Political pundits are buzzing this week about Ron Paul and the South Carolina Tea Party. Insiders suggest that Senator Tom Davis may formally endorse Ron Paul in time for the primary. Davis is considered one of South Carolina's top Tea Party leaders.Could a Davis endorsement inspire more Tea Party support for Ron Paul? Perhaps. But we also have to wonder if Davis is just jumping on the 'Anyone Except Mitt Romney' bus.Davis posted this on his offical Facebook page: In the next few days, I...Read Full Story
Ron Paul is hoping for a strong second place finish in the NH primary election. Early results show that Mitt Romney is in the lead with 36% of the votes, but Ron Paul is also showing strong results with 26% of votes. Ron Paul was expected to beat both Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich in NH. It looks like those predictions are coming true, at least with the first 1% of precincts reporting.Ewen MacAskill of the Guardian commented on Ron Paul's situation in New Hampshire: Paul is looking for...Read Full Story
(Getty Images)The Internet's favorite politician spoke Tuesday morning for the first time about being the subject of one of comedian Sacha Baron Cohen's infamous faux interviews.Ron Paul was invited to do an interview about the Austrian economy and was walked into a room set up with lights and cameras for the interview before he was shoved into an adjacent hotel room while the crew got ready. While waiting, he was approached by Cohen acting as Bruno, who quickly creeped him out by cranking...Read Full Story
At least according to the "About Ron" section of Ron Paul's campaign website... he claims: He has never voted to raise taxes. He has never voted for an unbalanced budget. He has never voted for a federal restriction on gun ownership. He has never voted to raise congressional pay. He has never taken a government-paid junket. He has never voted to increase the power of the executive branch. He voted against the Patriot Act. He voted against regulating the Internet. He voted against the Iraq...Read Full Story
Ron Paul is making an impresssion with his direct and frank opinions about the constitution, foreign policy, and especially the war in Iraq.Take a look at how Ron Paul has gained popularity in terms of the number of Google searches for his name: Google Trends for Ron Paul Ron Paul is now neck and neck with Romney in terms of total Google search volume for the month. Mitt and Mccain are both growing past Ron Paul in overall popularity, but Ron Paul has spikes in popular interest each time...Read Full Story
Ron Paul is a congressman from Texas and regular candidate for President of the United States. He is outspoken in debates and has a dedicated following, especially among bloggers and Libertarians.