Some Ron Paul bits
Dr. Paul has recently picked up a wide variety of endorsements: contrast Arlo Guthrie with American Conservative magazine, for example. His new book, The Revolution: A Manifesto, is now near the top of the Amazon best-seller list.
Paul has introduced many more people to the ideas of liberty than we could have hoped for even a few months ago. Go Ron Go!
[Update 2/2/08 -- here is video of a good speech Paul just gave in Colorado, and Paul is currently tied for second with John McCain in today's Maine caucus.]
[Update 2/7/08 -- On "Super Tuesday" Paul did much better in caucuses than in primaries, as I predicted. He did particularly well in northern state caucuses. In Montana he placed 2nd with 25% of the vote. In North Dakota he got 21%, in Alaska 17%, and Minnesota 16%. Paul won well over a dozen counties outright, including (ironically) Lincoln and Roosevelt counties and (fittingly) Madison county in Montana. His campaign reports that he now has at least 42 delegates to the Republican national convention. This corresponds to hundreds of delegates at the local level who will influence Republican party politics for years into the future. Even Mitt Romney has now dropped out of the race, but Ron Paul keeps plugging away. Here [1,2,3] is video of Ron Paul's excellent speech at CPAC, wonderfully introduced by Bob Barr.