Ron Paul won NPR's "Political March Madness" poll!

Thanks to all of you who voted in NPR's poll, Ron Paul has defeated Jim DeMint for the win! http://www.npr.org/news/graphics/2009/mar/bracket2012/ Keep fighting for liberty!

Ron Paul in final round of NPR's "Political March Madness"

Ron Paul has made it all the way to the final round of NPR's "Political March Madness" online poll. Ron Paul presently has 45% of the vote. Will we let Jim DeMint win out over the good doctor? Please, cast your vote…Read More

Vote for Ron Paul on Change.org

I don't email the cause members often, but this bears notice and action. Change.org is asking for "Ideas for Changing America" and holding a vote to pick the winners. There are many good, Constitutionally sound ideas there, but I am asking you specifically…Read More

Tell the GOP you WON'T vote for McCain

This takes TWO MINUTES and could turn into a very big deal very fast.  If we're able to prove our numbers through a tool as simple as an online petition, it will remove all doubts that we are the majority and they are cheating shamelessly to stay in…Read More

Is the Ron Paul Revolution Dead?

Rumor has been circulating in the media that Ron Paul has quit the race. This rumor is simply untrue. Ron Paul plans to contest all upcoming Republican primaries and will take his fight all the way to the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, MN this…Read More

A new tool to carry the Ron Paul R3volution forward

Freedom Fortress — www.freedomfortress.net Freedom Fortress is a geographically aware discussion list service that I created from scratch to augment the Meetup system. Whereas messages on Meetup are limited to the particular county or city of the group,…Read More

CNN/Politico GOP Presidential Debate - Jan. 30, 2008

Watch Ron Paul debate the waning field of Republican Presidential candidates tomorrow, Wednesday, January 30, 2008 at the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA. The event will be broadcast live on CNN at 8pm EST/5pm PST and streamed on latimes.com.…Read More
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