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Iran's Supreme Leader challenges U.S. policy in the Middle East: A nuclear deal with Iran hasn't apparently softened the Persian country's attitudes towards the west or the United States in particular, writes Michael Segall

Cdn pol George Grant's vision of Canada increasingly attenuated (Part One): On the 50th anniversary of George Grant's Lament for a Nation, Mark Wegierski traces the last 50 years of Canadian history

The Divinely Human Prison:  Chapter Thirty-Seven: Dr. Ben Carson: Last week Michael Moriarty endorsed long-shot candidate Carly Fiorina for the GOP nomination...this week he decides to change his mind and his throw his support behind Dr. Ben Carson. It's early...he's allowed

Straight talk from Bernie Sanders: With tongue planted firmly in cheek, Rachel Alexander pens a speech that she can imagine that socialist Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders would deliver

Quicker growth not improving jobs outlook: The American economy may have added jobs in July but Dr. Peter Morici argues that all is still far from well when comes to job growth and wages for American workers

The abomination of Obamanation: If you're a Christian, writes Dr. Robert Owens, it's hard not to look at today's America and think a wrath isn't being invoked against the nation and its ways

Why is Barack Obama mute about "hate speech" spewed by Louis Farrakhan?: Recently Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan said some pretty heinous things that didn't exactly advance race relations. John W. Lillpop wants to know why Barack Obama didn't condemn those comments

Turkey attacks the Kurds and the Islamic State: The Obama administration may have hailed the entry of Turkey in the war against ISIS but Dr. Jacques Neriah says Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan is more committed to another war

The Saudi oil price war is backfiring: The Saudis started the ongoing oil price war in an effort to destroy some competition and build market share. Gaurav Agnihotri argues that it's not going very well for them

EPA's gross negligence at Gold King: Fear-mongering, pollution standards and negligence rules apparently don't apply when EPA is at fault, writes Paul Driessen

What establishment GOP candidates must accomplish: Dr. Peter Morici argues that establishment GOP candidates need to start connecting with the concerns of ordinary Americans...unless they want Hillary Clinton in the White House

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Thirty-Six: The Soul of America And Carly Fiorina: Michael Moriarty has expressed his admiration for the insurgent candidacy of Donald Trump in the past, a mistake he admits now as he comes out in support of businesswoman Carly Fiorina

Remembrance of things past: Mark Wegierski revives memories of a mostly happier time in East-Central Europe, more than a decade ago

Meet Mom & Dad the libido extinguishers: The U.S. birthrate declined for the sixth straight year in 2014 and everyone is puzzled as to why. Not Michael R. Shannon -- he thinks he knows the reason

The hope that does not disappoint: It's hard to be hopeful in America today but Dr. Robert Owens believes that given the opportunity Americans will choose the side of right

The strange 'Black Lives Matter' movement: The "Black Lives Matter" has made some headlines lately -- mostly for interrupting the speeches of far left politicians -- and Rachel Alexander says nothing about the movement makes much sense

Condemnation and condolence by the UN Secretary General — genuine or politically biased?: Ban Ki-moon recently, and correctly, condemned an attack on a Palestinian family by a Jewish extremist, but Amb. Alan Baker wonders why the UN Secretary General is selective with his condemnations

Global oil supply more fragile than you think: The world is awash in cheap crude right now but Nick Cunningham believes that does not bode well for future needs

Surrender like a Boy Scout: Selwyn Duke is not surprisingly displeased with the recent Boy Scouts of America decision to given in to pressure and allow gay scout leaders

EPA's punitive, fraudulent Clean Power Plan: Paul Driessen argues that Congress, states and our next president must end EPA harm to human health and welfare

The Trump Card — Ace of anger affirmation: Mark Alexander is no fan of Donald Trump or his campaign but he argues that the billionaire represents something that the GOP leadership needs to hear and understand

The Divinely Human Prison: Chapter Thirty-Five: "What is this world coming to?! A President Donald Trump?!?!": What's made Michael Moriarty a bit of a Donald Trump fan? Despite all of his flaws, he writes, the billionaire candidate is far better than a continuation of the Obama agenda

360 years since the Swedish siege of Czestochowa, and 11 years since a 60th wedding anniversary celebrated there (Part Five): Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, eleven years ago

No one serves jail time for smoking pot: Pot activists love to bemoan the fact that people are being sent to jail for smoking pot. Former prosecutor Rachel Alexander says that fact is actually a big load of fiction

China's rigged markets will ultimately destabilize global capitalism: The recent turbulence in China's stock markets have so far had a limited effect on Western markets but Dr. Peter Morici says going forward that will change

Obama's unilateral surrender foreign policy: A hack revealed a massive amount of classified information on millions of Americans and the Obama administration refuses to do anything about it, says Michael R. Shannon

Criminalizing right to conscience: Part 2, Social engineering: Debra Rae completes a two-part series on the war against people who choose to follow their own consciences in public policy matters

EPA deletes "navigable" from statute – states sue: Ron Arnold reports that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has been flooded with lawsuits over a controversial water rule

Saudis expand price war downstream: Thanks to Saudi Arabia there are low oil prices and a supply glut and Gaurav Agnihotri argues the oil rich nation is intent on hammering all of its competitors

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