By: Russell Dye Ron Paul has endorsed Paul Broun for Georgia’s 2014 U.S. Senate race. If that turned your head, you are not alone. Should Georgians be excited for such an endorsement from a high-powered political actor such as Paul? Will this endorsement impact the Georgia Senate race in 2014? Broun surely hopes so. His opponents do not. Broun and [...]
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By: Gautam Narula Ron Paul is no stranger to a presidential campaign. He ran for president as a Libertarian in 1988 and a Republican in 2008 and 2012. In 1988, he received less than .5 percent of the vote. In 2008, in the Republican primary, his numbers hovered in the 4-5 percent range. However, in 2012, his campaign ignited. He [...]
By: Ronnie Kurtz Finally, it’s Super Tuesday! Anyone happen to know the delegate count? It’s Romney—207, Santorum—86, Paul—46 and Gingrich—39, right? Or is it Romney—180, Santorum—90, Gingrich—29 and Paul—23? Wait, it’s Romney—203, Santorum—92, Gingrich—33, Paul—25, isn’t it? As these conflicting accounts—all from reputable news sources with their own stable of followers and subscribers—indicate, determining the delegate count following primary voting [...]
by Gautam Narula The sheer number of Republican debates has been overwhelming. In 2011, there were 13 major debates—not counting several minor debates and forums, or the abortive Newsmax debate hosted by Donald Trump. The deluge continued with two debates, a mere ten hours apart, held in New Hampshire on January 7 and January 8, just days before the first [...]