Why Ron Paul doesn’t care about the truth of his speech sounds like he did a year ago

The last time I heard the name “Ron Paul” being called for President Barack Obama, it was a year and a half ago.

Now, I think the “Ron” of 2016 is beginning to take over the national conversation, but I’m not sure if it’s because he has a message or if the nation is finally getting tired of hearing it.

I’m a little disappointed in the national media and the political press.

They are always pushing the narrative that we’re about to be swept away by Donald Trump.

And in some cases, that’s absolutely the case.

But I’m just not sure that’s the story of what the country needs right now.

If the media wants to write about how America is going to be taken over by Donald J. Trump, they’re going to have to start with the truth.

But that story has to be told.

I want to focus on one of the most important parts of the speech: the time that Obama made to the nation.

In an interview with The Associated Press in June 2015, the President said, “We need to make sure that we keep this nation safe, because we are in grave danger right now.”

That was the same month he announced the first military action in Syria, in an effort to end the civil war that had raged for years in that country.

I think President Obama did the right thing in taking action that is consistent with his belief that the American people should be able to decide how they respond to the threats that we face.

But at the same time, I have a hard time seeing how this was the best way to respond to a crisis that was in its early stages.

We need a strong national security policy, and we need a tough, strong, and decisive response to this crisis, because the threat is real, and it’s growing every day.

That’s the best I can come up with right now, but there’s no doubt in my mind that President Obama is right.

America’s security is at risk, and there is a new generation of threats that are becoming more lethal every day, from ISIS to North Korea to Russia.

The United States is confronting new, dangerous threats, and I don’t think it’s going to happen again anytime soon.

In his remarks, Obama used words that should sound familiar to many Americans, as the country was shaken by the terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino.

“The truth is we need to come together,” he said.

“I’m proud of the Americans that stood up and fought back and stopped a threat that is real.

We need to stand together.

I don`t believe that America is helpless.

I believe that we are the strongest, most capable, most willing nation on earth.

But we are not invincible.”

That sentiment, though, has not translated to many people in the United States.

For a generation of Americans, the phrase “we are the most powerful nation on Earth” has meant something different.

They don’t know that they’re saying that, and the people around them don’t either.

This is a nation that has grown accustomed to the notion that it is the most influential, the most dominant nation on the planet.

As I was reading the speech, I was thinking about how it is that President Donald J., Trump, and his team have used that notion to demonize us.

They have accused us of being “totally dependent on them,” of not “making America great again,” of being the “world’s biggest bully.”

I think we have to take this seriously.

It’s a dangerous moment.

We can’t allow these words to be used against us.

We must continue to stand up and say, “No, we are America, and no one is going anywhere.”