Saturday, May 31, 2008

Top-level Torture

It turned Abu Ghraib’s hooded, leashed, and naked “detainees” from an aberration that shamed America into official policy. No longer can the administration claim that only “a few” low-hanging “bad apples” are guilty: the president and his advisers are the biggest of those apples.

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Friday, May 30, 2008

This is a fantastic message...I agree...

On May 30th, 2008 -
Following Message Directed to writer Chaplain Steve:

I believe that in 2012 we will see something interesting...people will look back to Ron Paul's writings...his latest book, etc...and I do smell a form of "Death" in 2-3 years to the NeoCONS!

This same Carl Bruining recently at a local Colorado GOP Woman's function was told to sit down, shut up or he would be escorted out the restaurant doors....since there was a pro-McCain supporter speaking about this turkey...their motto is never challenge anyone.

The one that told Carl this was the president of this Woman's group...

A Fellow Ron Paul Supporter wrote about this in a local newspaper...

"Dear Editor,I was invited to a Longmont Republican Women's breakfast at Terroir's recently, where Mary Daubman, from John McCain's campaign, was the keynote speaker. I don't support John McCain, but I assumed I'd be welcome, since I figured they wouldn't be just "singing to the choir", as there are still a lot of undecideds.

The president introduced different individuals attending and allowed them to speak. But when she acknowledged Carl Bruning, a spokesman from the Ron Paul campaign, the introduction was rushed, and when he started to speak like the others had been invited to do, she firmly told him to "No! Sit down!" She sounded like an elementary teacher addressing a problem child.

After my initial shock, I tuned in to the speaker and felt like I was being read a bedtime story, about feats of some magnificent hero. But I know from research that there was a lot more she was not telling. I wanted to ask, "Can anyone give me a candidate that is genuine, that doesn't double-talk, and that respects our Constitution without apology?" But before I was able, Carl Bruning respectfully raised his hand. After being ignored, his friend raised his own hand, and when chosen, turned his opportunity over for Carl to speak. When Carl spoke about his disappointment in the manner Ron Paul's representatives are being treat ed by the Republican Party, he was told again to "Sit down, that is enough!" and even threatened with removal.

What is going on in this Party? And why aren't the people at this meeting thinking for themselves? I would challenge every person there that witnessed such abominable behaviour to do better research on the candidates. To seek a candidate who doesn't endorse such tactics, and to read the Constitution to find out what we're losing at an alarming rate! We don't want a candidate that says what we want to hear, only to change it for another audience. Check out what John McCain is currently saying. What kind of Republican are we voting for; as you see, there are now two kinds! "

Meantime...keep studing the Constitution, get ahold of "The Federalist Papers, and Anti-Federalist Papers"....don't stop educating others about freedom...we now have the equipment...let's use them!

Charlesn of Northern Colorado and a Ron Paul Supporter!

Racism and the John Birch Society... Absurdities Never End!

The JBS is not racist! Not then. Not now. Anyone who knows its history knows that blacks and Jews were both members in the 60s when the JBS got popular and are so even today. And as someone who is a member, worked for the Society, and is black, I resent the continual propaganda put against a patriot group that is trying to save this country.

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Thursday, May 29, 2008

Hawaii Republican Convention Was Lowest Point in Party's Recent History

Hawaii ReporterFreedom to Report Real News
Hawaii Republican Convention Was Lowest Point in Party's Recent History

By Daniel Brackins, 5/19/2008 6:18:13 AM

This weekend’s state convention was possibly the lowest point of the Hawaii Republican Party. I have attended many conventions in the past but this was the first time I have ever witnessed such large scales of impropriety and malfeasance on the part of the party leadership. While the party leaders continued to espouse “unity” throughout the convention weekend, there was none to be found.

It was also the first time I have seen delegates weep in regards to the conduct of the party leadership. Many of these delegates were there to have a wonderful time and enjoy the convention process. The guerilla tactics used by the McCain campaign and the GOP leadership represent reprehensible behavior.

Among the tactics employed were blocking the microphone from speakers, changing rules to allow a predetermined McCain slate to be simply dropped into the ballot box, and not allowing Ron Paul observers to watch the actual tally being entered into the computer. The actual tally of votes has also been deemed secret, and will not be released to the public. The 2006 platform was also readopted without any debate being allowed on the subject. This is a slap in the face of all the platform committee members who volunteered much of their time to work on the 2008 platform.

