[Just go away, Ron]Breitbart TV ^ | 8/29/2014Posted on 8/29/2014, 8:25:48 AM by markomalley
In an interview with Money and Markets podcaster Charles Goyette posted a week ago, former Rep. Ron Paul R-TX discussed some of the undisclosed information by the U.S. government surrounding the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
In that discussion, Paul argued the U.S. government may have had a hint something along the lines the 9/11 attacks could occur, but had gone out of its way after the fact to cover up its knowledge.
“I believe that if we ever get the full truth, we’ll find out that our government had it in the records exactly what the plans were, or at least close to it,” Paul said.
“You already mentioned that [the U.S. government] had been warned that something was going to happen.”
By Chuck BaldwinJuly 10, 2014NewsWithViews.comJust as they did with his father, Ron Paul, globalist elitists within the GOP are pouncing on Kentucky Senator Dr. Rand Paul. Obviously, the only reason for Republican leaders to be ganging up on Rand like this is because
they are scared silly that he might just win the Republican nomination for President in 2016. And if there is anything that frightens the GOP establishment, it is an independent-minded, non-interventionist, reader of the Constitution–you know, someone like George Washington or Thomas Jefferson–or Rand Paul.Here is how Politico covered the story:
Rand Paul vs. Rick Perry: Who’s winning?
The Christian Science Monitor ^ | July 14, 2014 | Peter GrierPosted on 7/14/2014, 1:37:39 PM by ConservingFreedomThis Rand Paul versus Rick Perry GOP thunderstorm popped up pretty fast, didn’t it?
It was a dark cloud on the horizon on Friday, when Governor Perry of Texas published an op-ed in The Washington Post that attacked Senator Paul as a foreign policy isolationist.
Paul is reluctant to devote more US troops and weapons to Iraq, and Perry used that position to portray the Kentucky lawmaker as the reverse of Ronald Reagan, as someone who wants to hunker down at home rather than lead the world.“Paul is drawing his own red line along the water’s edge, creating a giant moat where superpowers can retire from the world,” Perry wrote, mockingly.
‘Stolen Our Flag': Pope Says Communists Are Closet Christians
NBC News ^ | 06/29/2014 | ReutersPosted on 6/29/2014, 12:34:47 PM by Rusty0604
Pope Francis, whose criticisms of unbridled capitalism have prompted some to label him a Marxist, said in an interview published on Sunday that communists had stolen the flag of Christianity.The pontiff gave an interview to Il Messaggero, Rome‘s local newspaper, to mark the feast of Saints Peter and Paul, a Roman holiday.
He was asked about a blog post in the Economist magazine that said he sounded like a Leninist when he criticized capitalism and called for radical economic reform.”I can only say that the communists have stolen our flag. The flag of the poor is Christian. Poverty is at the center of the Gospel,” he said, citing Biblical passages about the need to help the poor, the sick and the needy.”Communists say that all this is communism. Sure, twenty centuries later.
Paul: US has been arming ISIS in SyriaThe Hill ^ | Sunday, June 22, 2014 | Rebecca ShabadPosted on 6/22/2014, 12:01:49 PM by kristinnSen. Rand Paul R-Ky. said Sunday that the Sunni militants taking over Iraq have quickly gained power because the United States has armed their group in Syria.
Associated Press ^ | 06/06/2014Posted on 6/6/2014, 1:59:58 PM by Responsibility2ndFORT WORTH, Texas AP – U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky says he and Texas counterpart Ted Cruz will be “friendly competitors” should both run for president in 2016. Each is addressing the Texas Republican Convention in Fort Worth — and both are possible White House contenders.~snip~
Ron Paul Takes Down Another Neocon….. “Paul catches Krauthammer in a lie, as the neoconservative warns that…” – LewRockwell.com
By Daniel McAdamsRon Paul InstituteJune 5, 2014Email PrintFacebookTwitterShareOn the Ron Paul Channel,
Dr. Paul reviews a recent article by neoconservative writer Charles Krauthammer, in which Krauthammer expresses his great fear that US “influence” is on the decline after a $400 billion trade deal between Russia and China was signed last month.
“It’s almost as if he is terrified that peace may be breaking out,” said Dr. Paul.The neocons believe that the US bullying the rest of the world is very good, said Dr. Paul, because we have to spread American exceptionalism around the world. We don’t want to look like we are a weak nation.But that approach to the world is not strength,
Paul says. It is actually a sign of insecurity and inferiority that the US government feels compelled to either buy its friends or bomb those who refuse the US bribes.The neocon mindset is incapable of considering that security, peace, and prosperity do not depend solely on foreign submission to US bombs or bribes.Dr. Paul zeroes in on what is really bugging Krauthammer about the Russia/China deal: his fear that the US military budget will not continue to rise at the neocon-preferred level.