What – Who is a Neocon? Ron Paul Speech Exposed Them in 2003


by Tom Valentine


Since the media whores are so eager to expose Ron Paul’s past public writings, why don’t they “out” his long speech on the House floor in 2003 as the nation was prepping for a “cake walk” of shock and awe against Saddam Hussein?

This C-span video with transcript is one whale of an education for confused Americans.

You can do two things with this: turn up the sound to hear better, Treat it like radio and absorb the entire 51 minutes while dusting or doing chores.

Two, those with better Internet search skills than me, can get the transcript that accompanied the original tape, then pass it along; this is vital information for voters to get at this time.

Ron Paul Exposes The Neocon Agenda


The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA) August 22, 1998 | Oliver Staley Staff writer A 25,000-square-foot Barnes and Noble is coming to the NorthTown Mall in time for Christmas 1999.

Or maybe it isn’t.

Depending on whom you ask, Barnes and Noble has or has not signed a letter of intent for its second Spokane store.

“We have a signed letter of intent,” said Laurent Poole of the Sabey Corp., which sold the mall two weeks ago but is still handling leasing duties for the mall’s expansion.

“No letter of intent has been signed as of yet,” said David Kuryk, Barnes and Noble’s director of editorial services. see here barnes and noble coupon code

What gives?

The only concrete evidence that Barnes and Noble is headed to NorthTown is a logo painted on the side of the building.

Poole said the logo is on the wall only because Barnes and Noble asked for it.

“On our letter of intent, it said we had to put up a sign,” Poole said.

However, Kuryk said Sabey may have been overly enthusiastic about the prospects of Barnes and Noble signing and jumped the gun.

“Developers love to say they’re talking with us,” he said. “It drums up trade for their property.” But it’s more than just talk, Poole said. barnesandnoblecouponcodenow.com barnes and noble coupon code

“We’re all moving forward,” he said. “We’re all spending a lot of time and a lot of money moving on that.” Kuryk did confirm that Barnes and Noble – which in November opens its first store in the region near the Spokane Valley Mall – is in discussions with NorthTown.

“We’re working with them,” he said. “It’s almost a done deal.” David Sabey sold the NorthTown Mall Aug. 6 to Salt Lake City-based JP Realty, but the construction arm of his company is still under contract to build a $54 million expansion, in which the Barnes and Noble would be located.

In addition, the Seattle-based Sabey Corp. also is the leasing agent for the expansion, which includes 50,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space, Poole said.

“We were doing it for so long, it wasn’t efficient for JP (Realty) to jump in and start again,” he said.

In addition to the proposed Barnes and Noble, the Sabey Corp. is talking to an undisclosed apparel retailer to lease 21,000 square feet in the expansion.

Other confirmed tenants include a 13-screen Act III movie theater and a T.G.I. Friday’s restaurant.

While a department store has been discussed as a future additional anchor tenant at the mall, that leasing would be handled by JP Realty, Poole said.

Barnes and Noble has been rumored to be looking both downtown and in North Spokane, for another Spokane location to complement its Valley store, but the logo at NorthTown is the first indication that the company has picked a location.

Poole said Barnes and Noble’s reluctance to say they have committed to the space is not worrisome.

“Nothing is a done deal until it’s done, but it’s nothing we view as problematic,” he said.

Oliver Staley Staff writer


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Tom Valentine (born August 20, 1935, same day as Ron Paul) is a businessman, writer, commentator and radio host with an anti-establishment perspective. He worked with Radio Free America from 1988 to 2004. He tends to align with issues from left and right ends of the political spectrum, as well as libertarianism. His main journalistic interests have been unorthodox health care methods and conspiracy theories. He is a believer in many alternatives as cancer cures, and believes that soy products are unhealthy for human consumption. All of his views are at odds with the mainstream medical community.