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by Adam G. House One reason government should fear its people—when the ruling class has blatantly disregarded the people’s Rights—is that those who have had everything taken from them, and feel there’s nothing left to lose, make for a focused … Continue reading
6 FEB 2012 by Adam Kokesh Dear Readers of CVRP 2012 & Fellow Combat Veterans, It seems the troops would like a commander-in-chief who is decisive, puts AMERICA’s security first, & will only send troops into harm’s way with a … Continue reading
13 Nov 2011 As of 3:00 PM Central Time, the Ron Paul Veterans Day weekend money bomb has received $845,000 from supporters. This is awesome, especially for a fundraiser that wasn’t promoted as heavily as many of the previous money … Continue reading
U.S. Congressman Ron Paul’s speech before the United States House of Representatives on February 12, 2009. This is an amazing speech. Americans would be well served to listen to and heed Mr. Paul’s words.