The pinnacle of unethical behavior was the revelation of a confidential script that was used by the McCain campaign in conjunction with party leadership to influence the outcome of the convention. After reviewing a copy of this script, I was appalled that the entire event was scripted. The script even included elected representatives such as Gene Ward.

Another appalling fact was that the chair, Sam Aiona, also had his rulings scripted. The chair is supposed to be fair during the proceedings, but this demonstrates that he was not. All the delegates in attendance witnessed a staged act of which the outcome was already predetermined. This was a waste of money and cost honest delegates a great deal of money, especially those who flew in from neighboring islands.

After the convention, several delegates apologized to the Ron Paul delegation for what had just occurred during the proceedings. This shows that the GOP leadership only further divided the Hawaii Republican Party. It also demonstrates that many honest Republicans believe that the Ron Paul supporters were not the “extremists” the GOP leadership and McCain camp claimed. The Ron Paul campaign simply wanted a fair election process.

The outcome of this convention clearly demonstrates that a change in party leadership must take place at the next convention in 2009. We cannot allow these types of acts to continue within our local party. It has already been shown by many honest conservative Republicans that the Hawaii GOP has failed to market itself to the state in order to defeat the Democratic majority. One such group is the Reform Republican Victory Caucus (RRVC) that has been recently established.

The RRVC has asked me to co-chair their committee and I have accepted. As such I am withdrawing as the Republican candidate for Congressional District 1. The party leadership has refused to support candidates such as myself for elected office, and has done them a great injustice in their failure to create a strong Republican message. My time and the money of my supporters will be better spent to reform the current party. I will make it my personal goal to affect such change.

We must change party leadership before we can run successful candidates for elected office. Beginning a local political campaign five months before November without a Republican message will only fail to elect members of our party. A strong GOP message must be delivered in advance, before candidates run for office. The official Hawaii GOP Web site doesn’t even list the principles that our party believes in. I have seen high school clubs advertise better than our party. Because of this I predict that the GOP will suffer serious losses during the November elections.

I challenge all members of the Hawaii Republican Party to take a principled stance so that we may avoid future impropriety such as those that occurred at the state convention. We must stand together to elect party leaders with such principles that will work to create a strong message that will be delivered to the citizens of Hawaii.

Daniel Brackins is co-chair of the Reform Republican Victory Caucus and Hawaii Assistant State Coordinator for Ron Paul 2008 PCC. Brackins has a B.A. in Political Science from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA and is currently finishing up his M.B.A. at Hawaii Pacific University. He has presented his economic research throughout the United States and Japan, and has been a political consultant for various political candidates. For more information visit or send email to: reports the real news, and prints all editorials submitted, even if they do not represent the viewpoint of the editors, as long as they are written clearly. Send editorials to
VOTE 2008!...
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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

MN GOP Chair misuses his office to encourage McCain turnout

Ron Carey is misusing his office of Chairman to encourage turnout only of delegates for one candidate. The Republican Party Bylaws clearly forbid this activity.

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Revolution in Idaho: 24% for Ron Paul!

In a stunning upset victory for the Ron Paul Revolution, Presidential Candidate Ron Paul obtained 24% of the vote in yesterday’s Republican primary, by far his best showing in all primaries so far.

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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Protesters Interrupt McCain Speech In Denver

DENVER -- A least three groups of protesters interrupted the beginning of Republican presidential candidate John McCain's campaign speech at the University of Denver campus Tuesday morning.His speech was billed as a foreign policy address.Link to Full Speech:

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Iran Is No Threat, Unless Bush Makes It One

Makes a lucid and entirely well substantiated case for leaving Iran alone.

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Sunday, May 25, 2008


Nothing alarms me more than the thought of an irrational person in the White House. I'm OK with stupid. I can live with venal. I can tolerate a womanizer, even a drunk, but a crazy person in command of our nuclear forces gives me the heebie-jeebies. Article by Charley Reese

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Saturday, May 24, 2008

McCain suffers right wing backlash on immigration flip-flop

After running into problems with grassroots conservatives over his support for an immigration bill that would have offered citizenship to illegal immigrants, John McCain promised that he would deal with border security first. Now a statement by McCain which suggests he has reversed his position yet again is leading to rumbles of discontent.

