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First-Hand Account of NV GOP Convention

Nevada GOP Delegate and Homeschoolers for Ron Paul State Coordinator, Tara Wagner, gives her perspective on the happenings at the Nevada GOP convention-

“However, in the middle of voting and before one district had finished, Beers swung the gavel, ending the convention without discussion or debate (against the rules of the convention) and notifying us that it was our fault because we had changed the previous rules that would have apparently safe-guarded us from running out of time (with no mention to the over 2 hours of wasted time that morning). He stated the party would inform us of when we would reconvene within the week. Senator Beers and other party officials quickly shut off the microphones, turned off most of the lights and left the building.”



Eminent Domain Public Meeting

The Alabama Advisory Committee of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is convening a public meeting to receive information on “Civil Rights Implications of Eminent Domain Policies and Practices in Alabama.” It will be held on Tuesday, April 29 at the historic Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, 16th Street and 6th Avenue, Birmingham, Alabama.

Among those who will testify are legal experts, property owners, and concerned citizens. They will also include minority property owners in Alabaster who lost their land to make way for a Wal-Mart. The meeting will convene from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. An open session in the afternoon from 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. will provide an opportunity for members of the general public to provide comments.

Paul Supporters Take Over Nevada GOP Convention

Ron Paul supporters showed up en mass- a very, very organized mass- at the Nevada GOP convention and set themselves up to claim the majority of the Nevada delegates to the National GOP Convention. Of course, McCain supporters and the party establishment became overwhelmed and temporarily shut the convention down, claiming they had run out of time and had to vacate the building.

Nevada Appeal- Ron Paul supporters make mark

Las Vegas Sun-Ron Paul Campaign dominates convention

McCain’s Simple Answer for Katrina Fiasco

Senator McCain has expressed criticism of President Bush’s handling of the Katrina aftermath. He has promised that a McCain administration will handle such disasters differently, promising “Never again”, and explained how he would have responded had he been president.

“I’m just saying I would’ve landed my airplane at the nearest Air Force base and come over personally,” he said.


I’m sure that would have made all the difference in the world.

McCain sharply critical of Bush response to Katrina

We Will Not Fall in Line

While it can’t be called a resounding victory, the 128,000 votes captured by Congressman Ron Paul in the Pennsylvania primary does send the GOP establishment a message…

We will not fall in line.

When you add in the addtional 90,000 votes garnered by Governor Mike Huckabee, it’s clear that not every Republican voter is satisfied with the presumptive nominee, Senator John McCain.

Dr. Paul is closing in on nearly 1 million votes in the state primaries and caucuses and yet he is still ignored by the Old Media and seems to be given even less consideration by his own party.

Are they ignoring Dr. Paul, his message of liberty and his supporters at their own risk?

Time will tell.

Truly a “Nanny-State”

Presumptive Republican nominee, John McCain, intends to decide what toys we can and can not purchase for our children if he becomes President.

McCain Vows to Halt China Toy Imports if Child Endangered

McCain Snared in His Own FEC Trap?

Senator McCain, campaign-finance-reformer extraordinaire, may be facing charges of FEC violations for going beyond the spending cap set when a candidate accepts matching funds. McCain used the promise of claiming the matching funds, in order to secure a 4 million dollar loan last December to bolster his flagging campaign fund-raising. But after his strong showing in the Super Tuesday primaries, he sent a letter to the FEC, stating that he was withdrawing from the program. The FEC still has not met to vote on the matter, so there’s a question as to whether McCain has been excused from the program or not.

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