Five and a half years ago, throughout the state of Minnesota, something peculiar happened. Introverts and other nerds started crawling out of their parents’ basements to voluntarily make contact with unknown life forms, life forms who were luckily also introverts … Continue reading
Ron Paul on the ‘Supreme’ Court Edict. Originally posted by Lew Rockwell on June 28, 2012 10:14 AM “I strongly disagree with today’s decision by the Supreme Court, but I am not surprised. The Court has a dismal record when it comes … Continue reading
A Revolution Comes to Minnesota Ron Paul devotees take over a state party. Published at http://www.weeklystandard.com on 11:50 AM, MAY 24, 2012 • BY MICHAEL WARREN St. Cloud, Minn. An anxious hush falls over the crowd early Friday evening at the Minnesota state … Continue reading
In libertarian wave, GOP sells its soul Article by: BEN KYRIAGIS Updated: May 31, 2012 – 6:53 PM The philosophy falls apart when it comes down to actual leadership. In a May 27 commentary (“Republican Party finds its soul”), Jason … Continue reading
Segment 3, Craig Westover Almanac Libertarian Primer Original Broadcast Date: 6/1/2012 Craig Westover is a longtime Republican activist and columnist and he’s now a Minnesota Ron Paul delegate to the Republican National Convention. He explained his approach to limited government.
Real Capitol View interviews Marianne Stebbins Many point to one woman for the success Ron Paul has had in our state. Marianne Stebbins, Chair of the Ron Paul campaign effort in Minnesota, has become a force in state politics due … Continue reading
The unpleasant fact of the matter is that liberals have always worked harder at politics than conservatives. Some on the right like to joke that going to work actually takes a lot of time out of the average day. That, while a bit too clever, does hit on an economic kernel of truth. Continue reading