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Please note, this is our annual two-week end of summer issue.
We'll be back on September 3!


From uncivil discourse to civil war?: Historic socialist assaults on liberty in the United States were not as organized and targeted, nor did they have the tacit approval of a major political party, says Mark Alexander

Cdn pol An introduction to the thought of George Parkin Grant, on the centenary of his birth (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at Gad Horowitz, an old-fashioned Canadian socialist, whose ideas somewhat overlapped with those of conservative philosopher George Grant

Today’s rarest of classic tragedies: Netflix is definitely a hit or miss proposition these days when it comes to the quality of its offerings but Michael Moriarty says you can't afford to miss four-part miniseries Collateral

Choose this day who you will serve: As Bob Dylan once sang in 1979's Gotta Serve Somebody, you can either choose God or the Devil, but you will serve someone. Dr. Robert Owens says the choice should be pretty clear

Reflections on the meaning of life and other mysteries, part IV: How do we define greatness? The pinnacles of Western Civilization: Great art often times needs the reader to marinate in the experience of life before they can hope to understand it -- something that Charlotte Cerminaro understands all too well

A heretic offers surrender terms to Christians: Did hear that Christians are eager to make peace with the LGBTQ community? Neither had Michael R Shannon, hence his amusement at a recent proposal by one advocate essentially seeking to gut Christianity's beliefs

Saudi Arabia and Iran reignite the oil price war: Saudi Arabia and Iran are fighting a war in the market place using oil and Tsvetana Paraskova reports that both countries have been slashing their prices to try and obtain new customers and hammer the other one

Obama carbon colonialism and climate corruption continue, Part 1: Paul Driessen and David Wojick argue that the US Agency for International Development still pushes climate alarmism over energy, jobs, health and prosperity for poor countries

Taming the EPA Regulatory Hydra: An essential first step, Part 1: In America’s most powerful, intrusive and costly agency, the Environmental Protection Agency, power resides in one administrator, writes William L. Kovacs

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