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America’s “Days of Rage”: The extensive left-wing bombings & domestic terrorism of the 1970s: Many Americans are shocked by the violence taking place over recent months but Sam Jacobs notes that 2020 is merely a repeat of the leftist violence that took place during the 1970s

Why are Latin American citizens counted in our census?: Michael R. Shannon hasn't thought highly about Donald Trump and his follow through on the matter of illegal immigration but he also admits that the president is the only hope on the matter

The Crown: Part Eighteen: Michael Moriarty examines an episode of The Crown in which Queen Elizabeth II deals with a catastrophe in Wales in 1966 which killed hundreds and reveals the powerful woman's shortcomings

Cdn pol The past, present, and future of Québec – updated to 2020 (Part Nine): Mark Wegierski looks at different scenarios for the future of Quebec

Defending American history: The paramilitary arms of progressive leftism -- BLM and Antifa -- have gone on a rampage attempting to destroy American history and Dr. Robert Owens says its time to start defending the nation's legacy

When good people drink the BLM Kool-Aid: Mark Alexander offers suggestions what to do if a friend has been emotionally hijacked by the BLM rhetoric and propaganda...

Sixteen years since a 60th wedding anniversary celebrated at Czestochowa, Poland (Part Three): Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, sixteen years ago

Conservative former Rep. Steve Stockman gets COVID-19 in prison while convicted murderer gets to leave: Former Texas congressman Steve Stockman, whom Rachel Alexander argues was railroaded straight into prison, has contracted COVID-19 while serving his time and it appears that the rules that apply to other prisoners don't extend to him

Iran: Jordan assisted U.S. in harassing Iranian passenger plan: It would appear that Jordan, one of the more stable and rational countries of the Middle East, is now on Iran's naughty list after having been accused once again by the Persian nation of assisting the US in an operation, reports Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall

Cancel culture alert: Target these racist organizations: While Americans, at least those on the political left, are in the midst of a frenzy attempting to “cancel” everything that they view is being racist, Mark Alexander has a few suggestions of his own to take aim at

The Crown: Part Seventeen: In the latest episode of Netflix series The Crown, Michael Moriarty examines one which sees an increasingly popular Princess Margaret agitating for more official duties and a Queen wary of her ambitious sibling

Cdn pol The past, present, and future of Québec – updated to 2020 (Part Eight): Mark Wegierski looks at the 1995 Quebec sovereignty referendum, and its immediate aftermath

Renewing, recovering, restoring, rebuilding: In recent month America has taken some significant political, economic and cultural blows but Dr. Robert Owens argues that US President Donald Trump is the man to restore the promise of the country

The only good Redskin is a dead Redskin: Hated NFL owner Daniel Snyder was an iron peg hammered into the frozen ground over the name of "Redskins" -- right up until it threatened to actually cost him money, argues Michael R. Shannon

Sixteen years since a 60th wedding anniversary celebrated at Czestochowa, Poland (Part Two): Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, sixteen years ago

African American museum teaches a lesson in "whiteness": The Smithsonian Institution connected National Museum of African American History and Culture recently published a list, now gone from the web, of a list of attributes which it denoted were "white" in nature and Greg Strange found it astoundingly racist

Shock poll! No, it just surveys more Democrats and people unlikely to vote: As with 2016 polls are showing that a Democrat nominee is ahead of Donald Trump. Rachel Alexander argues that the large majority of those polls are little more than massaged and biased in nature

What if the Palestinian Authority disbands?: Palestinian officials recently threatened to essentially disband the Palestinian Authority if Israel declared parts of the West Bank under their sovereignty. Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser examines some of the resulting things that could occur

War on the suburbs: How HUD's housing policies became a weapon for social change: The suburbs have long been a target of humour for many as the home of boredom and conformity but Sam Jacobs says there is a war over them that you may not be aware of and social justice warriors are leading the way

Cdn pol The past, present, and future of Québec – updated to 2020 (Part Seven): Mark Wegierski looks especially at the 1990s, and the 1995 Quebec sovereignty referendum

Our future belongs to patriots not globalists: Back in late 2019 US President Donald Trump signalled to the world -- and many Americans -- that the future of the United States will be charted by patriots, not those that look at the rest of the world as an example

Ta-Nehisi Coates: Ingratitude on steroids: Author and journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates has made a living attacking the United States over what he perceives are its failings and Greg Strange is certainly not amused

After growing in office, he was too big for his britches: Michael R. Shannon says a Virginia politician -- Republican in denomination -- learned that if you only talk conservative values instead of actually being conservative you tend to learn a lesson the hard way

Sixteen years since a 60th wedding anniversary celebrated at Czestochowa, Poland (Part One): Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, sixteen years ago

Corrupt DOJ finally caught for going after little guys during subprime mortgage crisis: In the aftermath of the 2008 subprime mortgage crisis the US Department of Justice went after anyone they could to mount heads as trophies -- including innocents as well -- and Rachel Alexander tells the story of one of them: Tony Viola

Dilbert, Dr. Fauci & November: The topics -- somewhat related -- of Dilbert creator Scott Adams, Dr. Anthony Fauci and the November election informs some of Michael R. Shannon's thoughts this week

Hold China accountable – or give it even more control?: Paul Driessen and Ned Mamula argue that the Democrats’ Green New Deal would make US reliance on China much worse

Pelosi and Schumer: Say. These. Names. I dare you...: Democrat race-hustling politicians use their race-bait playbook to exploit "racial injustice" to foment fear and dependency, argues Mark Alexander

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