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Iran and Turkey divert Iraq’s river waters, leaving it on the brink of catastrophe: To add to all of the other problems that Iraq is already beset with, reports Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah, it is now facing a water shortage thanks to two of its neighbours

Returning to The Holocaust: News that a German film company is working on a documentary about the mini-series Holocaust, which he co-starred in, has Michael Moriarty thinking about the sad historical event that inspired it

Cdn pol An introduction to the thought of George Parkin Grant, on the centenary of his birth (Part Four): Mark Wegierski looks at how Grant criticizes both capitalism and socialism from a traditionalist perspective

How can a moral wrong be a civil right?: Words mean things and labels really do matter -- particularly in grand debates over moral issues like abortion that have been turned into civil rights, argues Dr. Robert Owens

A quick glance at fashion, cosmetics, and cosmetology in Poland: In this whimsical piece, Mark Wegierski revives memories of a happier time in East-Central Europe, fifteen years ago

As the world and climate change yet again: John Shanahan has two questions he hopes to answer in his essay: Who is helping to create a better world? Who is determined to hold everyone back?

Who protects the worker?: If you ask most people they will tell you that unions are a worker's best protection. Luke Tan says that while unions do have a role for workers it is another mechanism which provides for them better

Democrats, still the party of voter suppression: The Democrats can talk all they like about being the party of the common man, says Michael R Shannon, but their actions speak far louder than any of their honeyed words

The coming decarbonization tsunami: Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris says that the San Francisco Climate Action Summit this week intends to set the stage for controlling our lives

Interview: Dr. Lucas Engelhardt: Economy beholden to Fed interest rate policy; here's one way gold could reach $14,000+...: Mike Gleason interviews Kent State University professor of economics Dr. Lucas Engelhardt and discusses the American economy, interest rates and the value of gold

Obama carbon colonialism and climate corruption continue, Part 3: Paul Driessen and David Wojick examine how USAID policies perpetuate subsistence farming, malnutrition and disease in poor countries – and what Congress and the White House must do to end all these travesties in the final part of their series

Endangerment Finding delenda est: Paul Driessen argues that replacing the Clean Power Plan with the less harmful Affordable Clean Energy rule does not fix fraudulent CO2 science

Ahab Mueller continues to chase President Trump: Robert Mueller continues his search for the White Whale and Michael R. Shannon says that Captain Ahab is missing a very obvious target in his ongoing investigation

Preordained by God: President Donald Trump: The world is in a bit of a state, writes Michael Moriarty, and Donald Trump was elected president of the United States of America for one simple reason

Cdn pol An introduction to the thought of George Parkin Grant, on the centenary of his birth (Part Three): Mark Wegierski looks at the convergences between Grant and Gad Horowitz

The heart of the problem is in the heart: America is in real trouble, argues Dr. Robert Owens, with the siren song of socialism being sang more and more. He urges you to remember that when you enter the polling booth this November

Will Ducey appoint a moderate or a conservative to replace McCain?: Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has a number of options in who to replace the late Sen. John McCain with and many of them are fraught with peril for conservatives, says Rachel Alexander

Stupid media and the claim that woman are better drivers than men: Here's a chance for ESR to anger at least 50% of readers: Selwyn Duke takes issue with a media report and study which shows that women are better drivers than men

Some notes on Polish higher education today, based partially on a trip in 2002: Mark Wegierski looks at post-secondary education in Poland, based partially on some personal experiences sixteen years ago

A Saudi-Iran oil war could break up OPEC: Saudi Arabia and Iran continue to jockey through economic and actual proxy wars and Irina Slav believes that if their rivalry turns into a full-scale price war for oil it could kill OPEC itself

Money, fake money, and sound money: Jp Cortez explores what money and fake money are -- hint, the later you are well acquainted with -- and why sound money makes the most sense

The misguided Affordable Clean Energy rule: Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris ask why the US EPA is still determined to control plant food and drive up electricity prices?

America First Energy Conference – “an amazing day”: Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris report that last month’s event in New Orleans revealed much of what has been hidden from the energy debate

Palestinian leaders threaten Jerusalem’s Arabs on eve of city’s municipal elections: Nadav Shragai reports that Palestinian terrorist groups are threatening the Arab residents of Jerusalem that they either boycott upcoming municipal elections or be declared as traitors

Taming the EPA regulatory hydra: Further solutions (Part 2): A 5-person commission and other modest changes would bring accountability to the agency, says William L. Kovacs

36% of Black Americans support whom?: Democrats and their Leftmedia talkingheads don't think black lives matter — beyond the voting booth, argues Mark Alexander

Obama carbon colonialism and climate corruption continue, Part 2: Paul Driessen and David Wojick argue that USAID anti-energy climate policies ignore human and ecological impacts on poor nations

SLAPP litigation shutting down activists, media: SLAPP lawsuits are being increasingly used to attack activists and members of the media -- something Rachel Alexander knows very well -- and the First Amendment is at risk

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