A guy named Paul O’Rourke wrote a nasty blog post today claiming that Ron Paul doesn’t know what he’s talking about when it comes to the Constitution. I always find it funny when conventional left-liberals like O’Rourke single out Ron Paul of all people for criticism, when (here… Read More
Archives for May 2011
I know a lot of people who, rightly appalled at the immoral political system we live under, conclude that it would be morally wrong to vote, or at least that they themselves will not do so, because they would thereby be consenting to the system. … Read More
I spend six minutes outlining some key principles that should inform our thinking.
What they really mean, of course, is that Ron Paul defies political categories and takes positions outside the continuum from Hillary Clinton to Mitt Romney, and people whose minds have been formed in the ideological prison camps we call public schools cannot abide unapproved opinions. … Read More
Last weekend I spoke on my new book Rollback at an annual dinner held by the Gallatin Republicans in Montana. Present were Montana’s one U.S. congressman, five gubernatorial candidates, an attorney general candidate, and other figures of influence within the party. There is a considerable Ron… Read More
I used to support the War on Drugs before I knew any better.
I am watching this video right now. It looks very good. It decimates the myths of college, success, government aid — the whole propaganda kit and kaboodle.
I see no reason not to take Dr. Paul at his word when he writes, in his most recent appeal, “We will build the strongest team we possibly can and execute the best, most professional effort in our power.” This is an encouraging note of… Read More
Check out Bob Wenzel’s brief but very sharp analysis of Newt Gingrich’s weasel platform that avoids discussing spending cuts on the grounds that first we have to get things moving again, etc. All I would add to Bob’s analysis is what I wrote about Gingrich in Rollback : his record is horrendous. Of… Read More