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After ‘Brexit,’ Can We Exit a Few Things Too?

Ron Paul Jun 27, 2016

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Last week’s UK vote to leave the EU may have come as a shock to many, but the sentiment that led British voters to reject rule from Brussels is nothing unique. In fact it is growing sentiment worldwide. Frustration with politics as usual, with political parties that really do not differ in philosophy, with an economy that serves the one percent at the expense of the rest of society is a growing phenomenon throughout Europe and in the United States as well. The Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump phenomena are but one example of a frustrated public sensing something is very wrong with society and looking for a way out.
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Stop Giving Chickens Away, Bill Gates

Peter Van Buren Jul 1, 2016

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Bill Gates’ philanthropic efforts are usually greeted with near-universal praise from people who believe he is a great humanitarian, but Bill Gates knows very little about sustainable, intelligent development.

 Bolivia to Bill Gates: Go to Hell and Take Your Chickens with You

The billionaire recently sought to donate 100,000 chickensto impoverished countries. The leftist government of Bolivia, one of the nations to receive the poultry, refused the donation, describing Gates’ gift as “offensive.”

“He does not know Bolivia’s reality to think we are living 500 years ago, in the middle of the jungle not knowing how to produce,” said Bolivia’s minister of land and rural development. “Respectfully, he should stop talking about Bolivia, and once he knows more, apologize to us.”

Coop Dreams

Gates announced the chicken initiative — dubbed [Honestly, I am not making this up] “Coop Dreams” — earlier this month.
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Obama’s ‘New Beginning’ was the Beginning of the End

Martin Berger Jun 30, 2016

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It’s been seven years since Obama delivered his famous speech at Cairo University in June 2009, which at the time was quite ironically heralded as the “new beginning” since it was believed that it would open a new page in the US relations with the Middle Eastern and North Africa.

Back then, this speech was perceived as an actual program that Obama would be following, therefore many Muslim states embraced Obama’s vision as a game changer. According to this “new beginning” speech, Obama was going to depart from the Bush-era marked by aggressive policies, known by the armed aggression against Afghanistan and the invasion of Iraq. The US president was also particularly vocal in declaring his support of mutual values most African and Islamic states share.

It must be understood that this speech has been instrumental in the Nobel Peace Prize that Obama was honored by the Nobel Committee with in its eagerness to show its unconditional support for Washington.

However, seven years later, even American experts only dare to mention this speech, proving the US has failed to fulfill any of Obama’s promises. It’s now a recognized fact that Washington’s “vision” of US relations with Middle East has been completely detached from reality, since the White House remains still a ruthless aggressor.
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RPI Conference Announcement: Paul and Rockwell Together Again in DC!

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Here's one great reason to visit the US capital this September: Ron Paul and Lew Rockwell will be back together again in Washington, D.C., speaking at the RPI "Peace and Prosperity 2016" conference! Lew Rockwell, the founder and CEO of the Mises Institute and editor of LewRockwell.com, was also Ron Paul's first Congressional chief of staff (1978-1982). Tickets to our "Peace and Prosperity 2016" conference are selling briskly so be sure to get yours right away! For a limited time we are offering a super early bird rate of just $55 for a full day of peace and prosperity speakers along with lunch and refreshments! Click here to get your tickets now!

Ask Ron Paul - Cuba, Bureaucracy, Benghazi, And More

Jun 30 - In today's Liberty Report, Ron Paul takes on viewer questions asked via Twitter. Should we continue with the current Cuba policy? How much of the federal bureaucracy should be eliminated? What really happened in Benghazi? Tune in for Ron Paul's replies:

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What the Istanbul Attack Reveals
Imagine my surprise. The government solution to prevent attacks at airports has done nothing but moved the point at airports where crowds gather---that is, it just movies the location of the optimum soft target for terrorists.
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Judge Andrew Napolitano: Nobody Can Accept Attorney General Lynch is Neutral in Clinton Case
Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst and former New Jersey state Judge Andrew Napolitano, speaking Thursday with Fox Business host Stuart Varney, reacted strongly to United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch having met privately with Bill Clinton this week.
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Ron Paul Predicts Voters Will Be Drawn to Trump and Clinton, Not Libertarian Candidate
As a guest Tuesday on the CNBC show Futures Now, Ron Paul predicted that American voters, “as we get closer to the election,” will be motivated by “who they hate the most” to make a choice between the Republican and Democratic presidential nominees instead of choosing the Libertarian Party alternative. Paul, who notes that he has been through this process himself as the 1988 Libertarian nominee, also says that this year’s Libertarian presidential ticket is presenting itself with “mostly Republican viewpoints” instead a message that would really appeal to people contemplating voting third party.
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Another US Proxy Force Defeated By ISIS - Incompetent Training or Intent?
The US military has again failed in one of the training programs it runs in support of fighting the Islamic State. Earlier training missions had failed to create competent and willing forces. Supplies for US supported forces ended on the black markets or directly in the hands of the Islamic State. Is all this really incapability or is there some intent behind this?
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President Of The European Parliament: 'It Is Not The EU Philosophy That The Crowd Can Decide Its Fate'
If anyone needs another confirmation that the European Union is fundamentally the most anti-democratic entity currently in existence, then the following statement by European Parliament Martin Schultz should put all confusion to rest. Schulz: "The British have violated the rules. It is not the EU philosophy that the crowd can decide its fate".
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