His campaign is still working with white supremacists. But, anyway, this stuff (whether past or present) just represents "character defects," like adultery or something. He's great on civil liberties for.
Of course he was fully aware of and approved of the content of his racist newsletters: But people close to Paul’s operations said he was deeply involved in the company.
I decided to tune out the GOP primary coverage and return to Hockey Night In Canada once it became clear that Ron Paul's speech would consist of reciting the entire.
Freddie De Boer gives us a heartfelt defense of Paul-curiosity: I don't know if that grave was one of the few to be opened and explored. Even now the Indonesian.
As Lindsay says, Katha Pollitt's column on Ron Paul is excellent. I'll quote another important passage: It’s a little strange to see people who inveigh against Obama’s healthcare compromises wave.
Alyssa notes something that people in Kentucky have been talking about for a while: Rand Paul's potential Presidential candidacy in 2016. It's an interesting problem. Rand surely has more potential.
Apparently, a twitter storm has broken out about the post I don't want to get into, but Greenwald's latest has a couple things I wanted to respond to on the.
On trying to challenge Ron Paul in Texas. Obviously, Republican elites are starting to pay attention to these newsletters for opportunistic reasons. But is nonetheless true that he spent years.