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Time for a “School Revolution”

 
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Time for a “School Revolution”

Dr. Ron Paul’s new book, The School Revolution, is out today! From the book’s introduction: More often than not, we do things a certain way in America strictly because they’ve already been done that way.  Of course, we tinker with policies and institutions here and there, but generally speaking, we don’t want to rock the […]


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Support for Syria Attack Quickly Eroding in Congress

So reports USA Today: WASHINGTON — The Obama administration’s efforts to sway Congress to support military airstrikes against Syria suffered further setbacks Monday, raising serious doubts that the president will be able to muster the necessary support in either the House or Senate. Three additional senators, Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., Roy Blunt, R-Mo., and Heidi Heitkamp, […]


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Iowa Leaders Oppose Attack on Syria

As Congress continues to debate authorizing the President to attack Syria (though the administration may still unconstitutionally act even if Congress rejects the move), grassroots leaders in Iowa have added their voices to those of millions of other Americans opposing action. Below is the Republican Party of Iowa’s press release containing their letter to Senator […]


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Ron Paul Scholarship Application Deadline This Monday

Our chairman has made no secret of how much he enjoys speaking to our nation’s rising generation, and it has been incredible over the past several years to see how college students have responded to Dr. Paul and the message of liberty. Now, to help deserving pro-liberty students cover some of the rising costs of […]


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Watch Thomas Massie and “The New York Meeting” Live tonight at 6pm!

For years, “The New York Meeting” was off-the-record and held behind closed doors. According to the event’s organizers, this high-level meeting of free market leaders is an engaging national forum that gets to the core of the most important issues facing the nation. The live audience is limited to five hundred invited guests — legislators, […]


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