Ron Paul Remembers Christmas Past, and Hopes that Christians Stop Embracing War

Former Congressman Dr. Ron Paul (R-TX) wishes a Merry Christmas to his fans and all of his network’s viewers. He also reminisces about Christmas’s Past and how the celebration has changed during his lifetime.

The libertarian leader and devout Christian also discusses the idea of Jesus as “Prince of Peace” and why he believes that so many self-professed Christians seem prepared to embrace war and militarism.

It’s an interesting and eye-opening interview with the godfather of the Liberty movement. 🇺🇸

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