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Great Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Yesterday Ron Paul called Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., “the great champion of non-violence at home, peace abroad, and civil disobedience against tyrannical government.” Watch/listen to these MLK speeches and you’ll see what Dr. Paul meant. When it came to peace and the defense of inalienable rights Dr. King was a true American hero.


Dr. King, On War


Martin Luther King, “Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam”

 


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MLK Day For Ron Paul! Donate Jan 21st!

“…so you’re suggesting that I’m not electable, and that the Republicans don’t want me because I’m a strict fiscal conservative? Because I believe in civil liberties? Why should we not be defending civil liberties?”
—Ron Paul

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Ron Paul Thanksgiving Food Drive: Freedom in Action!

The outpouring of Ron Paul fundraising support has been amazing lately. The November 5th $4.3 million event broke fundraising records, and the December 16th “tea party” is shaping up to be even better. There are already around 15,000 pledges for December 16th. There were around 18,000 pledges for the November 5th fundraiser, which resulted in over $4.3 million donated. So at this pace, and with a month still to gain more pledges, December 16th will undoubtedly break Paul’s November 5th one-day fundraising record and will very likely meet the 10 million dollar one day goal set for the event!

With all this amazing support and publicity coming from the Ron Paul fundraising events, I have been wondering….why isn’t there a Thanksgiving Day fundraiser planned? After all, it was on November 26th, 1789 that George Washington recommended to Congress that there be a national Thanksgiving Day observed in the United States. Congress approved.

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