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The London High Court has ruled today the Julian Assange may appeal his extradition to the US to face espionage charges based on the question of whether he would be granted First Amendment rights regardless of nationality. Is the US case beginning to crack? Also today, former CDC head admits vaccine injuries, says his colleagues must face reality. …
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One of the greatest ironies in America, of all places, is that politicians have the citizens cheering on the raising of taxes on themselves. How so? Well, whenever the government spends money it doesn’t have, that the Federal Reserve counterfeits into existence, that’s a tax. It’s called inflation! The tax is paid by higher prices for the things we…
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In between playing guitar in a nightclub and eating pizza in a Nazi-themed restaurant in Kiev, Secretary of State Antony Blinken took the time to justify Ukraine's cancellation of elections and the inevitable loss of democratic legitimacy of the Ukrainian government. This "war for democracy" thus is revealed as just a proxy war on Russia. Also toda…
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Secretary of State Antony Blinken dragged C-Span cameras along to a pub in Kiev where he jumped onstage to play Neil Young's "Rockin' in the Free World" with the house band, seemingly oblivious to the rapid advance of Russian forces in the north. Meanwhile, Blinken green-lights Ukraine to strike deep within Russia despite Russian warnings of retali…
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Was a massive $300,000 AIPAC ad purchase against Republican Rep. Thomas Massie in Kentucky green-lighted by Republican Speaker of the House Mike Johnson? Is the Republican Party at war with itself and willing to slur its own members on spurious charges of bigotry? Also today, US Army Major, of Jewish background, resigns over Biden's Gaza policy. Fi…
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Looking a little worse for wear, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) took to the Sunday talk show circuit to demand that Israel follow the US lead in Hiroshima and Nagasaki and drop a nuclear weapon on Gaza...where some two million civilians still cling to life. Also today: House Republicans actually threw a party to celebrate extending warrantless governme…
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"Congress shall make no law...abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." That is the law that Congress must follow. Every member of government "swears" that they will obey that law. Why is there a bill in Congress designed to send a…
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As the Israeli military moves into Rafah, the former "safe haven" for displaced Palestinians from elsewhere in Gaza, against the expressed wishes of the Biden Administration, a new poll shows how much Biden's Israel policy is hurting him with voters. Does he have any moves? Also today: WHO "pandemic treaty" rears its ugly head. Can these authoritar…
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A group of Republican rebels, led by Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Greene, have laid down their list of demands to cease and desist from their efforts to unseat Speaker Johnson from his chair. Are they reasonable? Also today: Trump trials all falling apart. Finally: US contractors guarding Gaza's southern border? Good idea?…
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Shocking news over the weekend that the "Justice" department had "altered or manipulated" key evidence in former President Trump's classified documents trial casts a shadow on the case against him. Was it incompetence...or something more? Also: As Israel prepares to invade Rafah, will Biden finally stand up for civilians in Gaza? A report in the Is…
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Opinions are not crimes. They are thoughts. Once government attempts to turn opinions into crimes, it opens the door for any thought that they don’t like to become a crime. The best way to counter distasteful opinions is with free speech, so that the truth can shine a light on them. Opinions can change. Opinions are always changing. But allow the i…
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Libertarian professor and intellectual - and presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party - Michael Rectenwald joins today's Liberty Report to discuss the mood of the country from his vantage point on the campaign trail. What are the main obstacles on the path to liberty and how might they be overcome?…
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In a fascinating exchange US Rep. Matt Gaetz probed US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin about the role of the estimated 1,000 US troops involved in building a floating pier to deliver aid to Gaza. Austin insisted that they were not "boots on the ground" although he admitted they would be armed and would respond to incoming fire. Injecting US troops i…
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Not only did the massive $100 billion foreign aid bill passed by Speaker Johnson earlier this month contain not a penny to protect US borders, it turns out the bill contained a $3.5 billion "slush fund" to actually help facilitate MORE migration into the US. Will conservatives finally turn on him? Also today...Russia claims to have shot down six AT…
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In yet another example of the Democrats and their uniparty partners the Republicans seeking to narrow the foreign policy authority, Congress is reportedly seeking to create a ten year funding agreement with Ukraine that the next three future presidents will find nearly impossible to break. So much for voting. Also today, the Biden Crime Family stri…
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Freedom of Speech was included as the First Amendment for a reason. It's that important! Without the ability to speak freely and protest against the government, liberty is lost. Unfortunately, as with so many things when government power expands too far, freedom of speech becomes politicized. "Free speech for me, but not for thee." Both Left & Righ…
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu released a video yesterday attacking the student protests in the US against Israel's actions in Gaza and demanding that US authorities crack down on those exercising free speech. House Speaker Mike Johnson echoed Netanyahu's condemnation of the protesters and called for the National Guard to be sent in. Has…
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In a bizarre rant after Senate passage of the huge $95 billion foreign aid bill, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell blamed journalist Tucker Carlson for Republican opposition to the overseas giveaway. The top Senate Republican implied that Carlson's reporting on rampant corruption in Ukraine makes him a "Russian asset" rather than a journalist.…
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NATO's purpose - if it ever had one - is now long since passed. The Cold War has ended and the over-blown scare of global communism has receded. So what is NATO's purpose in our era? Is it time for a radical restructuring? Also today - the Ukraine aid bill will likely be signed into law today and the military-industrial bonanza will be on. But will…
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According to a new article by Seymour Hersh, CIA Director William Burns traveled to Kiev earlier this year to ask Zelensky to stop skimming so much off the top of US aid money. Apparently his top generals were angry that he was skimming more than they were! Meanwhile Congress voted to send $60 billion MORE to the corrupt regime. With the money appr…
