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Section: Ron Paul Institute (USA)

    The Destructiveness of America’s Alliances
    Jul12

    The Destructiveness of America’s Alliances

    Alliances between nations are military. Without being military, they would be nothing at all. Trade agreements don’t require alliances. World War I wouldn’t have occurred if there had not been alliances — it was built upon alliances. It was not built on trade agreements. It wasn’t even built on trading-blocs. In fact, as the WTO...

    Who Is the Real Enemy?
    Jul11

    Who Is the Real Enemy?

    It is one of the great ironies that the United States, a land mass protected by two broad oceans while also benefitting from the world’s largest economy and most powerful military, persists in viewing itself as a potential victim, vulnerable and surrounded by enemies. In reality, there are only two significant potential threats to the U.S....

    Russophobia Hits the Libertarian Movement
    Jul10

    Russophobia Hits the Libertarian Movement

    Fear and loathing of Russia is all the rage in Washington, D.C., as both liberal Democrats and neoconservative Republicans unite in a campaign to demonize the Kremlin as “the premier and most important threat, more so than ISIS,” as Sen. John McCain recently put it. While Hillary Clinton and her dead-ender supporters conjure a Vast Russian...

    Trump Meets Putin – Who Has the Upper Hand?
    Jul06

    Trump Meets Putin – Who Has the Upper Hand?

    Today, just one day before his long-anticipated meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin, President Trump has given a fiery speech in Poland denouncing Russian “meddling” in Ukraine and Russian support for the Syrian government. He also affirmed that the US would “stand firmly behind” NATO’s Article 5 on mutual...

    ‘Russiagate’: The Stink Without a Secret
    Jul06

    ‘Russiagate’: The Stink Without a Secret

    After six solid months of co-ordinated allegation from the mainstream media allied to the leadership of state security institutions, not one single scrap of solid evidence for Trump/Russia election hacking has emerged.I do not support Donald Trump. I do support truth. There is much about Trump that I dislike intensely. Neither do I support the...

    Derangement And Danger On The Potomac
    Jun16

    Derangement And Danger On The Potomac

    The horrific shooting spree on the practice field of the GOP’s congressional baseball team happened early yesterday morning, but it was hardly the end of Wednesday’s madness on the Potomac. As it happened, the former was apparently another random eruption by of one of America’s sicko lone wolves — a wretch in the same...

    New Russia Sanctions: The Deep State Unifies Congress
    Jun15

    New Russia Sanctions: The Deep State Unifies Congress

    When it comes to bad foreign policy, the House and Senate are completely bipartisan. Yesterday’s 97-2 Senate vote for more Russia sanctions was a perfect case in point. What justifies yet more sanctions on Russia? Violating the territorial integrity of Ukraine, meddling in the US election, and conducting war in Syria. But if this is the...

    Liars Lying About Nearly Everything
    Jun13

    Liars Lying About Nearly Everything

    The United States has been using lies to go to war since 1846, when Americans who believed in manifest destiny sought to expand to the Pacific Ocean at the expense of Mexico, acquiring by force of arms California and what were to become the southwestern states. In 1898 the US picked up the pieces of a dying Spanish Empire in a war that was driven...

    What Did John Brennan and Anonymous Sources Really Say?
    May30

    What Did John Brennan and Anonymous Sources Really Say?

    The Washington Post and a number of other mainstream media outlets are sensing blood in the water in the wake of former CIA Director John Brennan’s public testimony before the House Intelligence Committee. The Post headlined a front page featured article with Brennan’s explosive testimony just made it harder for the GOP to protect...

    Slovakia: NATO Exit Idea Gains Momentum
    May24

    Slovakia: NATO Exit Idea Gains Momentum

    Montenegro is to be officially admitted into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization on June 5. The Montenegrin parliament has approved becoming NATO 29th member country amid a certain degree of popular rejection shared by most of the political opposition, who demanded a public referendum in order to ratify its membership of the military...

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