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BREAKING NEWS: Ron Paul Places Second in Nevada

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I know I wrote him off in my last article, but it looks like Ron Paul is back, placing a whopping second in yesterday’s Nevada primaries with 14 percent of the votes, edging out the media-anointed “front-runner” John McCain.

My apologies to all those I let down with my pessimism after New Hampshire. To all those who kept the faith, I salute you.

 The race is still wide open, and the only candidate with a substantive anti-war (i.e., non-interventionist) platform has moved into the front tier.

 Now on to South Carolina, where we can expect another strong showing!


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Ryan is a researcher of Japanese literature currently investigating the influence, for better or worse, that the importation of Western realism had on modern Japanese literary history. He keeps a blog -- www.beholdmyswarthyface.com -- that is in (more...)

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