19th Republican Presidential Debate - Mesa, AZ (2/22/2012)

February 23rd, 2012

The four remaining contenders for the Republican nomination met once more in Mesa on Wednesday for the CNN and Arizona GOP Debate. The forum is quite possibly the final one of the 2012 election cycle, and the last before super Tuesday. The candidates took the stage in front of 1600+ at the Mesa Art Center ( in the following order, from left to right): Ron Paul, Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, and Newt Gingrich. The debate was principally moderated by CNN's John King, who predictably played up the Romney vs. Santorum horse-race. Much of the debate was focused on the candidate's records, as well as significant discussion on earmarks, birth control, taxes, and the super-scary Iranian threat. This file includes the entire debate, made available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, media-hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Video compliments of YouTube User: RonPaul2008dotcom.

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18th Republican Presidential Debate - Jacksonville, FL (1/26/2012)

January 27th, 2012

On Thursday night in Jacksonville, the four remaining candidates for the GOP nomination met once again for the Republican Party CNN Presidential Debate. The candidates took to the stage at the University of North Florida, in Jacksonville and stood in the following order on the stage (from left to right): Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, and Ron Paul. CNN's Wolf Blitzer moderated the candidates forum. This file includes the entire debate, made available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, media-hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Video compliments of YouTube User: MOXNEWSd0tCOM.

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17th Republican Presidential Debate - Tampa Bay, FL (1/23/2012)

January 24th, 2012

The four remaining candidates for the GOP nomination met once again on Monday night in Tampa, Florida for the NBC News/National Journal/Tampa Bay Times Republican Debate. Brian Williams, of NBC Nightly News, hosted the event- which was held at the University of South Florida. The four participants stood at their podiums on the stage in the following order (from left to right): Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul. This file includes the entire debate, made available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, media-hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Video compliments of YouTube User: SirCujoDog.

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16th Republican Presidential Debate - Charleston, SC (1/19/2012)

January 20th, 2012

Now this campaign gets serious! On Thursday night in Charleston, South Carolina the four remaining GOP presidential candidates faced off in the CNN Southern Republican Presidential Debate. John King moderated the candidate forum, which was held at the North Charleston Coliseum in the midst of the weekend-long Southern Republican Leadership Conference. The four participants stood at their podiums on the stage in the following order (from left to right): Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul. This file includes the entire debate, made available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, media-hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Video compliments of YouTube User: bluepoint951.

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15th Republican Presidential Debate - Myrtle Beach, SC (1/16/2012)

January 17th, 2012

In case you haven't seen enough of these candidates speaking about the same issues (over and over again), I present to you the fifteenth major Republican Presidential Debate. This candidate's forum took place at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, and was presented by Fox News, The Wall Street Journal, and the South Carolina Republican Party. FNC anchor Bret Baier primarily moderated the event, which featured the five remaining contenders for the GOP nomination (seen from left-to-right on the stage): Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul. This file includes the entire debate, made available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, media-hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Video compliments of YouTube User: MOXNEWSd0tCOM.

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14th Republican Presidential Debate - Concord, NH (1/8/2012)

January 8th, 2012

The six remaining contenders for the GOP nomination took to the stage on Sunday morning at the Chubb Theatre in Concord for the fourteenth major debate of the 2012 campaign. David Gregory, host of Meet the Press, moderated the NBC News, Facebook, and Union Leader Presidential Debate. The six candidates that participated in the debate stood on the stage in the following order (from left to right): Rick Perry, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and Jon Huntsman. This file includes the entire debate, made available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, media-hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Video compliments of YouTube User: MOXNEWSd0tCOM.

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13th Republican Presidential Debate - Manchester, NH (1/7/2012)

January 8th, 2012

On Saturday night, six candidates for the Republican nomination took to the stage at Saint Anselm College's Dana Center for the ABC/WMUR New Hampshire Presidential debate. Like the last candidate forum hosted by ABC News, George Stephanopoulis and Diane Sawyer moderated the event. The six candidates that participated in the debate stood on the stage in the following order (from left to right): Rick Perry, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, and Jon Huntsman. Much of the debate focused on the economy, the candidate's respective records, and the conflict brewing amongst the contenders over the course of the campaign. This file includes the entire debate, made available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, media-hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Video compliments of YouTube User: MOXNEWSd0tCOM.

