Sunday, December 12, 2010

Love Protects Ron Paul

In the House Republican Conference, Rep. Ron Paul is untouchable.


The most recent evidence of his unusual status came last week, when he was appointed chairman of the Financial Services Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology. The subcommittee oversees Paul’s nemesis, the Federal Reserve, among other things.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Ron Paul Has Arrived

Based on seniority, Ron Paul will be the chair of the committee that oversees the Fed. Therefore the press is attacking Ron Paul. A few quotes, with my highlighting, from a recent Business Week smear.

The introduction:
It may have taken 34 years, but Ron Paul has arrived, and he doesn't plan to squander the moment. His agenda includes landing the chairmanship of the House Financial Services Committee panel that oversees monetary policy—a job that will give him the power to push legislation reining in the central bank and to haul Fed governors up to Capitol Hill for hearings.

The mockery has already been made by the financial elite. Exposing their crimes is reasonable and necessary.
The prospect has Wall Street, Fed officials, and even Republican House leaders worried that Paul's agenda could roil the markets and make a mockery of the U.S. financial system.

Officials at several major banks have privately raised concerns with Republican leaders that, by allowing Paul to become a chairman, his radical views would gain legitimacy, according to three bank lobbyists.

Five GOP leadership aides, speaking anonymously because a decision isn't final, say incoming House Speaker John Boehner has discussed ways to prevent Paul from becoming chairman

Thursday, November 18, 2010

HR 6416: The American Traveler Dignity Act

Ron Paul has introduced HR 6416, The American Traveler Dignity Act.

From Ron Paul's speech on the floor of the House:

Enough is enough.

Private property should be protected by private individuals not bureaucrats.

The solution is to allow the private sector, preferably the airlines themselves, to provide for the security of their property.

The duty of the government is to protect our rights.

Let's make sure that every member of Congress goes through the groping pat-downs.

Shrug off the shackles of our government.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Like No One Has Ever Approached It

Let's see if the Republicans allow Ron Paul to be the chairman of the House Subcommittee for Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology.

Odds are you haven’t heard of the monetary policy subcommittee. ...

“I will approach that committee like no one has ever approached it because we’re living in times like no one has ever seen,” Paul said in an interview with NetNet Thursday.

Paul said his first priority will be to open up the books of the Federal Reserve to the American people.

Rand Paul's #1 Issue

From an interview on "This Week".

Host: What is your first aim once you get to -- to the Senate?

Rand Paul: I think the debt. We have to do something about the debt. I think we've been fiscally irresponsible for a generation or more here.

Friday, November 5, 2010

David Stockman On Politics And The Fed

23 seconds into this interview, David Stockman says, "I think there is one small good thing that happened. Ron Paul is going to be chairman of the subcommittee that has jurisdiction over the Fed. I can't wait for the hearings."

David Stockman later says, "The Fed is injecting high grade financial heroin into the system and one of these days it's going to kill the patient."

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Colorado Major/Minor Party

In Colorado, a 10% showing in the gubernatorial election gives that party "major" party status. The Colorado GOP narrowly maintained major party status with Dan Maes achieving 11% of the vote.
At 9:30 a.m., Hickenlooper was leading with 50.5 percent of votes cast, or 836,083 votes. Tancredo, a former House Republican, had 36.8 percent, or 610,689 votes; and Maes had 11.2 percent, or 185,700 votes.

Major parties are in the top two slots of all ballots, and have easier ballot access including higher fundraising limits.

The American Constitution Party's candidate will become a major party. Without the GOP becoming a "minor" party, there is little chance Coloradoans will push for changes to the state ballot access laws.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Headlines: TIME Magazine, LA Times, SF Examiner

Liberty candidates, including Rand Paul, are on the front page of TIME magazine.

John Dennis is on the front of the LA Times newspaper local section.

The SF Examiner has endorsed Republican John Dennis over the incumbent Democrat.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Republican Endorses Democrat

The past few election cycles have brought liberal Republicans into office such that the GOP is no longer conservative. Now that motivated people are using Tea Parties to bring the GOP back to it's conservative roots, some GOP lawmakers are showing their true colors as liberals in disguise:
State Sen. Bill Raggio, one of Nevada’s most influential Republicans over the last four decades, said Thursday he’s endorsing U.S. Senate Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid’s re-election campaign.

