cain for supporting federal spending while touting his own proposal for drastically shrinking Washington’s bottom line.
Paul on Thursday unveiled a 60-second ad that cast the White House hopefuls as spend-happy politicians who are not true conservatives. A second ad, also set [...]