Post Tagged with: "Ron Paul newsletter"

December 27, 2011 08:09

Why the Republicans need to pick Gingrich, despite his past failings

So the question remains has Gingrich grown enough to deserve a second chance. Frankly, we have no other serious choice or it’s going to be four more years of Obama, out of control spending, and socialism. – Canada Free Press

December 26, 2011 11:26

Ron Paul’s wacky views get scrutiny as he rises in the polls

Krauthammer says Ron Paul may be rising in Iowa but nationally he is unelectable. See more Ron Paul videos on our YouTube playlist.

December 23, 2011 10:22

Mark Steyn on Ron Paul’s worldview: ‘Sheer stupid, half-witted parochialism’

The reaction to Ron Paul’s ascent in the polls — especially now that he has a shot at winning the Iowa caucuses — has been severe, with critics raising questions regarding his apparent September 11th “truther-ism” and ill-advised statements found in newsletters Paul distributed in the 1990s. – Daily Caller

December 22, 2011 05:50

Ron Paul quits CNN interview after being asked about racist newsletters

Ron Paul ended an interview with CNN after he was questioned about a hate-filled newsletter that was published under his name. Many of the controversial statements were written in the first person. The newsletters were published about 20 years ago and contained a number of incendiary comments about African-Americans, such as referring to Martin Luther King Jr. Day as “Hate Whitey Day.” All of the newsletters featured his name, but Paul has said he did not write the racist language.

December 19, 2011 11:12

The [wacko] Company Ron Paul Keeps

This sordid history would not bear repeating but for the fact that the media love to portray Paul as a truth-telling, antiwar Republican standing up to the “hawkish” conservative establishment. Otherwise, the newsletters, and Paul’s continued failure to name their author, would be mentioned in every story about him, and he would be relegated to the fringe where he belongs. But Paul has escaped the sort of media scrutiny that would bury other political figures. – Weekly Standard