Browsing All posts tagged under »Ron Paul«

Catholic Reactionary Santorum drops out, leaving the race to Business Tycoon Romney

April 10, 2012


By Frank W. Strauch Former Senator Rick Santorum just announced that he was suspending his campaign for the Republican Party nomination in the American presidential race.  It is not as if he ever had a chance in the first place against Mitt Romney, but now the way is paved for the embodiment of Capital itself, […]

Occupy Tulsa and the Contradiction of Left and Right

March 5, 2012


By Larry Duvalier Nobody likes to hear someone jabber on about German philosophy, but bear with me for a moment. After the death of G. W. F. Hegel, the great philosopher of contradictions, his followers split into two antagonistic factions.  The dividing line between them was directly political: Left Hegelians and Right Hegelians.  To make […]

Occupy Austin, Subsistence Agriculture, and the Absurdity of Libertarianism

February 19, 2012


By Larry Duvalier A couple of months ago, I found myself briefly in Texas, and I had the opportunity to visit Occupy Austin.  It presented a rather typical scene, with nothing of particular interest to report.  However, I made the acquaintance of a young protester, whom we shall call here “Nick”.  Nick did not stand […]

Occupy Movement and Ron Paul defend Small Business Owners against their Workers

January 7, 2012


By Frank W. Strauch Why is it that everyone flies the American flag at the Occupy movement?  Why is it that so many occupiers who consider themselves to be on the Left speak of “restoring” the American constitution?  Do they not realize that they sound exactly like Ron Paul, who never tires of singing the […]

Ron Paul and the mask of capitalist villainy

December 27, 2011


By Justin Hayden Washington Post columnist Ezra Klein recently tweeted a link to an article disclosing the contents of Ron Paul’s investment portfolio. Evidently, Rep. Paul has invested 64% of his total investments in the stocks of gold and silver mining companies. According to a Connecticut-based investment manager, Paul’s portfolio is “a half-step away from […]

Conversations from Occupy DC on a Thursday Night at Ten

December 12, 2011


Three fellows, ‘Wisconsin’, ‘Pride,’ and Mehmet pass the time on a cold evening. Wisconsin:  I been on the road for ten years man.  Bin all over the place and I’m out o’ work.  I’m from Milwaukee but I looked near everywhere.  It’s all the same.  Fuckin’ Mexicans man.  I even go for the crappy jobs, […]

Why are there so many Ron Paul supporters at Occupy Wall Street?

October 23, 2011


By Bruno Fournier For the past several weeks, the contingent of Ron Paul supporters at the Occupy Wall Street protest has made its presence felt.  They form a small minority of the mass at Zuccotti Park, but they have made themselves an extremely visible and vocal minority, and, arguably, they have created the best-organized faction […]

Why Ron Paul is a crypto-Marxist, even if he doesn’t realize it

March 5, 2011


By Larry Duvalier Everyone knows that Ron Paul always goes around talking about “revolutions.”  Revolution this, revolution that.  The fact that he talks about revolutions has nothing to do with why, as I will argue, Ron Paul’s thought it closer to Marxism than the illustrious congressman would care to realize.  Rather, it is specifically how […]


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