Raggio sharply criticized Reid’s GOP opponent, Sharron Angle ...

Angle spokesman Jerry Stacy reiterated Angle’s 2008 campaign charge that Raggio is a "good ol’ boy career politician" who does not believe in Republican principles.

"Sharron Angle has been a loyal fighter for taxpayers, and it’s ludicrous to imagine that Sharron would expect any endorsement from somebody who has spent their legislative career promoting billions in new taxes and higher spending on the backs of hard-working Nevadans," Stacy said in a statement.

Reno Mayor Bob Cashell and Sparks Mayor Geno Martini, both Republicans, also have come out in support of Reid.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Feds Sue Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio

The Feds are suing an Arizona Sheriff:
The Justice Department sued the nation's self-proclaimed "toughest sheriff" on Thursday, calling Joe Arpaio's defiance of an investigation into his office's alleged discrimination against Hispanics "unprecedented."
Arpaio said he provided "hundreds of thousands" of reports but hasn't turned over others because the department's request was too broad.

Looking into the issue further, this is not about being a tough Sheriff and enforcing the laws. This is about Sheriff Arpaio signing a contract with the Feds to get money. About 5% of Sheriff Arpaio's budget comes from the Feds through a contract with strings attached. The contract says the Sheriff must provide information.

Last year, the nearly $113 million that Maricopa County received from the federal government accounted for about 5 percent of the county's $2 billion budget. The lawsuit listed $16.5 million of funding provided Arpaio's office through several programs.

If Sheriff Arpaio wants to stand up to the Feds, he will their money and the contract that goes with the money.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

State Authority To Regulate Firearms

In Alaska, a bill was signed into law to exempt firearms from federal regulation:
An Act declaring that certain firearms and accessories are exempt from federal regulation.

State are exercising their sovereignty through the 10th amendment. This sets up a showdown with the federal government, which wants to control and regulate everything, everywhere, all of the time.

Article 5. Alaska Firearms Freedom Act.
Sec. 44.99.500. State policy, declarations, and requirements concerning certain firearms not in interstate commerce and not subject to federal regulation.
(a) A personal firearm, a firearm accessory, or ammunition that is manufactured commercially or privately in this state and that remains in the state is not subject to federal law or federal regulation, including registration, under the authority of the United States Congress to regulate interstate commerce as those items have not traveled in interstate commerce.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Nevada Is Early Caucus State in 2012

In 2008, Ron Paul's showing in Nevada was so strong the GOP had to shut down the state convention to prevent Ron Paul from winning the state.

In 2012, Nevada is an early caucus state. While a caucus is weeks before the state convention, there will be a straw poll.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Alaskan Joe Miller Upsets Powers That Be

Alaskan Joe Miller is on the verge of upsetting the anointed GOP insider:

U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is battling for her political life this morning against Republican primary challenger Joe Miller, the tea party-backed candidate who has a slim lead as ballots continue to be counted.
With 429 of 438 precincts counted this morning,, Miller had 45,909 votes (51 percent) to 43,949 (49 percent) for Murkowski.

McCain Is A Fighter With Deep Pockets

McCain is certainly a fighter. Having previously sponsored amnesty for illegal aliens, he turned that vulnerability around by spending $20 million to defeat his primary opponent in Arizona. This shows the power of money.

In the meantime, McCain continues to ignore the constitution by authoring legislation to indefinitely detain Americans:
John McCain introduced a bill into the U.S. Senate which, if passed, would actually allow U.S. citizens to be arrested and detained indefinitely, all without Miranda rights or ever being charged with a crime.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Outlaw Self-Sufficiency

In the continued push to regulate and outlaw self-sufficiency, Congressmen who apparently represent corporations want to make it illegal to grow your own vegetables.

Under the guise of "food safety", the bill was introduced by "The Congressman From Monsato", Richard Durbin.

Title I - Improving Capacity to Prevent Food Safety Problems - Section 101
... require that each person (excluding farms and restaurants) who manufactures, processes, packs, distributes, receives, holds, or imports an article of food permit inspection of his or her records ...

