Proof that the Ron Paul Revolution will not be televised:
“The Ron Paul Channel,” webcast by an Internet near you.
The onetime Republican presidential candidate and former two-time congressman from Texas built much of his libertarian following online, so it’s appropriate that he is web-casting there now, with regular updates on the news from the point of view of the “Paul revolution” that took root in 2012.
He talked about his Libertarian views in a report on Russia Today about the new channel: “In a Libertarian society, government is so minimal there is no reward for buying government because they can’t pass out favors. There is no military industrial complex. There are no bonuses and subsidies… That wouldn’t exist. It wouldn’t be a very good investment if government were held to that of protecting liberty.”
— Ron Paul (@RonPaul_2012) August 20, 2013