Jul 22

Governor Perry Deploys 1,000 National Guard To Border, Denies “Militarization Of The Border” (ZeroHedge, July 21, 2014):

It appears Texas Governor Rick Perry has grown weary waiting on the President to dictate the next steps in the immigration debacle and taken things into his own hands. As The Monitor reports, an internal memo from another state official’s office said the governor planned to call about 1,000 Texas National Guard troops to the Rio Grande Valley – at a cost of about $12 million per month. State Sen. Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa exclaimed, “all these politicians coming down to border, they don’t care about solving the problem, they just want to make a political point.” However, state officials were careful to point out that “this is not a militarization of the border.” Nope, not all…

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Mar 23

Texas Moves to Repatriate its Gold from the Federal Reserve (Liberty Blitzkrieg, March 22, 2013):

This is one of the most interesting stories I have read regarding the precious metals market in quite some time.  It appears that Texas Rep. Giovanni Capriglione has a bill in play that would move the state’s gold from New York (where its under the “safekeeping” of the ultra shady Federal Reserve) to a depository within the state of Texas itself.  The reason this would be such a big deal if it happens, is because a lot of the gold bought and sold globally is very likely not actually owned by those that “buy” it.  From my perspective, pretty much the only countries that actually buy gold and bring it within their borders are China, Russia and Iran.  Most other nations that claim they “bought” gold, most likely hold a certificate that states they have gold in London or New York.  So in other words, they have no gold.  It looks like Texas is wising up.  From the Star-Telegram:

Freshman Rep. Giovanni Capriglione, R-Southlake, is carrying a bill that would establish the Texas Bullion Depository, a secure state-based bank to house $1 billion worth of gold bars owned by the University of Texas Investment Management Co., or UTIMCO, and stored by the Federal Reserve.

“If you think gold is a hedge, or a protection, you always want it as close to the individual and the entity as possible,” Paul told The Texas Tribune on Thursday.” Texas is better served if it knows exactly where the gold is rather than depending on the security of the Federal Reserve.”

You’ve gotta love Ron Paul.  The guy is still raising hell even after he left Congress.

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Nov 22

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Nov 13

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See also:

Watch The Moment Rick Perry’s Presidential Chances Flash Crash (Video)

‘Rick Perry: The Best Little Whore In Texas’ (Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone)

Presidential Candidate Rick Perry Open To Send US Military To Kill Drug Cartels IN MEXICO

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Nov 10

This Is The Moment Rick Perry’s Presidential Chances Flash Crashed (ZeroHedge, Nov. 10, 2011):

1 minute 40 seconds into this clip is where Rick Perry’s presidential chances flash crash. Literally. As the attached InTrade chart shows, the Perry presidential contract imploded from a prevailing level of about 9 by 60% to 3 in the span of milliseconds, and has since dead cat bounced to about a 50% decline. Who would have thought that the vacuum tubes have now taken over presidential odds as well? As for Perry’s presidential chances, this being America, where the population gets precisely the president it deserves, we would not be at all surprised if this epic moment of self-humiliation did not just cement Perry’s election chances. In other news, ISDA has just declared all CDS written on Perry to be untriggered as his political suicide was completely voluntary.

YouTube Added: 09.11.2011

And the actual Flash Crash. Source: Intrade

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Oct 29

See also:

Presidential Candidate Rick Perry Open To Send US Military To Kill Drug Cartels IN MEXICO

Rick Perry: The Best Little Whore In Texas (Rolling Stone, Oct. 26, 2011):

The Texas governor has one driving passion: selling off government to the highest bidder

Early morning in a nearly filled corporate ballroom at the Cobb Energy Centre, a second-tier event stadium on the outskirts of Atlanta. It’s late September, and a local conservative think tank is hosting a get-together with Rick Perry, whose front-runner comet at the time is still just slightly visible in the bottom of the sky. I’ve put away five cups of coffee trying to stay awake through a series of monotonous speeches about Georgia highway and port reform, waiting for my chance to lay eyes on the Next Big Thing in person.

By the time Perry shows up, I’m jazzed and ready for history. You always want to remember the first time you see the possible next president in person. But as every young person knows, the first time is not always a pleasant experience. Perry lumbers onstage looking exceedingly well-groomed, but also ashen and exhausted, like a funeral director with a hangover.

