Monday, August 6, 2018

Ron Paul endorses NJ Libertarian for US Senate

Ron Paul Endorses Murray Sabrin for US Senate - New Jersey Today:

July 16, 2018 -"Congressman Ron Paul, a three-time presidential candidate, has endorsed Murray Sabrin’s U.S. Senate candidacy....

"'Murray’s dedication to, and knowledge of, the principles of liberty will make him an effective advocate for freeing the people of New Jersey — and the nation – from excessive taxes, debt, and inflation, as well as ending the ongoing violations of our right to free speech, property, and privacy. Murray will also be an outspoken Senator for peaceful relations with other nations, and work to ensure that our immigration policies adhere to common sense solutions like his proposal to have immigrants obtain sponsors so they can assimilate and become financially independent,' said the former congressman, whose son is US Senator Rand Paul.

"Sabrin was Ron Paul’s 2008 New Jersey spokesman during the 2008 Republican presidential primary campaign.

"'I am honored to receive Dr. Paul’s endorsement,' said Sabrin. 'For more than four decades Dr. Paul was America’s leading advocate of limited government at home and a non-interventionist foreign policy. “He also was a critic of the Federal Reserve’s destabilizing policies, which have been responsible for the economy’s booms and busts'....

"Sabrin, a professor in the Anisfield School of Business at Ramapo College, was nominated by the Libertarian Party of New Jersey to compete with Democratic incumbent Robert Menendez, Republican pharmacy CEO Bob Hugin and Green Party candidate Madelyn Hoffman. Menendez is the first sitting US Senator to face bribery charges in nearly 40 years....

"As a son of Holocaust survivors, Sabrin says he is a passionate defender of the right to self-defense, civil liberties and peaceful relations with other nations. Sabrin arrived in America in August 1949 with his older brother and his parents and he became a U.S. citizen in June 1959.

"Paul previously endorsed Sabrin in 2014, when he was a contender against then-Mayor Cory Booker and arch-conservative Jeff Bell."

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