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Ron Paul at Liberty


It was a good stump speech, his points were good and well presented. Paul spoke for about an hour to a mostly enthusiastic crowd.  He brought his message of small government and fiscal responsibility, while adding references to his Christian faith and pro-life stance on abortion.  He suggested the U.S. withdraw from the United Nations, and abolish both the Department of Education and national income tax.

Afterwards many students that I spoke with were confused as to why the MSM characterizes him as a lunatic, because they found him to very likable and intelligent. Also, his staffers were collecting signatures for a Ron Paul presidential run in Virginia. They talked as if he will be on the ballot no matter what.

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GLTC to give us old buses

The people who provides us bus shuttles, the Greater Lynchburg Transit Company, will gives us old buses because they’re getting new “hybrid” buses. The buses, which use a hybrid combination of diesel and electric power, were unveiled at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday and are now in service along some of the city’s busiest routes.

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Liberty University and Virginia School of the Arts join for wireless venture

Liberty University and the Virginia School of Arts have created a joint venture called the Lynchburg Education Broadband Joint Venture with the goal of developing a wireless broadband internet service to the Lynchburg region.  This effort has resulted in an Request for Proposal to develop four EBS license channels into a WiMax broadband service.  The Joint Venture has secured the services of Airewire, a management consulting and engineering firm, to coordinate the RFP.

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McCain talks to Jonathan ahead of Virginia primary

jonathanf.jpgConservative Christian leaders in Virginia have been fairly quiet about the state’s presidential primaries Tuesday, but the Republican candidates haven’t forgotten them.

The Rev. Jonathan Falwell told the Associated Press that he had talked with John McCain within the past 24 hours. Falwell said he wasn’t ready to endorse a candidate, but wanted to hear more from the Arizona senator on the issues.

“I look forward to seeing what McCain’s plan is to unite the party,” Falwell said, “and to see what he has to say in the coming days on the social agenda.”

Falwell said he wanted to hear McCain’s ideas on national security, the economy and “how to protect human life and traditional marriage.” He also said he was interested in the Arizona senator’s ideas on Supreme Court nominees.

His brother, Jerry Falwell Jr., endorsed Mike Huckabee in November when the former Arkansas governor visited Liberty University.

Quotes from the Associated Press

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Ron Paul coming to Liberty


It was announced last night at Spirit FM and confirmed today by Falwell Jr. that Ron Paul is coming to LU on Friday during Convocation. Falwell Jr. said that he welcomes all candidates, even Paul. Paul is very fond in Liberty, but not as much as Huckabee.

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