Is our society collapsing into a kind of civil war, where dramatic acts of violence are polarizing and radicalizing the population? Is Dallas the wave of the future? Will tragedies be used to further restrict our liberties? Many questions remain.
The longest war in US history just got even longer. As NATO wrapped up its 2016 Warsaw Summit, the organization agreed to continue funding Afghan security forces through the year 2020. Of course with all that funding comes US and NATO troops, and tho
Some 25 years since the end of the Warsaw Pact, NATO is meeting in Warsaw to make war plans against Russia. Is there a real reason to continue this Cold War? Special guest Jacob Hornberger, president of the Future of Freedom Foundation, joins the dis
Leave it to the government to turn something as simple as trade and voluntary exchange to into a labyrinth of bureaucratic waste. Today on Myth-Busters Ron Paul delves into the lifeblood of civilization, and how government de-civilizes with its inter
Today's release of the long-awaited "Chilcot Report" on the UK's participation in the 2003 Iraq war is a stark reminder of the lies that UK and US leaders used to fuel the war machine. When do we get our own commission to hold the US liars responsibl
As we gather with family and friends to celebrate the July 4th holiday we should remember that we are not celebrating the state, but rather commemorating an act of secession from an oppressive government.
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We've all heard of the term "lying with statistics," and boy does the mainstream media get high honors for that practice. But today Ron Paul is going to cover "lying with government statistics". He discusses the myths that surround GDP, the misleadin
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Last week's UK vote to leave the EU may have come as a shock to many, but the sentiment that led British voters to reject rule from Brussels is nothing unique.
ISIS, Kurds, someone else? Who attacked the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul yesterday...and who benefits?
After the Brexit vote a report has emerged suggesting that the EU bureaucracy in Brussels may decide to radically deepen political integration to the point of creating one large "superstate." Will the many wavering EU member states sign on to such a
Is it the end of the world? The end of NATO? The end of the EU? The end of the UK? A closer look at what we might expect from last week's UK vote on exiting the EU.
Last week's UK vote to leave the EU may have come as a shock to many, but the sentiment that led British voters to reject rule from Brussels is nothing unique. In fact it is growing sentiment worldwide. Frustration with politics as usual, with poli
While the MSM has not given it extensive coverage, an apparent Romanian hacker's breach of the Clinton Foundation server shows the breathtaking level of foreign influence in the organization. Meanwhile, NATO declares computer hacking to be grounds to
The ongoing war in Syria may see some escalation soon. A report that 51 State Dept. employees (out of 13,000 foreign service officers) signed a memo urging President Obama to change his focus in Syria from fighting ISIS to fighting the secular Assad
Rand Paul "did his very best" during his failed White House campaign, but Donald Trump proved to be a distraction from the Kentucky senator's message, his dad, former Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, said Tuesday.
About the only thing Orlando has in common with 9/11 is the way power-hungry politicians and federal officials wasted no time using it to justify expanding government and restricting liberty.
Recently, 51 State Department employees signed a memo urging the president to change his focus in Syria from fighting ISIS to fighting the secular Assad government.
Some 51 State Department employees signed a protest memo urging the Administration to re-focus in Syria away from attacking ISIS and toward attacking the Assad government. They write that the best way to destroy ISIS is to overthrow the Syrian govern
How very strange that so many have succumbed to the idea that government has moral authority to feed the hungry, or to monitor personal habits, or to create "equality". Government inherently has nothing! Everything it acquires, it must first take by
Depending on who you listen to, a UK vote to leave the EU will be a return to national sovereignty or the end of Western political culture. Which is it?
It seems everyone with a political agenda is rushing to use the attack in Orlando to further that agenda. What is really behind the shooting? Will we ever know?
Why, since the early 1970's, have wage-earners' income been so stagnant? Is it that labor is less valued in society? Some sinister plot? Or is it something else...something so obvious...?
Can libertarianism heal the world? Libertarian activist, author, presidential candidate Mary Ruwart has written on this theme for more than two decades. What does she make of the current state of libertarianism? Where are we heading and where should
The real friends of peace in the US Congress are sadly few and far between, but North Carolina Republican Walter Jones, Jr. is definitely one of them. The neocons threw everything they could at him by way of a primary challenger, but he won with a hu
So-called "Democratic Socialism" is really the old and tired ideas of Socialism, with a different wrapper. Ron Paul takes apart a few of its many myths, as well as the other discredited set of ideas known as Keynesianism. Enjoy today's Myth-Busters!
Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC) demolished a neocon-backed challenger for the 3rd Congressional district of North Carolina. In a heavy military oriented district, is the big neocon loss a sign of shifting tides?
This election season, the former presidential nominee has consistently, candidly expressed his views on the presidential race, often issuing scathing indictments of the two-party system and the authoritarian tendencies of the candidates in the runnin
"Operation Anaconda" launched in Poland this week -- the largest NATO exercise since the end of the Cold War. The Commander of the US Army in Europe told the Russians there's "no need to be nervous." Should they be? Would we be if Russia was doing th