What We Have Learned From Afghanistan

by Ron Paul June 23, 2013 Last week the Taliban opened an office in Doha, Qatar with the US government’s blessing. They raised the Taliban flag at the opening ceremony and referred to Afghanistan as the “Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan”—the name they used when they were in charge before the US attack in 2001. The […]

The Original Foreign Policy

by Ron Paul December 19, 2006 Last week I wrote about the critical need for Congress to reassert its authority over foreign policy, and for the American people to recognize that the Constitution makes no distinction between domestic and foreign matters. Policy is policy, and it must be made by the legislature and not the executive. But […]

A Biography of Ron Paul

A leading free-market politician and political leader of the free-market movement in the United States, Congressman Ron Paul (R-Tex) is also a medical doctor and a leading exponent of Austrian free-market economics. While Dr. Ron Paul came to politics somewhat later in life, Ron has had an enormous impact on American sociopolitical culture in the past […]

A Biography of Murray Rothbard

Dr. Murray N. Rothbard was an economist, historian, political theorist and from time to time a political activist. Dr. Rothbard spent most of his lifetime within a subway ride from his boyhood home in the Bronx, but as an intellectual traveler he seldom rested for long. In all matters Rothbard went where logic led, sometimes […]

A Biography of Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

Llewellyn (Lew) H. Rockwell, Jr. is one of America’s leading libertarian political commentators, writers, activists and proponents of the Austrian School of Economics, which is today the major opponent to the failing Keynesian big government policies followed by the US government today. In December 1981, Ludwig von Mises’s widow, Margit, gave her approval to Lew Rockwell to found […]

Mises and Austrian Economics : A Personal View

Introduction [U]nder the predominance of interventionist ideas, a political career is open only to men who identify themselves with the interests of a pressure group. . . . Service to the short-run interests of a pressure group is not conducive to the development of those qualities which make a great statesman. Statesmanship is invariably long-run policy; pressure groups do not […]

Freedom Under Siege

Foreword Every American who cares about liberty owes a debt to Ron Paul. From his first run for Congress in 1974 through his gallant try for the Senate in 1984 to his present campaign as Presidential candidate of the Libertarian Party, Ron Paul has been an outstanding leader for freedom. I had the privilege of working as Dr. […]