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Oct 23

Here is why there is still a complete MSM blackout on Ron Paul:

“We are grateful to the Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years.

It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries.”
– David Rockefeller, Bilderberg meeting 1991

Ron Paul is the one candidate those elitists are really afraid of.

Just look at David Rockefeller’s reaction:

Rockefeller scared of Ron Paul (Video)

Ron Paul is the only one that would abolish their private Federal Reserve Bank, the IRS, bring the troops home and make an end to the illegal wars …

… or do you hope that the ‘Liar in Chief’ Obama bin Bush will finally remember and keep all his promises?


Obama: ‘I will promise you this, that if we have not gotten our troops out by the time I am President, it is the first thing I will do. I will get our troops home. We will bring an end to this war. You can take that to the bank.’ (Video)

Hundreds of soldiers had to die because of this lie (Over 300 in 2009 alone!!!).

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Final results announced, winner with 53.5% of the votes: RON PAUL!

The official results from the 428 participants:

RON PAUL 53.50%
Herman Cain 25.47%
Mitt Romney 8.88%
Newt Gingrich 5.37%
Rick Perry 2.80%
Jon Huntsman 2.10%
Rick Santorum .93%
Michele Bachmann .47%

In other news:

Ohio GOP Straw Poll Gives Ron Paul A Majority (NBC 4i)

These are your ‘alternatives’:

Presidential Candidate Jon Huntsman Wants Preemptive Iran Strike: ‘I Cannot Live With A Nuclear-Armed Iran. If You Want An Example Of When I Would Use American Force, It Would Be That’

Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney Argues For Increase In Military Spending To Ensure US Military Dominance Over Other Nations

Presidential Candidate Herman Cain: ‘There’s No Reason To Audit The Federal Reserve’

Presidential Candidate Rick Perry Open To Send US Military To Kill Drug Cartels IN MEXICO
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Oct 11

Jerry Brown legalizes 12-year-old children giving ‘consent’ to Gardasil vaccine injections, but bans tanning beds for those under 18 (NaturalNews, Oct. 10, 2011)

Insanity prevailed in California once again today as Governor Jerry Brown signed bill AB499 allowing 12-year-old children the ability to consent to being injected with Gardasil vaccines without their parents’ knowledge; yet at the same time the Governor banned the use of tanning beds by anyone under 18 unless they received parental consent (http://www.reuters.com/article/2011…).

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Oct 09


Values Voter straw poll organizers suggest a fix in Ron Paul’s win (CBS News)

Oh, sure!


CENSORSHIP: FOX News Deletes The ‘Who Won the Debate?’ Poll After RON PAUL Wins!

Noam Chomsky Defends Ron Paul

Guess Who Got The Highest Military Donations? (A Picture Worth A Thousand Words)

Republican Strategist: ‘Ron Paul Has The Deepest Support I’ve Seen In Decades!’

Ron Paul Won The Republican Debate At The Reagan Library

Republican presidential candidate, Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, speaks at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, Saturday, Oct. 8, 2011. (Image Credit: Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP Photo)

Ron Paul Wins Straw Poll; Cain 2nd (ABC News, Oct. 8, 2011):

Values voters love Ron Paul.

The Texas congressman and presidential candidate who remains in the single digits in most national polls emerged as the choice of 37 percent of those who cast ballots at the annual Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C.

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Oct 03

Rick Perry says U.S. troops may needed in Mexico to fight war against drug cartels (Daily Mail, Oct. 2, 2011):

Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry has said that he is open to sending American troops to Mexico to help battle drug cartels.

Mr Perry, the Texas governor, likened the situation to Colombia, where the government accepted American military support in battling drug trafficking.

Mexico’s government, however, has been opposed to foreign forces in its territory.

Mr Perry said the current violence may require similar military action.

‘The way that we were able to stop the drug cartels in Colombia was with a coordinated effort,’ Mr Perry said.

‘It may require our military in Mexico working in concert with them to kill these drug cartels and to keep them off of our border and to destroy their networks.

