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To deal with leftists, imagine you’re confronting Satan: Many conservatives simply don't know how to deal with leftists -- particularly this new combative and occasionally violent breed -- so Selwyn Duke has some tips for them

The Internet -- assessing its main social, political, and cultural impacts in America (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at “displacement syndromes” and “escapisms” today

Instruction manual for the masses: Kurt Schlichter's Militant Normals: How Regular Americans Are Rebelling Against the Elite to Reclaim Our Democracy is a hammer blow against American elites who have seriously over-reached in society, says Daniel M. Ryan

The Holocaust: Michael Moriarty will be spending the better part of the fall in Europe to participate in the making of a documentary about the ground-breaking miniseries Holocaust which he co-starred in and has some opinions to share

Toxic femininity and the #MeToo mob: Weaponizing emotional distress: The manifestation of anger and hatred that defines toxic femininity is increasingly on shameful public display, writes Mark Alexander

Illegal aliens regularly granted lawless benefits: Michael R Shannon argues that Congress, or President Donald Trump via executive order, needs to end the ability of illegal immigrants, crossing the border and giving birth to babies that automatically become US citizens

Key FBI witness now says former Rep. Steve Stockman is innocent: Former Republican Congressman Steve Stockman is currently in prison awaiting sentencing on mail fraud and money laundering charges and Rachel Alexander says one of the key witnesses against him just changed his story in a big way

Food for Peace: Noble efforts, disastrous results: Americans feel good that programs like Food for Peace hand out thousands of tons of food to poor nations but Luke Kim says that generosity has some unintended, and negative, consequences

Finally: Something about government medical care we can defend: It's not often that Richard E. Ralston can offer praise to government when it comes to health care but he says some recent initiatives are actually allowing freer choice and freedom in medicine

More misplaced environmentalist outrage: Greg Walcher says Greens are angry that the Department of the Interior modified a rule they wanted to use to attack energy and ranching

The IPCC’s latest climate hysteria: Realist experts show why $60-80 trillion over next 17 years would be wasted on an imaginary environmental crisis being promoted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, writes Paul Driessen

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