I just posted over at the Revolution PAC blog: The stories of bizarre if predictable media treatment (or non-treatment, as the case may be) of Ron Paul’s very strong showing in Iowa are multiplying. We at Revolution PAC issued a release within moments of the straw poll results on Saturday… Read More
Archives for August 2011
If you’re into political activism (at least for Ron Paul if not for anyone else), I strongly recommend spending some time with this .
For coming in an astonishing second place in today’s Iowa Straw Poll, behind Rep. Michele Bachmann by a razor-thin margin. This counts as a pure victory for Ron Paul, given that he neither hails from Iowa nor subscribes to the foreign-policy adventurism of most of… Read More
Ron Paul said the CIA helped impose the shah on those poor people in 1953. Rick Santorum’s non-response to this was to say he wouldn’t apologize for spreading freedom. The shah and his police state were freedom, you see, and to the boobs who can’t… Read More
I was surprised the other day when someone on Twitter criticized me for defending Michael Milken in my book The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History . Why, didn’t I know he had pleaded guilty? Here’s Paul Craig Roberts, in an article called “The Criminal Career of Rudy Giuliani,” giving us a taste… Read More
Wonderful to see that Jon Anderson, after some health problems and now nearly 67, still has that angelic voice. If you can look past the self-congratulatory “we’re cool because we don’t perform Beethoven” stuff from the music director, this video gives a good window into… Read More
From my post-debate commentary: Once again, Ron Paul distinguished himself in a Republican presidential debate by telling Americans the truth, answering the questions he was asked, and refusing to treat his countrymen like ten-year-olds who should be spoken to in bumper-sticker slogans…. Our delicate ears… Read More