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, they […]

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 Fort […]

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 to […]

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 caucus […]

An interview with Jesse Benton: It’s not over

By Doug Wead . Talk to me about the Ron Paul campaign, the national media says it’s over.  Is the delegate strategy really working, will Dr. Paul be a player at the convention, are you pleased? . Yes, it’s working.  We are way ahead of anything that anyone would have predicted and we are ahead […]

Rick Santorum – Ron Paul – Newt Gingrich Unite !

At the upcoming state convention that will select the delegates to the RNC in Tampa, the campaigns of Rick Santorum, Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich should unite at once.  The math shows a way to a brokered convention and while a brokered convention does not guarantee a different nominee it does guarantee a nominee who […]

In the trenches, more on the establishment fight against Ron Paul

Nevada is one of many state caucuses that is turning out to be quite successful for Ron Paul and for the GOP in general.  Large numbers of youth and Hispanics are participating.  Which bodes well for the future of the GOP.  And the State Convention will be loaded with Ron Paul supporters duly elected at […]

Romney gets nasty in Nevada but Ron Paul prevails

For Ron Paul supporters there is good news coming out of Nevada but the price paid to win these victories has been brutal.  Here goes.  A report from people in the trenches. In Carson City, the vast numbers of Ron Paul supporters made no difference.  The chair ignored them.  The Carson City Caucus was so […]

Ron Paul Beats Obama

Last Tuesday night Mitt Romney won the Arizona and Michigan primaries and once more “electability” was the issue. Almost one third of voters said it was their main reason for choosing Romney. According to interviews with the national media, some voters held their noses and voted for former Massachusetts governor on that issue alone. But […]

Ron Paul can win the presidency

Imagine. A president-elect puts his hand on the Bible and swears to uphold the constitution of the United States and really means it. No games. No grabs for more power. No circumventing the congress by executive orders. No personal corruption, such as the traditional deals of ambassadorships in return for donations to a presidential library […]