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TNR Exclusive: More Selections From Ron Paul’s Newsletters
January 17, 2012

Ron Paul has recently suggested there was only a “total of about eight or ten sentences” of “bad stuff” in the newsletters that he regularly used to publish under his name. This assertion was patently false: As TNR has shown, the newsletters contained dozens of statements marked by bigotry and conspiratorial thinking.

Who Wrote Ron Paul's Newsletters?
January 10, 2008

This seems to be the big question in the libertarian blogosphere right now, in reaction to my piece about Ron Paul's newsletters. Some people "in the know" are implying that it's Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr., Paul's former chief of staff and the founder of the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Rockwell is listed as a "contributing editor" of  The Ron Paul Investment Letter, but when I interviewed him last week for the story, he denied ghostwriting material in Paul's newsletters.

Ron Paul Newsletters
January 08, 2008

The Ron Paul Political ReportJanuary 1988September 1988April 1989November 1989December 1989January 1990February 1990May 1990July 1990January 1992July 1992October 1992November 1992January 1993March 1993April 1993September 1994May 1995September 1995May 1996June 1996 Dr.

Truth and Inconsequences
June 24, 2002

In the August 9, 1922 issue of this magazine, Frances Taylor Patterson wrote: "In a day of emotional and artistic deliquescence on the screen, a picture with the fresh strength and pictorial promise of Nanook of the North is in the nature of Revelation." The screen has recurrently deliquesced since then, and once again comes a film from the north to remind us of that fact by its revelation of strength. Robert J.