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Ron Paul changes his newsletter story again

Texas Congressman and perennial Presidential contender Ron Paul changed his story again on his involvement with the controversial newsletters bearing his name published in...

For Ron Paul, everything old is new again

Ron Paul got a free pass from the media as long as he was a backbencher with a fringe following but when he surged...

Romney takes slim lead over Paul in new Iowa poll; Santorum surges

A new CNN/Time poll for Iowa is good news for Mitt Romney, great news for Rick Santorum, fair news for Ron Paul and a...

Obama to sneak debt limit hike through while Congress is gone

Using a loophole in the budget agreement reached back in August, President Barack Obama hopes to sneak an increase in the debt ceiling through...

The Republican primaries: Much ado about nobodies

The "official" Republican presidential primary season begins in a week with the Iowa caucuses.  Then we get down to real voting in New Hampshire,...

As a Congressman, Ron Paul’s record is lackluster at best

Ron Paul sponsored 620 bills as a Congressman from Texas. One became law -- H.R. 2121, which authorized sale of the old U.S. Customs House...

The hypocrisy of Ron Paul and his supporters

The rabid supporters of twice unsuccessful Presidential candidate Ron Paul claim their candidate is different from the others but when he comes under attack...

Ron Paul’s doomsday scenarios could doom America’s future

Ron Paul disavows newsletters and direct mail solicitations from the 1990s that spout doomsday scenarios but his speeches on the campaign stump with a...

Gingrich compares Virginia ballot flub to Pearl Harbor

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich's campaign director is comparing the candidate's failure to get his name on Virginia's Republican primary ballot for...

Republican mainstreamers turn up the heat on Ron Paul

In his two previous campaigns for President, Texas Congressman Ron Paul was considered such a fringe candidate that most of his contemporaries ignored his...