Published On: Fri, Aug 9th, 2013

Ron Paul Channel to launch next week

As promised last month, the highly anticipated Ron Paul Channel is set to start next week, according to a post by Lew Rockwell Wednesday.

What will the Ron Paul Channel have to offer?

Image/Video Screen Shot/The Ron Paul Channel

Image/Video Screen Shot/The Ron Paul Channel

An email from the show states “The Ron Paul Channel will be a platform for the truth that you won’t hear anywhere else. We’ll feature the boldest, most fearless patriots in our movement and bring you the news and information everyone else is afraid to cover. We won’t play favorites, we won’t be influenced by advertisers, and we won’t be censored. The Ron Paul Channel will be OUR channel!”

“Americans are tired of the games and the lies of today’s media. They want the truth. I have been astonished by the flood of interest in the channel from tens of thousands of people in just a matter of hours,” said Paul. “Imagine this: no censors, no barricades, no statists. We will be able to engage viewers directly on subjects that matter most to them from finances to civil liberties to foreign policy.”

Dr. Paul said that his namesake channel had some 200,000 people showing interest thus far in the new project.
Rockwell writes subscriptions will cost $9.95 per month and provide subscribers with direct access to Dr. Paul and a diverse array of guests.
“If you want to change the media, you have to Turn Off Your TV, and Turn On the Truth!”
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