Paul Krugman has a very good reason why he doesn’t want you to listen to anything Ron Paul has to say about Fed policy and the economy.
I was on the Tom Woods radio show this week to discuss my book Ron Paul vs. Paul Krugman: Austrian vs. Keynesian Economics in the Financial Crisis.
US media reports on the first confirmed measles death since 2003 treat the subject of vaccines as though there was no discussion to be had. There is.
The Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) interviewed me this week about the negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program.
Paul Krugman can’t see how to achieve long-term economic growth because he is a high priest of the state religion with unwavering faith in central planning.
The media always focuses on the ostensible need for stricter gun regulations while completely overlooking the psychotropic drug connection in mass shootings.
Isabel Kershner in the New York Times sympathizes with Israelis suffering water shortages without once mentioning how Israel denies water to Palestinians.
An NPR article debunks the claim that the Hib vaccine prevents leukemia, but misses the key point that early natural infection does seem to do so.
The consistently prejudiced nature of the New York Times’s reporting on the legal status of East Jerusalem is absolutely disgraceful.
The media is reporting as fact that the Hib vaccine protects against leukemia, but what is the actual evidence for this?
Agence France-Presse whitewashes the US’s role in supporting the coup that led to Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi’s overthrow and recent death sentencing.
David Brooks was among the liars claiming Iraq had WMDs, despite the complete lack of any credible supporting evidence. There was no intelligence failure.