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Tag Archives: Republican
The Republican establishment uses fascist tactics to squelch the new wave of Constitutionalist & Liberty-friendly Republican voters. Maybe somebody should tell them you can’t stop an idea that’s time has come because Freedom is popular.
22 Nov 2011 by Adam G. House, U.S. Army (Retired Combat Veteran) In May of 2007, the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team deployed to the Konar Province of Afghanistan. The 2/503rd Infantry Battalion occupied the Pesche River Valley, which is … Continue reading
Anti-war? Anti-corporatism? Pro-civil liberties? Do you want to balance the budget and see prosperity? It’s not enough to say “Vote Ron Paul.” PEOPLE NEED TO SWITCH PARTIES 12 WEEKS IN ADVANCE OF THE PRIMARIES IN MOST STATES. IF YOU DO … 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.
Adam Kokesh, who served in Iraq with the United States Marines, sits down with Ron Paul at the Cannon House Office Building to discuss the Congressman’s views on veterans, foreign policy and Iraq.