If you've never seen this video footage you're in for a real treat- if not a bizarre one! When the show was taped in July of 1988- Dr. Paul was in the midst of his first Presidential campaign as the Libertarian nominee. Always willing to spread the message in a hostile environment, Candidate Paul appeared on The Morton Downey Jr. Show -perhaps the original home of anti-intellectual "conservative" dialogue. Watching Downey, his guests, and his audience full of misfits makes an MSNBC appearance look tame and respectful, in comparison! The Doctor took on, among others, Guardian Angel Lisa Sliwa in a 15 minute showdown that featured Paul defending the traditional Libertarian policy he still defends today. Other guests included Otto von Ruggins and Professor John Flynn.
Congressman and former Presidential candidate Ron Paul discussed the Fed, the fiscal cliff, and his feelings about the Presidential candidates with host Jackie DeAngelis on CNBC's new online show, Futures Now. Dr. Paul pointedly refused to endorse his party’s presidential contender, Mitt Romney, arguing that neither he nor President Barack Obama would make necessary cuts to public spending that would avert a fiscal catastrophe. The Congressman also explains why the government's improved employment data is hard to believe.
Guest host Ali Velshi- in for CNN International's Christiane Amanpour- speaks with U.S. Congressman Ron Paul about whether to intervene in Syria. House arab and author Fouad Ajami then gets the last word in the indirect debate, arguing for a more neoconservative foreign policy.
2012 presidential candidate, Rep. Ron Paul of Texas joins MSNBC's Mike Brzezinski to discuss why he's still campaigning, why he's not ready to endorse Mitt Romney even though his son has, the GOP convention in Tampa and why he believes the GOP has become the outlier for the cause of liberty. Other Morning Joe guest panelists include Sam Stein, Mike Barnicle, and MSNBC's own Alex Wagner.
Dr. Ron Paul appeared live via telephone on CNBC'sFast Money with Melissa Lee and the "Money in Motion" traders. The Congressman talks about inflation, the price of gold, and reacts to the most recent US jobs report.
On Monday, Congressman Ron Paul made a surprise appearance on Bloomberg Television for something of a debate with renown Keynesian economist Paul Krugman. Krugman- the unofficial spokesman for central banking and status-quo economics- joined Trish Regan on the entire Street Smart broadcast. Dr. Paul and Kruggy sparred over topics such as inflation, monetary policy and the role of the Federal Reserve. In addition, the Congressman stuck around for an extra segment called "Reganomics", where he talked about debt, European austerity and staying in the presidential race.
On Monday morning, Rep. Ron Paul appeared in CNBC's New Jersey studios to guest host Squawk Box along side Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Dr. Paul debated guest panelists such as Stephen Roach (former Morgan Stanley chief economist) and Dino Kos (Hamiltonian Associates) on economic topics such as Federal Reserve policy and the gold standard vs. fiat money. CNBC personalities Rick Santelli and Jim Cramer join the panel to talk politics and the economy with Dr. Paul. Complete video comes compliments of YouTube User: RonPaulFriends2.
After about six months since his last appearance, Ron Paul appeared in studio on Thursday's episode of MSNBC'sMorning Joe. The Congressman spoke with Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, Sam Stein and co-panelist Bob Woodward about the economic crisis in Greece and the looming deadline for the Super Committee. Conversation then turns to the President's supposed pullout of Iraq by the end of the year. Powerful interview- Scarborough makes up for his lack of coverage Ron Paul over the last six months.
On Wednesday, Congressman Ron Paul appeared "In the Center Seat" on Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier (Video Part One and Part Two). A discussion ensues about the campaign, the economy, and heavy on foreign policy issues. The Congressman is joined by Fox News' All-Star Panel: Stephen Hayes, Juan Williams, and Charles Krauthammer. Additional discussion continued online, which was archived on FoxNews.com. All three of these files are included in this single download.
Congressman Ron Paul appeared along with Fox analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on Fox News' Your World with Neil Cavuto, to talk about the debt-ceiling fiasco, the need to freeze the budget, and the outrageous and unconstitutional super-Congress! Video compliments of YouTube User: SaveOurSovereignty3.