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13th Republican Presidential Debate - Sioux City, IA (12/15/2011)

December 16th, 2011

In what is most likely the final debate before the Iowa caucus, seven of the Republican contenders took to the stage at the Sioux City Convention Center for another Fox News Presidential Debate. Moderated by FNC anchor Bret Baier, Fox contributors Neil Cavuto, Chris Wallace, and Megyn Kelly also asked questions of the candidates. Appearing on the stage stood the seven contenders (from left-to-right): Rick Santorum, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Michele Bachmann, and Jon Huntsman (darn, he's back). This file includes the entire debate, available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, or hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Video compliments of YouTube User: StewartCobertRally.

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12th Republican Presidential Debate - Des Moines, IA (12/10/2011)

December 11th, 2011

On Saturday night, ABC News (in conjunction with the Des Moines Register/ the Iowa Republican Party) hosted the twelfth major Republican Presidential debate of the 2012 campaign season. The forum- which took place at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa- was moderated by George Stephanopoulis and Diane Sawyer. Six contestants for the GOP nomination stood on the stage in the following order (from left to right): Rick Santorum, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul and Michele Bachmann. This file includes the entire debate, available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, or hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Video compliments of YouTube User: RonPaulcom.

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11th Republican Presidential Debate - Washington, DC (11/22/2011)

November 23rd, 2011

The Republican candidates for President took the stage once more on Tuesday night, to participate in the CNN Republican National Security debate- co-sponsored by the Heritage Foundation and the American Enterprise Institute. CNN Anchor Wolf Blitzer moderated the event, which took place at Constitution Hall in downtown Washington, DC.. The eight candidates stood at their podiums in the following order (from left-to-right): Rick Santorum, Ron Paul, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Michele Bachmann, and Jon Huntsman. This file includes the entire debate, available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, or hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Video can be found compliments of YouTube User: RonPaul2008dotcom.

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Complete Audio from The Family Leader’s Thanksgiving Family Forum (11/19/2011)

November 20th, 2011

On Saturday night, The Family Leader held their Thanksgiving Family Forum- billed as "family discussion with the Republican Presidential candidates." Hosted by noted pollster and Fox News contributor Frank Luntz,  the event featured six of the candidates this time (yay, no John Huntsman) seated halfway around a dinner table. From left-to-right, the candidates were seated as follows: Ron Paul, Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, and Newt Gingrich. Around 2,500 conservatives filled the First Federated Church of Des Moines, and witnessed a generally gracious and civil forum. Prepare to meet the emotional sides of this group of candidates- in a time where the people are looking for a leader of character, with a genuine personality, I guess tears can certainly be real. This file contains the entire discussion with all the candidates, without the extensive introduction, intermission, etc.. Video coverage was provided via livestream.com.

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10th Republican Presidential Debate - Spartanburg, SC (11/12/2011)

November 13th, 2011

On Saturday night, the Republican candidates met once again- this time for a debate purely focused on foreign policy and the job as commander and chief. The CBS News and National Journal Republican Presidential Debate took place at the Ben Johnson basketball arena, on the campus of Wofford College, in Spartanburg, South Carolina. CBS News’ moderator Scott Pelley ran the event which, despite the tea party movement and the GOP's lip-service to the Constitution in recent years, reminded one of the 2008 debates and the neoconservative-led George W. Bush administration. The familiar contestants stood (from left to right on the stage): John Huntsman, Michele Bachmann, Ron Paul, Herman Cain, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, and Rick Santorum. The final 30-minutes of the debate (which were not broadcast on television) included questions by SC Senators Lindsay Graham and Jim DeMint. This file includes the entire debate, available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, or hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Video compliments of YouTube User: MOXNEWSd0tCOM.

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9th Republican Presidential Debate - Rochester, MI (11/9/2011)

November 10th, 2011

Eight candidates took to the stage on Wednesday for the CNBC Republican Presidential Debate, hosted at Oakland University by the Michigan GOP. The debate was moderated by John Harwood and Maria Bartiromo, and several other CNBC personalities participated in questioning the candidates throughout the night. The participants included (from left-to-right on the stage): Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, Herman Cain, Rick Perry, Ron Paul, and John Huntsman. This file includes the entire debate, available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, or hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Video compliments of YouTube User: MOXNEWSd0tCOM.

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8th Republican Presidential Debate - Las Vegas, NV (10/18/2011)

October 18th, 2011

On Tuesday night, seven GOP contenders took to the stage at the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada for the CNN/Western Republican Presidential Debate. The participants included (from left-to-right on the stage): former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum, Texas Rep. Ron Paul, businessman Herman Cain, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann. The forum was moderated by CNN's Anderson Cooper, and began at 8 pm ET. This file includes the entire debate, available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, or hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution!Video compliments of YouTube User: RonPaul2008dotcom.

