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The decolonization movement seeks to destroy both economics and science, all in the name of social justice. In the end, however, what they get is not justice and certainly not order, but rather chaos, and deadly chaos at that.

As AI continues to develop, the prophets of doom claim that it will “take over” and create a dystopian society. Far from being an “existential threat,” AI is a tool that can be used for good or ill.

Mark Thornton joins Ryan McMaken and Tho Bishop on Radio Rothbard to discuss the current state of the economy and what to expect as we near the election.

Saudi Arabia considers de-dollarization as closer relations with Russia, Iran, and China create new incentives to break with old alliances and deals with Washington.

The Ron Paul Scholars Seminar is a one-day, interactive foreign policy and civil liberties “boot camp,” with lectures from some of the most thoughtful pro-liberty/pro-peace experts.

Thanks to the war uniparty that controls Washington, Americans are mired in endless wars and military and political intervention. As Washington creates legions of new enemies, the future for average Americans grows uncertain.

In his 2006 book The Wages of Destruction, Columbia University historian Adam Tooze explains Hitler’s policy of seeking lebensraum (living room). However, Ludwig von Mises (whom Tooze ignores) already explained that policy in his 1944 Omnipotent Government.

In his 2006 book The Wages of Destruction, Columbia University historian Adam Tooze explains Hitler’s policy of seeking lebensraum (living room). However, Ludwig von Mises (whom Tooze ignores) already explained that policy in his 1944 Omnipotent Government.

Jonathan Newman joins Bob to respond to Robert Reich's new series on "economic myths."

Various indexes are used to determine the ease of doing business in countries around the world. Not surprisingly, the nations that allow for protection of private property and have economic freedom also are the most prosperous.

Various indexes are used to determine the ease of doing business in countries around the world. Not surprisingly, the nations that allow for protection of private property and have economic freedom also are the most prosperous.

Various indexes are used to determine the ease of doing business in countries around the world. Not surprisingly, the nations that allow for protection of private property and have economic freedom also are the most prosperous.

Mark Thornton joins Ryan and Tho to discuss the current state of the economy and what to expect as we near the election.