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Questions That Won't Be Asked About Iraq

by Rep. Ron Paul, MD

In the 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.

Are We Doomed To Be a Police State?-Great Newsletter Article!

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July 2002 Current Issue - #13

Are We Doomed To Be a Police State?

Source: Rep. Ron Paul, MD U.S. House of Representatives

A Speech to the House of Representatives on June 27th of this year:

Most Americans believe we live in dangerous times, and I must agree. Today I want to talk about how I see those dangers and what Congress ought to do about them.

America's Entangling Alliances in the Middle East

America's Entangling Alliances in the Middle East

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

We were warned, and in the early years of our
Republic, we heeded that warning. Today, though, we
are entangled in everyone's affairs throughout the
world, and we are less safe as a result. The current
Middle-East crisis is one that we helped create, and
it is typical of how foreign intervention fails to
serve our interests. Now we find ourselves smack-dab
in the middle of a fight that will not soon end. No

Stop the War on Colombia

  http://www.counterpunch.org/paulcolombia.html

March 8, 2002

Stop the War on Colombia
By Rep. Ron Paul

As a member of the House International Relations
Committee and the Subcommittee on the Western
Hemisphere, I would like to state my strong objections
to the manner in which H.R. 358 was raised

Is America a Police State?

by Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX)

June 29, 2002

Most Americans believe we live in dangerous times, and I must agree. Today I want to talk about how I see those dangers and what Congress ought to do about them.

Of course, the Monday-morning quarterbacks are now explaining, with political overtones, what we should have done to prevent the 9/11 tragedy. Unfortunately, in doing so, foreign policy changes are never considered.