“If we have no more wars, we’ll be successful,” Paul told a crowd of reporters after announcing the launch of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity on Wednesday. The think tank will take a hard look at key political issues, including the future of freedom and the human race, and US domestic and foreign affairs. Its main argument is that war and poverty go hand-in-hand, while peace and prosperity also come together.
The announcement of Paul’s think tank comes about two weeks after the launch of the Texas Republican’s homeschooling curriculum for students K-12, which he said will “play a significant role in the revolutionary reforms needed to build a free society with constitutional protections.”
The website, ronpaulinstitute.org, will also feature congressional scorecards that will grade and assess votes and rank lawmakers on their support or opposition to peace.