If you could change just five key aspects of US foreign policy to realign it toward the Founders’ vision, what would you pick? How to make the other broken parts of our policy fall into place? Here are our top five fixes.
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At a time when all the foreign policy “experts” in Washington want us to believe they know it all, that what is needed is US force to overthrow the Syrian government, Virginia State Senator Richard Black (R-Loudoun) traveled to Syria to see for himself what’s going on.
Last week the president of the Philippines signaled his desire to separate from US foreign policy and seek a rapprochement with China. The US is prepared to occupy five military bases in the Philippines and a long-standing mutual defense treaty. What’s next?
By Ron Paul While the mainstream media continues its obsessive reporting on the mud-slinging campaign for the White House, a dramatic development in China last week brought President Obama’s “pivot to Asia” to a sudden halt. Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte, while in Beijing, announced his country’s “separation” from the United States. He told his Chinese […]
Since both candidates are interventionists, the prospects for the U.S. economy don’t look good no matter who happens to win. Ron Paul debunks the latest debate myths on today’s edition of Myth-Busters.
An internal FBI report on what causes homegrown terrorism reveals that almost everything said in the media and by politicians on the topic is abjectly false. We discuss what the FBI found out.
By Ron Paul Last week marked the fifteenth anniversary of the US invasion of Afghanistan, the longest war in US history. There weren’t any victory parades or photo-ops with Afghanistan’s post-liberation leaders. That is because the war is ongoing. In fact, 15 years after launching a war against Afghanistan’s Taliban government in retaliation for an […]
Secretary of State John Kerry was in Africa recently, promising US aid to help get “clean” elections, spreading foreign aid to help fight Boko Haram (which got a big boost from the Libya intervention), and pushing for UN troops in South Sudan (a disastrous country midwifed by US intervention a few years ago).