What Does Ron Paul Want? Hint: It's Not About The 2012 GOP Nomination

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Wednesday's Junkie segment on TOTN

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U.S. Communists have been running for office for decades. Above, the Party's presidential ticket in 1936. Ken Rudin collection hide caption

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April 12 podcast

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last week's podcast

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Last week's Junkie segment on TOTN

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