On Wednesday, Dr. Ron Paul visited with Andrew Wilkow, host of XM/Sirius' Wilkow Majority, to talk about hard money and the ongoing debt-ceiling negotiations. Video compliments of YouTube User: Fermion5.
Ron Paul, and his son Senator Rand Paul, each talked separately with KTRH's Matt Patrick on Monday morning. Houston's Morning News talks with the the libertarian tea-party combo about the ongoing debt ceiling negotiations, the problem of sanctuary cities, and the necessary reforms of entitlement programs. Video compliments of YouTube User: KTRHnews.
Dr. Ron Paul joined CNBC's Larry Kudlow on Wednesday night, first as part of a panel discussion on whether the Bernanke and his Fed can control the inflationary pressure on the economy. Other panelists include Mort Zuckerman (New York Daily News), Wayne Angell (fmr. Federal Reserve Board Gov.), and CNBC's own Steve Liesmann and (the tea party's own?) Rick Santelli. Next, the Congressman talks about his bill being introduced tomorrow, co-sponsored by Barney Frank (D-MA), that would de-criminalize marijuana and move its regulation to the purview of the states. Video Part 1 and Part 2.
Earlier this week, Ron Paul visited with Fox Business' John Stossel to tape a very special episode of the program: dedicated to Dr. Paul and his rEVOLution! The Congressman tackles the issues with Stossel, debates foreign policy with Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer, and historian Thaddeus Russell points out that on many issues, Paul has more in common with the left than the right. The live studio audience also got to see Ron Paul debate an Obama impersonator! Video available compliments of YouTube User: MoxNewsDotCom.
Dr. Ron Paul "called in" to join the conversation, between MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan and Time Magazine's Joe Klein, about the Standard & Poor downgrade of US government debt, and the larger debate theatre regarding the debt ceiling.
Representatives Ron Paul (R-TX) and Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) joined Fox Business' Judge Andrew Napolitano on Freedom Watch, to show bi-partisan unity against the ongoing war against Libya. The two decried the unchecked power of the executive, and explained why Congress must re-assert its authority over war-making powers. They also re-dedicated their commitment to transparency at the private Federal Reserve.
MSNBC's Cenk Uygur spoke with Representatives Ron Paul (R-TX) and Peter DeFazio (D-OR) about finding common ground with common sense solutions to fix the budget problem. The Congressmen explain their resolution, to end the aggressive war in Afghanistan and make significant cuts to US militarism, as an alternative to imposing austerity on the most vulnerable Americans.
The Congressman returned to MSNBC'sMorning Joe this Valentine's Day to discuss his CPAC victory and the neoconservatives' failed foreign policy. Ron Paul calls out President Obama for what he is: a war monger!
The Congressman popped in on the MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan Show on Thursday, to talk about the ongoing unrest in Egypt. Dr. Paul predicted "a very wild and violent day" after President Mubarak announced he would step down and cede power to his Vice President (and chief torturer), and advised the US government to allow the Egyptians to solve their own problems. The Congressman was joined on the program by Professor Fawaz Gerges- of the London School of Economics. Video available from YouTube user flex4live.
Congressman Paul appeared on with Fox Business' John Stossel on Tuesday night, to address the State of the Union from a libertarian perspective. Dr. Paul spoke about partisan politics in DC, the federal government's spending addiction, and America's militarism around the world with co-panelists David Boaz (executive vice president of the Cato Institute) and Nicole Kurokowa (Senior Policy Analyst at the Independent Woman's Forum). The show was filmed in front of a live studio audience, and the full video is available viaFederalJacktube3
Congressman Paul appeared on MSNBC'sMorning Joe for a panel discussion on cutting spending, deficits, and the national debt. Host Joe Scarborough welcomed Dr. Paul to the show- along with Tina Brown, Ariana Huffington, and Pat Buchanan- to talk about President Obama's approval rating and the current direction of the country.
Congressman Ron Paul and consumer advocate Ralph Nader appeared on Fox Business'Freedom Watch together to talk about fighting the establishment through a libertarian-progressive alliance. Judge Andrew Napolitano hosted a discussion on how both Republicans and Democrats can work together to benefit the economy.
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