The Republican Party is on its deathbed. Demographic data shows its old school supporters dying off. Only Ron Paul 2016 can revive the Republican party.
Four years ago, Ron Paul's supporters were barely a noticeable force in the GOP. On election night, the GOP lost because it was unable to motivate Paul supporters to turn out for Mitt Romney.
With America destined for four more years of the Obama administration, Senator Rand Paul may be setting himself up for a presidential run in 2016.
Paul Ryan, last night, proved in his RNC speech exactly why he is the wrong man for the job – he elicits cheers while undermining the intellectual basis of smaller government idea.
Rand Paul endorsed Mitt Romney on the Sean Hannity show last week. The backlash from Ron Paul supporters was great. But a time may come when those same Ron Paul supporters regret their actions.
Senator Rand Paul endorsed Mitt Romney last Thursday to the dismay of many armchair quarterbacks in the liberty movement.
An endorsement from Congressman Ron Paul is rare, but even though his son Rand Paul endorsed Mitt Romney, the elder Paul is unlikely to do the same, according to several Paul staff members.
President Obama's endorsement of same-sex marriage, though it was hailed by many, was a calculated move by a politician with a history of being all talk and no action.
While the Los Angeles Times has neglected to cover the huge outpouring of support Californians have shown for Congressman Ron Paul, it has found it necessary to denigrate him in a recent article.
Ron Paul may succeed at convincing Republican voters to force a head-to-head comparison alongside Mitt Romney.
Minnesota Republicans held their convention on May 18-19 where Ron Paul addressed an estimated 2,000 Minnesotans. Republican National Committeeman Jeff Johnson spoke words of unity and praise.
Ron Paul picked up 12 of 13 available delegates at the Minnesota Republican State Convention on May 19, adding to the 32 he has already won from the state.
In a Republican Party that tends to be old and white, Ron Paul and his views are attracting demographic groups that are not traditionally affiliated with the GOP.
Ron Paul will be speaking at the Minnesota State Convention this weekend where he is within reach of capturing 13 more delegates from the state.
It remains unclear whether this weekend will bring change and transparency in the Republican Party of Virginia or a greater consolidation of GOP power.
At a time like this, you either fire the leadership of a campaign or you stand behind them. The third option is to give up, but Ron Paul supporters don’t seem like the type to give up.
Ron Paul has released a statement outlining his delegate strategy and announcing that he would not spend money for future primary. Most media outlets misunderstood this as him dropping out.
Idaho delegates are currently bound to Mitt Romney, but with a 2/3 majority at the Republican state convention on June 21, Ron Paul delegates could vote to unbind themselves.
The media has reported that Ron Paul has quit the race for the Republican nomination. Like so much of what gets reported in the media, the headlines being reported aren’t entirely accurate.
Ron Paul announced today in a letter to supporters that he will not campaign for the popular vote in states that have yet to held their primaries; however, he has not dropped out of the race.
Recent analysis has shown that Ron Paul is doing well despite having only an estimated 7% of supporters active in the GOP.
While tens of thousands of Ron Paul supporters work hours each day to push forward the fight for liberty, a select group of Republicans see the political process as a very different opportunity.
USA Today ran a story late Saturday that portrayed Ron Paul supporters undeservedly in a bad light.
In what is an unorthodox turn of events, the Oklahoma Republican Convention has reconvened in the parking lot of the Embassy Suites in Norman after party officials called for an early adjournment
With several state conventions yet to meet and Mitt Romney's lack of support outside of party insiders and the media, Ron Paul is very unlikely to consider running as Romney's vice president.
While Mitt Romney is concerned, plenty of the GOP old guard remain calm. They have seen many movements come and go, and when that movement runs out of energy, the old guard always comes back.
After Ron Paul's campaign captured an estimated 60% of Oklahoma's available delegates at the congressional level, Mitt Romney's campaign realized they may have a problem on their hands.
Mitt Romney has by far scored the most votes in presidential primaries. Yet, his lack of grassroots support and inability to inspire shows why he is losing delegates to Ron Paul.
Ron Paul is the only candidate who represents real conservatism, and Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich simply don't seem to get it.
Tuesday, Indiana held a primary. Most years by May, a primary doesn't mean much. This year is different.
To combat the Ron Paul supporters, Romney has reportedly hired private investigators in Michigan to stalk state delegate.
Mitt Romney won the popular vote in yesterday's West Virginia primary with 70% of the vote. The state convention, dominated by Ron Paul supporters in many states, will be more important.
Mitt Romney won the popular vote in NC with 66%. But if states that have begun the convention process are any indication, Ron Paul may take many of the delegates.
After this weekend's votes in Nevada, Maine, and Iowa, Ron Paul supporters have become a force to be reckoned with, despite what the pro-Romney media continues to report.
Ron Paul won 22 out of the 25 Nevada Republican National Convention delegates up for grabs, despite tricks from the Romney campaign.
Ron Paul has defeated Mitt Romney in Nevada, sweeping at-large delegates and winning 22 out of 25 delegates to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.
The RNC has sent a goon squad to Nevada to manipulate the vote at Saturday’s state convention, hoping that Ron Paul supports will acquiesce and accept Mitt Romney as the presumptive nominee.
Many pundits marked Nevada as a win for Mitt Romney, but Nevada Republicans could prove estimates wrong this weekend by sending Ron Paul supporters as delegates to the national convention.
An important battle will take place Saturday between Ron Paul supporters and the GOP establishment in Nevada.
The national GOP has sent a threatening letter to Nevada Republicans demanding that they show support for former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney at their state convention this weekend.
Ron Paul supporters look to Nevada State GOP Convention this weekend for the election of delegates to the Republican National Convention and a showdown with Republican Party leadership.
A confusing ballot process was navigated well by Ron Paul’s campaign this week as the state of Louisiana selected its delegates to the state Republican convention.
In an unlikely turn of events, Ron Paul picked up a quarter of the delegates available in Rhode Island’s Republican primary election on Tuesday.