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What does the return of the “two-state solution” mean?: The Biden administration is pushing the "two-state" solution again as a means to bringing peace to the Israelis and Palestinians and like most things it depends on how you define it, writes Amb. Alan Baker
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Seven): Mark Wegierski looks at an important question – in what sense is Canada a nation?
Minneapolis: Nice no more: Greg Strange says the verdict in the Chauvin trial was inevitable...and so was the response from the usual suspects in the progressive politics and racial industries
Floyd verdict: 'Systemic racism' not guilty: Convicting a white police officer for the death of a black suspect, argues Mark Alexander, does not affirm the Left's fallacious assertion of "systemic racism"
China’s strange endorsement of ‘net zero’: Duggan Flanakin reports that the Chinese path to supposed decarbonization apparently starts with a lot more coal
Tradition and progress: America was founded upon the bedrock of natural laws and Judeo-Christian principles, writes Robert T. Smith, but is floundering now as man-made laws and principles run haphazardly through society knocking down pillars
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Six): Mark Wegierski looks at the Atlantic region, which has an ambiguous relationship with Ottawa
Let us be the generation: In recent years the United States has taken a radical turn and admittedly things aren't looking good. Dr. Robert Owens argues that conservatives today need to be the people to pick up the torch and continue fighting
The impenetrable G. Gordon Liddy: G.Gordon Liddy passed away recently and Franklin Raff says that his storied career encompassed much more than Watergate
Patriots' Day: A gun rights case study: Mark Alexander looks back at the last time the government attempted to confiscate weapons from grassroots Americans Patriots...
What skyrocketing home prices say about inflation: The powers that be continue to assure Americans that inflation is not an issue but Stefan Gleason argues that if you've been home shopping lately you know that price have spiked sharply over the past year
Police officer mistaking her gun for her taser was not racism: Brooklyn Center Police Officer Kim Potter accidentally killed a man with her firearm and it was her misfortune that the victim wasn't white, writes Rachel Alexander
Biggest inflation threat in 40 years looms over markets: Americans haven't seen a massive surge in inflation since the 1980s but Clint Siegner argues that the conditions have been created for just that as soon as COVID restrictions are lifted
Africans reject demands to end fossil fuel use: Duggan Flanakin argues that Africans need strategies that support economic development, jobs, access to energy
Demos don't give a damn about immigrants, except...: Mark Alexander argues that President Joe Biden's "open border" invite has incentivized human traffickers who prey on migrants and their children
Regionalism and nationalism in Canada – yet another reassessment (Part Five): Mark Wegierski examines Stephen Harper’s policies towards the regions, as well as the emerging new Western separatism
Actually, everything the Democrats do is racist: The political left is fond these days of describing anything their opponents do as "racist" in an attempt to shut them up but Rachel Alexander says that weapon is very easily turned against them if one were to be that sort of person
Rising debt means a weaker dollar: The coronavirus pandemic has merely accelerated what was already happening: America's debt continues to mount. Stefan Gleason argues that Americans are beginning to notice...and be worried
Iran marks national Nuclear Day, signaling defiance of the United States: This past weekend marked the annual Iranian celebration entitled National Day of Nuclear Technology, and not surprisingly it was basically a nose-thumbing exercise aimed squarely at the United States, reports Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall
India ignores media preaching on ‘net zero carbon’: Duggan Flanakin argues that first-world ‘experts’ have no business chiding nations, such as India, that prefer prosperity over poverty
Saving pollinators from an imaginary bee-pocalypse: Honeybees are doing OK, days Paul Driessen, despite varroa mites, the COVID-driven economy and other problems
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