Ron Paul’s Speech at the Libertarian Party National Convention

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On Sunday, Ron Paul spoke to the delegates assembled at the Libertarian Party National Convention. It is something Paul has done periodically — including while he was a Republican member of the United Staes Houser of Representatives — in the years since he was the Libertarian Party’s 1988 presidential nominee.

In his speech, Paul put forward libertarian proposals for America that he has long promoted, including ending the Federal Reserve, adopting a noninterventionist foreign policy, and protecting liberty. He also addressed several other matters including his views concerning the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and his advice for what people should do to advance libertarian ideas.

Watch Paul’s speech here.

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