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7th Republican Presidential Debate - Hanover, NH (10/11/2011)

October 12th, 2011

On Tuesday night, Bloomberg Television and The Washington Post, in partnership with WBIN-TV and host Dartmouth College, hosted the first debate of the 2012 campaign focused exclusively on the economy, debt, taxes, trade and jobs. Charlie Rose was the moderator, joined by Washington Post political correspondent Karen Tumulty and Bloomberg White House correspondent Julianna Goldman. The debate took place in a roundtable format, with the participants seated (from left-to-right) in the following order: John Huntsman, Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich, and Rick Santorum. This file includes the entire debate, available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, or hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! You can watch the entire debate over at RonPaul.com.

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6th Republican Presidential Debate - Orlando, FL (9/22/2011)

September 23rd, 2011

On Thursday night, the battle for the Republican nomination came to Orlando, Florida for the sixth major debate of the 2012 campaign season. Fox News and Google collaborated with the Republican Party of Florida to host the forum at the Orange County Convention Center. Fox News' Bret Baier primarily moderated the debate; however, questions were submitted and voted on by the public over the internet. Nine candidates participated in the evening debate, including (from left to right on the stage): Gary Johnson (finally made the cut), Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, and John Huntsman. This file includes the entire debate, available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, or hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! You can watch the entire debate, compliments of YouTube User: RonPaul2008dotcom.

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5th Republican Presidential Debate - Tampa Bay, FL (9/12/2011)

September 12th, 2011

The fifth in the series of debates for the Republican nomination took place on Monday night in Tampa, Florida, and was presented by CNN and the Tea Party Express. The debate was held inside the Special Events Center Building on the Florida State Fairgrounds, and was moderated by longtime CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer. Participants in the debate included (from left to right on stage): John Huntsman, Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich, and Rick Santorum. Questions were also submitted by the audience, and by Tea Party activists around the country via video link. The "tea party" organizers stipulated that the debate "will focus only on the core principles and values of the tea party movement: limited government, free markets, and fiscal responsibility." I (for one) reject the notion that some limited number of individuals have the legitimacy to claim to be the actual tea-party, and speak on its behalf. This file includes the entire debate, available free of charge to anyone interested. I only ask that the listener get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, or hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Dr. Paul spoke out against the gross excesses of government (that which the tea party professes to be concerned with today) while most 'conservatives' supported the big gov't conservatism of George W. Bush! You can watch the entire debate, compliments of YouTube User: RonPaul2008dotcom.

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4th Republican Presidential Debate - Simi Valley, CA (9/7/2011)

September 8th, 2011

On Wednesday night, the Republican hopefuls took to the stage at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California for the fourth major debate of the campaign season. The NBC News/Politico debate forum was moderated by Brian Williams and John Harris, and included eight contenders including (from left to right on the stage): fmr. PA Sen. Rick Santorum, fmr. House Speaker Newt Gingrich, MN Rep. Michele Bachmann, fmr. MA Gov. Mitt Romney, TX Gov. Rick Perry, TX Rep. Ron Paul, Herman Cain, and fmr. UT Gov. John Huntsman. It seemed to me that NBC took it upon themselves to put John Huntsman forward as some kind of frontrunner, despite his pathetic polling data. This file includes the entire debate, commercial free, for your listening pleasure! If you are downloading this as an independent or undecided voter, get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, or hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Enjoy. Video coverage compliments of MSNBC.

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Congressman Ron Paul at SC Palmetto Freedom Forum (9/5/2011)

September 5th, 2011

On Labor Day, Rep. Ron Paul participated in Senator Jim DeMint's Palmetto Freedom Forum in Columbia, South Carolina, along with fellow candidates Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich. The event, held at the Columbia Metro Center and sponsored by the American Principles Project, is billed as a "unique format, designed to allow candidates to engage in thoughtful, substantive discussion". The Congressman engaged in a question-and-answer session with three panelists: namely, Sen. DeMint (R-SC), Rep. Steve King (R-IA), and Prof. Robert George. Dr. Paul was asked about cutting government programs and departments, the gold standard, creating more jobs, foreign policy, a balanced budget amendment, and more. Video compliments of YouTube User: LibertySource.

