Ron Paul Wiki Project
The Ron Paul Wiki Project is a live, interactive, shared resource to create a master archive containing all the speeches and appearances of Congressman Ron Paul.
These Pages hold the actual words of Ron Paul entirely free of commentary or interpretation.
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5. Scroll down this page to the Help: Wiki guides and tutorials section, which contains technical and administrative details to edit these pages;
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Political positions of Ron Paul
1.1 Lower spending and smaller government 1.2 The Plan To Restore America (Budget for 2013) 1.3 Lower taxes 1.4 Inflation and the Federal Reserve 1.5 Nonviolent tax resistance 1.6 Social Security 1.7 Minimal market interference
2.1 Public religious expression 2.2 Freedom of speech 2.3 Gun control 2.4 Habeas corpus 2.5 Federal legislation and civil liberty 2.6 Sexual harassment 2.7 Same-sex marriage 2.8 Don't Ask, Don't Tell 2.9 Sodomy laws
3.1 Abortion 3.2 Contraception 3.3 Stem-cell research 3.4 Capital punishment 3.5 Education
4.1 Privatizing federal lands 4.2 Free-market environmentalism 4.3 Global warming 4.4 Environmental-related legislative activities
5.1 Health care costs 5.2 Medical research funding 5.3 Medicare prescription drug program 5.4 Tax credits for healthcare expenses & Children's Health Insurance Program 5.5 Discrimination based on genetic predisposition to disease 5.6 Emergency medical care 5.7 Insurance coverage of pre-existing medical conditions 5.8 Medical malpractice law reform 5.9 Proposal to eliminate Medicare 5.10 Food and Drug Administration policy 5.11 Physician licensure 5.12 Marijuana 5.13 Drug prohibition 5.14 Veterans' hospital access 5.15 Government non-intervention in medical field
6.1 Ballot access 6.2 Voting Rights Act 6.3 Civil Rights Act of 1964 6.4 State representation 6.5 Electoral College
7.1 Non-intervention 7.2 International trade 7.3 Borders and immigration 7.4 Terrorism
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