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Friday, May 23, 2008

Rand Paul's introduction speech in Louisville

Rand Paul on Plans for St. PaulThe present Republican party hijacked by neocons is like a spoiled little kid who throws a temper tantrum. Whaaaa! its my ball and you can't play!

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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Illegal Immigration Crisis, NAU, and NAFTA

The McCain-Kennedy-Bush amnesty was defeated in the Senate in June 2007. Congress is now trying to lull us to sleep by appearing to solve the illegal immigration crisis by infringing on our right to privacy with the Real ID Act and establishing a national ID database, while allowing an open borders merger of the U.S., Mexico, and Canada.

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Monday, May 19, 2008

McCain And Obama Both Shared the Same Foreign Policy Advisor

Both share the same disregard for the U.S. Constitution and embrace the globalism and interventionism that has bankrupted our great nation. From illegal immigration to global warming, both John McCain and Barack Obama seem to be walking in lockstep. They are virtually indistinguishable when it comes to the most pressing issues of the day.

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A financial state of emergency exists, due to the reckless behavior of the Federal Reserve System, the Chairman, and the Board of Governors, and we do declare Federal Reserve Notes of no consequential value, and have therefore decided to withdraw all federal reserve debt notes from the banking system for a term of no less than 10 (ten) days.

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Friday, May 16, 2008

Definition - Main Entry: pre·sump·tion

noun 2 a: an attitude or belief dictated by probability : assumption b: the ground, reason, or evidence lending probability to a belief - Example: "GOP Candidate John McCain is the Presumptive Nominee for President in 2008" = Not based on actual facts, YET!!

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Thursday, May 15, 2008

John McCain Exposed

John McCain's foreign policy the way I see it. Apparently most Republicans don't remember what it means to be conservative. They shout platitudes praising Ronald Reagan while turning their backs on his core principals,

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Ron Paul publicly names neoconservatives

This is one of (if not) the most important videos on the net right now. Ron Paul once again proves he is 100% for the people and is the most courageous and honest candidate in modern history. Spread it!

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Neo-Cons Find It Harder To Divide Americans These Days

Americans now need real answers to their growing real problems, not further hatred and division from the neo-conservative confederacy of dunces.

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Revolutionary Ideas: The Revolution, A Manifesto

The Revolution, A Manifesto by Ron PaulReview By: Charles ScaligerEvery now and then a book changes the course of human history. Such were the political writings of the American founding era — the pamphlets of Thomas Paine, the Federalist Papers, and Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations prominent among them....

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Did McCain Really Say the Iraq War Is About Oil?

Has the United States gone to war in the Middle East for oil? That allegation has generally emanated from opponents of our military interventions in the Middle East, and it has been dismissed by the neoconservatives who have supported those interventions as far-leftist propaganda. But all that changed on May 2, when Iraq War supporter John McCain..

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John McCain

John McCain - Who is he? During the primaries, Republican presidential candidate John McCain has variously been called a liberal, a bipartisan leader, a maverick, and even a conservative. The media has bashed and praised him. Let's examine who he really is...

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Will There Be a Revolt Against McCain at the GOP Convention?

With the ongoing battle between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, and with the Republican nomination presumably locked up by John McCain, Ron Paul may seem to have disappeared. Not quite. Ron Paul, alone among the other candidates for the Republican nomination, never conceded defeat. His supporters have remained active.

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Transatlantic Two Step

A process is underway to bring economic integration between the United States and the European Union. This process includes an attempt to use "top down" pressure to bring about a "Common market" between the USA and the E.U. The Transatlantic Policy Network, an NGO, seeks to bring this common market to fruition. Senator Robert Bennett is involved.

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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Overview of America- Ron Paul speaks at Duke University

Campus clubs and organizations get this DVD.Show it to fellow students. Organize now for the fall classes and start educating student sand faculty on the differences between republics and democracies; the true political spectrum, and the different forms of state monopoly, (communism, Fascism, Nazism, socialism), and its opposite- Free enterprise.

