by Ron Paul Looking at the banners in the massive Egyptian protests last week, we saw many anti-American slogans. Likewise, the Muslim Brotherhood-led government that was deposed by the military last week was very critical of what it saw as US support for the coup. Why is it that all sides in this Egyptian civil […]
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By Ron Paul A military coup in Egypt yesterday resulted in the removal and imprisonment of the elected president, Mohamed Morsi, a closure of media outlets sympathetic to him, the house arrest of his advisors, and the suspension of the constitution. The military that overthrew Morsi is the main recipient of the $1.3 billion yearly […]
From the session on “The Changing and Permanent War Parties,” presented at the Austrian Economics Research Conference. Recorded 23 March 2013 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. Liberal Internationalism: From the Founding of the Council on Foreign Relations to the Neoconservative Ascendancy – Mises Media.
What the Media Isn’t Telling You About Syrian Civil War [gview file=”http://thelibertycaucus.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Full-Disclosure-Syria-Transcript.pdf”] Rebel Child honors Bin Laden, promises slaughter of Shiites What the Media Isn’t Telling You About Syrian Civil War | Ben Swann Full Disclosure.
Rand Paul denounces the neocon agenda of Bill Kristol, John McCain, William Buckley and Lindsay Graham, among others. Peace thru strength doesn’t mean war thru strength. Neocons always think war is the answer. via Rand Paul: Peace thru strength doesn’t mean war thru strength. Neocons always think war is the answer -Laura Ingraham show 6/25 […]
What We Have Learned From Afghanistan Last week the Taliban opened an office in Doha, Qatar with the US government’s blessing. They raised the Taliban flag at the opening ceremony and referred to Afghanistan as the “Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan”—the name they used when they were in charge before the US attack in 2001. The […]
The Death of Daniel Somers I am reading the heartbreaking suicide note of Daniel Somers, a US combat veteran who spent several years fighting in Iraq. Mr. Somers was only 30 years old when he took his own life, after being tormented by the horrific memories of what he experienced in Iraq. He wrote: “The […]
This past Thursday and Friday, President Obama delivered two speeches designed to outline his new thinking on national security and counter-terrorism. While much was made in the media of the president’s statements at the National Defense University and the US Naval Academy suggesting that the most active phase of US military action overseas was coming […]