Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Are We an Informed Electorate?

This makes you think about the election process. Maybe we (Americans) need to rethink the party process.

Imagine: Ron Paul For President

I’m pulling for Paul

Dwight Eisenhower was elected with the support of a broad base. He appealed to democrats and republicans. During the Republican Convention when he was nominated there was a complaint that many democrats were influencing the Republican nomination. During that time there was a simple slogan in support of Eisenhower: “I like Ike.”

I like Ike. A simple sentence, to the point, that doesn’t take a treatise to explain. Ron Paul needs a statement that is just as simple and easy to repeat. Let me suggest the sentence: “I’m pulling for Paul.”

Do you have any ideas for a simple jingle? An example was “Eisenhower, the man of the hour.” Any thoughts?

Revolution neva come with a warning

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

NO MSM Conspiracy Against Ron Paul

Vote for Ron Paul in 2008, by Knights of Liberty

This is a catchy rap by the Knights of Liberty. At Paulapalooza in Orlando after the Orlando debate.

Monday, October 29, 2007

Come to Paulstock

Come to Paulstock

When: Saturday, November 3, 2007, 2:00 PM till 11:00 PM
Where: Dunn Meadow
7th and Indiana, Bloomington IN 47408

More info here.

Come have some fun, and meet some nice concerned people.

Ron Paul cartoon

BFF's: Ron Paul & The US Military

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Douglas Maher is insane

Douglas Maher is a supporter of our current Bush. I believe that this classifies him as insane.

If you don't know about the information about Frank Luntz (the pollster). Please Check out what Penn and Teller have to say about him. To support the claim that Douglas Maher is insane I submit this video of who he supports. This video is interesting in its own right.

HOTT Ron Paul Video

Ron Paul's National Stage : Houston Chronicle 9-6-2007

Saturday, October 27, 2007

If you like Ron Paul check out Murray Rothbard

Who is Murray Rothbard? No, he’s not running for president. He was an economist who lays out an argument for a new liberty in his book For a New Liberty. M. Rothbard may be called an Austrian Economist. Austrian Economics differs from some other economic theories, the main competing theory being the Chicago school. Milton Freedman is an example of someone in the Chicago school. One big difference is that “Austrians” support a value backed currency, just like Ron Paul.

If you are interested in the academic background of Ron Paul’s ideas you could read M. Rothbard’s book. But I must include the warning that Rothbard’s book is more radical than Ron Paul’s position. Ron Paul seems to be more influenced by Ludwig von Mises. Ron Paul has mentioned his book Human Action. I have not read this book but I enjoyed Liberalism and Omnipotent Government.

Ludwig von Mises immigrated form Austria before the Second World War, and spearheaded his economic theory. That’s why it’s referred to as Austrian Economics.

Murray Rothbard’s book : HUGE PDF, Buy a Hard Copy

Ludwig von Mises books: Human Action, Liberalism, Omnipotent Government

Ron Paul on privacy

Friday, October 26, 2007

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Kansans Rally for Ron Paul

Won't get fooled again

Great song, but the who did it better.

Penn and Teller on polling

Depending on the viewer's tastes, this video may be profane.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Ron Paul vs. ??? (mac spoof)

Romney vs. Paul

Hillary vs. Paul

Hillary vs. Paul

Giuliani vs. Paul

Giuliani vs. Paul

Friday, October 19, 2007

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Saturday, October 13, 2007

Friday, October 12, 2007

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Thursday, October 4, 2007

The reviews are in

The upward slope

Ron Paul doubled his fund raising this past quarter. Ron Paul's not going to stop either. He's going for $12M next quarter.

Here's a video with commentary about how the media tries to spin this grand fact. The fact that, Ron Paul is on the way up, while the other candidates are on their way out.