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Forget about it!: Accusations of racism continue to be hurled at US President Donald Trump by his political enemies and the media and yet, writes Dr. Robert Owens, his record in office shows a long string of measures designed to assist the black community

Cdn pol The past, present, and future of Québec – updated to 2020 (Part Four): Mark Wegierski examines the appeal of the Action democratique du Quebec in 2007

Yes, it is happening here: Everyone seems to be pouring money into groups like Antifa and Black Lives Matter these days and they probably aren't aware of what these groups really want to do in addition to the chants, says Robert T. Smith

College football becomes a political football: Over the past few weeks and the coming days college football is allowing players on campus and resuming practices. Michael R. Shannon reports that the usual suspects are wailing

Cdn pol On the 153rd anniversary of Canadian Confederation (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at the origins and development of Canada

Assessor wrongly convicted of human trafficking forced into taking guilty plea: Rachel Alexander follows up on an earlier story she wrote about former Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen and the charges he faced of human trafficking. This time she covers the raw deal he's facing after pleading guilty

Gorsuch the Pharisee and textualist tomfoolery: Justice Neil Gorsuch penned a recent decision on sex discrimination which proves why textualist interpretations of the constitution are out to lunch, argues Selwyn Duke

Kaepernick v. Carney ... dishonor v. honor: What the contrasting lives and actions of two men, writes Mark Alexander, tell us about the revisionist desecration of our legacy of liberty

Another giant of science has passed: Paul Driessen pays tribute to Dennis Avery, coauthor of Unstoppable Global Warming – Every 1,500 Years, who passed away last week

Nepotism in the Palestinian Authority angers the public: The Palestinian Authority has been reeling over a scandal of aid money being stolen by senior Palestinian officials and now its under the gun thanks to charges of nepotism, reports Yoni Ben Menachem

America’s Cultural Revolution: The violence and protests in America's streets remind Dr. Robert Owens a lot of the cultural revolution that took place in China during the 1960s -- and the end result may be the same

The Crown: Part Fifteen: Michael Moriarty examines an episode of Netflix series The Crown which sees the English royal family interact with the plainspoken Lyndon B. Johnson and the unsurprising games that result

Cdn pol The past, present, and future of Québec – updated to 2020 (Part Three): Was the political architecture of Canadian Confederation flawed from the start, asks Mark Wegierski

Culture rape: Our forefathers condemned as immoral — by the worst lowlifes among us: Cultural barbarians are running rampant destroying every marker they can of the past -- in America and around the world -- and they aren't even qualified to judge history and context, argues Selwyn Duke

Ideas and agendas: Increasingly in society, and causing them no end of consternation, the media has been painted as an enemy of the American people and truth itself -- and they completely deserve that reputation, says Robert T. Smith

The cultural consequences when fathers abandoned children: Mark Alexander says rarely is the lack of fatherhood more evident than when observing the social entropy of urban civil unrest – as seen in America the past few weeks

We’ve found the cure for a pandemic!: The global pandemic created many unexpected victims and caused many to suffer depression from the overall crisis. Michael R. Shannon says there is one group well-versed in depression: vegans

The left Jussie Smolletted me: If you think you aren't big or famous enough to be targeted by false accusations of racism in an attempt to destroy you then you might be in for a rude surprise, as Rachel Alexander recently learned

Greens promote child slave labor and ecological destruction: Paul Driessen wonders why don’t African black lives and ecological values matter? Or impacts in and beyond Virginia?

Fed Chairman: “We’re not even thinking about thinking about raising rates”: Forces are in play today, argues Mike Gleason, that are dismantling the last vestiges of the traditional economy, destroying small business and promoting globalism

Could entomophagy end U.S. and African protein shortages?: Would we even want it to do so? A modest proposal, writes Paul Driessen, inspired by Jonathon Swift

Devolution to revolution: An already demoralized U.S. is now being destabilized: If you were looking to destabilize and push a state into revolution and civil war, writes Selwyn Duke, the twin triggers of a global pandemic and riots would be a good place to start

Roof Koreans: How civilians defended Koreatown from racist violence during the 1992 LA riots: The race riots of 2020 aren't too dissimilar from those of 1992 but one difference is nearly three decades ago one group of people were determined not to see their neighbourhoods burn, reports Sam Jacobs