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Scott Brown Is The New John McCain

The Daily Bell has an interesting article on Scott Brown:
After Sen. John McCain's surprising disavowal of the title, the heir may well be Brown, the middle-sitter who's never a sure thing for either party.

Free-Market Analysis: In this article we will briefly explore the collision between the Internet and the powers-that-be, and how it is changing the American political process – and thus the economic and investment climate. This is an ongoing process that has not yet reached a critical mass. But our argument is that it will reach such a critical mass sooner or later, and that Scott Brown's recent actions are symptomatic of the difficulty that the US system is having in responding to the nation's underlying discontent.

The election of Scott Brown was a dramatic shot across the bow to those who wish to sustain the American system as it is in the face of the Internet's increasingly insistent truth telling. But in fact Scott Brown has merely perpetuated business-as-usual by voting for various sorts of expensive omnibus legislation of the sort that increasingly has people up in arms. The disconnect between what people want from Washington – less government, less regulation, less war, less monetary debasement and few taxes is not forthcoming. We would submit this disconnect cannot last forever.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Lecture By Judge Napolitano

Judge Napolitano gives a great lecture including, in part:
Thomas More
Stamp act
Madison's "natural law"
2nd amendment written to allow you to use your rights against the government if it is taken over by tyrants.
9th amendment reiterates the federal government has only 17 powers.
4th amendment is greatest right (after life). The right to be left alone, the right to privacy.
Alien and sedition acts wrote during time of fear of the French. Said if you are French and want to become American you need to be here for 14 years. And you can't criticize government under penalty of two years of imprisonment.
Charity comes from the heart.
The federal government can not provide booze and hookers to truckers in the desert and they want to run health care.
Who does the government hate today?

Monday, July 19, 2010

Iowa Republican Party Platform

The Republican Party of Iowa recently modified their platform. Some interesting pieces that show people really are waking up and paying attention:


5. The government works for the people. “We the people” do not answer to them, they answer to us.

7. The United States is a “Sovereign” Nation and we should abide by the “Rule of Law” of this nation only.

8. The purpose of the law is to restrain evil. To prevent injustice from reigning. Justice exists only when injustice is absent.

9. The individual works hard for what is his/hers. Therefore, the individual will determine with whom he/she will share it, not the government. No more legal plunder. Legal plunder is defined as using the law to take from one person what belongs to them, and giving it to others to whom it does not belong. It is plunder if the law benefits one citizen at the expense of another by doing what that citizen himself cannot do without committing a crime.

13. Rights belong to the people, power is granted, by consent, to the government by the people.

16. The proper role of government is to protect equal rights, not to ensure equality.

We oppose agricultural subsidies and manipulation of commodity prices by government. We believe that the farms subsidy program should be reviewed and gradually phased out.

We oppose government distortion of the free market through subsidies and bailouts.

We oppose any form of government competition with private enterprise.

We insist that Iowa employers must follow state employment laws and/or guidelines. Employers that do not follow employment laws should be fined.

We call for the Iowa State Legislature to follow the lead of the State of Oklahoma, which prosecutes employers who knowingly hire illegal aliens.

We oppose government control, taxation, or censorship of the Internet by the federal government or the United Nations.

We call for more local control and less state and federal control of public schools. Parents must have oversight of the educational process including school curricula, discipline, and grading systems. Public schools should be accountable for providing a quality education.

We support a requirement that school board elections be held on the same date as primary and general elections.

We support the elimination of the Iowa Department of Education and of the U.S. Department of Education.

We oppose teaching multicultural based curriculum.

We believe that claims of human caused global warming are based on fraudulent, inaccurate information and that legislation and policy based on this information is detrimental to the well being of the United States.

We oppose any domestic laws or international treaties restricting carbon dioxide emissions or committing the United States, its citizens or corporations to the payment of fines or reparations in compensation for damages allegedly resulting from climate change.

We oppose the use of the Environmental Protection Agency or any other regulatory body to dictate the type of energy that will be produced and used. Energy production should be based on practical economics.

We call for the abolition of the U.S. Department of Energy.

We oppose the Security and Prosperity Partnership, which was done in secret with Mexico and Canada, that would establish the NAFTA super highway.

We resolve that the Constitution of the United States is the authority for the basis of law in this country, as intended by our Founding Fathers not as a “living breathing document.”

