He is an OB/GYN, after all.
Paul delegates in Massachusetts had a particularly turbulent fight with Romney backers. In a video, they speak directly to the camera and promise to behave in Tampa.
A spokesman’s move seen as a concession to the libertarian wing of the Republican Party. Meanwhile, Romney plans a trip to Israel.
Spurred by what happened at other Republican state conventions, Nebraska will beef up security measures at its own next weekend.
Defending the Internet — and the corporations that invest in it — from government regulation is the new “End the Fed,” Paul advisors tell BuzzFeed exclusively. A new Paul manifesto: “This is our revolution.”
Campaigns, super PACs, and everyone else have churned out ads by the minute this election cycle. Here are some of the strangest.
Revealing photographs from the Republican primaries show the secret cabal controlling each candidate’s decisions. We know little about this group from a place called Equestria, other than that their main agenda appears to be “friendship”.
A group unaffiliated with the Paul campaign has sued the Republican party over its treatment Paul delegates. The Paul campaign is keeping its distance.
Feast your eyes on these unholy unions.
“I find it unacceptable that we cannot find a qualified American.” Chester Arthur’s legitimacy also in question.
“Mitt Is The Shit.” For Ron Paul: “Legalize Everything.”
From Kentucky to Texas, libertarian acolytes are poised to win primaries and take over their party. “We need reinforcements,” says Rand.
“Government Bullies: Americans Arrested, Abused, and Terrorized” will be released on Sept. 11. 2016, here we come.
Adam Kokesh — who drew Secret Service attention for contemplating killing Romney — will not be silenced. He’s now encouraging Ron Paul delegates to disrupt the Republican National Convention.
Campaign is working with its delegates on “decorum and respect” for the Republican National Convention. Consequences for Romney, and for Rand.
It’s hard science, people. Video inside.
The revolution lives! “Rock on! Freedom, then Pizza!”
Paul says in a statement that he’s ending his primary campaign. He’ll still scrap for delegates, but the long march is over.
Adam Kokesh, a co-founder of Veterans for Ron Paul who received Paul’s endorsement for his 2010 congressional run, contemplates a Romney assassination on his talk show. The Secret Service promises a “follow-up.”
Rep. Ryan Harmon was a rare elected official to endorse the libertarian. “Join me in supporting Mitt Romney.”
Ron Paul supporters flooded the state convention.
Members of the military, traditionally a key source of funding for Paul, have given less to him of late. Libertarian’s campaign dismisses report as “silly assertion.”
The game, which has surpassed its fundraising goal on Kickstarter by a long shot, turns out to share similarities with some existing games. Creator dismisses “trolls,” Austrian economics silent on the issue.
The Libertarian icon stumps through the rain in Philadelphia. Supporters plan to write-in Paul, or vote for “Absolutely nobody.”
“The primary has been great for us,” the RNC Chairman tells BuzzFeed in an interview.
How he’ll really win the election: a Kickstarter project to make a Paul-themed video game. Watch Paul jump over giant Mitt Romney heads.
The most committed Ron Paul volunteers ran out of cash. Now they hope to be delegates.
Mormon libertarians make an anti-war stand. “One can look at these talks from prophets and see that Romney is out of touch with them.”
It’s easy to mock Alabama and Mississippi Republicans today for their views on Barack Obama’s religion. But that’s hardly the only unfounded, persistent belief lurking below the surface of the political season.
Isn’t this supposed to be Ron Paul territory? Romney leads in The Drudge Report poll.