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Rand Paul building a national network – some new names and some old ones in the mix

Rand Paul at CPAC 2014  / photo credit: Gage Skidmore (cc) Rand Paul at CPAC 2014 / photo credit: Gage Skidmore (cc)[/caption]

By Robert Costa, Published: March 27, 2014 via The Washington Post

Sen. Rand Paul has become the first Republican to assemble a network in all 50 states as a precursor to a 2016 presidential run, the latest sign that he is looking to build a more mainstream coalition than the largely ad hoc one that backed his father’s unsuccessful campaigns.

Paul’s move, which comes nearly two years before the primaries, also signals an effort to win the confidence of skeptical members of the Republican establishment, many of whom doubt that his appeal will translate beyond the libertarian base that was attracted to Ron Paul, a former Texas congressman.
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WFP: Who Needs Democrats When We Have Karl Rove?

Western Free Press

article by  | September 24 2013

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I used to like Karl Rove. I thought he was an astute political analyst and strategist, and I thought he was on the “right” side of almost all issues. I even liked his little white board analyses. What’s more, the Left despised anddemonized him. What higher recommendation could there be?

Then Rove promoted Mitt Romney as “Mr. Most Electable”, and his analyses predicted virtually certain victory. Ever since Romney lost, Rove has been sounding more and more like a desperate used car salesman. Was he, I wondered, just another old establishment Republican, ignoring conservatives and/or taking them for granted? Continue reading

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Ron Paul talks about government shutdown, new book on ‘The School Revolution’ and more with Pat Robertson.  A little background info on how long the two have known each other and some very interesting comments almost off camera at the very end!

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Father, we come to You to pray for our nation, the United States of America.

How You have blessed us through the years, Lord! We rightly sing, “America, America, God shed His grace on thee.” Yet we see trouble in our culture today. We see the breakdown of the family, crippling addictions, and random acts of horrific violence.

Lord, we need Your help in America. In recent days, we have done our best to remove Your Word and Your counsel from our courtrooms, classrooms and culture. It seems, as President Lincoln once said, that we have “forgotten God.” But Lord, You have not forgotten us! You can bless and help and revive our country again. more