In the trenches of the Washington State battle

In the last few months I have been inundated with emails and memos and got to this one late but I kept it for months and read it and re-read it.  This is from Peter Chiou in the Tacoma, Washington area and it was written in March when the Ron Paul and Rick Santorum people […]

How the GOP shut down Ron Paul in Illinois

Some of the published reports coming out of the Illinois GOP State Convention are so factually handicapped that this firsthand, documented, insider account from Harvey Bluedorn, New Boston, Illinois, should be read by any serious historian of the Liberty Movement.  It is important for us to cheer on our victories but it is also important for us […]

Behind the brutality in Louisiana

What was behind the broken bones, hysteria and bruised egos at last weekend’s Louisiana State GOP Convention?  Why the attacks on legitimately elected Ron Paul delegates?   Don’t the Romney folks get it?  Don’t they want to win in November?  Don’t they want and need the youth vote?  Hispanics?  Independents?  Even, the Democrats, that Ron Paul […]

Louisiana Shocker: Ron Paul Wins

By Doug Wead Well, the cat is out of the bag.  Saturday’s district conventions in Louisiana gave the Ron Paul campaign 74% of the delegates heading into the June state convention where the delegation to the Republican National Convention in Tampa will be finally determined.  Another state, another unseen victory for the Texas congressman.  And, it should […]

Romney – Ron Paul in brutal battle !

The war over delegates at the district level last weekend descended into a brutal battle,  more like a scene from the plains of the Serengeti than a political convention.  Romney Hawks, now in complete control of his campaign (See Romney Hawks) are using strong arm tactics to shut out the Ron Paul forces.  A county […]

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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

A plea from inside the Santorum camp: Work with Ron Paul

This is from a Rick Santorum coordinator in Washington State.  I edited it down because of length.  In this District they captured 17/18 Santorum/Paul Delegates and 17/18 Santorum/Paul Alternates.  Mitt Romney got zero. The statement of the Rick Santorum coordinator: What was done in Pierce County started the idea of both Paul and Santorum’s camps […]