January 2018 - December 2018

January 2018

DACA will never be enough: If Republicans believe that the end game for Democrats is simply the return of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, writes Dr. Robert Owens, they will be unpleasantly surprised
The American Renaissance: Chapter Seven: The Good Wife’s Existential Despair: Michael Moriarty's fascination with the The Good Wife is best partially explained by the lead character -- Alicia Florrick -- and her absolute lack of faith
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – a reassessment (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks at the long struggle of Western Canada for a serious voice in Ottawa
The Demos' temporary DACA defeat and retreat: Chuck Schumer may have lost the first round of the DACA debate, but get ready for the rebound, says Mark Alexander
Why would white men want to be Democrats?: To be a white guy in the Democrat Party is to be someone who is loathed by the very people who you ostensibly identify with ideologically, argues Rachel Alexander
Turkey’s expansionist military policies in the Middle East: Everyone is concerned about Iran's ambitions for the Middle East, says Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah, but few seem to be paying attention to what one of the other regional powers -- Turkey -- is doing
Replacing the mainstream media: If conservatives really want to hurt the mainstream media then Rachel Alexander has a simple approach: Stop consuming their products and start supporting alternative media
The American Renaissance: Chapter Six: The Good Wife: Michael Moriarty won't deny that he is absolutely addicted to the cancelled CBS series The Good Wife, now found on Netflix, and has been binging on entire seasons in recent days
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – a reassessment (Part Three): Mark Wegierski examines the tensions between Ottawa and Western Canada, especially Alberta
The Smoking Gun II: The saga of the Clinton email server during Hillary Clinton's time as Secretary of State continues to grind on and Dr. Robert Owens says there is plenty to digest
The New World Order: From Ancient Babylon to the United Nations, the Monster that Never Sleeps: If there has been one constant since the first world empire arose, writes Charlotte Cerminaro, it's that part and parcel of these entities is who is responsible
Whatfinger News: What the Drudge Report was meant to be: The Drudge Report used to be the titan of moving traffic to conservative news web sites but Selwyn Duke reports that a new challenger is eating Matt Drudge's lunch
More U.S. states are knocking down gold & silver barriers: Mike Gleason reports that a number of U.S. states made moves to be more gold friendly in 2017 and the trend line looks good for this year as well
Of s___holes, fake outrage and shadow banning: Greg Strange discusses Donald Trump's ill-received comments on countries like Haiti and links it to an apparent campaign on sites like Twitter to silence conservatives
Pay as you go amnesty: The Immigrant Tax Inquiry Group has a proposal that sees illegal immigrants kick in to America's tax coffers and eases their minds about being arrested. Michael R. Shannon says it doesn't take much looking to see what the plan really is
The Demos' DACA duplicity and deceit: Mark Alexander says Democrats want to open a socialist voter pipeline and flood America with their most promising future constituency
Time to repeal the disastrous 1965 Immigration Act: Democrats sold the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 under false pretense and promise, argues Selwyn Duke, and it's time to get rid of it
The fake ‘Trump is racist’ issue: Paul Driessen argues that Donald Trump’s words on illegal immigration are far less despicable than what Green-Democrat policies do to people
Frigid cold is why we need dependable energy: Cheap, abundant coal is key to national security, warm homes and wintertime survival, writes Tom Harris
The 'Trump Effect' and the 2018 midterm elections: Experts have proclaimed that Donald Trump's colourful performance during his first year has likely doomed Republicans during this year's midterm elections. Mark Alexander isn't so sure about that
The American Renaissance: Chapter Five: The Blacklist’s Deus Ex Machina: Last week Michael Moriarty offered unqualified praise for Scandinavian crime television series The Bridge -- this week he takes a look at the NBC crime/law series The Blacklist which stars James Spader
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – a reassessment (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at the outsized role of Toronto in Canadian history and how the nation's largest city has changed over the decades from a Tory stronghold to what it is today
Avoid the amnesty trap: America can’t be great again if the country is going to slip beneath the waves of a migration tsunami, argues Dr. Robert Owens
Leftist arrogance: Why liberals need to look down on conservatives: Whether on social media or in real life liberals have the tendency to believe themselves morally and intellectually superior to conservatives. Selwyn Duke explains why he believes that to be the case
