The market is a ruthless regulator. Big corporations prefer government regulation because they to protect big corporations from the market, consumer choice, and upstart competitors. As the market ravages Facebook for its misdeeds, CEO Mark Zuckerberg
John Bolton, a central figure in peddling the lies of the 2003 Iraq invasion, has been chosen by President Trump to be a National Security Advisor. This is a very bad sign. We break down why it's a terrible and dangerous choice in a special extra edi
On Friday, President Trump signed the omnibus spending bill for 2018. The $1.3 trillion bill was so monstrous that it would have made the biggest spender in the Obama Administration blush. The image of leading Congressional Democrats Pelosi and Schum
With ISIS all but defeated and al-Qaeda and its allies all but defeated in Ghouta, what is the justification for the US military to still be illegally occupying 30 percent of Syrian territory? And why is the Pentagon building a big new base so close
With the impending fall of East Ghouta to Syrian government forces, former President Obama's project of supporting jihadist rebels in hopes of overthrowing Assad seems to be near death. Will Trump be wise enough to finally change Obama's disastrous p
President Trump's recent cabinet shake-up looks to be a real boost to hard-line militarism and neo-conservatism. If his nominees to head the State Department and CIA are confirmed, we may well have moved closer to war.
Prior to becoming President, Donald Trump accurately called the U.S. economy a "big, fat, ugly bubble." That hasn't changed, other than the big fat bubble being even uglier! Homelessness is skyrocketing. What's going on? Ron Paul talks about go
New York Times bestselling author of "Skin in the Game" Nassim Nicholas Taleb joins today's Liberty Report to discuss the "interventionistas" who produce chaos everywhere in the name of "doing good." What does it mean to have "skin in the game"? Tune
President Trump's surprise move to make major changes in his Administration brings forth nominees for CIA director and Secretary of State that have been deeply involved and/or supportive of President Bush's torture program. Should they be confirmed..
Mises Institute President Jeff Deist joins today's Liberty Report to take a look at the future of the libertarian movement. Plus special bonus: What's happening at the State Department
The Defense Department has sent Senate Majority Leader McConnell a letter informing him that even if Congress passes legislation limiting US military action in Yemen, the Pentagon will ignore it. Will Congress finally wake up on Afghanistan and Yemen
Peace is the foundation of Life, Liberty & Property. Yesterday, the news broke that President Trump will meet with North Korea's Kim Jong-un. Never has a sitting American president met with a sitting leader of North Korea, making the event a histor
President Trump's planned 25 percent tariff on steel imports and 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports may provide a temporary boost for those industries, but the tariffs will do tremendous long-term damage to the American and global economies. Tar
After a successful North/South Korea meeting, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un surprised the world by suggesting that he might give up his nuclear program under certain conditions. Will the US play ball, or will the neocons once again block any chance
From Ukraine to Syria to Africa, the consistency in the Trump Administration's foreign policy is that it is consistently chaotic. One minute there is talk of peace, the next minute there are threats of war. Is there any benefit to such a seemingly in
This month marks the 15th anniversary of the US war on Iraq. The "shock and awe" attack was launched based on "stove-piped" intelligence fed from the CIA and Pentagon through an uncritical and compliant US mainstream media. The US media was a
At a press conference yesterday, President Trump dismissed the idea of due process before police confiscate private firearms. He even suggested that police ignore restrictions on such gun grabs. Will government use the latest "crisis" to grab more of
Ron Paul is traveling today. Please enjoy this speech that was delivered back in 2016 at a Mises Institute even held in Houston, TX.
What happened to the limited government movement?
From taking away private guns, to more government guns, to making public schools even more like prisons, the recent Florida school shooting has everyone offering solutions - and demanding government action. Will taking away more liberty make us safer
What's going on in East Ghouta? One of the last jihadist-held parts of Syria is being liberated, but you wouldn't know it from US and UN reporting. Why is the UN taking sides, issuing provocative statements blaming the Syrian government while ignorin
Another terrible school shooting took place in Parkland, Florida last week and unfortunately many politicians and pundits have used the tragedy - as they often do - to push their own agenda. Many will use the tragedy to argue that Americans shoul
Turkey, US, Kurds, and Israel are all carving out parts of Syria to control at the expense of the Syrian authorities. Have we gone back to Obama's 2013, where partition of Syria was to be achieved by force? And what will Iran and Russia do?
Why does the mainstream media ignore the possible role of psychotropic drugs in mass shootings?
Ron Paul shares his thoughts on the school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
This week President Trump delivered his 2019 military spending budget request. He vowed to rebuild the "depleted" military with a massive increase in spending. Will we be more economically secure with a trillion dollars dumped into military spending?
US neocons are up in arms that the North Koreans showed up to the Olympics in South Korea with smiles on their faces. Vice President Mike Pence spent his time frowning, concerned that Americans may relax their two minutes of hate directed at North Ko
Forcing Americans to submit their biometric information to a government database for the "privilege" of working in the US is no solution to the illegal immigration problem.
James Corbett (The Corbett Report) on a variety of news headlines - Ron Paul on the massive spending, debt, and deficit increases coming our way; Syria; N Korea - Vít Jedlicka on Liberland - James Bovard on the FISA Memo
It's hard to tell which is worse, Republicans and Democrats doing the opposite of what they "campaign on," or voters always falling for it. Democrats are usually anti-war when out of power, then drop bombs like Republicans when in power. Republ