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3rd Republican Presidential Debate - Ames, IA (8/11/2011)

August 12th, 2011

On Thursday night, eight contenders for the Republican nomination faced off on the Stephens Auditorium stage at the Iowa State University campus in Ames, Iowa. Congressman Ron Paul participated in the contentious debate, that was sponsored by Fox News, the Washington Examiner and the Iowa Republican Party. Participants included (viewing the stage, from left to right): Rick Santorum, Herman Cain, Dr. Paul, Mitt Romney, Michele Bachmann, Tim Pawlenty, Jon Huntsman, and Newt Gingrich. This file includes the entire (nearly 2 hour) debate, free of commercials. Fox News moderators included Brett Baier and Chris Wallace. If you are downloading this as an independent or undecided voter, get to know Ron Paul! He is not a trendy, or hyped candidate, but a man with a long career of principled independence, and a reverence for the Constitution! Enjoy. Video compliments of YouTube User: MOXNEWSd0tCOM. (10 part series, Part One)

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2nd Republican Presidential Debate - Manchester, NH (6/13/2011)

June 14th, 2011

Seven Republicans were on the stage Monday night at the CNN/WMUR/New Hampshire Union Leader presidential debate at St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire. In attendance for this second round of the GOP's debates, to determine who will win the Republican nomination in 2012, included Congressman Ron Paul, Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Tim Pawlenty, Mitt Romney, and Rick Santorum. CNN's John King moderated the event, held Monday night in front of over 700 Granite State voters at the Sullivan Arena. In my opinion, a voter is better served listening to debate audio, rather than being distracted by television imagery. Throughout the generally gaffe-free night, filled with a strange series of irrelevant either-or questions, Dr. Paul did the liberty movement proud once again. One month since Herman Cain had supposedly won the first debate by unanimous proclamation, this time it is Rep. Bachmann who receives the ecstatic praise of media pundits. Alot of Paul-esque rhetoric was bantered about by the other candidates, minus the intellectual confidence or fundamental principle to call out Fed monetary policy! It would have been nice to have Gov. Gary Johnson on the stage as well! Video compliments of YouTube User: MOXNEWSd0tCOM.

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1st Republican Presidential Debate - Greenville, SC (5/5/2011)

May 6th, 2011

This file contains the entire debate, hosted by Fox News, and held at the Peace Center in Greenville, South Carolina. Congressman Ron Paul appeared on stage with his competitors for the Republican presidential nomination, who from left to right included: Dr. Paul, Herman Cain, Tim Pawlenty, Rick Santorum, and Gary Johnson. The forum was moderated by Fox contributors Bret Baier, Chris Wallace, Shannon Breen, and Juan Williams. Not surprisingly (despite promising poll numbers, strong in-house audience support, and even top billing on TV Guide program info), Congressman Paul was cast to the far left side of the group, and his time to answer questions was notably shorter than the rest (even that blowhard Santorum). IMHO, Paul was asked questions of less relative significance than his counterparts, as if to highlight disagreements on emotional issues with mainline Republicans. The web is a-twitter with talk of Herman Cain dominating the event, but I'll take a wait-and-see approach to that! I couldn't even watch most of the debate live, it was generally boring and tall on empty rhetoric (and way short on RP). Video available compliments of YouTube User: MoxNewsDotCom.

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Rand Paul in Final Kentucky Senate Debate (10/25/2010)

October 26th, 2010

Kentucky’s U.S. Senate candidates, Republican Rand Paul and Democrat Jack Conway, participate in their final debate. The debate is being held on KET’s Kentucky Tonight public affairs program. The candidates are running to replace Republican Senator Jim Bunning, who is retiring. This debate took place without a studio audience in Kentucky Educational Television's Lexington studio. The hour long conversation was hosted and moderated by Bill Goodman. Sadly, it appears some MoveOn.org supporters were stomped before the debate.

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October Debate #4: Rand Paul vs. Jack Conway (10/17/2010)

October 18th, 2010

Punctuated by personal attacks, the U.S. Senate debate between Democrat Jack Conway and Rand Paul exposed the underlying tensions in the race Sunday night. The debate, which took place on the University of Louisville campus, was sponsored by and broadcast live on WHAS-11 in Louisville and simulcast nationally on C-Span. Conway is a desperate gutter candidate. Period. And all the while with that effeminate smirk on his face. Hosted and moderated by Mark Hebert at Robert Bigelow Hall.

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Rand Paul in Full Kentucky U.S. Senate Debate (10/14/2010)

October 15th, 2010

Thursday's full debate was between the Republican and Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate in Kentucky, Dr. Rand Paul and Attorney General Jack Conway. The third October debate, between the tea party candidate and the Obama Democrat, took place in the western Kentucky city of Paducah at the Carson Center. Conway and Paul traded barbs once again over the role of outside groups, attack ads and medicare. WPSD Local 6 provided coverage. Numbers from political tracking blog TPM show Republican Paul leading Democrat Conway 47 percent to 42 percent.

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