by Ron Paul In a disturbing indication of how difficult it would be to bring military spending in line with actual threats overseas, House Armed Services Chairman Rep. Mac Thornberry (R – TX) told President Obama last week that his …
The White House announced last week that it was shifting its approach on Syria. From now on it would target al-Qaeda in Syria instead of backing them to overthrow Assad.
The Federal Reserve has been counterfeiting dollars at a rapid pace. Amazingly, they want prices to rise faster (how nice of them). Well, they’re ultimately going to get what they want. Ron Paul tackles the great enabler of big government …
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg reminded President-elect Trump of America’s Article 5 obligations to defend other NATO members. Meanwhile the NATO military build-up on Russia’s borders accelerates. Will President Trump stand up to NATO demands?
While the presidential race captured our attention the most, several ballot initiatives across the country were important indicators of how the liberty movement is doing. We review the big and small contests on today’s program.
What will change and what won’t change after today’s vote? Foreign policy? Fed? Media? Congressional authority? Economy? We’ll offer our take on what to expect after the “most important election in history.”