Ron Paul

Ron Paul unveils libertarian think tank

by  |  published on April 18, 2013

Although Ron Paul retired from politics, he hasn’t left the conversation: the former Texas congressman has launched his new think tank – an institute that will carry on his ideals to the younger generations.

“If we have no more wars, we’ll be successful,” Paul told a crowd of reporters after announcing the launch of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity on Wednesday. The think tank will take a hard look at key political issues, including the future of freedom and the human race, and US domestic and foreign affairs. Its main argument is that war and poverty go hand-in-hand, while peace and prosperity also come together.

The institute’s website will publish news analyses, encourage young Americans to write about ‘key issues of our time’, and take a stand “for peace, a peace that is intricately connected to justice, shared human values and prosperity… that leaves us safer than the empty lies of the warmongers.”

The website,, will also feature congressional scorecards that will grade and assess votes and rank lawmakers on their support or opposition to peace.

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