Friday, January 4, 2008

PBS Interview with Bill Moyer (EXCELLENT)

Via Liberty Maven.




Coverage of Iowa Results

Thanks to Mercaeld for the videos below covering the Iowa Results.

Wolf Blitzer shouts Ron Paul at Larry King 01/03/08:

Wolf Blitzer says Ron Paul is a "Player" 01/04/08:

Thursday, January 3, 2008

Judge Napolitano praises Ron Paul

Here is an older videoclip of Judge Andrew Napolitano heaping praise on Ron Paul. Napolitano has been discussed as a possible Attorney General or Supreme Court Justice in a Paul administration.

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Ron Paul on the Situation Room - 1/2/2008

Thanks again to Marcaeld.

Nick Gillespie on O'Reilly about Ron Paul 01/02/2008

I'm not sure what's going on with the Larry King situation, but check this video from the "Factor" that aired this evening. Thanks to Marcaeld.

Larry King Show TONIGHT

Tonight, Ron Paul's TV schedule is as follows:

8 PM EST - C-SPAN will air a live speech by Ron to a group of Veterans in Iowa.

9 PM EST - The Larry King Show on CNN will have Ron on as a guest for a 30-minute interview.

I am currently working on captioning the MSNBC and CNN interviews that aired today, and hope to have them up by tomorrow night.

Links of the Day

Today has been an amazing day for Ron Paul in terms of mainstream media coverage. Is the Old Media finally waking up and realizing the extent of Ron Paul's support?

Check out some of these links below and see for yourselves.

CBS News - "Ron Paul's Loyal Student Surrogates"

The above article, written by Eve Fairbanks, is an excellent peek behind the scenes in Iowa that shines the light at the student volunteers working for the Ron Paul campaign.

MSNBC - "Thousands Switch Parties: Is There A Primary Reason?"

Karen Branch-Brioso of the Tampa Tribune asks why "17,808 Hillsborough voters switched political parties". I think I know why : )

The Washington Times: "lib¿er¿tar¿ian"

Nick Gillespie and Matt Welch take a closer look at the Ron Paul Revolution.

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

"Paul Rivals Clinton, Raising Almost $20 Million for Campaign"

Here's an article from

"Paul Rivals Clinton, Raising Almost $20 Million for Campaign

By Kristin Jensen

Jan. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Presidential candidate Ron Paul raised almost $20 million for his campaign in the last three months, potentially outpacing every one of his Republican rivals and putting his fundraising in league with Hillary Clinton's.

Paul, a U.S. representative from Texas, raised at least $19.5 million, according to a statement posted on his Web site. His campaign said today that he originally aimed to raise $12 million in the fourth quarter of 2007.

The take puts Paul on par with the top fundraisers in the Democratic Party, who outpaced Republicans last year. The campaign of New York Senator Clinton yesterday said she raised more than $100 million for the year, meaning she brought in at least $20 million in the fourth quarter.

Paul has drawn supporters with his libertarian message and his opposition to the war in Iraq, spurring a burst of donations on the Internet, the source of about 80 percent of the contributions last quarter, according to Paul spokesman Jesse Benton. In the three months through September, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani brought in the most contributions among Republicans, for a total of $11.5 million.

Presidential campaigns don't have to report fundraising figures until the end of January, though many give hints about their totals earlier than that. Arizona Senator John McCain, who's seeking the Republican presidential nomination, yesterday told reporters in New Hampshire that December was his best fundraising month since July. He gave no further details.

To contact the reporter on this story:
Kristin Jensen in Iowa at
Last Updated: January 1, 2008 12:55 EST

Fox excludes Ron Paul from their forum

First off, Happy New Year, everybody!

Here's an article that details Ron Paul's exclusion from a Fox Forum that will be held just before the New Hampshire Primaries.

"Fox, meanwhile, has invited five GOP candidates to a forum with Chris Wallace scheduled for its mobile studio in New Hampshire on Sunday. Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, Sen. John McCain of Arizona, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former Sen. Fred Thompson of Tennessee received invites, leaving Paul of Texas and Rep. Duncan Hunter of California on the sidelines"

The funny thing is that Ron Paul meets all three of the criteria that Fox used as reasons to exclude him from the forum. Ron's response to news of this exclusion was classic:

“They are scared of me and don’t want my message to get out, but it will,” Paul said in an interview at a diner here. “They are propagandists for this war and I challenge them on the notion that they are conservative.”

Here is a great music video that is not captioned but is very visually appealing. It relates perfectly to the above news, as it takes a hard look at the biasness of the mainstream media.

Iowa's caucus process will take place Thursday night, January 3rd. For the first time ever, I am excited about a primary in a state hundreds of miles away from me! The general consensus amongst Ron Paul supporters is that finishing third is a win in our book, and that we'll shock the world if we finish second. I think it'll go Romney, Paul, Huckabee, Thompson, McCain, Giuliani, Hunter, but I'm an optimist.