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Ron Paul Explains the Libertarian Option on Larry King’s Politicking

Host Larry King engages libertarian communicator Ron Paul in a wide-ranging discussion of current issues in a new episode of King’s Ora TV show Politicking. In the interview that starts with a discussion of foreign policy and moves on to domestic issues including healthcare, Paul presents libertarian proposals across the board. The 26-minute interview provides a good exploration of Paul’s ideas, with King asking thoughtful questions and then giving Paul plenty of time to discuss the details.
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Ron Paul: ‘Most Wars Are Fought on Inflated Money’

When Ron Paul first ran for the United States House of Representatives in 1974 a major purpose of his campaign was to educate people regarding monetary policy. To this day, monetary policy remains a focus of Paul’s educational efforts. In a new interview at the Ludwig von Mises Institute’s Mises Weekends, Paul and host Jeff Deist focus on monetary policy, including both Paul’s critiques of current US monetary policy and Paul’s recommendations for a better system centered on sound money.
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Ron Paul Explains How America Should Be a World Leader

The Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF) has made available video of Ron Paul’s speech at FFF’s June 3 conference. Paul, who is chairman of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, jokes early on the in the speech about the Bilderberg meeting being held at the same time at another northern Virginia hotel, before proceeding to deliver his speech concerning issues of the day.
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The CDC’s Vaping Spin

Jacob Sullum wrote Monday at Reason regarding the United States government’s spin on survey results regarding smoking and vaping by teenagers. Sullum relates that, while the results of the US government’s yearly National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) indicate that from 2011 to 2016 teenagers significantly substituted less-dangerous-to-health vaping for traditional cigarette smoking, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests in the June 16 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report that the substitution is of no health benefit.
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Rep. Walter Jones: Debate and End the Afghanistan War

Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC) and his legislation (HR 1666) to end the US government’s war in Afghanistan were the subject of a short and informative report on WNCT-TV in Greenville, North Carolina this week. “Here we are sworn by the Constitution to have the responsibility to debate to send our young men and women to die in war, and we don’t do it,” Jones states in the television report. Jones further notes that the costs of America’s longest war continue to increase despite the Congress failing to even debate the war since 2001, stating that, 16 years after the Afghanistan War began, “we’ve spent almost a trillion dollars, 2,000 Americans have been killed, 20,000 wounded.”
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