Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Ron Paul to champion individual liberty

-Wesley Higgins
The last time Ron Paul visited USF, the then-presidential candidate rallied thousands of supporters with his vision of liberty. Tonight, the retired congressman returns after two years with a message of resilience.

“Change comes from the people,” he said in an interview with The Oracle. “That’s why I concentrate on a generation of young people who can make a change.”

Paul said that change is the reclamation of liberty, which he defines as the natural right to say and do whatever an individual sees fit, as long as no harm is done and tolerance is embraced.

“If we follow individual liberty we would have a much more prosperous society,” he said. “We would have a much more peaceful society that honors and respects a person’s own interest in their life and their money.”