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Sep 24

“Rick Perry has been caught yet again in another lie about Gardasil. Remember, this is the governor who lied to the entire state of Texas and said it was “mandatory” that all adolescent girls received the injection. It turns out that was a complete hoax by a governor whose own senior staffer was on Merck’s payroll!”
– Natural News

Perry lies again about Texas Gardasil scandal, claims woman he met after signing executive order lobbied him to pass it (Natural News, Sep. 24, 2011):

The more Texas Gov. Rick Perry tries to defend his decision to sign an executive order in 2007 mandating that all young girls in Texas receive vaccinations against the human papillomavirus (HPV) before being admitted to school, the more he exposes himself as a lying scoundrel that is unfit to govern his own state, let alone lead a nation.

During the recent Republican presidential debate in Orlando, Fla., Perry tried once again to defend his infamous Gardasil blunder, this time by telling the heart-tugging story of a woman he met and got to know who had cervical cancer. He told the audience and viewers Thursday night that the reason he signed the executive order was because the woman lobbied him to do so.

“I got lobbied on this issue,” said a calm and composed Perry. “I got lobbied by a 31 year old young lady who had stage-four cervical cancer. I spent a lot of time with her. She came by my office. She talked to me about this program. I readily admitted we should have had an opt-in (for the mandate) but I don’t know what part of opt out most parents don’t get. The fact is I was on the side of life and I will always be on the side of life as a governor and as president of the United States.”

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Sep 18

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If Nostradamus were alive today, he’d have a hard time keeping up with Gerald Celente.
– New York Post

When CNN wants to know about the Top Trends, we ask Gerald Celente.
– CNN Headline News

There’s not a better trend forecaster than Gerald Celente. The man knows what he’s talking about.

Those who take their predictions seriously … consider the Trends Research Institute.
– The Wall Street Journal

A network of 25 experts whose range of specialties would rival many university faculties.
– The Economist

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Sep 08

Who do you think won the Republican debate at the Reagan library? (MSNBC, Sep. 08, 2011):

Results with 684 short comments

Total of 101,835 votes – click on the “Display Comments” bar below to sort comments

Ron Paul
(49,943 votes)
Mitt Romney
(18,164 votes)
Rick Perry
(14,986 votes)
Jon Huntsman
(7,100 votes)
Newt Gingrich
(4,760 votes)
Herman Cain
(3,352 votes)
Michele Bachmann
(2,412 votes)
Rick Santorum
(1,118 votes)

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Aug 17

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Ron Paul Ad Compares GOP Field to Obama (ABC NEWS, August 16, 2011):

Following a weekend where Rep. Ron Paul’s campaign says he was virtually ignored by the press – the campaign is out with a new TV ad that takes aim at Mitt Romney, Rick Perry and Barack Obama labeling them as “smooth talking politicians.”

The ad “The One” has a very cinematic movie trailer feel to it and flashes between images of Perry, Romney, Obama, Michele Bachmann and Nancy Pelosi, suggesting they’re all the same. Ron Paul, the ad suggests, is the only different candidate in the race; he’s never voted for a tax increase, and he would end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“Ron Paul,” says the announcer, “the one who will stop the spending, save the dollar, create jobs, bring peace.”

It also suggests the other politicians represent rhetoric and division. It does not say how Paul, who votes against most bills on Capitol Hill, would represent a move away from division.

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Aug 13

Ron Paul Wins Online Straw Poll (KCAU-TV, Aug 12, 2011):

DES MOINES, IA – Texas Congressman Ron Paul has won the first-ever online Iowa straw poll, capturing a commanding 44% of the over 6,000 votes cast in an online poll sponsored by Iowa Congressman Tom Latham’s campaign.  The results of the two-week online poll (located at: onlineiowastrawpoll.com) were announced one day before Saturday’s Ames Straw Poll, which is considered by most as the first real test of a presidential candidate’s organizational strength in Iowa.

The results of the online poll promoting Saturday’s big event for the Republican Party of Iowa were:

1st – Ron Paul with 44% of the unique online votes

2nd – Herman Cain 16%

3rd – Michele Bachmann 10%

4th – Rick Perry 8%

5th – (TIE) Tim Pawlenty and Mitt Romney 5%

7th – Sarah Palin 4%

8th – “Someone Else” 3%

9th – Rick Santorum 2%

10th – (Tie) Jon Huntsman and Newt Gingrich with 1% of the unique online votes

It should be noted that Texas Governor Rick Perry and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin are not yet officially announced candidates for the GOP nomination and will not appear as options on Saturday’s actual straw poll ballot in Ames.

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