From "Lone Wolf” to "Known Wolf”: The role of "cultural fuel” and "personal triggers”: Dr. Irwin J. Mansdorf explores recent so-called "lone wolf" terrorist attacks and posits whether societal factors actually make these terrorist "known wolf" attackers
Steve Bannon’s spontaneous combustion: Michael R. Shannon is truly impressed with how quickly former Trump insider and Brietbart staffer Steve Bannon managed to detonate and destroy his career
Killing Trump is Deep State’s “Plan C,” warns advisor Roger Stone: Are there so opposed to Donald Trump and his agenda of "draining the swamp" that they would actually go that final step in using assassination? Selwyn Duke reports that Roger Stone is saying exactly that
Blatant Blue State hypocrisy: From energy and spending, to climate and debate – silencing all dissenting voices is essential to the political and cultural left, says Paul Driessen
Year One of making America great again!: He won't lie, Mark Alexander wasn't sure -- and a little nervous -- about what the first year of a Trump presidency would bring. One year later and he's much happier
The American Renaissance: Chapter Four: Netflix’s The Bridge: Scandinavian crime television series The Bridge isn't as famous as some of the other offings on Netflix and Michael Moriarty hopes the brilliant effort, which just began its last season, gains a wider and well-deserved audience
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – a reassessment (Part One): In his latest series Mark Wegierski will be examining the long-standing tensions between different regions in Canada
The smoking gun: Dr. Robert Owens charges that there is clear evidence that there is collusion between Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, the media and others to continue the Russia-controlling-Trump angle despite no meat on the proverbial bone
Is democracy mob rule?: During a recent interview J.K. Baltzersen described democracy as basically mob rule -- earning a response from a Canadian politician who took issue. Baltzersen explains why Robert Wolvin was wrong in his defence of democracy
A county goes to war: William Geroux's The Mathews Men: Seven Brothers and the War Against Hitler's U-boats tells a very under-appreciated branch of service involved in America's fight during the Second World War, says Steven Martinovich
People mag scrubs pornographic image to hide hypocrisy: People, like many other magazines, presented a teacher who showed a nude image to his young charges in a rather flattering light, but didn't want adults to see the images, reports Selwyn Duke
A breath of freedom for the new year: Richard E. Ralston argues that the end of the mandate that forced young Americans to buy health insurance at a high cost will likely spend the eventual end of ObamaCare
Givat Hamatos: A strategic Jerusalem neighborhood: The Jewish neighbourhood of Givat Hamatos in Jerusalem is essential to a continued Israeli presence in the holy city and must see development, writes Nadav Shragai
The biofuel crony capitalist revolving door: Paul Driessen reports that an ex-Chuck Grassley aide will now help Big Corn and Big Biodiesel retain their mandates and subsidies
The decline and fall of American nationhood: It was once understood across the political spectrum that American nationhood was to be defended. These days? Selwyn Duke says there's no agreement and everything ends up in court
The American Renaissance: Chapter Three: “New Beginnings”: A new year has dawned and Michael Moriarty believes that the campaign that Donald Trump has fought over the past year to try and restore placing America's interests first will continue unabated
In celebration of fifteen years at Enter Stage Right -- Bionote of Mark Wegierski: Mark Wegierski has been writing for ESR for a decade and a half and figured it was time he finally presented a fairly extensive “biogram”
New gun control measure threatens the safety of the elderly: Samuel Bocetta argues that the Fix NICS bill, recently added to the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act by House Republicans in an effort to cho the legal system is actually more interested in going after
Humiliated and embarrassed by world opinion: Donald Trump's decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem shows not much as changed with the international body and its members, writes Greg Strange
A little slice of Alaskan tundra is finally open for drilling: The recently passed tax bill contains a provision to open up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, to bring more oil online and keep the Alaska pipeline operating, reports Paul Driessen
Time to get them off our gravy train: Greg Walcher argues that sue and settle schemes -- recently addressed by EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt -- reward pressure groups, and hurt the rest of America
Global warming: Fake news from the start: Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris charge that Senator Tim Wirth, scientist James Hansen and others manufactured the current climate “crisis”
Support your local turnstile jumper: These are great days to be alive! At least if you are a petty criminal, writes Michael R. Shannon, a profession that rarely carried the threat of serious time but now-a-days doesn't even see so much as a ticket




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