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Homeschool Endorsements of Ron Paul

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

Bill and Mary Pride “I am for Ron Paul because he is the only candidate who is actually willing to stand for Constitutional government and an end to our breakneck dash towards national bankruptcy, because he is right that America cannot afford to be the world’s policeman, and because any of his currently viable opponents […]

It was the best of rallies, it was the worst of rallies

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

4,000 people greet Ron Paul in Michigan on Monday A different sort of rally

Ron Paul Opposing Viewpoints: Israel

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Is Ron Paul anti-Israel? Quote from Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu May 24, 2011 At Joint Meeting of U.S. Congress “My friends, you don’t need to do nation building in Israel. We’re already built. You don’t need to export democracy to Israel. We’ve already got it. You don’t need to send American troops to defend […]

What DID Ron Paul Say?

Sunday, January 29th, 2012

by Harvey Bluedorn This is what Ron Paul said at the CNN Debate on the evening of January 26, in answer to a question from a woman in the audience. [Suzanne Bass:] “How would your religious beliefs, if you’re elected, impact the decisions that you make in the office of the presidency.” [Wolf Blitzer:] “Congressman […]

I like Ron Paul except for his foreign policy…

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

What would be a good response when someone says “I like Ron Paul but don’t like his foreign policy.” Here are some of the responses from my good friends at Ron Paul Homeschoolers. I like Ron Paul, except for the Constitution. Ron Paul favors a strong national defense, not a strong national offense. He just […]

Ron Paul Opposing Viewpoints: Objections from Pro-Life Groups

Saturday, January 21st, 2012

Some pro-life organizations have given Dr. Paul a low rating, saying he is only moderately pro-life. Here are the four objections they have to Ron Paul: 1. Objection: Ron Paul voted “no” on the Human Cloning Prohibition Act (H.R. 534) that would ban the creation of and trafficking in cloned human embryos, both embryonic and […]

Ron Paul Opposing Viewpoints: Homeschooling

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Why is Ron Paul pro-homeschooling?  The constitution doesn’t give the federal government the right to control education which is why Ron Paul wants to get rid of the Department of Education. “My commitment to ensuring homeschooling remains a practical alternative for American families is unmatched by any other Presidential candidate. Returning control of education to […]

Ron Paul Opposing Viewpoints: Abortion

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Why do you suppose Ron Paul continually votes against abortion, although this goes against his other more “libertarian” views? Libertarian’s don’t have a fixed stance on abortion. Ron Paul would be called a constitutional libertarian — following the constitution trumps everything else, including his own personal beliefs.  Ron Paul is a OB/GYN physician and has […]

The Wisdom of Ron Paul Regarding the Problem of Drugs

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011

At first glance, Ron Paul’s political positions on drugs may seem to go contrary to conventional wisdom, but that’s primarily because what has become conventional is not wisdom. Rather, it is a blanket of coercive force to cover a diversity of activities with little consideration for the rule of law or compassion for the people […]

Ron Paul Supporters: Out-of-State Volunteers Needed for Iowa

Friday, December 16th, 2011

Ron Paul needs as many out-of-state volunteers as possible for the Iowa caucus on January 3rd. You may be needed to help as a precinct captain or deliver a speech. There are many things you can do to gain votes on caucus day. If you are from Iowa’s neighboring states like Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska, Missouri, […]


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