Elan Journo and Danny Sjursen debated how to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, and while Sjursen rightly won, both were wrong on a few key points.
A sober discussion about vaccines, the importance of maintaining our medical freedom, and countering liberty-threatening government and media propaganda.
Yes, the Fed has increased interest rates; but, no, that doesn’t mean the Fed hasn’t caused another unsustainable housing bubble.
In this interview, I offer logical reasons why an individual might decide NOT to follow the CDC’s recommendation to get a flu vaccine every year.
Listen to me explain how the Federal Reserve system harms the economy by effecting a transfer of wealth upward, serving the interests of the political and financial elite at the expense of the rest of society.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claims that its recommendation that everyone aged six months and up should get an annual flu shot is firmly grounded in science. The medical literature tells us something else entirely.
Paul Krugman argues that Fed’s monetary inflation is the cause of economic growth and hasn’t caused significant price inflation. Here’s why he’s wrong.
I was interviewed by the Hampton Institute about Fed policy and the state of the economy, corporate stock buybacks, automation versus labor, and Brexit.
Congress members want Facebook and Twitter to censor information like that which exposes their propaganda about Russia “hacking” the election.
The New York Times is just getting over-the-top ridiculous with its ceaseless stream of evidence-less stories about Russian “hacking” of the US election.
John Pilger’s film ‘The Coming War on China’ should be viewed by anyone concerned about the world’s greatest threat to peace: the US government.
The New York Times reports as fact that Russia hacked the 2016 US presidential election despite failing to present any evidence to support this claim.
I discuss how the public is systematically misinformed about the safety and efficacy of vaccines with C.Jay Engel of Reformed Libertarian.
With the exception of CBS, every major media outlet in the United States shares at least one board member with at least one pharmaceutical company.
Investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson explains how astroturf, or fake grassroots movements funded by special interests manipulate media messages.
The documentary The Activists sets out to highlight lessons learned by the American anti-war movement but ends up lauding its single greatest failure.
The regulatory costs of reaching the IPCC’s goal of limiting global warming would be greater than the estimated cost of climate change damages.
An example of the kind of cognitive dissonance prevalent among priests of the state religion whose function is to manufacture consent for government policy.
Hunter Lewis on why Bernie Sanders’ prescriptions for the economy would only make crony capitalism worse. My review of ‘Where Bernie Went Wrong’.
Peter Dreier in the Huffington Post declares that “Jesus Was a Socialist”, but the very scriptures he cites to support that claim demonstrate the opposite.
Americans’ inability to see the two heads of the beast for what they are is exactly what led the country into a “choice” between Trump or Clinton.
The solutions being proposed for how to “fix” Obamacare are just more of the same kinds of interventions that have caused the problems in the first place.
Not only was it sold to the public on the basis of lies, but notwithstanding the US Supreme Court’s ruling to the contrary, Obamacare is unconstitutional.
The New York Times, rather than doing journalism, prefers to distract attention from Hillary Clinton’s crimes.
Obamacare was sold to the public with the promises of lower premiums and greater competition. It’s no accident that the opposite has occurred.
The New York Times pretends to care about evidence, but applies a completely different standard when it comes to US government claims.
The UN recognizes the harm caused by central banks’ inflationary monetary policy, but still advocates even more government intervention into the market.
The New York Times advocates increasing the minimum wage while refusing to see the evidence of the harm caused by outlawing jobs.
We’re supposed to be afraid of our cost of living going down? Having the purchasing power of our dollars robbed is supposed to be good for us?
Obamacare supporters naturally blame the market for less competition and rising insurance premiums, despite this being a predictable consequence of the law.