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by Ron Paul [This article appears in the January-February 2016 issue of The Austrian.] I think the most exciting message for me today is that things are changing. Often, when I come to these events, people ask me, “isn’t this grueling, isn’t this very tough?” It’s not, though, and it’s actually a little bit selfish […]
Source: Ep. 500 Roundtable on Liberty’s Past, Present, and Future with Lew Rockwell, Jeff Deist, and Tom | Tom Woods
by Ron Paul Many people think the Internal Revenue Service was violating civil liberties when it harassed tea party groups. After all, the groups were targeted because they wanted to exercise their civil liberty to challenge government policies. However, the specific issue in the IRS case was the groups’ application for tax-exempt status, which seems […]
Last night’s GOP debate was more like a reality TV program than a serious look at the issues. So much posturing. But when candidates did make their points is when it got really alarming.
As we celebrate our Declaration of Independence from England, have we lost the spirit that drove the revolt? Or do we still have that irate, tireless minority keen on setting brushfires of freedom that Samuel Adams spoke so thoughtfully of?
Tom Woods talks to high schoolers about liberty. http://traffic.libsyn.com/tomwoodsshow/woods_05_28_2015_3.mp3
Great news in Florida as there is now an actual a choice rather than the same pro-spending, pro-war, pro-debt candidates of Patrick Murphy and Roger Desantis. Roger Stone Planning Run for Marco Rubio’s Senate Seat http://t.co/IX6BmWfFgz via @newtimesbroward@RogerJStoneJr — Karl Dickey (@karldickey) May 29, 2015 The BrowardPalmBeachNewTimes covers the story: Political “hit man,” Roger Stone — Richard […]
By Ron Paul: It will not shock readers to hear that quite often legislation on Capitol Hill is not as advertised. When Congress wants to do something particularly objectionable, they tend give it a fine-sounding name. The PATRIOT Act is perhaps the best-known example. The legislation had been drafted well before 9/11 but was going […]