Ron Paul Wins Values Voter Summit Straw Poll–Videos

Posted on October 10, 2011. Filed under: Banking, Blogroll, Business, Communications, Culture, Demographics, Economics, Fiscal Policy, Language, Law, liberty, Life, Links, Macroeconomics, media, Microeconomics, Monetary Policy, Money, Music, People, Philosophy, Politics, Public Sector, Rants, Raves, Regulations, Religion, Resources, Science, Security, Strategy, Talk Radio, Taxes, Technology, Unemployment, Unions, Video, War, Wealth, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , , , |

Ron Paul Wins Values Voter Summit Straw Poll!!  (Media Coverage)

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For Liberty Re-cut – Ron Paul 2012 Handout DVD HD

In late 2009 we released a feature-length grassroots documentary entitled, “For Liberty: How the Ron Paul R3volution Watered the Withered Tree of Liberty”. Since then, we’ve been inundated with positive feedback from people all over the world who have viewed the film, and were inspired by Ron Paul’s message of Freedom and Liberty. As independent filmmakers, we’ve been humbled by the response.

Soon after Ron Paul announced his new 2012 Presidential campaign on May 13th, 2011, we decided if we could shorten our original 120 minute film to just under 60 minutes, that it would make an excellent handout DVD to educate people about Ron Paul during his 2012 campaign.

We produced a 55 minute re-cut and posted it to RonPaulForums to be viewed, vetted and critiqued. Not long after, we debuted an updated version, which included a brand new 5 minute Addendum edit at the end featuring new exclusive commentary by Jack Hunter. The Addendum carries the viewer past the end of the 2008 campaign and through some of the successes Ron Paul & the Liberty Movement have had throughout 2008-2011.

With an updated subtitle, we completely re-designed the DVD’s packaging and artwork into an informative literature piece in itself, and feel we’ve crafted the perfect Ron Paul 2012 presidential campaign handout piece. The best part is people can get them at a discounted price and in bulk quantities right here on this site.

The For Liberty 2012 Re-cut is packaged in a beautiful full-color 4 panel Wallet Sleeve, with each piece individually shrink-wrapped making for the perfect handout for rallies, fairs, when going door to door with literature about Ron Paul, and more.

Anyone who views the film will definitely take a 2nd look at Ron Paul in the upcoming straw polls, caucuses, and primaries.

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Herman Cain Wins Florida Straw Poll: The Cain Mutiny–Videos

Posted on September 26, 2011. Filed under: American History, Banking, Blogroll, College, Communications, Demographics, Economics, Education, Federal Government, Fiscal Policy, Foreign Policy, government, government spending, history, Inflation, Investments, Language, Law, liberty, Life, Links, Macroeconomics, media, Microeconomics, Monetary Policy, Money, People, Philosophy, Politics, Private Sector, Public Sector, Rants, Raves, Resources, Security, Strategy, Talk Radio, Taxes, Unemployment, Unions, Video, War, Wealth, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Herman Cain addressing the Presidency 5 Republican Party of Florida meeting in Orlando. Credit AP

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Herman Cain, Republican candidate for president, won the Florida straw poll with 37 percent of the 2,657 delegates votes cast. Cain’s total votes were more than double the combined votes cast for Texas Gov. Rick Perry with 15 percent and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney with 14 percent.

Cain also beat the rest of the crowded Republican field including former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorium with 10 percent, Texas Congressman Ron Paul with 10 percent, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich with 8 percent, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman with 2 percent, and Minnesota Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann with 1 percent.

While many Republicans came to the Republican President 5 event in Orlando to vote for either Perry and Romney, the two leading Republican candidates according to national polls, Cain won as a direct result of his performance in the Sept. 22 debate and his inspiring speech to the Republican delegates attending the Faith and Freedom Coalition and Conservative Political Action Conference meetings culminating in the Sept. 24 straw poll.

During the debates, Cain’s signature policy recommendation has been his 999 tax reform proposal. It would replace the existing complex federal income taxation system and payroll taxes with a 9 percent business flat tax, a 9 percent individual flat tax and a 9 percent national sales tax. Until the Republican debates, Cain had been a highly visible advocate of the FairTax bill. Prior to supporting the FairTax, Cain had supported a flat tax advocated by 1996 presidential candidate Steve Forbes.

The FairTax replaces all federal income and payroll taxes with a progressive national retail sales consumption tax, a prebate to ensure no American pays federal taxes on spending up to the poverty level, dollar-for-dollar federal revenue neutrality and, through companion legislation, the repeal of the 16th Amendment, according to Americans for Fair Taxation.

Apparently his political advisers convinced him not to make defense of the FairTax part of his political campaign for president. In my opinion, Cain made a serious mistake when he walked away from the FairTax and its supporters and instead went with a hybrid flat tax and sales tax. Either a flat tax or the FairTax would be better than Cain’s 999 hybrid flat and sales taxes.

Cain’s experience includes being the chief executive officer of Godfather’s Pizza, CEO of the National Restaurant Association, chairman and member of the board of directors to the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, syndicated newspaper columnist distributed by North Star Writers Group, Fox Business commenter and talk radio show host of the “Herman Cain Show,” in Atlanta.

