A panel discussion and question-and-answer period featuring Hunt Tooley, Phil Giraldi, and Daniel McAdams. Presented at the Mises Institute’s symposium with Ron Paul: “War and Peace in the Age of Trump”. Recorded on 8 April 2017 in Lake Jackson, Texas.
Tag Archives | middle east
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.
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 The death of former Israeli president and prime minister Shimon Peres last week marks the last of the Zionist “old guard” who successfully fought for a UN mandate to establish the state of Israel in what was formerly British Palestine. Much has been written about Peres since his death. He was a […]
Over the past several days Saudi Arabia’s brutal war against Yemen has taken an even more grim turn, as hospitals and schools have been hit. US weapons sales to the Saudis provide the firepower that kills Yemeni civilians. The military-industrial complex profits. And Saudi Arabia’s strongest ally in Yemen? al-Qaeda.
The real friends of peace in the US Congress are sadly few and far between, but North Carolina Republican Walter Jones, Jr. is definitely one of them. The neocons threw everything they could at him by way of a primary challenger, but he won with a huge margin. Find out what he is doing about […]
The bipartisan, neocon-dominated Center for a New American Security has sent Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton some “helpful suggestions” for a Clinton foreign policy: Double down on American exceptionalism and project more military force worldwide. Is this a preview of a Clinton State Department and Pentagon?