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Today the Liberty Report is back with another of its popular "Ask Ron Paul" episodes. Watch Dr. Paul handle four viewer questions in-depth and on-the-spot!
House Members and Senators have rushed to co-sponsor a bill that would make boycotting Israel a felony, punishable by up to a million dollar fine and 20 years in prison. Faced with the fact that such a bill is clearly an attack on the First Amendment
I write this because it seems as if the "Party of Principle," being the Libertarian Party, has now turned to favoring party politics over principled voting. Allow me to explain.
President Trump has suggested he will sign the new Russia, North Korea, Iran sanctions bill that the House will vote on tomorrow. Accepting the bill will be a huge surrender for a president elected to improve relations with Russia. Can he ever recove
Former Marine Intelligence Officer and former UN Chief Weapons Inspector for Iraq, Scott Ritter, joins the Liberty Report today to explain why in his vast intelligence and WMD experience he believes the "Russia hacking" US Intel Report is bogus and w
According to a report cited by veteran journalist Patrick Cockburn, the nine month siege of Mosul may have cost as many as 40,000 civilian lives. Many thousands were killed when bombs buried them in rubble. Is this a victory?
According to a new survey, more than three-quarters of Americans are worried about getting dragged into a major war overseas. This is a ten percent increase since February. What's behind the increased fear? We have a few ideas...
In his speech yesterday to the National District Attorneys Association, US Attorney General Jeff Session promised much more civil asset forfeiture, a bigger drug war, and longer mandatory prison terms. He is turning the authoritarianism up to "11."
The UN has identified four countries where major famines are underway: Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, and Yemen. What do these four countries have in common? Years of US foreign interventionism.
This week, Rick Perry suggested an economic principle, specifically Say's Law on Markets. Was Perry's thinking sound? Did he deserve many of the criticisms that he received? Ron Paul weighs in on today's Myth-Busters.
On Friday the House overwhelmingly approved a massive increase in military spending, passing a $696 billion National Defense Authorization bill for 2018. President Trump's request already included a huge fifty or so billion dollar spending increase