The Ron Paul Institute/Mises Institute joint conference in Lake Jackson, TX over the weekend to discuss the possibility that President Trump might pursue a more peaceful foreign policy than his recent predecessors. But the US attack on Syria just two days before the conference changed everything. Here is Ron Paul’s speech!
By Ron Paul Thursday’s US missile attack on Syria must represent the quickest foreign policy U-turn in history. Less than a week after the White House gave Assad permission to stay on as president of his own country, President Trump decided that the US had to attack Syria and demand Assad’s ouster after a chemical […]
Ron Paul discusses the foundations of libertarianism — along with Connor Boyack, author of a new children’s book that features a character based on Dr. Paul.
By Ron Paul Is common sense beginning to creep into US policy in the Middle East? Last week Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that the longer-term status of Syrian President Assad would be “decided by the Syrian people.” The media reported this as a radical shift in US foreign policy, but isn’t this just […]
If there were 10 or 11 million undocumented short-barreled shotguns in violation of the national firearms act of 1934, there is absolutely no way that the federal government would have the resources to stop them without local enforcement of federal law.
Professor Ivan Pongracic talks about free market environmentalism at the 2016 Challenge of Liberty Summer Seminar held in Santa Clara, California.
Testifying in support of his Sound Money bill, HB2014, Finchem gives examples to help explain what inflation is. He notes that there has “been this quiet theft going on over time…”
Former Vice-President Dick Cheney told an audience yesterday that he was certain that Russia interfered in our election and that such interference in other people’s elections is an “act of war.” Is that also true when we do it?
Archibald Maclaine was a well-known attorney in North Carolina, and was a leader there in opposition to the Stamp Act. He argued in favor of ratification of the Constitution and suggested nullification as a response to federal overreach.
Philosopher Philip Goff argues that you have no moral claim to the money you earn on the market, because its distribution of money is arbitrary. Tom Woods and David Gordon give the take down.