On July 12, Ron Paul supporters held a Revolution March and Rally. See this post on RonPaul.com and watch the videos on YouTube.
Yesterday was a big day for Ron Paul supporters.
On just one day, in honor of the 234th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party, the new American revolutionaries brought in $6.04 million, another one-day record. The average donation was $102; we had 58,407 individual contributors, of whom an astounding 24,915 were first-time donors. And it was an entirely voluntary, self-organized, decentralized, independent effort on the internet. Must be the “spammers” I keep hearing about!
Why Students support Ron Paul:
I was tempted to donate myself, but I decided not to, as I haven’t yet decided which candidate to support. The effort was organized on the internet at teaparty07.com, and I am impressed with how well they did. Their goal was $10 million in a single day; that would have far, far surpassed any previous records– but even $6.04 million is incredible. This beats John Kerry’s record after he was selected for the Democratic Party’s nomination. Continue reading
Give one. Get one.
That’s the proposition of the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project, whose mission it is to provide laptops to children in developing countries. The idea is to empower these schoolchildren by allowing them access to the kind of technology that has made the U.S. and other technology-centric nations so prosperous. It’ll give the kids tremendous opportunity for education, in a way they’ve never seen before.