We oppose the proposed North American Union, which would do away with our borders and sovereignty, and we are opposed to the Amero, which would do away with our currency and sovereignty.

We oppose so-called “World Government” and support full constitutional sovereignty of the U.S.A.

We reject the “1972 World Heritage Treaty”, which sets up 20 heritage sites within the United States to be governed by a United Nations mandate.

We believe in a government limited in size and scope that recognizes its power comes from the citizenry. We believe that many government functions should be eliminated or transferred to the private sector, thus reducing our tax load.

We oppose statehood for the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

We believe the purpose of the census conducted by the US Census Bureau once every 10 years, is to enumerate US Citizens and to determine their location of permanent residence for the exclusive purpose of allocating congressional representation. It should not count anyone who is not a US Citizen, nor should it be used for the purpose of collecting any additional demographic data.

We demand the federal government recognize the Tenth Amendment. We further call for the repeal of all laws and programs not authorized by the U. S. Constitution.

We call for strengthening the rights of private property owners. We call for changes in the current state law to permit involuntary annexations only when the residents in each of the two areas involved approve the annexation by a dual referendum vote.

We oppose federal or state government taking private property away from the owner for the use of another private party. Eminent domain should be used only for public use, and we call for Congress to overturn the Kelo (Eminent Domain) ruling.

We call for the repeal of the “Federal Reserve Act” eliminating the Federal Reserve and we support returning to the gold and/or silver standard.

We support abolishing the congressional retirement fund.

We insist that a candidate prove that he or she meets all requirements for that office prior to being placed in nomination, including proof of United States citizenship.

We call for the repeal of the national healthcare database.

We oppose publically funded medical care for illegal aliens.

We believe that Iowans have the right to make their own choice when it comes to food choices (e.g. raw milk) without government regulations. (H.F. 2044)

We support the repeal of the Patriot Act.

We support profiling to identify possible terrorists.

We call for strict enforcement of existing immigration and naturalization laws. We believe that all city, county, state and federal officials should be required to enforce our immigration laws.

We call for the deportation of all illegal aliens.

We believe that each bill should contain only one subject with NO unrelated attachments, and that they be precise, easy to read, and transparent.

We believe our servicemen should serve only the United States, our Constitution, and the American Flag. We are adamantly opposed to United Nations oversight of our military units, ceding national sovereignty to any foreign body, or to the establishment of a one world government.

We oppose the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) which covers seabed mining, navigation, ocean pollution, marine research and economic zones. We are opposed to United Nation’s control of ocean resources and maritime activities. We are opposed to the United Nation’s International Seabed Authority Secretariat which violates free market principles through centralization and gives the United Nation the authority to tax. LOST violates our sovereignty and endangers our national security and economic interests.

We oppose a loan or assessed fees to remodel the United Nation’s building. We want the United States out of the United Nations and the United Nations out of the United States.

We oppose any taxes being placed on the United States by the United Nations.

We support the abolition of the IRS.

We believe candidates running as Republicans for any local or state office should be required to complete and return to the Republican Party of Iowa a signed questionnaire indicating whether the candidate agrees, disagrees or is undecided about each plank of the current party platform.

Friday, July 16, 2010

Rand Paul & Jeb Bush

Rand Paul's star continues to rise.

Trey Grayson is supporting Rand Paul and Trey has attended events with Rand.

Today it was announced that Jeb Bush will campaign for Rand Paul.

Six months ago Rand was an outsider to the GOP power brokers. Now Rand is receiving support from GOP insiders. This is a big turn of events for Rand and also for tea-party candidates around the nation.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Movie: Please Remove Your Shoes

The movie Please Remove Your Shoes about the TSA is about to be released.

Read a review of the movie about the TSA's wasteful and ineffective security procedures.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Movie: For Liberty

For Liberty: How the Ron Paul Revolution Watered the Withered Tree of Liberty is available online.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Nevada: Angle Upsets Lowden In GOP U.S. Senate Primary

In the Nevada primary today, Sharron Angle defeated Sue Lowden. Sue Lowden was the person who illegally shut down the Nevada GOP convention when it became evident that Ron Paul was going to sweep the convention.

