Do soldiers have an obligation to fight even illegal wars? In the era of an all-volunteer military the question is not often asked. Nevertheless, what happens when the government breaks its end of the contract and goes to war in an unconstitutional m
This is extremely urgent (36-hour deadline!), so I'll get right to the point. My son Rand used a little-known procedural maneuver to bypass the stranglehold placed on his Audit the Fed by the Senate Banking Committee. And there WILL BE a Senate
On this special episode, Ron Paul takes his Jedi Sword to slice and dice today's most popular myths.
What is ISIS and how did it come into being? The US claims Syrian president Assad is responsible for the rise of ISIS. Many others trace its origin to the disastrous US attack on Iraq in 2003. But is there really an ISIS -- and if so who is behind it
From sponsoring the export of radical Wahhabism to financing al-Qaeda in Syria to flattening Yemen, are the Saudi rulers really a group we should hold up as close allies?
Why did a group of radicalized Muslims attack Paris last week? Was it because they hate France's freedoms, as the neocons claim? Or is there something else to it? Retaliation? Blowback?
Congress has a responsibility to force a full and thorough audit of the Federal Reserve System so the American people finally know what the Fed is doing to our money; and...
The horrific attacks in Paris on Friday have, predictably, led to much over-reaction and demands that we do more of the exact things that radicalize people and make them want to attack us.
You don't want to read this, and I take no pleasure in writing it, and no one really wants to hear it right now. But I believe it needs to be said.
After 14 years of fighting in Afghanistan, the country is in worse shape than ever. NATO is trying to figure out what it can do next, after years of training and advising the Afghan army have not produced the results expected. Maybe the problem is th
While government economic stats keep telling a rosy tale of recovery, many are skeptical of Washington's "good news" stories. What are some of the big players doing to prepare for a possible economic collapse? Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne joins th
Former US Comptroller General Dave Walker says the US debt is actually three times more than the $18 trillion we see in the media, yet the NYT's favorite economist Paul Krugman still believes the real problem is not enough spending! How much is enoug
Fallacies are the mainstream media's stock in trade. Conventional wisdom reigns supreme. But not on the Liberty Report! Today Ron Paul takes a sledgehammer to a few MSM fallacies. Drug war, debt ceiling, Paul "Nobel" Krugman, and more -- Ron takes th
When and how did the "secret government" arise in the US? It could easily be traced to the creation of the CIA after World War II. Special guest David Talbot joins the Liberty Report to discuss his new book, The Devil's Chessboard, about Allen Dulles
Over the weekend a Russian passenger plane went down over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. As expected, theories are proliferating. Was it ISIS? A missile? A bomb? Blowback over Russia bombing Syria? Will we ever know?
Why is the US taking sides in the Middle East at all -- but especially why is it siding with a bloody tyranny like the Saudi Regime?
Usually when politicians apologize it's because they have been caught doing something wrong, or they are about to be caught.
Ron Paul's message to Popular Liberty
Will they or won't they? As House Republican leaders scramble to get a two-year budget passed that will remove the chance of a dreaded (by them) government shutdown, will a fiscal conservative uprising threaten the party? Today's guest Norm Singleton
The mainstream media's obsession with keeping score when it comes to politics often distracts even the most knowledgeable political observers from considering the underlying, more important issues. This is just as true, surely, in Europe as it is in
Last week the US House of Representatives called former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to appear before a select committee looking into the attack on a US facility in Benghazi, Libya, in 2012. The attack left four Americans dead, including US Amb
In a television interview Ron Paul expressed disagreement with the new, politically-correct legend that slavery was the one and only cause of the Civil War. The long-simmering conflict over states' rights versus consolidation and nationalism was t