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The government and the Fed are a tag-team of power that have pummeled America. The former spends trillions (that it doesn’t have) pretending to rule the world. The latter counterfeits those trillions into existence, destroying our economy and driving prices into the stratosphere. There can be no economic freedom living under this morally corrupt co…
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House Speaker Mike Johnson said this week he considers himself a "war time" Speaker - even though we are not at war. But he seems to be at war with the American people, bringing up a bill to send a hundred billion dollars overseas while America struggles. Also today: will the Senate stop the super-spy bill?…
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Buried deep in the FISA Section 702 re-authorization bill is absolutely shocking language exponentially broadening the US government's ability to spy on Americans without a warrant. Turning your plumber into a federal spy agent against you? It's in there! Your gardener? Yep. Truly shocking! Also today: The US Government has submitted its "assurance…
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The revolt against House Speaker Mike Johnson is picking up steam, as Johnson revealed plans to take several MASSIVE foreign spending bills to the floor this week. Tying foreign aid to protecting the borders at home - once a staple in Johnson's rhetoric - has been tossed aside. Rep. Thomas Massie announced he would co-sponsor a bill to vacate the C…
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After an unprecedented Iranian response to Israel's attack on its embassy in Syria, pressure is building for Israel to retaliate against the retaliation. Biden officials are panicking at the thought of a wider Mideast war in election season. What happens next? Also today, a US General admits the truth about Russia's war in Ukraine; after two years …
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Senator Paul put out a scorcher of an article in response to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's accusation that Rand was an "isolationist." We'll unpack the sizzler in today's show. Also today - Democrats are calling on Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor to step down so Biden can name a "younger" replacement in case he loses his re-electio…
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At least a half million Democrat voters have cast their votes for “uncommitted” rather than for Joe Biden, as opposition to his "blank check" policy for Israel continues to grow. Biden strategists are getting nervous. Also today: Gaza slaughter is bringing in big bucks for the Israeli arms industry. Finally: the House FISA battle heats up.…
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After last week's Israel attack on western aid workers, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has signed a Democrat Party letter to President Biden demanding a pause in arms shipments to Israel until an investigation can be completed on the attack. Democrats are increasingly feeling the pressure of their party's overwhelming opposition to Biden's Israe…
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The minimum wage outlaws jobs. The only question is which jobs are outlawed. In California, any job that can be done for less than $20 are illegal in fast food chains. Naturally, prices for consumers will go up, workers are laid off (thanks to a law!) while automation, kiosks and robotics replace them. Smaller businesses go out of business, or are …
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For decades, writer Jim Bovard has been a critical observer of the passing scene. His documentation of the loss of our liberties will continue to be a valuable tool for future generations. Bovard joins us today to discuss his new book, "Last Rights: The Death of American Liberty."Av Ron Paul Liberty Report
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Pentagon and NATO officials are reportedly considering moving under NATO control a multi-national group that coordinates military aid to Ukraine. Control is currently in US hands, but the deep state fears a re-elected President Trump may attempt to stop their endless war machine. Also today: Biden's crocodile tears over Israel's slaughter of aid wo…
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Israel "scored" a triple yesterday, bombing aid workers in Gaza, a hospital in Gaza, and the Iranian embassy compound in Syria. Meanwhile the Biden Administration is reportedly preparing another massive weapons "sale" to Israel. Also today: Sen. Mitch McConnell warns of a rise in "isolationism" in the Republican Party.…
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President Biden has declared Easter Sunday to be the "Transgender Day of Visibility" and his administration has released "border migrant rioters" while Jan. 6th political prisoners remain in the gulag. Also today: A US Representative calls for more terrorism against citizens of Gaza and finally...Speaker Johnson wants to give Ukraine a...loan?…
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Last week, we asked ‘What kind of country allows itself to be invaded?’ This week, we ask ‘What kind of country bankrupts itself?’ Why are we even forced to asked these questions? The role of government in the United States needs to be seriously reconsidered. Attempting to rule the world needs to be abandoned before it’s too late.…
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According to a new YouGov poll, the majority of Americans of military age would refuse to fight if a major global conflagration broke out including the United States. What does this say about our foreign policy and US future? Also today: Rep. Massie exposes cattle-tagging tyranny. Finally: Texas Governor declares war...on the First Amendment!…
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A new Gallup Poll released today shows a dramatic decline in US support for Israel's actions in Gaza, with the majority of Americans opposing Israel. Among Democrats, the opposition is even higher, promising more headaches for Biden. Also today: Media meltdown on Ronna's (now-cancelled) MSNBC contract. Finally: UK General admits obvious: 'we can't …
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A UK High Court delivered a mixed bag to Julian Assange and his family earlier today, holding off on ruling for the deportation subject to US "reassurances." But the court rejected key elements of Assange's appeal. We'll break it down today. Also in the program: FDA surrenders in its propaganda war against Ivermectin. Finally: Trump's surprising st…
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What kind of country allows itself to be invaded? A vast majority of what the federal government does, it should not be doing. It’s almost all unconstitutional. But they ignore the constitution and do it anyway. The federal government does have a job that it actually does have to do - protect the border - and it fails miserably at it. Our entire na…
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The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that a deal was being discussed between Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's legal team and the US Department of Justice that might result in a plea to lesser charges. Good idea? Also today: New York is nuts - squatters have more rights than homeowners! Finally: Say it ain't so, Trump - new speculation about…
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The Republican-led House Foreign Affairs Committee yesterday held another hearing yesterday on the disastrous US withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021. Of all the finger-pointing and blame-sharing, one thing is never asked: why was the US in Afghanistan in the first place? Why is it so easy to get into wars but nearly impossible to get out? Also toda…
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