Ron Paul Gives Donald Trump’s Presidency a ‘C-Minus’ Grade

During a new Fox News interview, Watters’ World host Jesse Watters asked former United States House of Representatives member and presidential candidate Ron Paul to give President Donald Trump a grade based on Paul’s evaluation of Trump’s actions as president concerning three major policy areas. In regard to those policy areas — immigration, economic, and foreign policy, Paul said Trump has earned “C-minuses” across the board.

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Ron Paul Sees ‘Politics as Usual’ Continuing Despite Partisan ‘Vitriol’ Among DC Politicians

With recent presidential impeachment proceedings as well as the insults flying between Republicans and Democrats in Washington, DC, many people may jump to the conclusion that the politicians of the opposing parties cannot work together on major policy matters and gridlock is at hand. Not at all, says former United States House of Representatives member and presidential candidate Ron Paul in a new, wide-ranging interview with host Larry King at the RT show Politicking.

While the partisan “vitriol” is easily observed, Paul explains that below the surface politicians of both parties are working to keep government abuses of power moving forward, with advancing a bipartisan foreign policy centered on intervention, including via military actions, a key component. It is “politics as usual,” concludes Paul.

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Many People in NATO Countries Say ‘No’ to Supporting a NATO Ally in a Military Conflict with Russia

NATO is marketed as providing each member nation with the benefit that the other member nations are committed to coming to its aid militarily in the event of an attack by another nation, especially Russia. However, Pew Research Center poll results released Sunday indicate that the majority or plurality of people in 11 of 16 NATO countries where individuals were questioned oppose their respective governments meeting this commitment, at least if the military adversary were Russia.

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How You Unlock Your Phone May Determine if Police Can Access It Without Your Consent

You may find it more convenient to unlock your phone by pressing your fingerprint on or staring at the phone screen instead of typing out a password. But, some courts have determined that having your phone set to be unlocked via your biometric information will also make it much more convenient for police and prosecutors seeking to gain access to all the private information in your phone.

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‘Racist’ Joe Biden

Democratic primary presidential candidate Joe Biden, in the 1990s when he was a member of the United States Senate, said racist stuff in two speeches. That is an insinuation of a Monday The Intercept article by Aída Chávez. The basis for this insinuation? Biden in the speeches, Chávez reports, called people who commit violent crimes “predators.”

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Ominous REAL ID Moves Forward

In a new interview with host Scott Horton at the Scott Horton Show, politics writer James Bovard describes some of the latest ominous developments in the rollout of United States government-prescribed identification requirements arising from the 2005 REAL ID Act.

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Ron Paul Gives Jimmy Dore a Libertarian Tutorial

Want a brief presentation on some key libertarian ideas regarding matters including United States tariffs on China, the status of the US dollar as the reserve currency of the world, pollution, and laws concerning labor unions? You can find it in the new interview of libertarian communicator Ron Paul by guest host Jimmy Dore at RT’s The World According to Jesse.

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