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Is the left agitating for war with Russia so it can cement domestic tyranny?: Selwyn Duke wonders if the Biden administration, by revealing the assistance they've given Ukraine, is actually trying to provoke a war with Russia and with ulterior domestic motives in mind

Comparing the Canadian and the American Right – updated to 2022 (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at mass education and mass media in the United States and Canada

Social media is destroying mental health, and it’s far worse than we think: Whatevder benefits and conveniences that social media may bring to the world, writes Rachel Alexander, it's also bringing increased one-sided censorship and mental issues for many

The Times v. the Tucker Factor: Mark Alexander argues that when you're taking heavy flak from The New York Times, like Fox News pundit Tucker Carlson is these days, you know you're over the right target

The cynical manipulation and misleading of Congress by Rep. Ilhan Omar: Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has been outspoken in a campaign to have the United States join the International Criminal  Court as a full member but Amb. Alan Baker says she has a not-so hidden reason for that move

Real threats to biodiversity and humanity: Healthy ecosystems and life on Earth are the strongest arguments for ending wind, solar, biofuel and organic programs, says Paul Driessen

Biden's perilous Putin policy: There is a very real risk that a cornered Vladimir Putin would, argues Mark Alexander, utilize tactical nukes in Ukraine

Cdn pol Comparing the Canadian and the American Right – updated to 2022 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski looks at multiculturalism and varied types of “affirmative-action”-type policies in Canada

Machination: A COVID hysteria horror story: Not surprisingly a large number of films involving the COVID-19 pandemic have or about to be released and Machination is one of them. Thomas M. Sipos says despite feminist and progressive leanings, the film is an effective effort

I’m buried in student loan debt — but requiring taxpayers to bail me out is a horrible solution: Rachel Alexander is no stranger to student loan debt, after years of working she still has plenty to pay off, but she doesn't believe that loan forgiveness is the way out of it for her and Americans in general

A sceptic's guide to the universe, part IV: 'Recalled to life'--literary tool or universal human hope?: Charlotte B. Cerminaro says a note with a simple message from A Tale of Two Cities says much about life and hope in an age of chaos -- both in the novel and in real life

Correct or cancel Mom’s grocery bag misinformation: Paul Driessen says misleading claims on organic food grocery bags are deceiving shoppers on bees and pesticides

Former Iranian official admits “Iran was trying to build nuclear weapons”: A recent interview with a former senior Iranian contained the claim that Iran wasn't pursuing nuclear weapons before it was retracted by both he and the Iranian government. Lt.-Col. (ret.) Michael Segall says both the claim and retraction spoke volumes

Who will be the theatre’s courageous voice?: American theatre was once the province of brave playwrights who tackled some of the biggest issues -- be they political or philosophical -- of the day. D. Paul Thomas would like to see more of those voices today

Comparing the Canadian and the American Right – updated to 2022 (Part One): Mark Wegierski looks at some of the differences in society, politics, and culture between American and Canadian conservatives

Laser game-changers in Middle Eastern warfare: Amb. Dore Gold argues that the biggest revolution in warfare in the Middle East -- and likely the world -- was the increasing use of laser technology

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