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John Stossel: Your party created a prescription drug program, you voted against it. Don’t elderly people need these drugs?
Ron Paul: Yeah, that’s why I voted against it, because these government programs failed to work. A lot of elderly were, and still are furious over that program, because it’s so complex and difficult.
John Stossel: But a lot of people like it, hey, I’m getting my drugs paid for, they’re free.
Ron Paul: You know who else likes it? The drug companies. They spent quite a few millions of dollars, they did the highest lobbying, the profiteers were the ones who really pushed that program. But the assumption shouldn’t be made that if you didn’t have it, people wouldn’t get their drugs. The market is designed to lower prices, not raise prices.”

  —Ron Paul
 20/20 unaired interview by John Stossel, December 7, 2007

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Romney Needs to Channel More Conservatism

Fresh off of a huge GOP primary win in Florida, Mitt Romney is feeling good. But exit polls revealed one key shortcoming that has dogged Romney thus far: Conservative voters — a key constituency, and the base of the Republican Party — are still not feeling good about his candidacy. According to Politico, of those who said they wanted a “true conservative,” Newt Gingrich won with 45 percent, compared with 20 percent for Romney, who

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Conservatives Finally Find Anti-Romney Candidate in Santorum

Finally, after months of searching and ups and downs with flash-in-the-pan candidates, conservatives have found their alternative to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in Rick Santorum. A surging Santorum only lost to Romney by a razor-thin eight votes at Tuesday night's Iowa caucus, giving him much needed momentum going into New Hampshire, and giving a right wing uninspired by Romney a new candidate to get behind. Santorum is in many ways the anti-Romney: born in

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2011 @ a Year for Headlines

Like every year, 2011 brought the good, the bad, and the downright ugly when it comes to memorable moments. From politics to sports, from media meltdowns to military acts of honor, the past twelve months have captivated us with the current events that defined them. Here are the biggest stories of the past year. The capture of Osama bin Laden — Despite the increased and seemingly incessant fighting between political parties this past year, there

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2011 — a Year for Headlines

Like every year, 2011 brought the good, the bad, and the downright ugly when it comes to memorable moments. From politics to sports, from media meltdowns to military acts of honor, the past twelve months have captivated us with the current events that defined them. Here are the biggest stories of the past year. The capture of Osama bin Laden — Despite the increased and seemingly incessant fighting between political parties this past year, there

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Gingrich Shaken, Not Stirred, by Debate Attacks

Last night’s Fox News Republican presidential debate was the last time the candidates will face off before the all important Jan. 3rd Iowa caucus, and the GOP hopefuls certainly acted like it. The seven men and women who graced the stage in Sioux City last night brought their best game faces and many who can’t brag about frontrunner status had their best performances yet. For surging Newt Gingrich, the evening was a mixed bag —

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Newt@s Time to Shine

Hope and change was the mantra used by Barack Obama in 2008. After two terms of international conflict and an economy that slowed and then plummeted, the timing was right for those messages. Now, after four more stagnant years, with America’s position on the world scene no better than when President George W. Bush left office, the timing is once again ripe for a “change” election. Except this time, it’s up to a Republican to

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Newt’s Time to Shine

Hope and change was the mantra used by Barack Obama in 2008. After two terms of international conflict and an economy that slowed and then plummeted, the timing was right for those messages. Now, after four more stagnant years, with America’s position on the world scene no better than when President George W. Bush left office, the timing is once again ripe for a “change” election. Except this time, it’s up to a Republican to

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It@s Government That@s Gotten Lazy, Not America

It is arguably the job of any U.S. president to be our cheerleader-in-chief. That’s why President Obama’s recent comments blasting the business community for being asleep at the switch have the rest of the country reeling. “We’ve been a little bit lazy over the last couple of decades. We’ve kind of taken for granted — ‘Well, people would want to come here’ — and we aren’t out there hungry, selling America and trying to attract

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