Ron Paul Radio!



Just because
he’s retired from politics doesn’t mean Ron Paul is slowing
down: the former congressman from Texas and three-time presidential
hopeful will soon have his own spot on national radio.

Dr. Paul, who
retired from Congress earlier this year after a failed bid at the
Republican Party’s nomination for president, has inked a deal
with the Courtside Entertainment Group that will let him broadcast
brief one-minute radio commentaries twice a day across the country.
Dr. Paul’s segments will also be compiled for a weekly podcast,
available to download for those who miss his daily addresses.

“There’s
no questioning the fact that Ron Paul is one of today’s most impactful
leaders. His thoughts and opinions have created a significant and
loyal following that has made its presence known throughout the
country,” Norm Pattiz, founder of Westwood One and Courtside
Entertainment Group, says in a press release this week.

Dr. Paul, 77,
says in a statement that he’s “very excited” to be
presented with an opportunity that will let him “take the message
of freedom to more people than ever, especially now when our country
needs it so much.”

“Radio
and podcasting are a much more powerful means of communication than
speaking on the floor of Congress. I welcome this chance to work
with Norm and Courtside and interact with America in a new way,
delivering a message that is timelier than ever and a philosophy
that people are clearly hungry to hear more about,” he says.

According to
Courtside, Dr. Paul’s daily dispatches will be carried on an
array of networks and on the Web and will begin March 18. “His
new radio show for Courtside and his digital presence via podcasting
create a platform that will be hugely successful,” predicts
Pattiz.

Since retiring
from Congress earlier this year, the former representative has remained
politically outspoken, speaking publically in recent weeks about
the United States’ involvement in the African nation of Mali
and the ongoing funding of foreign wars. His son, Sen. Rand Paul
(R-Kentucky), was chosen by members of the Tea Party faction to
speak to the country Tuesday evening to rebut US President Barack
Obama’s State of the Union address. Rep. Paul ran against Pres.
Obama in both the 2008 and 2012 elections.

Reprinted
with permission from Russia
Today
.

February
19, 2013

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2013 Russia
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