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America’s Odyssey: You Can’t Go Home Again is the much requested and long anticipated sequel to America’s Trojan War -- General Stamper and the Phantom Force face twin challenges as a war in Europe and the actions of an out of control central government threaten to destroy the last best hope for humanity
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Donald Trump

President Trump’s squandered golden opportunity: Dr. Lester Jackson initially thought Donald Trump's recent State of the Union address went exceedingly well but since he's been disappointed by the president on one major issue

The God of Music And His Goddess, Angela Hewitt: The Goldberg Variations: There may have been no finer composer than J.S. Bach and this past weekend Michael Moriarty had the pleasure of hearing the master played by no less another master than Angela Hewitt

On the 170th anniversary of Marx and Engel’s Communist Manifesto – can Marx be re-interpreted as a critic of late modernity? (Part Three): Mark Wegierski argues that the Old Left was mostly socially conservative

Quit disarming teachers: Dr. Robert Owens believes that teachers in schools need to be armed in order to be able to defend their students against the next Parkland shooter

Dr. Warren Farrell explains The Boy Crisis: Are American boys in a state of crisis? Rachel Alexander reviews The Boy Crisis: Why Our Boys Are Struggling and What We Can Do About It which purports to answer the question

Our sum total weighed in the balances: A people actually defined by their actions? While many would argue otherwise, Charlotte Cerminaro believes that the eternal scale does in fact reflect who we really are

Parkland school shooting is your government at rest: Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel has told everyone who would listen that there was nothing his department could do to stop the Parkland school shooter. Unfortunately for him, argues Michael R. Shannon, the facts show otherwise

Those fraudulent climate litigation shakedowns: Which aspects are most fraudulent, asks Paul Driessen: The cities’ lawsuits, junk science or bond offerings?

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