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Yazidi take refuge in Turkey

Genocide! The silence is deafening: Iraqi Christians, Yazidi and Muslims are being slaughtered and much of the world -- whether in the West or the East -- merely stand around and watch, writes Alan Caruba

Michael Lear: Part Eight: Robi Botos: A light-hearted turn from Michael Moriarty this week as he pays tribute to a Hungarian-Canadian who speaks the same language as Michael does

A dark turn in the pop-culture? (Part Twenty-Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the "dark future" board game, Shattered States

Real-time self-government in the cryptocurrency frontier: From "Klutzerella" To Miss America: Daniel M. Ryan continues his look at the world of cryptocurrency with a look at Nxt and its recent rise

Real time self-government in the cryptocurrency frontier: The Bter job: In a bonus essay Daniel M. Ryan reports on a robbery of one cryptocurrency bank and how the members of that community reacted

The deliberate underclass: Jason L Riley's Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed attacks programs that are designed to help Black America and Steve Martinovich reviews his efforts

Vacationing Obama style -- hypocrisy's finest hour: Another week, more worries abroad and at home. Don't worry, says Mark Alexander, Barack Obama is on his game

The realities of a community organizer's foreign policy: Barack Obama's disconnected from reality foreign policy comes into stark focus in the continuing crisis in Iraq, argues Frank Salvato

Re-thinking military involvement: America's gaze once again returns to Iraq and Dale Schlundt uses history to explore what could come about from renewed military involvement

The Gaza water crisis: The issue of water in the ongoing confrontation between Israel and Hamas will soon bubble to the surface and Pinhas Inbari argues that the Jewish state must be careful how it handles it

Greens are the enemies of energy: New EPA standards are expected at the end of this year and Alan Caruba believes they will be informed by the hate of life-sustaining energy

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