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The Tom Woods Show: Episode 626 – The Perverse Consequences of Drones and High Level Targeting

‘Andrew Cockburn joins me to discuss the drone strategy being deployed in the War on Terror, as well as the High Level Target strategy that motivates it. Do either of them make sense?‘ Additional information can be found at the … Continue reading

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Scott Horton Interviews Daniel McAdams

‘Daniel McAdams, Executive Director of The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, discusses the terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium; the many European Muslims returning home from fighting in Syria; and the clueless ineptitude of US foreign policy.‘ The interview … Continue reading

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What War Does: A Speech by Tom Woods

Tom Woods gave an outstanding antiwar speech four years ago. This is probably the best of Woods’ many talks and one of the finest antiwar speeches I have heard. Despite being four years old, it is timeless. What War Does.

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Scott Horton and Eric Margolis on Increasing US Intervention in Africa

An interesting but sad discussion of the expansion of never ending wars into Africa was the subject of Scott Horton’s interview of Eric Margolis. The podcast can be found here.

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War, What Is It Good For? Absolutely Nothing by Tom Engelhardt

‘It may be hard to believe now, but in 1970 the protest song “War,” sung by Edwin Starr, hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. That was at the height of the Vietnam antiwar movement and the song, … Continue reading

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From The Ron Paul Institute: Breaking The Neocon Stranglehold On Washington

“Breaking The Neocon Stranglehold On Washington“: ‘No matter who occupies the US presidency, it seems the neoconservatives always occupy positions of foreign policy power. A neocon like Robert Kagan, for example, is perfectly comfortable going from a senior position in … Continue reading

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Libya: We’re About To Return to the Crime Scene by Justin Raimondo

‘Having destroyed the country in their 2011 intervention – when the US and its allies bombed the place to smithereens, funded Islamist militias, and had Ghadafi hideously murdered – the regime-changers are returning to the scene of their crime on … Continue reading

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