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Beyond Party Lines (By Peter Kretzmann)

We are at a decisive turning point in the story of America. We have set a course for disaster that the status quo cannot fix. We need something far beyond the world of petty party politics. These two parties have created nothing short of a nightmare in Washington. We need new answers. I myself used [...]


I may be a broke college student, but I’m donating everything I can to Ron Paul in terms of money, time, and energy. I’m tired of the wars, I’m tired of the bailouts, and I’m tired of the government thinking I work for them (not the other way around). Time to bring true change to [...]

It’s Time for Substance

In the 2012 presidential election corny phrases like, “Let’s get America working again,” or, “Jobs, jobs, jobs,” are passed off as well-reasoned statements. Is this how the American people want to be treated? Are we so shallow that we can’t even spend a little time to educate ourselves why the economy is in miserable shape, [...]

Addressing Common Concerns with Ron Paul

When I first heard Ron Paul in the 2007 presidential debates, I thought he was a nut. I considered is ideas to be wacky, extreme, and unnecessary. However, my curiosity was consistently piqued by some of the statements he made in the debates and other interviews. After doing my own research for nearly six months, [...]

Why Not Michele Bachmann (In 60 Seconds)

Why not to vote for Michele Bachmann in 2012. Please “like” and share with your friends! Tweet

Newt Gingrich Responds to My Question on Twitter; Praises Ron Paul

Today I asked Newt Gingrich this question on Twitter: “@newtgingrich Do you give Ron Paul credit for being the only candidate in 2008 to mention the Fed?” Gingrich responded this evening: “@David_Kretzmann there is no question ron paul was the first serious national leader to take on federal reserve history will recognize him” The establishment [...]

The Military Supports Ron Paul

The military supports Ron Paul, and we should too. Ron Paul receives more donations from active duty military personnel than all other Republican candidates combined and President Obama. “Paul raised $34,480 from people in the military, compared with $19,849 for Obama and $13,848 for the other GOP presidential candidates.” — USA Today Tweet

Why Not Mitt Romney (In 60 Seconds)

Why not to vote for Mitt Romney in 2012. Please share this video and spread the word! Feel free to subscribe to the DavidKretzmann YouTube channel. Tweet

Why Not Rick Perry (In 60 Seconds)

Why not to vote for Rick Perry in 2012. Please “like” and share with your friends. Spread the word! Tweet

Why Don’t Corporations Support Libertarianism?

We’ve heard all too often that libertarianism would lead to corporate rule, corporate abuses, and other supposed evils of an unregulated free market. If this is indeed the case, why don’t corporations support candidates with libertarian principles? Subscribe to DavidKretzmann on YouTube. Tweet