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Who benefits from escalating chaos in Iraq?

By Rep. Ron Paul

01/05/07 "Information Clearing House" -- -- Saddam Hussein is dead. So are three thousand Americans.

The regime in Iraq has been changed. Yet victory will not be declared: not only does the war go on, it's about to escalate. Obviously the turmoil in Iraq is worse than ever, and most Americans no longer are willing to tolerate the costs, both human and economic, associated with this war.

Congressman: American Concentration Camps "On The Books"

Steve Watson
Infowars.net
Monday, November 13, 2006

Re-elected Texas Republican Congressman Ron Paul joined Alex Jones on air last week to discuss the fallout of the midterm elections and what he sees transpiring over the next two years. He ended by ominously warning that if something is not done soon to overturn legislation such as the Military Commissions act, the law officially allows for citizen concentration camp facilities.

Tax Reform Is a Shell Game

Tax reform is back in the news, brought to the political forefront by a recent meeting of the president’s advisory panel on tax reform. Once again, politicians and former politicians are lamenting the complexity of our tax laws, as though their own spending measures have nothing to do with it. But we’ve heard this song before. In fact, we’ve been promised a simpler, fairer, and better income tax system many times, most recently in 1997 and 1986 when Congress made relatively significant changes to the tax code.

Where is Your Money Going?

March 21,  2005   

Last week Congress spent another $82 billion in an “emergency” supplemental appropriations bill.  There is no emergency, however: Congress simply exceeded its fiscal year budget once again and needs more money.  The 13 standard appropriations bills, which provide about $2.4 trillion to run the federal government in 2005, are not enough to satisfy the ravenous spending appetites of Congress and the administration.  Hence the so-called emergency supplemental bill, which cravenly combines troop funding with useless foreign aid and domestic pork.

WTO Demands Change in U.S. Tax Laws

January 21, 2002

Many Americans already have grave concerns about the loss of sovereignty inherent in our participation in global government organizations like the UN and the WTO (World Trade Organization).  Few understand, however, the extent to which Congress already capitulates to the globalists when it writes the laws that affect all of us.

"Neo-conned"

Congressman Ron Paul addresses the U.S. House of Representatives

July 10, 2003 

The modern-day, limited-government movement has been co-opted.  The conservatives have failed in their effort to shrink the size of government.  There has not been, nor will there soon be, a conservative revolution in Washington. Political party control of the federal government has changed, but the inexorable growth in the size and scope of government has continued unabated.