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  2. Question

    I want to make and sell merchandise to support Ron Paul. Can I just do this or is there some sort
    of permission I have to get? I see all sorts of items out there for many candidates...

    Thanks for your help!
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  3. At One Time We Were Heros

    Here is an excerpt of my latest article:



    While I was sitting in my hotel in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Tuesday morning, I came across an article entitled “Trouble with ‘Exceptionalism’” by Richard Cohen. In that article, Mr. Cohen, obviously a liberal, takes the position that American Exceptionalism is a myth of the right and gives examples of why we aren’t exceptional. He states that all of the potential presidential candidates from the Republican party except maybe ...
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  4. Osama Bin Laden and The Ends Justify the Means vs. the Rule of Law

    With the recent killing of Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan, an unusual majority consensus has arisen, and it is not pretty. The majority of Americans have, at least temporarily, subscribed to the philosophy that "the ends justify the means". The death of Osama Bin Laden (the "ends") was so important that it should be accomplished at any price. The Constitutional limits on executive power can be ignored, due process can be ignored, international treaties can be ignored, and acts of ...

    Updated 05-13-2011 at 12:27 PM by Brian4Liberty

    Tags: rule of law
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  5. Just A Question (For President Obama)

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    Just a question.

    In his campaign (which I'm convinced civil-liberty-minded Ron Paul supporters helped him win, rather than more draconian alternatives), AND in his inauguration speech, President Obama spoke of reversing the Bush era trend of abusing civil liberties.

    So why, I would just like to know, has the Obama administration retained so many leaders from the 911 hysteria years, especially in the departments and offices most responsible for the civil liberties ...
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