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AntiWar.com

Portraits of Congressman Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, invariably descend into cliché – he is "Dr. No," he’s against subsidies even for his own district, he’s a libertarian Don Quixote – but, then again, clichés are what the conventional w

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American Chronicle

(Why am I not so shocked) In a meeting with the West Los Angeles Democratic Club on Saturday, May 5, Presidential candidate and Ohio Rep. Dennis Kucinich revealed that the Democrats in Congress had made some secret concessioins

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Steven Greenhut - Orange County Register

The country has devolved so much into a two-party system that many folks believe that if you abandon one party, you must necessarily take up common cause with the other one.Yet if a restaurant gives you a choice between eating food laced with rat poi

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LewRockwell.com

A group of Ron Paul fans in Arizona started putting up Ron Paul Revolution signs. The signs are showing up across the country, popping up in unlikely places such as at John McCain's official announcement of his candidacy.

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The American Conservative

Any of the second-tier candidates could become that MVP. The blog aggregator Pajamas Media temporarily pulled Ron Paul from its poll because Paul stubbornly kept winning.

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The conspiracy to ignore and marginalize presidential candidate Ron Paul is not a theory. In this case, a jury would have to conclude a conspiracy against Dr. Paul by the corporation-controlled media exists. First, MSNBC reported that Ron Paul

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OpEd News

The stranglehold of the mainstream (and even most of the so-called “alternative”) press on information they deem “unsafe” for the American public’s consumption has suffered a fatal blow. According to the MSNBC post-debate poll, the very network that

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MSNBC

Links (unfortunately Javascript so I can't link here) are present on the MSNBC website to watch the entire first Republican Presidential "debate." Requires IE or Firefox, and Flash. Go read the discuss link too. ;-)

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