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How to defeat radical Islam: Experts and lay people alike are searching for ways to engage and destroy radical Islam. Bruce Walker says a strategy from the past is probably the answer

Cdn pol Looking at the structural problems of Canadian conservatism at the dawn of 2015 (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at the media and the academy

The Divinely Human Prison, Chapter Six: The Communist Jihad And Why President Obama Hasn’t Been Impeached: Why is the United States saddled with men like Barack Obama? Michael Moriarty argues it is because of a spineless opposition

Do you have hope?: There is plenty to be pessimistic about -- both at home and around the world -- but Dr. Robert Owens argues that now more than ever you have to have hope

NASA keeps telling "warmest" lies: A new claim by NASA of record heat in 2014 is an outright lie, argues Alan Caruba, and shows the extent of its desperation on the topic of climate change

Meet Ima Do-gooder and Mia Mystic: Affable spokespersons for deception: Ima Do-gooder and Mia Mystic might read as overblown caricatures but Debra Rae argues they exist and they have a real effect on the world

My "Ugly American" moment dwarfed by Obama's: Harold Witkov was last in France about ten years ago and did not distinguish himself -- but he did a lot better then Barack Obama

Obama apologizes to the French for choosing football over anti-terrorism march: Barack Obama apologize? Rachel Alexander imagines what the American president might have said if he had actually apologized to France for skipping the solidarity march

Obama's bogus community college giveaway: Barack Obama wants to send more people to community college but Dr. Peter Morici believes both students and the country wouldn't be well-served

The United Nations and helpers aim to destroy Christianity: A ware against Christianity? Despite what the media says Jane Gaffin says it does exist

North African fighters in the Syrian and Iraqi conflict: The reality and implications: Thousand of Africans are currently fighting in Syria and Iraq -- generally on the side of ISIS -- and Dr. Jacques Neriah explains why and what it means

GOP majorities -- now what?: Republicans have now formally taken over Congress but Mark Alexander argues there is a great danger to the GOP: The GOP itself

Je ne suis pas Charlie — I'm sane: In the aftermath of the terrorist attack on the office of Charlie Hedbo many declared themselves one with the murdered cartoonists -- Selwyn Duke was not one of them

The EPA's methane madness: The EPA's focus on methane is misguided and nearly exclusively the result of poor science combined with dogma, writes Alan Caruba

The dangers of big government medicine: The point of big government medicine isn't to treat people and promote, argues Richard E. Ralston

Merchants of smear: Paul Driessen says that Barack Obama, Al Gore other climate alarmists refuse to debate, but love to vilify – and love their money

Muslims and the left's death by tolerance: In true European fashion the political left called for tolerance after the attack at the office of Charlie Hebdo and Selwyn Duke has some thoughts on that

Cdn pol Looking at the structural problems of Canadian conservatism at the dawn of 2015 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski continues to note the lack of an infrastructure or "eco-system" for conservatives

The Divinely Human Prison, Chapter Five: Barack Hussein Obama – Rather Like Helen Keller – Is Blind, Deaf and Dumb To The Meaning Of America: Barack Obama reminds Michael Moriarty much of the legendary American that Hellen Keller -- except without the insight into the damage he continues to do to the American nation

Hollywood and Communism: The hack, allegedly by North Korea, of Sony's servers should have reminded people of Hollywood's long ignorance of the evils of communism, writes Bruce Walker

What happens when progressives tax (and spend): It might offend a few people out there but Dr. Robert Owens says that the moment a country figures out it can bribe its citizens, that country has embarked down the road to ruin

Our political class: 114th Congress: A new year and a new Congress -- complete with Republican control -- and Alan Caruba is more than pleased that he doesn't have their job

Boehner re-elected Speaker . . . and you got played: Surprised that John Boehner was so easily re-elected as Speaker of the House? Rachel Alexander says the vote was never really in doubt

Can Tunisia navigate the cross-currents of the Muslim world?: The "Arab Spring" got its start in Tunisia just a few short years ago and Freddy Eytan wonders if a new government will continue the move towards a free and modern nation

Anti-growth policies slow jobs creation: Dr. Peter Morici argues that a confluence of factors will conspire to keep American job growth far lower then it could be

The oil price is not the price of oil: Sel Graham argues that what you and the experts think are oil prices probably aren't the actual prices for the commodity

Energy crisis as early as 2016: Enjoying those low gas prices? Dan Steffens believes that at this time next year we'll be paying a lot more for it as market equilibrium is restored

Obama's ratings rising: With an American economy that is slowly growing, lower oil prices and continued low inflation Barack Obama's approval ratings are beginning to rise. That's bad news for America, says Mark Alexander

Vetoing bipartisan energy, job and economic growth: President Obama makes it clear that the only "common ground" he respects is his liberal turf, writes Paul Driessen

White House climate lunacy: A good reason why so much environmental extremism is coming from the White House likely has to do with one of Barack Obama's primary advisors, writes Alan Caruba

Big Business explains continuing gasps of discredited green movement: How does the environmental movement survive based on their poor track record? Rachel Alexander argues that their life's blood is courtesy of America's very rich

Cdn pol Looking at the structural problems of Canadian conservatism at the dawn of 2015 (Part One): A conservative infrastructure is still lacking, says Mark Wegierski

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Four: The Third Millennium Biblical Prophets: Walid and Theodore Shoebat: Michael Moriarty believes that Walid and Theodore Shoebat may be modern masters of the art of biblical prophecy based on what he's seen so far

Saving lives in the Middle East: Faith-based groups are racing against time, winter cold and Islamist butchers to reduce the slaughter in Syria and Iraq, reports Paul Driessen

The bad Christian and the good Secularist: Critics of Christianity make great hay out of the imperfection of its adherents. Selwyn Duke responds that most of those critics obviously don't "get" Christianity

Did the Saudis and the US collude in dropping oil prices?: Falling demand? Over production? An attempt to damage US oil production? That's what the media has generally said is behind falling oil prices -- Andrew Topf has another theory

Stocks remain the ordinary investor's best bet: Where does Dr. Peter Morici have his money? Despite stock prices that keep rising ever higher, he argues that the stock market remains a viable option

HarperCollins and the ultimate map of Israel insult: Recent news about an atlas that HarperCollins sells in the Middle East reminded Harold Witkov of a slight he suffered some years ago

The failed Palestinian effort at the UN: Dore Gold explains why a recent resolution put forward by Jordan -- and subsequently defeated at a UN Security Council vote -- was objectionable to Israel

Making predictions: It's a new year and that occasion demands some predictions about the months ahead. Alan Caruba takes on that worthy challenge with an extensive list

Bush, Romney, Cruz, Paul, Perry or ?: GOP hopefuls are beginning to manoeuvre their way into declaring their candidacy for the party and Rachel Alexander takes an early look to see who the favorite could be

Happy New Year message sent by Islamic jihadists: An analysis: While you were ringing in the new year last week, reports Jim Kouri, Islamist terrorists went on a bit of a rampage to send the message to the world that they remain eager to carry on the fight

Google goes off the climate change deep end: Chairman Eric Schmidt should heed his own advice – and base energy policies on facts, say Paul Driessen and Chris Skates

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