The ‘Giuliani Moment’ 10 Years On: What Does It Mean Today?



Ten years ago this week, at a South Carolina GOP debate, Rep. Ron Paul dared challenge the cherished shibboleth that “they attack us because we are rich and free.” No, it is our foreign policy that provokes hatred and inspires attacks like 9/11, he dared say. That was too much for then-frontrunner Rudy Giuliani. That short exchange made history — and was also a shot in the arm for the non-interventionist movement. Ron Paul reflects on that moment and what it means for us today.

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Christopher Kemmett

Founder of The Real Strategy and Tyranny Rising.