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Romney, Huckabee, Paul Voters Face GOP Charges

Each state votes for representatives to attend the National Republican Convention. According to the Missouri GOP, unless you supported John McCain BEFORE the primary, you will NOT be able to vote. Yes, this is America.

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Ron Paul forces quietly plot GOP convention revolt

The forces of Rep. Ron Paul have been organizing across the country to stage an embarrassing public revolt against Sen. John McCain when Republicans gather for their national convention in St. Paul at the beginning of September.

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Monday, May 12, 2008

For all members to read...Extreme bigotry from GOP at a Sat meeting!

Hello all,

Here is a copy of a statement from one of our members about what happened at a local GOP breakfast this past Saturday. This is one more reason that all of us MUST attend every GOP function happening in Colorado, so that we have documented proof of what is being said about Ron Paul Republicans, and ALSO, so we can show our strength in being active in the CO GOP arena!

This letter will shock you, and make you ANGRY!!!

If you would like to post this on other MUG's or blogs, feel free. The more that know about how the CO GOP is trying to destroy the Republican Party...the better! Shame on them for plotting against fellow Republicans instead of trying to unite us and focus all of this energy towards the Democrats!!! Send this to everyone you know, locally and nationally!

Also, if any of you know of anyone in the MSM...see if they would like to see that it's not just the Dem's fighting it out. They should look into what is happening in the GOP!

Someone contacted me after they found out about this, and is writing up a counter action to what we should do to save our Republican Party, the best tool around! Stay tuned!

Here ya go! Stay calm, if you can! -


On Saturday morning, May 10, 2008, I attended the District 1 Annual
meeting of the Colorado Federation of Republican Women. Unbeknownst to me, the 2-hour meeting would end up being an atrocious display of anti-Republican behavior.

In this letter, I will give the details from the meeting that were
repugnant. Before I begin, I feel compelled to state that I could not
believe I was in the presence of Liberty-loving people who stood by and were involved in this complicity. As the Republican National Committee Party Rules state (in the first paragraph), "BE IT RESOLVED, That the Republican Party is the party of the open door. Ours is the party of liberty, the party of equality of opportunity for all and favoritism for none."

The headlining speaker was Michael Eddy from the McCain campaign. I knew something was fishy about this person, as the card attached to each of the 30-some roses he had delivered to the meeting on behalf of the McCain campaign had, on one side, a personal endorsement to support him as a delegate to the State or CD Assembly/Convention.

Mike spent the last quarter of his speech discussing his knowledge about the "large contingency" of Ron Paul supporters in Colorado. He said he was fine with electing people who were Romney supporters to be National delegates, but not Ron Paul supporters. He said delegates should be "loyal" Republicans and Ron Paul supporters are not. He said we should not elect people as delegates who will get to the National Convention and "light their hair on fire". He said Ron Paul supporters would be a disgrace to the Republican Party.

He went on to state that they know that there are about 50 delegates for Ron Paul who will be at the CD 1 Assembly. He brought up what occurred with another state's convention and said that the National organization (RNC) is working closely with the remaining states' organizations to ensure Ron Paul delegates do not get elected. He said the National Committee will be having a conference call with the Colorado State Republican Party Committee on Monday (5/12) to discuss this. He further explained that they would accomplish this by changing the Rules prior to the convention and additionally coming up with their own slate.

After Mike spoke, other members in attendance echoed his inflammatory statements about Ron Paul supporters. Ruth Dolan, president, spoke in agreement with Mike Eddy's statements, as well as other officers. One officer warned everyone to be very "prudent" because there are people among us whom are "wolves in sheep's clothing".

I recognized other Ron Paul supporters in the room, so I know I was not the only one who left the meeting in complete disgust that Republicans could conspire against other Republicans in such a way. This is energy that should be directed towards Democrats, not fellow Republicans!

-- Ron Paul supporter incensed by CFRW District 1 Speaker and Officers

Hilly or Obama. Who makes the better loser?

When you control who the "favored" candidate of the Republicans shall be, then is it not also reasonable to assume that the theater taking place over in the Dems corner is as phony as a match between two big time wrestlers? Is the tag team of Hilly and Barrack throwing the match to McCain?

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Ron Paul #1 on New York Times Best Seller List

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA – Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul’s newest book, “The Revolution: A Manifesto”, is number one on the New York Times Best Sellers list for May 18th, 2008.

