Google searches for various Ron Paul-related issues and questions continue to lead people to our website, even though the good doctor has maintained a lower profile in recent months. In November–you know, the month dedicated to the people who are still running for president–we got a whole bunch of Paulian search queries that deserve answers, or, at any rate, comment. So, if you landed here via by typing any of the following into a search engine, we have just the information you're looking for…
Tags: 2016, Ron Paul
Like other small wizened creatures concerned with gold, Ron Paul is willing to tell you a secret if you only manage to catch him. Those interviewing him today were most interested in learning Paul's prediction of tonight's results…
Tags: CNN, Election Day 2012, Ron Paul
Gonzalo Cordova: Obama will win the Electoral College and Mitt Romney will win the popular vote, marking the first time during this entire election that Mitt Romney has been considered popular.
Lisa Beth Johnson: My Election Day prediction is a "choose your own adventure" kind of thing. You walk into a voting booth with two options: President Obama or Mitt Romney. If you choose President Obama, when you walk out of the polling place you will find a $100 bill that I definitely did not put there. If you vote for Mitt Romney, when you walk outside you will get stung by a wasp and flail wildly, causing you fall into a pit of vipers that I also definitely did not put there. Final answer is Obama over Romney, 281-257.
Tags: Barack Obama, Election Day 2012, Joe Biden, Mitt Romney, Ohio, Ron Paul, Virgil Goode
Ron Paul. He's either running the Campaign for Liberty or hatching a plan to kidnap Ben Bernanke's dog, but he's certainly no longer running for president.
Yet according to the latest FEC reports, Paul is still outpacing Mitt Romney when it comes to donations from members of the military, even though he hasn't received new contributions since the Summer. Including September's fundraising numbers, Paul has raised $399,274 from members of the armed forces, while Romney has taken in $398,450.
The gap grows even starker when employees of the Department of Defense are excluded, leaving only members of the combat services. Paul roughly doubled Romney's contributions from the U.S. Navy. This despite Romney's promise to equip the Navy with dozens of new warships, while eliminating at least one of Iran's shorelines from the map.
Nevertheless, the overall leader in military donations remains Barack Obama, with $678,611 from military contributors. It's a sign of how deep the rot has set into American society since Obama took office. It used to be only Democrats who didn't support the troops. Now we can't even be sure the troops are supporting the troops.
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Tags: Barack Obama, Fundraising, Military, Mitt Romney, Ron Paul
Three debates, three flag pin victories for Mitt Romney. Speak stutteringly and wear a giant lapel pin is our generation's speak softly and carry a big stick.
Once again, this another debate that would have benefited from the participation of Ron Paul. A foreign policy discussion is the perfect time to bring out an Austrian flag pin.
Previously: Top Foreign Policy Debate Zingers
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Tags: Barack Obama, Debates, Foreign Policy, Mitt Romney, Ron Paul