The Blue State Blockade: US President Donald Trump has faced a hostile media and obstructionist Democrat Party since Day One of his administration taking office but Dr. Robert Owens argues the country's biggest roadblocks are two left-leaning states

The Crown: Part Fourteen: In the latest episode of The Crown that Michael Moriarty examines, the Queen deals with the treachery of Anthony Blunt and troubles in her family

Cdn pol The past, present, and future of Québec – updated to 2020 (Part Two): Has that province’s effect on Canada been generally anti-traditionalist, asks Mark Wegierski

Pandemic response critics trumped by facts: There's been more than a few "facts" reported by the mainstream news about COVID-19 and the response to it that are easily refuted by facts, says Dr. Robert Owens

Never a cop around when you need one: Before the COVID-19 pandemic politicians had no problem deploying police officers against protestors -- white pro-Second Amendment protestors mostly -- and describing them as a serious danger but during the Floyd riots? Not a chance, says Michael R. Shannon

Drew Brees’ grandfather: Robert T. Smith wonders what will happen with Drew Brees now that he bent the knee to the radical left and essentially denied everything he used to believe about America

A look at the left’s new utopia without police, Seattle’s autonomous zone CHAZ: Antifa and its various fellow travellers have taken over a lefty part of Seattle and not surprisingly, writes Rachel Alexander, things are going to hell in their "territory"

Talking with a Democrat about 'Systemic Racism': Mark Alexander argues the cognitive versus emotive interpretation of events creates the race-relations disconnect between the Right and Left, making debate nearly impossible most of the time

Did Obama sanction Russia to set up Michael Flynn?: Publicly, argues Aaron Ames, former US President Barack Obama was largely dismissive of Russian interference in the 2016 US Election but behind the scenes it appears he was putting together a campaign against Gen. Michael Flynn

Visiting Torun, birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus, in 2004: Mark Wegierski recalls a happier time in East-Central Europe, sixteen years ago

Bulls beware: A dark cloud is forming over oil markets: Markets have recently roared to life and recovered much of the losses from the past six months but Alex Kimani believes that investors, particularly those in the oil markets, need to pump their brakes

Enemies domestic: The death of George Floyd has revealed many things, writes Robert T. Smith, perhaps most strikingly who the domestic enemies of the United States really are -- and yes, among them is a major political party and its proxies

On George Floyd: There is nothing to protest: Selwyn Duke offers a hot take on policing and race: When it comes to death by police officers, minority communities have nothing on the number of whites killed by civil authorities

The peace that passes understanding: The violence seen in many American cities is forcing people to choose sides but Dr. Robert Owens argues that Christians have an easy choice: There is only one side for them to be on

Antifa is the white radical organizer of the black urban violence: Mark Alexander argues that Antifa's bond is radical ideology — the same model that binds Islamist terrorist networks

Privilege of reparations: The killing of George Floyd has sparked ongoing protests and, not surprisingly, talk of reparations again. Robert T. Smith says anyone promoting reparations has some pretty big questions to answer

The Crown: Part Thirteen: Michael Moriarty returns with his look at the popular Netflix series The Crown, a semi-fictional accounting of the English royal family under Queen Elizabeth II in an episode with news that shook the world

Cdn pol The past, present, and future of Québec – updated to 2020 (Part One): Mark Wegierski offers extensive historical background to the recent provincial elections

The vicious fighting between people over masks: At this point the wearing -- or not wearing -- of masks during the COVID-19 pandemic has become a religious war between two sides, writes Rachel Alexander

The Tiananmen Square massacre: From China's authoritarian roots to the iconic "tank man": Last week marked the 31st anniversary of the massacre committed by Chinese troops against pro-democracy protests in Tiananmen Square and Jose Nino takes a look at the run-up to the protests and China today

Memories of the summer of 2004 in Poland: Mark Wegierski recalls a happier time in East-Central Europe, sixteen years ago

Mahmoud Abbas’ strategy of selective compliance: Like his predecessor Yasser Arafat, Chairman of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas has made a political living out of treating accords and deals as suggestions, rather than the promises of his constituents

The Green New Deal dress rehearsal: Paul Driessen says the Covid-19 lockdown serves as a blueprint for a permanent economic shutdown to ‘save the Earth’

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