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Congressman Ron Paul

Is The Constitution No Longer Relevant ?

When Representative Ron Paul Asked For A Declaration of War 

By Carl F. Worden Published 03. 27. 03 at 19:07 Sierra Time 

On 10/3/2002, Representative Ron Paul of Texas made a motion to declare war on Iraq. Chairman Henry Hyde rejected the motion by declaring: 

QUESTIONS THAT WON'T BE ASKED ABOUT IRAQ

Congressman Ron Paul
U.S. House of Representatives
September 10, 2002

Soon we hope to have hearings on the pending war with Iraq. I am concerned there are some questions that won’t be asked- and maybe will not even be allowed to be asked.  Here are some questions I would like answered by those who are urging us to start this war.

Sorry, Mr. Franklin, “We’re All Democrats Now”

by Rep. Ron Paul, MD 

Ron Paul in the US House of Representatives, January 
29, 2003 

Introduction 

At the close of the Constitutional Conventional in 1787, Benjamin Franklin told an inquisitive citizen that the delegates to the Constitutional Convention gave the people “a Republic, if you can keep it.” We should apologize to Mr. Franklin. It is obvious that the Republic is gone, for we are wallowing in a pure democracy against which the Founders had strongly warned. 

Honoring Our Military Veterans

Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX)
November 11, 2002

Although we honor veterans every November, the looming prospect of a second Gulf war makes this year especially meaningful for both our armed forces and those who served in past wars. Not surprisingly, many of the veterans I speak with in Texas urge caution in Iraq. Combat veterans understand perhaps better than any of us that war should always be a last resort, that young people should never be put in harm's way without very serious deliberation.

Is It Not True?

Questions On Iraq From A GOP Congressman

Ron Paul is an M.D. and a Republican Member of Congress from Texas

Editor's Note: Texas Republican Rep. Ron Paul read the following to the House of Representatives, September 10, 2002.

Soon we hope to have hearings on the pending war with Iraq. Here are some questions I would like answered by those who are urging us to start this war:

Legislation introduced to abolish the Federal Reserve

Abolish the Fed 

by Rep. Ron Paul, MD 

In the House of Representatives, September 10, 2002 

Mr. Speaker, I rise to introduce legislation to restore financial stability to America's economy by abolishing the Federal Reserve. I also ask unanimous consent to insert the attached article by Lew Rockwell, president of the Ludwig Von Mises Institute, which explains the benefits of abolishing the Fed and restoring the gold standard, into the record.