onopolies only exist when government tilts the playing field in favor of well-connected crony capitalists. Therefore those concerned about excessive corporate power should join supporters of the free market in repudiating the regulations, taxes, and
At a time when all the foreign policy "experts" in Washington want us to believe they know it all, that what is needed is US force to overthrow the Syrian government, Virginia State Senator Richard Black (R-Loudoun) traveled to Syria to see for himse
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While the mainstream media continues its obsessive reporting on the mud-slinging campaign for the White House, a dramatic development in China last week brought President Obama's "pivot to Asia" to a sudden halt.
Backed by the US, Iraq is set to launch a "decisive" assault on Mosul to remove the city from ISIS control. What will be left of the city? How is the media covering it? What about Aleppo? Who wins?
Last week the president of the Philippines signaled his desire to separate from US foreign policy and seek a rapprochement with China. The US is prepared to occupy five military bases in the Philippines and a long-standing mutual defense treaty. What
During the final presidential debate, the subject of the economy was covered. Since both candidates are interventionists, the prospects for the U.S. economy don't look good no matter who happens to win. Ron Paul debunks the latest debate myths on tod
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused the Russians of rigging US elections in favor of Donald Trump in last night's debate. Could they be manipulating voters and the system? Would we ever do something like that?
Will it be a slug-fest or a slime-fest? One thing is sure - we won't hear much about how either candidate will tackle the real issues. Don't count on the debate moderator to ask probing questions, either. So we thought we'd ask the candidates the que
According to the US media, the battle for Mosul is key to Washington's counter-ISIS strategy. What happens if a city of up to 1.3 million inhabitants is destroyed in the process? What about Aleppo? Will ISIS fighters be allowed to escape into Syria?
What is the future of money? Some say digital currency is more efficient and provides better security and privacy. Others worry about the Fed exercising an even heavier hand on monetary policy. We visit with NYU Law Fellow and digital currency expert
The great Austrian economist, Ludwig Von Mises, used to say that "Government is the negation of liberty." One of the most often used excuses by government to negate liberty is in the name of "national security." Ron Paul addresses this tactic on this
During the 2008 economic crisis, Iceland's government froze offshore accounts held by foreign investors in that country's currency, the krona. Recently, the government of Iceland announced it would unfreeze the accounts if the account holders pai
What have the central bankers and the governments they serve done to our money? Legendary forecaster and publisher of Grant's Interest Rate Observer, Jim Grant, joins us to discuss the bankers' war on the rest of us.
Gold prices "are going up" whether Trump or Clinton are elected according to most analysts in the gold market including former Libertarian and Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul.
An internal FBI report on what causes homegrown terrorism reveals that almost everything said in the media and by politicians on the topic is abjectly false. We discuss what the FBI found out.
In a recently-leaked speech from 2013, Hillary Clinton said that it is important to take both public and private positions on each issue. Is this the language of the typical politician, or something even more deceptive? How does that explain her posi
Last week marked the fifteenth anniversary of the US invasion of Afghanistan, the longest war in US history. There weren't any victory parades or photo-ops with Afghanistan's post-liberation leaders. That is because the war is ongoing.
Did you watch the second round of Hillary vs. Trump? We did. Was it about character, or issues, or both? Our take today...
Many believe that there's a big difference between Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton on trade issues. But is there? Ron Paul gets to the truth on this week's edition of Myth-Busters.
Texas business owner Michael Kleinman fought the law...and he won. He challenged a Texas law forbidding the display of political campaign signs beyond ten days after an election. After four years, an appeals court ruled in his favor. Free speech and
How do you have a debate on foreign policy when both sides agree on the fundamentals? They can only call names and argue about who would bomb more and sooner. Also, do vice presidents matter? Think about how many presidents died or were killed in off
Ron Paul, who ran for president twice as a Republican and once as a Libertarian, was interviewed Monday by host Thomas Roberts at MSNBC about Paul's thoughts on the 2016 presidential race. In the interview, the discussion largely focuses on the Lib
As global growth declines, the world managers at the IMF are looking around for someone to blame. The problem is protectionism and populism, they claim. Well they are partly right, but the problem lies also with the world managers themselves.
The death of former Israeli president and prime minister Shimon Peres last week marks the last of the Zionist "old guard" who successfully fought for a UN mandate to establish the state of Israel in what was formerly British Palestine.
The UK PR firm Bell Pottinger was paid more than half a billion dollars to create false videos and other covert propaganda operations in support of the US invasion and occupation of Iraq. Dozens of other firms also had Pentagon contracts to spin the
What's really going on in Aleppo? Are Assad and Putin exterminating the population for sport? Is it a war against US-backed "moderates"? That is what the mainstream media would have us believe. We speak with Vanessa Beeley, a journalist who just retu
In a shock interview in a major German newspaper, al-Qaeda's Nusra Front commander in Aleppo claims that the US and its allies are directly supporting Nusra fighters with weapons and training. Sound far-fetched? Maybe. But there is a precedent.
Winners? Losers? The pundits all want to score last night's debate. We take a slightly different look at the 2016 presidential race and last night's debate.
The massive fraud committed by Wells Fargo bank employees against their customers -- opening up bogus accounts to siphon off money, etc -- will no doubt result in a whole new round of banking regulations. But what about the biggest fraudster of them