Lunatics

04.25.131:45 PM ET

Ron Paul's Insane Asylum

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Ron Paul's new "Institute for Peace and Prosperity," reports Jamie Kirchick, features such luminaries as the suspected writer of the less than wholesome Ron Paul newsletters, an author who declared that a broad swath of the conservative movement holds a higher allegiance to Israel than the United States, and a scholar who wishes the South had won the Civil War. Read it now.

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