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  1. Freedom in One State: The Free State Project

    Quote Originally Posted by Crotale View Post
    I posted this is the New Hampshire subforum but I suppose it's still relevant here:

    This woman comes from NH.....




    ....are you sure you still want to move there?

    Disclaimer: I think the FSP is a good idea and don't really think one individual speaks for an entire state.
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  2. TER's explanation on why the Church of Christ in teh NT has a structure

    Quote Originally Posted by TER View Post
    So we see, that God has appointed FIRST Apostles, SECOND prophets, THIRD teachers,... There is most certainly a hierarchy in the Body of the Christ.



    Of course you would, jmdrake, because otherwise it would go against everything you've been taught! Nonetheless, that is exactly what St. Paul means and that order is INDEED important, which is exactly why St. Paul enumerated the list.



    Jmdrake, you state the 'government of the church is
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  3. Grand Strategy: How Ron Paul Can (Still) Win the Nomination

    [QUOTE=Christopher David;4233515]
    • Introduction
    • The Importance
    • The Opportunity
    • The Path to Victory
    • Case Study - California
    • The Proposal
    • Why Your Support Matters


    Introduction:

    For the past two months I have spent 40+ hours per week organizing the California grassroots for Ron Paul, while also obsessively studying the GOP primary.

    Recently I have identified what I think to be the most likely path to victory for Ron Paul. By victory ...
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  4. Republican Candidate Comparison Flyer

    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler_Durden View Post

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  5. Ron Paul's Percentage of the Vote by Region

    Ron Paul's Percentage of the Vote by Region

    As states vote, I'll update this post.

    Ron Paul tends to do better in caucus states than primary states. Most of the caucus states are in the Midwest, Mountain West and Pacific Northwest. The Mid-Atlantic and Southeast average is shown including and excluding VA.

    Want me to add a region? Tell me the name of the region and the states inside the region. See an error? Let me know.

    Currently, the strongest ...

    Updated 03-12-2012 at 11:27 PM by Keith and stuff

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