Thursday, May 15, 2008

Special Announcement!
* * * Guest Speaker: RON PAUL * * *

Thursday Evening on our weekly Ron Paul National Meetup Call


Thursday 5-15-08 9 pm (eastern) 8 pm (central) 7 pm (mountain) 6 pm (pacific)

605-475-8500 Code-5092984

Other Special Guests for call:

Ernest Hancock Creator of the "LOVEUTION" Freedom's Phoenix

Steve Dore Ron Paul Campaign Music Theme

Marc Scibilia Hope Anthem

Isreal Anderson The Freedom Tour

Jim Condit, Jr.

Robert Schulz Founder: "We the People"

"Granny Warriors"


This will be broadcast live over this VENUE along with our live Conference Call.

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ABC News
Ron Paul Hopes to Crash McCain's Party
ABC News - May 14, 2008
... an appearance on "The Daily Show" which of the two Democratic nominees he preferred to run against in the general election, McCain quipped, "Ron Paul. ...
Ron Paul loses worse than even Obama in West Virginia Los Angeles Times
Ron Paul revolution sees second wind Politico
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The New American - Boston Globe
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Wall Street Journal Blogs
Congressman Paul Questions Former Fed Chairman Volcker
PR Wall Street (press release), VA - 10 hours ago
(PressMediaWire) Washington, DCMay 14, 2008 - This morning at a Joint Economics Committee Hearing Congressman Ron Paul had the opportunity to question ...
Volcker calls for more Street regulation
Former Fed Chair Volcker He Sees "Some Resemblance" To 1970s Inflation Forex Pros
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Ron Paul's 'Revolution'
NPR - 21 hours ago
Ron Paul (R-TX) speaks to supporters during a campaign stop in South Carolina earlier this year. Getty Images Talk of the Nation, May 14, ...
Ron Paul And The FairTax
Liberty Maven, VA - 14 minutes ago
As a former proponent of the FairTax I researched with great interest whether Ron Paul supported it or not. During one of the first television interviews of ...

Bay Area Reporter
In the Tracks of Ron Paul, a Candidate Goes Forth
New York Times, United States - May 13, 2008
But Mr. Barr is keeping close to the script that has had Mr. Paul, a Texas congressman, drawing votes long after Mr. McCain became the presumed Republican ...
Bob Barr or Ron Paul: Now What? National Ledger
Former Georgia Congressman Hopes To Scoop Up Ron Paul's Support Wired News
Barr Candidacy Gives Hope Paul Folks Free Market News Network
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McCain's dream team: Paul, Huckabee, Buffett
WorldNetDaily, OR - 10 hours ago
Ron Paul recommended drastic cuts in federal spending as the centerpiece of his campaign for president. The Bush administration did not cut the corporation ...
Ron Paul Changed Me
Lew Rockwell, CA - 14 hours ago
But when Ron Paul entered the national political scene last summer, I started to pay attention. Since then, my views on economic freedom have vastly changed ...
Blog Bits: Numbers not there for Clinton; Ron Paul's 'revolt'
Kansas City Star, MO - May 13, 2008
I can’t figure out what’s going on inside Sen. Hillary Clinton’s head. We encourage our daughters to follow their dreams. We place a high value on effort, ...
Ron Paul Supporters, What Are Your Plans?
Wired News - May 13, 2008
By Sarah Lai Stirland May 13, 2008 | 2:36:02 PMCategories: Election '08 Ron Paul's supporters have used technology and online networking tools to blaze ...
Ron Paul Warns Burma Tyrants: We'll Stay Out of Your Way!
The Washington Independent, DC - 17 hours ago
Ron Paul disapproved. The final count was 410 to 1. Paul spokeswoman Rachel Mills said the congressman objected to a sentence in the resolution calling on ...

Impact of Candidates Like Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul
TransWorldNews (press release), GA - May 14, 2008 says that when candidates like Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul speak; they bring up important issues. The more mainstream candidates speak ...

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