The people are voting against the "good old boy" insiders such as Sue Lowden.

Victorious Angle vows to take back 'our U.S. Senate seat' from Harry Reid

With almost 94 percent of precincts reporting statewide, Angle had 466,488 votes, or 40 percent, compared to Lowden, who had 43,564 votes or 26.2 percent.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Neo-Cons Pull Together

John McCain, who supported amnesty for illegals and gun restrictions and free speech restrictions, has a credible challenge for the US Senate seat by J.D. Hayworth.

In a turn from McCain's previous amnesty support, McCain is now running advertisements that imply he is against illegal immigration.

Neo-cons Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin are pulling together to support liberal McCain against conservative J.D. Hayworth. Both Palin and Romney have made a mistake by giving their support to McCain, as they may all sink together with McCain.

Voters who associate with the Tea Parties have already soured on Sarah Palin, and Mitt Romney's support of John McCain will hinder Romney's aspirations of a 2012 presidential campaign.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

"I have a message from the Tea Party"

Rand Paul won the primary
in Kentucky.

Rand Paul said, in part, "I have a message from the Tea Party. We have come to take our government back."

Arlen Specter, who was registered Republican but recently admitted he is a big-government Democrat, lost his primary challenge in Pennsylvania.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Food Freedom and the FDA

The Food and Drug Administration has become an organization that protects the interests of big food companies and big drug companies. The FDA routinely attacks natural health providers, including those selling raw milk on a local and intrastate basis.

While the FDA, as a federal organization, is prohibited by the 10th amendment to the Constitution from regulating intrastate commerce. The FDA (and FCC and others) routinely exceed the bounds of their authority by attempting to enforce their rules on intrastate (within a state) commerce.

In 2009, Ron Paul introduced HR 778 to end federal restrictions on interstate traffic of raw milk. This would have prevented the FDA from regulating sales of milk between banks.

Farm To Consumer Legal Defense Fund has extensive coverage of the raw milk saga.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Endorsements For Rand Paul

Rand Paul is running his campaign like a well-oiled campaign. Dobson recently endorsed Rand Paul, and sitting Congressman Jim DeMint just endorsed Rand Paul. Jim DeMint calls Rand Paul, "the true conservative in the race".

Monday, May 3, 2010

Endorsement Undone

Last week, Dr. James Dobson (founder of Focus on the Family) endorsed Trey Grayson.

Today, Dr. James Dobson endorsed Rand Paul and retracted the prior endorsement. In the endorsement, he blamed incorrect facts provided by "senior members of the GOP". The dirty tricks of the senior GOP will continue to sink their ship, and will provide more support to liberty candidates such as Rand Paul.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Bernanke Admits Breaking Fed's Charter

The Federal Reserve is only allowed to purchase debt that is backed by the full faith and credit of the US government.
The face page of (housing) Fannie debt and Freddie debt explicity states that it is not guaranteed by the US government.

In Congressional hearings, Ron Paul had Ben Bernanke admit the Fed has bought Fannie and Feddie debt. The Fed literally created money out of nothing to buy debt the Fed is not allowed to buy.

The Fed broke it's charter. Audit The Fed! End The Fed!

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Inflationary Depression

In February 2008, Ron Paul described how the economy was moving in to an "inflationary depression". The show's host said it was the first time she had heard that term.

Prices of things we need such as food and energy are rising while the economy is stagnating at low levels. The inflationary depression has arrived.

Wholesale prices rise in March as food costs jump
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Wholesale prices rose more than expected last month as food prices surged by the most in 26 years. But excluding food and energy, prices were nearly flat.
Food prices jumped by 2.4 percent in March, the most since January 1984. Vegetable prices soared by more than 49 percent, the most in 15 years. A cold snap wiped out much of Florida's tomato and other vegetable crops at the beginning of this year.

Gasoline prices rose 2.1 percent, the department said, the fifth rise in six months.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010


Ron Paul introduced the public and Rudy Giuliani to the term "blowback" during a debate in 2007.

Rudy Giuliani endorsed former Democrat Trey Grayson from Kentucky. Upon the endorsement, an additional fund-raising effort for Rand Paul raised over $100,000 in one day. Is Rudy learning about blowback?

GOP Caucus States

I came up with the following list of States that have a GOP caucus.