Despite efforts by the national media to focus attention on the leading Republican establishment candidates, Perry and Romney, there is clearly no decisive front-runner among the Republican and Tea Party base.

On Sept. 18, Ron Paul won the California Republican straw poll winning 44 percent of the 833 votes cast. Perry was second with 29 percent, Romney third with 8 percent, and Bachmann fourth with 7 percent. The remaining Republican candidates including Cain received 2 percent or less of the votes casts. Paul had made several speeches before the Republican Party state convention prior to the vote.

Perry’s popularity is rapidly declining due to his poor performance in three debates. The Texas governor’s position on illegal immigration is not resonating with the Republican base. In particular Perry’s support for giving children of illegal immigrants reduced tuition to state colleges and universities does not set well with the American people.

The Republican base simply wants the immigration laws enforced and no amnesty, education, medical and welfare spending for illegal aliens. Such expenditures are rewarding illegal activity at the expense of American citizens. Perry was booed when he said in the last debate, “If you say that we should not educate children who have come into the state for no other reason than they’ve been brought there, by no fault of their own, I don’t think you have a heart.” This is a classic Democratic Party emotional response to the illegal immigration issue that is costing the American people hundreds of billions of dollars and millions of jobs. Perry’s major Achilles’ heel is the illegal immigration issue.

The only polls that really count are the ones on the primary and caucus election dates.

Here is a partial list of the early primary and caucus dates for 2012:

Jan. 31: Florida (Likely to change)

Feb. 6: Iowa caucuses

Feb. 7: Minnesota GOP caucuses, Missouri, New Jersey

Feb. 14: New Hampshire

Feb. 18: Nevada caucuses

Feb. 21: Wisconsin

Feb. 28: South Carolina, Arizona, Michigan

March 6 (Super Tuesday): Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Colorado caucuses, Idaho GOP caucuses, Minnesota Democratic caucuses

If you want to vote in the Texas Republican or Democratic primaries you must be registered to vote as a Republican or Democrat at least 30 days before the March 6 primary date.

By March 7, 2012, the American people will have narrowed the Republican field down to two or three candidates.

In my opinion, the three remaining candidates will be Mitt Romney, Ron Paul and Herman Cain. The other candidates will have dropped out by then because they do not have the money, organization or message to pursue a national campaign.

The winner in 1979 of the first Republican Party of Florida straw poll was Ronald Reagan. He was running against the Republican establishment candidates George H.W. Bush, Robert Dole and Howard Baker and four other GOP candidates.

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1st Place: Ron Paul, 2nd Place: Michele Bachmann, 3rd Place: Mitt Romney–Winners of The 2011 Ames, Iowa Straw Poll–Videos

Posted on August 13, 2011. Filed under: American History, Banking, Blogroll, Business, Communications, Culture, Economics, Education, Employment, Energy, Federal Government, Fiscal Policy, Foreign Policy, government, government spending, Health Care, history, Immigration, Inflation, Investments, Language, Law, liberty, Life, Links, media, Microeconomics, Monetary Policy, Money, People, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Public Sector, Rants, Raves, Reviews, Taxes, Unemployment, Unions, Video, War, Wealth, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , , |

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Who is participating in this year’s poll?

1. Minnesota Representative Michele Bachmann
2. Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain
3. Twitter account-haver Newt Gingrich
4. Former Utah Governor/Ambassador to China/Wizard keyboardist Jon Huntsman
5. Michigan Representative Thad McCotter
6. Texas Representative Ron Paul
7. Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty
8. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney
9. Former Pennsylvania Senator/Jelly enthusiast Rick Santorum

So, the non-participants are Gary Johnson, Fred Karger, Buddy Roemer, and presumed future primary candidate Rick Perry.


My own prediction is Ron Paul will come in first, followed by Michele Backmann and Mitt Romney.

The race is between the Constitutionalist Republicans Ron Paul and Michele Bachmann and the Establishment Republicans Perry and Romney.

I think the final Republican ticket will be either Paul/Bachman or Perry/Pallin.

I support a Paul/Bachmann Republican Party ticket in 2012 for both are fiscally responsible and voted down the increase in the National Debt ceiling.

A Paul/Bachmann ticket would unite the libertarian and social conservatives who are for limited government in terms of size and scope, a constitutional representative republic and a peace and prosperity economy.

Now if Ron Paul would come on out and support the FairTax, he would win in a landside!

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Freedom Jamboree–The Plan To Save The United States of America–Presidential Caucus, Straw Poll, & Music Fest–Videos

Posted on June 13, 2011. Filed under: American History, Blogroll, Communications, Culture, Diasters, Economics, Federal Government, government, government spending, history, Law, liberty, Life, Links, media, Music, People, Philosophy, Raves, Strategy, Talk Radio, Video, Wealth, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , |

“Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence.Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan ‘press on’ has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race.”
~President  Calvin Coolidge


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Time: September 28, 2011 at 6am to October 2, 2011 at 7pm
Location: The Woodlands Racetrack, Kansas City, KS
Street: 9600 Leavenworth Road
City/Town: Kansas City, KS

 JOIN or DIE Last year I commented that if the Tea Party movement was to remain a viable and powerful political force, it would have to maintain its momentum on the “national” level by keeping a consistent face before the nation, the media, and both parties.  To maintain that momentum, and not lose its cutting edge, the Tea Parties could not afford to simply lie back and wait until 2012 to try to revive their vigor, or watch as its parts were being reabsorbed into the establishment party, or simply dissolved for lack of focus.

