The Pentagon is requesting 500 more US troops on the ground in Iraq, as the long-anticipated battle to retake Mosul from ISIS is expected to begin next month. That would bring the US troop level to around 6,400, with another probably 6,000 or so cont
Today's Liberty Report is joined by US Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) to discuss the state of the liberty movement both inside and outside of government. What can we do to make a difference?
Just over a week after a ceasefire deal was announced by the US and Russia, the deal is a smoldering ruin. A US strike on Syrian forces, US-backed rebel groups that refuse to break with al-Qaeda, and an attack yesterday on a humanitarian aid convoy i
Has the surveillance state claimed the last bit of our privacy? Our lives are being stored at enormous "data centers" in the US and abroad. Everything we do, every transaction, every website we visit. This has nothing to do with terrorism and everyth
As Hillary Clinton calls millions of Americans "irredeemable" and "deplorable," Ron Paul explains why those terms apply to American politics itself. Gang warfare and a sprawling government enforcer wasn't supposed to be the fate of the "land of the f
Last week's announcement of a record-breaking US aid package for Israel underscores how dangerously foolish and out-of-touch is our interventionist foreign policy. Over the next ten years, the US taxpayer will be forced to give Israel some $38 bill
Yesterday US National Security Advisor Susan Rice signed a "memorandum of understanding" committing the US to providing $38 billion in military aid over the next ten years. Philip Giraldi joins today's Liberty Report to break down the agreement and d
A new ceasefire in Syria took effect this week. Syria and Russia agreed to not bomb US-backed "moderates" and the US agreed to separate its rebels from al-Qaeda. Will this bring about a political solution to the horrors of the five year war? Or are t