You don’t have to drink raw milk or buy your meat directly from the farmer to agree that others should have this right. After all, the right to choose what we put in our bodies is fundamental, even if the government feels it has the
What’s the latest on Trump’s arms deal with Saudi Arabia? Senator Rand Paul visits Texas to be a live guest on today’s Liberty Report! We get an update on Rand’s bill to block the arms sale, as well as a thorough look of the U.S.
President Trump will visit Saudi Arabia and Israel later this month. His meetings in Saudi Arabia will include a presentation on “religious extremism.” After pledging to keep the US out of other countries’ affairs, it seems President Trump is digging us deeper into the Middle
Entangling Alliances … “Red Lines” … “Fighting them there instead of here” … The military-industrial-complex has come up with every excuse in the book to keep their perpetual wars going. Ron Paul talks about the Empire’s playbook, today on Myth-Busters!
Early today, Russia, Iran, and Turkey signed an agreement to establish “de-escalation” zones at four locations in Syria. The plan is supposed to separate the “moderate” rebels from the extremists and allow citizens to receive humanitarian aid. What will the US do?
Another edition of the popular “Ask Ron Paul” episodes, where Ron Paul answers question from our viewers…
Alex Jones’ exclusive interview with Dr. Ron Paul. – May 3rd, 2017
Congress has reached agreement on a stop-gap spending bill through September. Why did they all agree? There is lots of money for everyone! What’s in the bill? Let’s see…
Wikileaks Founder and Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange joins the Liberty Report to discuss the latest push by the Trump Administration to bring charges against him and his organization for publishing US Government documents. How will they get around the First Amendment and the Espionage Act? The
Stand-up comic and libertarian activist Dave Smith joins the Liberty Report in-studio to explain how he uses humor to get the freedom message across. The message of liberty transcends political party affiliations, he points out, when wrapped in humor during his performances.
Turkish forces attacked US-backed Kurdish forces fighting in Syria and Iraq this week. Dozens of fighters — who are fighting against ISIS — were killed. Turkey is our NATO ally. Does the US have a coherent strategy — or even any idea what it’s doing
The White House slapped wide-ranging sanctions on 271 Syrian scientists yesterday for what it claimed was their work on chemical weapons related to the April 4th attack. Proof? None. US certified 100 percent of Syria’s chemical stockpile was destroyed in 2014. Yet the Administration is
This Friday the government faces a shutdown if a budget deal is not reached. Is there a big crisis up ahead…or is this all just political theater?
At a time when politicians are fabricating “rights” into existence on a regular basis, Ron Paul addresses the fictional “right” to never be offended. Don’t miss today’s Myth-Busters!
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson openly threatened Iran yesterday, accusing the country of sending troops to fight in Syria and of destabilizing the region. He vowed that the US would solve the Iran problem and not leave it to the next US Administration. Another war?
Some 300 US Marines are headed to Afghanistan, as the Taliban continue to gain and ISIS persists. The US Commander for Afghanistan wants several thousand more. The 2009-2010 “surge” was supposed to produce a victory in the 16 year war. It did not. Will doing
Former CIA Officer John Kiriakou joins the Liberty Report to discuss his upcoming book, as well as his whistleblowing on CIA torture and the consequences. Kiriakou was the only person to go to prison for the CIA torture program — and he was the whistleblower
As President Trump reportedly considers “kinetic military action” against North Korea, we must look at how we got to this point. What are we doing in the region? Is a US first-strike the solution to North Korea’s nuclear ambitions?
From “what’s so bad about getting along with Russia” to “Russia helped Syria gas civilians” and back, this Administration’s Russia policy is all over the place. How can we explain such inconsistencies?