Ron Paul Wins in Iowa and Minnesota, Romney in a Panic

By Doug Wead Ron Paul supporters surged to victory in yesterday’s Minnesota and Iowa district conventions, dominating the process and picking up more delegates to the Republican National Convention.    As reported last week, a number of Romney Hawks are now deeply concerned that Ron Paul has already laid the groundwork for similar success in sixContinue reading “Ron Paul Wins in Iowa and Minnesota, Romney in a Panic”


Anti-Romney Revolt at Liberty University

Keep your Romney, give us Ron Paul ! The John McCain, eh sorry, the Mitt Romney campaign replayed a scene from past failed Republican candidates yesterday.  They announced in the morning that Governor Romney would be the commencement speaker at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.  The school founded, by Jerry Falwell, is touted as theContinue reading “Anti-Romney Revolt at Liberty University”

Fun times at the Wyoming State GOP Convention

As a service to Ron Paul activists, laboring in the GOP delegation process, I am posting as many reports from the conventions as possible.  This is to help you see what works, what doesn’t and why. This report from April Poley, a Ron Paul activist in Wyoming, writes about last weekend’s Republican Party Convention in Wyoming:Continue reading “Fun times at the Wyoming State GOP Convention”

An appeal for calm in Alaska

Evan Cutler gave such a measured and intelligent  appeal for calm among Ron Paul supporters in Alaska that I had to put this in a post all of its own: Statement from Evan Cutler: For the record, here is part of a response I made to a person contacting me last night, trying to setContinue reading “An appeal for calm in Alaska”

Ron Paul Pandemic causes Romney split

All hell breaks loose in Alaska By Doug Wead There is a split at the senior levels of the Mitt Romney campaign over how to deal with the ongoing Ron Paul takeover of the Republican Party, this, from an old friend inside.  Some are saying, “Let it happen, so what?  We have the nomination, theyContinue reading “Ron Paul Pandemic causes Romney split”

Ron Paul to Obama and Romney: “Jerusalem is the capital of Israel”

Ron Paul to Obama and Romney: “Jerusalem is the capital of Israel.  Get over it.” News is now leaking out about a private meeting between evangelical leaders and presidential candidate Ron Paul which took place last Wednesday night.  The leaders asked Dr. Paul about an Executive Order moving the American Embassy from Tel Aviv toContinue reading “Ron Paul to Obama and Romney: “Jerusalem is the capital of Israel””

Brent Strafford, an American hero

“La vengeance est un plat qui se mange froid” “Vengeance is a dish best served cold.” While all the political news yesterday focused on the end of Rick Santorum’s presidential campaign a colorful drama unfolded in faraway St. Charles, Missouri Tuesday night.  This was the scene of the re-scheduled, famous, St. Charles County GOP Convention.Continue reading “Brent Strafford, an American hero”

Evangelicals turn to Ron Paul

In the wake of Senator Rick Santorum’s departure from the presidential race there are signs that some evangelical leaders are refusing to jump on board the Mitt Romney bandwagon and are turning to Congressman Ron Paul  instead.  The Texas congressman spoke to several thousand people last night at the Will Rogers Auditorium in downtown FortContinue reading “Evangelicals turn to Ron Paul”

What Now? Ron Paul’s path to victory

By Doug Wead Okay, Rick Santorum is out.  What does it mean for the race to the GOP nomination?  And what choices does the Ron Paul campaign now face? . You can help us decide.  Here are some options.  And you don’t have to chose just one. . 1.) Make an all out effort toContinue reading “What Now? Ron Paul’s path to victory”

Showdown in St. Charles, Missouri

Ron Paul rides again. Remember the infamous St. Charles County Republican caucus on March 17, 2012?  (See videos below.) Where the temporary chairman decided that there could be no recording devices?  So his evil deeds could be done in darkness? Where at a prearranged signal the temporary Chairman had local police descend on the caucusContinue reading “Showdown in St. Charles, Missouri”