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  • {{Image|Ron Paul 2007.jpg|right|350px|Ron Paul, 2007.}} '''Ronald Ernest Paul, Sr.''' (born August 20, 1935 in [[Green Tree, Pennsylvania]]) is an [[Unit
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  • ...sician; sought Republican Presidential candidacy in 2008; father of [[Rand Paul]]; advisory board and national chair, 1996, [[Republican Liberty Caucus]]
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  • {{r|Rand Paul}}
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  • {{Image|Ron Paul 2007.jpg|right|350px|Ron Paul, 2007.}} '''Ronald Ernest Paul, Sr.''' (born August 20, 1935 in [[Green Tree, Pennsylvania]]) is an [[Unit
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  • Image:Ron Paul 2007.jpg|Congressman [[Ron Paul]]
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  • {{r|Ron Paul}} {{r|Rand Paul}}
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  • ...r 11, 2001|accessdate= |format= |work=The Office of U.S Representative Ron Paul }}</ref>
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  • ...residential candidates have included [[Harry Browne]], [[Bob Barr]], [[Ron Paul]] and [[Michael Badnarik]].
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  • ...nt]], [[libertarianism]] and [[constitutional conservatism]]; son of [[Ron Paul]] and named for [[Ayn Rand]]
    262 B (33 words) - 19:48, 10 April 2011
  • ...emselves as [[constitutional conservative]]s, such as incoming Sen. [[Rand Paul]] (R-[[Kentucky]] and Rep. [[Michele Bachmann]] (R-[[Minnesota]]) in her ca ...the [[American Liberty League]], their goal "is just to facilitate an environment where a new movement would be born."<ref name=NYT2009-04-15>{{citation
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  • {{r|Ron Paul}}
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  • ...ocrats and in early September in [[Minneapolis]]-[[St. Paul, Minnesota|St. Paul]], [[Minnesota]] for the Republicans. Senator Obama , the first African-American candidate, defeated the first strong female contender, Senator [[Hillary Clinton]] of [[New York]], and a host
    84 KB (12,890 words) - 06:43, 29 October 2013
  • {{r|Paul Griffin}} {{r|Paul Martinson}}
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  • {{r|Ron Paul}}
    261 B (33 words) - 22:46, 5 December 2008
  • ...irm; national spokesman for the presidential campaign of Congressman [[Ron Paul]]. Previous press secretary at [[Americans for Tax Reform]]; communications
    468 B (62 words) - 15:52, 10 April 2011
  • {{r|Ronald Reagan}} {{r|Ron Paul}}
    331 B (48 words) - 18:36, 27 March 2010
  • ...dential campaign of [[Ron Paul]], and argues, citing J Street protest over Paul's call to terminate all foreign aid, "Why should there be a new and powerfu
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  • {{r|Ron Paul}}
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  • {{r|Ron Paul}}
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  • ...government activities leads to reduced corruption, better government and stronger democracies. All governments can benefit from increased scrutiny by the ...''Underground: Tales of hacking, madness and obsession on the electronic frontier''.<ref>{{citation
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  • ...and the realities of the coalition. Nevertheless, there was increasingly strong pressure among American policy influencers, from the mid-1990s on, that re ...q goes back to unconventional warfare during the [[Iran-Iraq War]] under [[Ronald Reagan]], the [[Gulf War]] under [[George W. Bush]] and various operatio
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  • {{r|Electronic medical record}} {{r|Ron Paul}}
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  • {{r|Aaron Glantz}} {{r|Ron Paul}}
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  • ...hat the organization was founded and funded by [[George Soros]],<ref name=FrontPage2009-01-12>{{citation | journal = [[Frontpage Magazine]] | date = 12 January 2009
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  • *Paul Griffin – organ, keyboards *Paul Martinson — engineer (Sound 80, Minneapolis)
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  • ...re niche-interest presidential candidates like [[Mike Huckabee]] and [[Ron Paul]].
    2 KB (333 words) - 05:49, 21 February 2010
  • ...rump, 227 for Clinton, 3 for Colin Powell, and 1 each for John Kasich, Ron Paul, Bernie Sanders and Faith Spotted Eagle ([http://www.thegreenpapers.com/]).
