Trump’s choice for Secretary of State, former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson, is expected to be grilled in tomorrow’s Senate confirmation hearing. Will his lack of government experience or his business dealings with Russia trip him up?
Tomorrow the Senate will take up Donald Trump’s nominee for Attorney General, Sen. Jeff Sessions. Should libertarians cheer or be worried about an AG Sessions? »crosslinked«
Rather than “Drain The Swamp,” Congress is set to vote on a budget that will “Drain our Wallets”. Ron Paul discusses the nefarious process of coming up with the federal budget, along with the Fed’s role in its constant expansion. …
Rumors are buzzing that President-elect Trump plans a big overhaul of the CIA and the intelligence community in general. Will he? Can he? And what might it look like when he’s done?
President-elect Trump has already gotten tough with three US manufacturing giants, warning that there will be financial penalties for building plants abroad. Will strong-arming these companies succeed in bringing jobs back home?
So the Washington Post is going to lead the fight against fake news? Isn’t that like putting the fox in the henhouse? Time and time again of late the WaPo is caught colluding with the US government to create fake …
What to expect in the New Year? Ron Paul has some ideas. Tune in to our year-end Liberty Report! And Happy New Year!!!
A year-end edition of “Ask Ron Paul,” where we turn to our viewers to pose the questions. We had a good crop of questions this time around!
Legendary Pentagon analyst and whistleblower Chuck Spinney joins today’s Liberty Report to explain the budget nightmares a President Trump will face at the Pentagon. Why do these weapons systems cost so much and perform so badly? Chuck knows…and tells.
The Electoral College system has been in the news in this very unusual election season. In a season of shocks, one of the biggest ones was an electoral college vote for Ron Paul, cast by Texas elector Bill Greene. Why …