For all who want our governments to stop wasting our money, and all who are supportive of the Tea Party movements, the candidate to watch is Rand Paul.
There is a big money bomb event for the younger Dr. Paul – Rand’s Tea Party, set for December 16th. Please help the cause.
Rand Paul is the candidate to . . . → Read More: December 16th Tea Party for Rand Paul
I’m an elected Republican and I’m happy with Barack Obama … sort of.
Of course I’m unhappy with him monkeying around with the economy, but he’s not doing any worse than Bush on that stuff.
Here’s why I’m happy:
1. Obama stepped up to the plate on medical marijuana. Under Bush (and Clinton), the feds would arrest people involved . . . → Read More: A Republican Who Likes Obama
I watched the Republican presidential debate on ABC, and was struck by how most of the candidates lack any grip on reality with regard to immigration (except, of course, for Ron Paul).
A substantial dispute was what to do about the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants in our country. The extreme view is that all 12 million . . . → Read More: Immigration, the Republican Candidates for President, and Ron Paul
I was responding to an e-mail discussion within my family about Ron Paul and figured most of what I wrote would make a good post about why I support him. So …
For any of us looking at any candidate, there will always be issues with which we disagree. The difference between Ron Paul and most others . . . → Read More: More about Ron Paul
I was pleased to see that Ron Paul, a congressman from Texas, is running for President. When Alan Chartock interviewed me he kept saying how I didn’t sound like a Republican and asked me to name a Republican politician that I support. Ron Paul was the first and only name I mentioned.
Ron Paul would make a . . . → Read More: An early endorsement for President in 2008