Just as Franklin warned the thirteen colonies, through his famous political cartoon, “JOIN or DIE” during the French and Indian War, that if they persisted in acting independently, remained self-absorbed, and refused to work together, the French and Indians would systematically isolate and defeat them one at a time.  Acting in time collectively, not reacting individually was the pressing concern.

Such is the case here and now in 2011 with our movement.  We have won “round one” after two long years of action.  It was long and exhausting, but we won it decisively just the same!  We came together in the center of the ring and didn’t hold back.  We stood toe to toe, and out boxed our big-government opponent at every level: federal, state, and local.  It wasn’t a total knockout, but it was a startling comeback for those of us that had been counted out after the Obama enthronement. 

The challenge for us now is whether we sit in our corner on the bench and let the Unions, the left wing talking heads, and their establishment cronies jump around in the center of the ring, grabbing the lap-dog media focus, with their hands held high in the air, like victors.  When all we have to do is come out at the bell swinging like we did before in 2009.  If we do, “round two” is ours, and we will have big government on the ropes at round three, when we finish him with a TKO in 2012.  But that requires a “unified” poised Tea Party boxer in 2011.  Are you all punched out?

“Round two” is this Fall in Kansas City at the Woodlands Racetrack.  That’s where we show up in the center of the ring with all our Tea Party boxers from all over the country: candidates, speakers, performers, and most importantly, our Tea Parties and 9.12 groups en mass. That is where we give them the next black eye. 

Except you see, they don’t see you coming out like you did in the last two years.  No big march on Washington this year.  They are still afraid of you, but they are hoping you threw your best punches already.  They think you might be finished.  Are you? 
We don’t need another version of the 300 Spartans in 2012, because of inaction on our part in 2011.  (Makes for a great movie, but the ending is always the same.)  No, what we need is Gen.Washington at Yorktown; with our enemy surrounded at the ballot box, and forced to surrender.  That’s what I’m talking about in 2012!  And that won’t happen if we don’t exercise our collective strength this year.

Now, if we don’t show up “this” year in 2011, that means that we are still sitting on our collective bench in the corner, looking around for the “other guy” to get up and go finish the job, while we rest on our laurels.  Some will get out there, but it will only be a part of the Tea Party boxer that we need.  If we “all” don’t answer the bell together this Fall, like we did massively in 2009, and again in November 2010, then we will be counted out in 2012.  We will have let our opponent revive and recover, unify his boxer, and dance around us for who knows how many rounds.

The national debt clock is still ticking up.  The federal government is still the only part of our economy that is hiring and growing.  If we cannot even trim $61 billion from a $trillion plus budget, or have our newly elected Republican Congress hold the line on the national debt ceiling, why would we now want to go back to our fifty state Tea Party corners and fan ourselves for “twenty” months, waiting until the bell sounds in 2012 before we take another national swing?  That’s an eternity in politics.  Are we going to concede the national stage for that long?  Are we going to let Washington, the media, and the Unions hold center ring until then?

So my question is this?  Will you meet in the center ring in Kansas City this year Tea Parties, or will you throw in the towel?  And if not Freedom Jamboree this Fall, where?  Our opponents are resting, regrouping, and hoping you won’t come out of your corner the way you did in 2009.

This fight is not over, but it is winnable if we just don’t give up or lose heart.  Want to flex your muscles, and show our strength and resolve to America?  Then as Franklin put it, “JOIN or DIE.”  It’s time to finish the job we started, and get a knockout in 2012.

If you want to know more about our national Tea Party Convention in Kansas City go to:
. Help spread the word!
 William Temple
Chairman, Freedom Jamboree


Background Articles and Videos

TerriLois Gregory on The History of Kansas City




William Temple, Freedom Jamboree on the Debt Ceiling


Joseph Farah, World Net Daily, Debt Ceiling


Daniel J. Mitchell On Balancing The Budget


Brian Wesbury, FT Advisors, Debt Ceiling


C.L. Bryant, Freedom Jamboree, Debt Ceiling


Bob Vander Plaats, Family Leader, Debt Ceiling and Leadership

Charles “CW” WrightFreedomJamboreePart 1 of 4

Charles “CW” WrightFreedomJamboreePart 2 of 4

Charles “CW” WrightFreedomJamboreePart 3 of 4

Charles “CW” WrightFreedomJamboreePart 4 of 4

Ken Cousens Freedom Jamboree Part 1 of 4

Ken Cousens Freedom Jamboree Part 2 of 4

Ken Cousens Freedom Jamboree Part 3 of 4

Ken Cousens Freedom Jamboree Part 4 of 4

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