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  • ...government spending and regulation. The choice 'of a patently unqualified crony ([[Harriet Miers]]) for a critical position on the Supreme Court was the f ...), and as a senior policy analyst in Office of Policy Development of the [[Ronald Reagan]] White House (1987-1988). Before that Administration, he was a s
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  • ...rom the State of [[Kentucky]]. While he has the Republican title, he has strong [[libertarian]] sentiments, and is popular with the [[Tea Party Movement]] Like his father, [[Ron Paul]], he is a [[physician]], and specializes in [[ophthalmology]]. His parents
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  • {{r|Aaron Biterman}} Vice-Chair, [[Republican Liberty Caucus]] {{r|Ron Paul}}
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  • {{r|Ronald Reagan}} {{r|Ron Paul}}
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  • {{r|Ron Klein}} {{r|Ron Paul}} [[House Foreign Affairs Committee]]
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  • *Rep. [[Ron Paul]](R-TX) [[Newt Gingrich]] and [[John Boehner]] object strongly.
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  • {{r|Paul Broun}} {{r|Rand Paul}}
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  • ...Prior, with Alan Morris as executive producer. Brian Rodgers, Paul Brown, Ron Cromb, and Dick Robins provided technical production. Art work and set desi
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  • ...names of roughly 775,000 "terror suspects" in February 2008.<ref name=SFChron2008-02-04>{{cite news |publisher = San Francisco Chronicle
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  • {{r|Paul Kanjorski}} [[U.S. Representative]] ([[U.S. Democratic Party|D-]][[PA]]), [ {{r|Paul Hodes}} [[U.S. Representative]] ([[U.S. Democratic Party|D-]][[NH]]), [[Hou
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  • {{r|Ron Paul}} {{r|Electronic Frontier Foundation}}
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  • ...e capitalism to be more important than protecting the community or the environment and sees war and never-ending military expansion as the greatest of Ame [[Patrick Buchanan]] is one of the more prominent paleoconservatives. [[Ron Paul]] is sometimes considered a paleo and sometimes a libertarian.
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  • ...ar with the [[Ludwig von Mises Institute]]. He writes frequently for ''[[Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture]]''. ...that believe in an interventionist foreign policy. [[Frontpage Magazine|''FrontPage Magazine'']] calls him a neo-Fascist, although he points at what he co
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  • ...as replaced by the '''Sixth Party System''', or continues to the present. Paulson (2006) argues that a decisive realignment took place in the late 1960s. ...l of Congress was split. The dominant leader of the 6th Party System was [[Ronald Reagan]], with Republicans using his as their standard of proper politic
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  • ...say, "I listened to my constituents. I took them seriously. They're just wrong."<ref>{{citation ...ecades ago, might have been seeking a "true" conservative to run against [[Ronald Reagan]]. I don't begrudge these activists their views and they are enti
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  • ...arinet, flute; Ron Stallings, saxophone, clarinet; [[David Belove]], bass; Paul Van Wageningen, drumset; Murray Low, piano; Orlando Torriente, vocals, perc
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  • ...heart of ''Atlas Shrugged,'' she replied, "Would you cut the Bible?" So strongly did she feel about her manifest that she accepted Cerf's proposal to red "You will win when you are ready to pronounce this oath: "I swear -- by my life and my love of it -- that I will nev
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  • {{r|Paul Gillmor}} ([[U.S. Republican Party|R-]]OH); [[Congressional Rural Healthcar {{r|Baron Hill}} ([[U.S. Democratic Party|D-]]IN); [[Congressional Rural Healthcare C
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  • ***[[Ron Paul]] * [[Aldosterone]]
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  • ...broad and big government at home. Today, the Republican Party supports a strong pro-business platform, with further foundations in [[social conservatism]] ...$100 million per election cycle, and play important roles in recruiting strong state candidates. The [[Republican Governors Association]] (RGA) is a dis
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  • {{r|John Paul Jones (musician)}} {{r|Ron Nevison}}
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  • {{r|John Paul Jones (musician)}} {{r|Ron Nevison}}
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  • {{r|John Paul Jones (musician)}} {{r|Ron Nevison}}
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  • {{r|John Paul Jones (musician)}} {{r|Ron Nevison}}
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  • {{r|Ron Johnson}} {{r|Rand Paul}}
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  • {{r|John Paul Jones (musician)}} {{r|Ron Nevison}}
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