North Dakota
West Virginia

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Endless War

At Ron Paul's Rally For The Republic in 2008, Aimee Allen sang of the universal soldier. Ron Paul spoke of how the universal soldier is at the mercy of the bureaucrats.

In the 2008 campaign, John McCain spoke of endless war. John McCain joked about bombing Iran. Obama predictably used the opportunity to appear to oppose bombing Iran.

Vice-president Lieberman, Obama's second-in-command, is now calling for plans to pre-emptively bomb Iran. Lieberman said in part, "I certainly think it's time for the United States to have plans that will enable us to use force to stop the Iranian nuclear program if the president orders such an attack," says Sen. Lieberman, chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs."

The Democrats and the Republicans lost their moral path and became war-mongers advocating unneeded wars. The universal soldier is the fodder for the politician's endless wars.

Kentucky Primary

Rand Paul is on track to beat his (neo-con Cheney-endorsed) challenger Trey Grayson. The Tea Party movement and Sarah Palin are backing Rand Paul.

... Rand Paul leading his closest opponent 45-30 in the GOP Senate primary. The results reflect previous polls showing the same percentage lead for Dr. Paul. All credible independent polls taken in the last several months have shown Rand Paul up by double digits.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Health Insurance Bill

Congress passed a bill for mandatory health insurance, to be implemented in 2014.

Ron Paul has some thoughts on mandatory health insurance:
Of course, the most troubling aspect of this bill is that it is so blatantly unconstitutional and contrary to the ideals of liberty. Nowhere in the constitution is there anything approaching authority for the Federal government to do any of this. The founders would have been horrified at the idea of government forcing citizens to become consumers of a particular product from certain government approved companies. 38 states are said to already be preparing legal and constitutional challenges to this legislation, and if the courts stand by their oaths, they will win. Protecting the right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness, should be the court’s responsibility. Citizens have a responsibility over their own life, but they also have the liberty to choose how they will live and protect their lives. Healthcare choices are a part of liberty, another part that is being stripped away. Government interference in healthcare has already infringed on choices available to people, but rather than getting out of the way, it is entrenching itself, and its corporatist cronies, even more deeply.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

"This is that hour"

Judge Andrew Napolitano took his Fox News radio show to Ohio State University.

"In the long history of the world, only a few generations have been granted the role of defending our freedom in its maximum hour of danger," Napolitano recited from John F. Kennedy's US Presidential Inaugural Address of 1961.
"You are that generation. This is that hour. You know what your role is to do!" he continued.

Ron Paul spoke and said in part, "The bad news is our economy is in shambles, our liberties are being destroyed routinely and we are in a state of perpetual war," said Dr. Paul. "The good news is we have answers for that, and they can be found in our principles of liberty and in our Constitution."

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Local Action In Arizona

An Arizona man has collected signatures to place a state-wide ballot initiative to remove camera and video collection for the purpose of fining speeders. The article says the company doing the monitoring shares in 1/2 the profits and the company is based in Australia.

Arizona: The Surveillance State

For years Arizona has been known as the “sunset state,” but lately some residents simply call it the “surveillance state.”

“They track us everywhere we go,” says Phoenix resident Shawn Dow. “It’s unbelievable. I can’t go anywhere and not have a camera tracking me.”

Dow is now trying to change all that with a ballot initiative this November that would ban all ticket cameras in Arizona.

“I’m tired of being constantly watched,” he said. We’re all being tracked like cattle.”


Powerful Sheriffs Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County and Paul Babeau, of Pinal County have both signed the initiative, which is set to appear on the state ballot on November 2nd .

Babeau even attended a recent rally against RedFlex in front of the company’s Phoenix office last month claiming the cameras perform work that should be done by human beings.


Monday, March 1, 2010

Returns Government Funds

Ron Paul runs a frugal office, and every year returns unspent funds. This year, Ron Paul returned over $100,000 to the federal government.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Tops at CPAC

Ron Paul won CPAC's annual straw poll at their recent conference. The ideas of limited government are gaining ground.

CPAC: Ron Paul wins CPAC straw poll

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Rand Paul & Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin is hitching her star to winners by endorsing Rand Paul, the GOP-front runner in Kentucky.