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Saturday, May 10, 2008

Another Constitutionalist running for the US Senate!

Murray Sabrin is a Constitutionalist running for the Senate and endorsed by Ron Paul!

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Friday, May 9, 2008

Infighting rains on McCain's party; Ron Paul Insurgency

Senator John McCain is sailing toward his coronation as the Republican presidential nominee while the Democratic candidates battle fiercely. But Republicans also are engaged in some tough infighting that could disrupt the national convention and make it more difficult for him to unite the party in the fall.

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The Twilight of Irredeemable Debt

On August 14, 1971, President Richard Nixon took the country completely off the gold standard. Debt ceased to be an obligation and became a way of life. Now it is 2008, and the chickens are coming home to roost! Irredeemable debt is created by printing fiat dollars: dollars that are backed by nothing other than legal tender laws and...

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Tobacco, Tolerance, and Truth

They paid for the convention hall, got all the necessary permits, but still this happy group of Pipe-smoking conventioneers couldn't light up their pipes because the Health Nazis are the most intolerant people on God's green earth!

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Outlawing Vitamins in Canada?

Yes, that is about the size of it. The UN or it's enforcement arm-- the NAFTA regulatory police- may someday pull you over for carrying a concealed bottle of vitamin C . Jail time and a huge penalties awaits Candadians who are too foolish to get involved to stop the North American Union. The place to start is to get out of NAFTA! America, you too!

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Gop's Presence in DC Shrinking Fast

It's ironic but the presidency of George W. Bush may be the end of the GOP.Wasn't that long ago that I heard Christians tell me that GW was sent by God!Did God really mean to use GW to destroy the very Party that most evangelicals belong to? Had Gore won in 2000 or Kerry in '04 the GOP would be stronger today not weaker!

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Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Don't hear the real costs to our economy- Bush isn't talking

Inflation is a hidden tax that is ripped from our pockets by the combined thievery of the Fed and the politicians. Fuel & bread didn't go up in price first. First inflated dollars flood the market with unbaked paper currency. The "inflated" currency or new money, waters down existing money. It takes more new money to buy the same fuel & bread.

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Will our Declaration of Independence survive? All rhetoric aside, this is THE overarching issue of our time! Will we remain a free and independent nation? Please read and share TODAY!

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Monday, May 5, 2008

Tool to find the 2008 candidate that represents you best

Glassbooth is a non-profit, non-bias, nonpartisan and transparent organization that hopes to empower the American voter in making an informed decision at the polls. Don't buy into the political horse race, vote on the issues instead.

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Sunday, May 4, 2008

Ron Paul: Regulation, Free Trade and Mexican Trucks

Ron Paul on Mexican trucks:"Another NAFTA nail is about to be hammered into the coffin Washington is building for the US economy. Within the next few days our borders will be opened to the Mexican trucking industry in an unprecedented way. A "pilot" program is starting which will allow trucks from Mexico to haul goods..."

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McCain Health Care Plan Would Include Federal Money

Speaking in Tampa, Florida, on April 29, Senator John McCain unveiled his health care plan. Senator McCain has obviously decided that there is ample precedent for Republicans — as well as Democrats — to ignore the Constitution by involving the federal government in health care. Though some parts of his proposed plan are...

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Saturday, May 3, 2008


A message from Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt, Sr. Policy Adviser, U.S. Dept. of Education during the Reagan Administration

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Thursday, May 1, 2008

Ron Paul Announces his New Book, The Revolution: A Manifesto

Ron Paul announces his new book which has been available for a few weeks. April 30 is the official release date, and this book is currently the top seller on Amazon across all categories. The Revolution - A Manifesto. Check it out.

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Ron Paul Announces his New Book, The Revolution: A Manifesto

Ron Paul announces his new book which has been available for a few weeks. April 30 is the official release date, and this book is currently the top seller on Amazon across all categories. The Revolution - A Manifesto. Check it out.

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Ron Paul #1 on Amazon

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA – Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul is no stranger to success on the internet. Today, he set another milestone as his new book “The Revolution: A Manifesto” hit number one on the online retailer's “Hot New Releases in Books” list. The book’s official release is today, April 30th.

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